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Hayward, Milward Cecil

Hayward, Milward Cecil, Captain, R.A.M.C., T.F. who died from acute septic pneumonia at Brighton on August 23rd, was the second son of the late Henry Hayward of Queen Anne Street, London, by his second marriage. He was educated at Epsom, Cambridge and Guy's. He graduated B.A. in 1895, M.A. in 1898, and M.B. and B.C. in 1903. He also took the double qualification in 1898. He filled the post of clinical Clerk at the Samaritan Hospital for Women, House Surgeon and House Physician at Paddington Green Children's Hospital, and resident Medical Officer at the North-West London Hospital, afterwards setting up in practice in Abingdon in 1902. At the time of the Boer War he was appointed Civil Doctor to the Guards at Windsor and he volunteered at the beginning of the present war with a good deal of official experience. He joined the 3rd Home Counties Field Ambulance on December 3rd 1914, and after recovering from severe concussion was sent to France. Here shortly afterwards he was dangerously wounded, a shell hitting him in the back, and causing concussion of the spine, while a bullet pierced his lung. After being on sick leave till March 1st of this year he was sent to a military hospital, but while on duty there he succumbed to pneumonia. Guy's Hospital Reports Vol.LXX, War Memorial Number

Biographical

Surname(s)Hayward
First name(s)Milward Cecil
Date of birth4 October 1870
Place of birthTorrington Square, London W.C.
Family detailsSecond son of the late Henry Hayward of Queen Anne Street, London, by his second marriage. Husband of Constance Mary Hayward, of 65 Stert Street, Abingdon and father of four children
Previous educationEpsom College (1884-1889), Caius College, Cambridge
CollegeGuy's Hospital
Dates at college1893-1898
QualificationsB.A.1895, M.A. 1898, M.B. and B.C. in 1903. He also took the double qualification in 1898
Military unitR.A.M.C.
War / conflictWorld War One (1914-1918)
CampaignsExpeditionary Force in France and Flanders from 25 April 1915
Date of death23 August 1916
Rank at deathCaptain
Place of deathHoward Home, Brighton
Cause of deathSeptic Pneumonia, supervening wounds received in action
Burial placeAbingdon Cemetery, Berkshire
Commemoration(s)Guy's Hospital Memorial; Epsom College Roll of Honour
NotesHome Address 1893 - 27 Willow Road, Hampstead N.W.
SourcesGuy's Hospital Medical School Records, King's College London Archives; Commonwealth War Graves Commission

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