Haywood, John N/A

The Visitation of Surrey 1623 gives a pedigree of Hayward bearing these arms. It seems probable that these are the arms of Hayward of Tandridge Hall in Surrey. John Hayward of Tandridge Hall, in Surrey was the son of Henry Hayward, Alderman and a member of the Fishmongers Company of the City of London. Admitted to the Inner Temple, he was a Justice of the Peace for Surrey. Edward Gordon Duff considered it to be the stamp of Sir William Hayward, who died in 1665.

Seat / Residence(s): Tandridge Hall, Surrey
Stamp(s) Stamp Information
Haywood, John (Stamp 1) Title: Haywood, John (Stamp 1)
Arms: Two bars in chief a talbot passant
Dimensions (height x width): 85mm x 68mm
Heraldic Charges: bars (2), Heraldic Charges: talbot