Definition of Heyward
1. Noun. United States writer (1885-1940).
Lexicographical Neighbors of Heyward
Literary usage of Heyward
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Lives of the Signers to the Declaration of Independence by Charles Augustus Goodrich (1836)
"THOMAS Heyward was born in St. Luke's parish, in the province of South Carolina, ... His father, Colonel Daniel Heyward, was a planter of great wealth, ..."
2. Illustrative Cases on Equity Jurisprudence by Harry Burns Hutchins, Robert Emmet Bunker (1903)
"On the eighteenth day of June, 1863, William C. Heyward contracted to sell, ... During that year, and before the completion of the purchase, Heyward died, ..."
3. The Women of the American Revolution by Elizabeth Fries Ellet (1856)
"THE spirit exhibited by Mrs. Thomas Heyward, of Charleston, SC, is as worthy of ... In reply, Mrs. Heyward asked how she could be expected to join in ..."
4. Oxford City Documents, Financial and Judicial, 1258-1665 by James Edwin Thorold Rogers, Oxford (England) (1891)
"Heyward, Hugh, and Ellen bis wife (>38°), 34- — their daughter Margaret, 34. ... Heyward, John (1665), 85. Heyworth, ue William de Heyworth. ..."