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Decima Cecilia Heyward (Shubrick) MP (1796 - 1867)

Decima Cecilia Shubrick (1 Feb 1796-Apr 1867) was the daughter of Col. Thomas Shubrick and wife Mary Branford. She married James Hamilton Heyward (17 Sep 1792-2 Jul 1828) on 12 Dec 1816. They are depic...

DuBose Heyward MP (1885 - 1940)

Author. A noted Southern writer of the early 20th. century, he is remembered for his 1925 novel "Porgy" and for the subsequent libretto of George Gershwin's 1935 opera "Porgy and Bess". Most of what ...

Elizabeth Ingley (Heyward) MP (1822 - 1874)

Elizabeth Barnes (Heyward) MP (c.1572 - c.1622)

Jane Heyward MP (1428 - d.)

Jane Heyward, b. 1428. Cambridge, Gloucester, England. daughter of William Heyward b. 1400 and unknown. m. John Oswald b. 1424 Cambridge, Gloucester, England

John Heyward (Changed to Hayward) MP (1380 - 1430)

Lucia Heyward (Harding) MP (c.1380 - d.)

Lucia Harding b. abt 1380, daughter of Roger de Cam b. abt 1325, England. m. John Heyward b. abt 1380. son William Heyward b. abt 1400

Mary Hales (Heyward) MP (deceased)

Roger Heyward MP (1548 - 1598)

Thomas Heyward, Signer of the "Declaration of Independence" MP (1746 - 1809)

Thomas Heyward, Jr. added the Jr. to his name to distinguish himself from his father's other son named Thomas. Thomas Heyward was born in St. Luke's parish, in the province of South Carolina, in the ...

William Heyward MP (1400 - d.)

aaronn heyward (deceased)

Abraham Heyward (deceased)

Agnes Heyward (GLOVER) (deceased)

Agnes Rosdu Heyward (Perot) (deceased)

Agnes (Heyward) (deceased)

Alex Heyward (deceased)

alice gillian-heyward (deceased)

Alice Heyward (deceased)

Alma Dorothy Taylor (Heyward) (c.1896 - c.1949)

Amelia A H Follett Heyward (deceased)

Amy Maria Hull (Heyward) (deceased)

Anderson Heyward (deceased)

Ann Heyward (Miles) (1731 - 1763)

Ann Heyward (Gignilliat) (1748 - d.)

Ann (Heyward) (deceased)

Ann Heyward (Stobo) (c.1725 - 1747)

Ann Amelia Hagood (Heyward) (deceased)

Ann Heyward (1528 - 1602)

Ann Manigault (Heyward) (1800 - 1855)

Ann Elizabeth Heyward (Cuthbert) (c.1790 - 1831)

Ann Miles Heyward (1757 - d.)

Anna Heyward (deceased)

Anna Markoe Heyward (1807 - 1885)

Anne Gertrude Solomon (Heyward) (1879 - 1951)

Anne Heyward (Miles) (deceased)

Annie Elizabeth Bessell (Heyward) (1876 - d.)

Archer Heyward (deceased)

Arthur Rose Heyward, Jr. (1903 - 1981)

B Heyward (deceased)

Barbara HEYWARD (deceased)

Bartholomew Heyward (deceased)

BB Heyward (deceased)

Beatrice Heyward (deceased)

Benjamin Simon Heyward (1776 - 1796)

Calvin Heyward (deceased)

Calvin Sr. Heyward (deceased)

Catherine Bayard (Heyward) (1886 - 1974)

First woman faculty member of the University of South Carolina. She was the head of the Universities Art Department in 1925.

Catherine Maria Heyward (Clinch) (1832 - 1871)

Catherine Mason (Heyward) (deceased)

Charlena Heyward (holmes) (b. - 2000)

Charles Heyward (1892 - d.)

Charles Thomas Heyward (1857 - d.)

Christine Polite (Heyward) (1939 - c.1976)

Clyde (deceased)

Daddy Heyward (deceased)

Colonel Daniel Heyward (1720 - 1777)

Heyward-Washington House. Located in the downtown Historic District of Charleston, SC within the area of the original walled city, this brick double house was built in 1772 by rice planter Daniel Heywa...

Daniel Heyward (1761 - d.)

Daniel Heyward (1750 - 1778)

Daniel Heyward (1774 - 1796)

Daniel E Heyward (1807 - 1831)

Decima Shubrick Heyward (1854 - 1908)

Dianah Hayward (Heyward) (1683 - d.)

Diane Heyward (Pope) (1930 - 2008)

Diane Heyward (deceased)

Dorothy Miller-Heyward (deceased)

Dr. Arthur Rose Heyward, Sr. (deceased)

Duncan Clinch Heyward, Governor (1864 - 1943)

Duncan Clinch Heyward (June 24, 1864 – January 23, 1943) was the 88th Governor of South Carolina from January 20, 1903, to January 15, 1907. Heyward was born in Richland County to Edward B...

Duncan Clinch Heyward, Jr. (1890 - 1946)

Edith Brown Mathews (Heyward) (1910 - d.)

Edmund Rhett Heyward (1882 - 1949)

edna edith mills-heyward (deceased)

Edward Barnwell Heyward (1826 - 1871)

Edward Heyward (1709 - d.)

Edwin Watkins Heyward (1862 - 1888)

Eleanor Chisman (Heyward) (1690 - 1768)

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Elias Heyward (deceased)

Elinor Heyward (deceased)

Elizabeth Jaques (Heyward) (c.1755 - 1821)

Elizabeth Bush (deceased)

Elizabeth Manigault Manigault (Heyward) (deceased)

Elizabeth Heyward (Wigg) (c.1730 - d.)

Elizabeth Heyward (c.1829 - d.)

Elizabeth Heyward, Hayward-Heywood (c.1717 - d.)

Elizabeth Heyward (Savage) (c.1750 - 1809)

Elizabeth Savage Heyward (1819 - 1839)

Elizabeth Heyward (1823 - d.)

Elizabeth Mathews Hamilton (Heyward) (c.1790 - d.)

Mrs Elizabeth Savage Heyward Parker (1794 - 1854)

Birth: Nov. 2, 1794 Death: Mar. 3, 1854 Daughter of Declaration of Independence signer, Thomas Heyward, Jr. and his second wife, Elizabeth, nee Savage, Heyward. Age at death was 59 years, 4 months ...

Elizabeth Heyward (Simons) (c.1730 - c.1788)

Elizabeth Heyward (Wade) (deceased)

Elizabeth Trapier (Heyward) (c.1820 - d.)

Elizabeth Heyward (1773 - 1780)

Elizabeth Skinner Heyward (Wilson) (deceased)

Elizabeth du Pont (Heyward) (deceased)

Elizabeth Heyward (Hayward) (1676 - 1693)

Elizabeth Brownrigg Heyward (deceased)

Emily Terry (Heyward) (deceased)

Emma Heyward (Barnwell) (b. - 1836)

Emma Austin (Heyward) (c.1862 - d.)