Bio: Hayward, Anthony Judson (1881)
Contact: Janet Schwarze

---Source: 1881 History of Northern Wisconsin, pg. 210.


ANTHONY JUDSON HAYWARD, lumberman and dealer in pine lands and logs, Chippewa Falls, was born in McKean Co., Pa., March 17, 1835; lived in that county until he was nineteen years of age. Came to Shawano, Wis., in the Fall of 1855, remained there five years, then resided in Oshkosh until 1870, when he went to Winona. Minn., where he built a saw and shingle mill in partnership with Hon. Philetus Sawyer, operated that until 1876, then sold it and came to Chippewa Falls, having located considerable pine lands on the Chippewa River and its tributaries in 1868 and 1869; since coming here has been extensively engaged in lumbering, logging and locating pine lands. In 1867, he built a saw-mill at Manistee, Mich., in partnership with R. C. Russell and Alonzo Leach. While a resident of Shawano County, he was Treasurer of the town of Richmond, at that time there were but two towns in the county; since coming to Chippewa Falls, he has been a member of the School Board. He takes an active interest in educational matters and general public interests. In May. 1866, he was married in Oshkosh to Martha E. Bowron, a native of Ohio. .She is a daughter of Joseph Bowron, who settled at Oshkosh at an early day. Mr. Hayward has three children: Emma M., aged twelve years; Myron E., aged eight years, and Hallie, aged two years.



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