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S.A. Northern Pioneers: A. Hayward
Title : S.A. Northern Pioneers: A. Hayward S.A. Northern Pioneers: A. Hayward
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Source : B 6912/A7
Date of creation : ca. 1870
Format : Photograph
Dimensions : 50 x 33 mm
Contributor : State Library catalogue
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Description :

Portrait of A. Hayward from Aroona from the S.A. Northern Pioneers' composite, 1850-1859 (shown in position on B 6912/2).

Albertus Hayward was the brother of Johnson Frederick Hayward, usually known as Fred. Fred Hayward initially managed properties for others including Dr J H Browne and later became an owner of extensive proprties in his own right These included Canowie near Hallett and Aroona, north of Wilpena. His younger brother Albertus (1829-1889) was a partner with George Gooch and Abraham Scott in Myall Creek station west of Port Augusta. At some stage he became involved with Aroona.
Coverage year : 1850-1859 (1885)
Period : 1836-1851,1852-1883
Place : Aroona, near Leigh Creek
Region : Flinders Ranges and Far North - Outback
Further reading :

Royal Geographical Society of Australasia Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society of Australasia, South Australian Branch Reminiscences of J F Hayward, Chapter 29, p.79-170.

Cockburn, R Pastoral pioneers of South Australia 2 v. Adelaide: Publishers Limited, 1925-1927 ("Reprinted from the Adelaide Stock and Station Journal.") vol. 1 pp. 108-9

Mincham, Hans The story of the Flinders Ranges Adelaide: Rigby, 1967

Internet links :

Aroona Valley, SA

State Library of South Australia: Hayward family group



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