=Places named Heywood=

Heywood may refer to the following places:

* Heywood, Greater Manchester, England
** Heywood and Middleton (UK Parliament constituency)
** Heywood C.C.
* Heywood, Norfolk, in South Norfolk, England
* Heywood, Wiltshire, England
* Heywood, Victoria, a town and railway junction in Australia

Persons named Heywood

Heywood is a surname, and may refer to:
* Abel Heywood
* Arthur Percival Heywood 3rd Baronet
* Benjamin Heywood 1st Baronet
** See Heywood Baronets
* Charles Heywood
* Ezra Heywood
* James Heywood, director of ALS Therapy Development Foundation
* Jasper Heywood, translator of Seneca's tragedies
* Joanne Heywood
* John Heywood
* Joseph Lee Heywood
* Oliver Heywood (clergyman) (d. 1702), clergyman and ejected minister
* Oliver Heywood (1825-1892), banker and philanthropist
* Pat Heywood
* Peter Heywood
* Stephen Heywood, advocate for people with Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis]
* T. E. Heywood, Chief Mechanical Engineer of the Great North of Scotland Railway from 1914-1922
* Thomas Heywood, actor and Jacobean playwright
* Sir Thomas Heywood, 2nd Baronet (Thomas Percival Heywood)
* Vernon Hilton Heywood, botanist

ee also

*Haywood (disambiguation page)

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  • Heywood C.C. — Heywood Cricket Club, based in Heywood, in the Metropolitan Borough of Rochdale, Greater Manchester, are an English cricket team currently playing in the Central Lancashire League.Situated off Aspinall Street and bordering Queens Park Heywood… …   Wikipedia

  • Heywood —   [ heɪwʊd],    1) John, englischer Dramatiker, * London (?) um 1497, ✝ Mecheln um 1580; Hofmusiker Heinrichs VIII., Günstling Marias I., der Katholischen; musste als Katholik unter Elisabeth I. ins niederländische Exil gehen. Seine Interludien,… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Heywood [1] — Heywood (spr. Hehwud), 1) John, geb. in London; stand bei Heinrich VIII. in großer Gunst; flüchtete jedoch als eifriger Katholik unter Elisabeth nach den Niederlanden u. st. 1565; er schr. Dramen (die Spinne u. die Mücke, Lond. 1556, u.a.m.);… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Heywood [2] — Heywood (spr. Hehwud), Fabrikort in der englischen Grafschaft Lancaster, Baumwollenmanufacturen, Zweigbahn von hier zur Verbindung mit der Manchester Leeds Eisenbahn; 12,000 Ew …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Heywood [1] — Heywood (spr. hĕwŭd), Stadt (municipal borough) in Lancashire (England), 3 km von Rochdale, hat Baumwoll und Wollspinnerei, Maschinenbau, Eisengießerei und (1901) 25,458 Einw …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Heywood [2] — Heywood (spr. hĕwŭd), 1) John, engl. Dramatiker, geb. um 1497 in London oder in North Mimms (Herefordshire), gest. zwischen 1577 und 1587, war zunächst Musiker u. Spielmann am Hofe Heinrichs VIII. Er schrieb Epigramme und begann wohl auch schon… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Heywood — (spr. hēud), Fabrikstadt in der engl. Grafsch. Lancaster, (1901) 25.461 E …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • Heywood — 53.5925 2.2255555555556 Koordinaten: 53° 36′ N, 2° 14′ W …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Heywood — Original name in latin Heywood Name in other language Heywood, Heywood i Stor Manchester, Monkey Town State code GB Continent/City Europe/London longitude 53.59245 latitude 2.21941 altitude 121 Population 28024 Date 2010 04 01 …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • Heywood — I. biographical name John 1497? ?1580 English author II. biographical name Thomas 1574? 1641 English dramatist …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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