Oliver Heywood

Oliver Heywood Memorial in Salford Oliver Heywood (9 September 1825 – 1892) was an English banker and philanthropist.

Born in Irlam, Lancashire, the son of Benjamin Heywood, and educated at Eton College, Heywood joined the family business, Heywood's Bank in the 1840s.

Heywood sponsored many philanthropic causes, including Manchester Mechanics' Institute, Chetham's Hospital, Manchester Grammar School and Owens College. He was selected as High Sheriff of Lancashire for 1888.

He married Eleanor Barton, daughter of Richard Watson Barton, on 7 September 1847; they had no children. Provided by Wikipedia

by Heywood, Oliver
Published 1794
printed and sold by J. Chalmers, No 81, Old-Street. Sold also by M. Trapp, No 1, and J. Parsons, No 21, Pater-Noster-Row

by Heywood, Oliver
Published 1796
Printed and sold at Brearley Hall, near Halifax [by John Fawcett]; also may be had of Mr. Wills, Stationer's Court, Ludgate-Street; and Mr. Button, Paternoster-Row, London; Mr. Smith, Sheffield, and other country booksellers

by Heywood, Oliver
Published 1701
[printed for John Whitworth, Leeds; and sold by Tho. Parkhurst, [London]