|Name||Hayden, William Francis|
|Place of Death||Manchester, Vermont|
|Mother||Hayden, Mary Ennis|
|Spouse||Hayden, Eleanor Burt|
|Children||Hayden, Harry W.|
|Places of Residence||
|Education||Illinois College of Photography, 1907|
According to grandson Jim Hayden: Raised by an older sister, went to work at age 13. Worked as a photographer. After his marriage in 1911 his wife encouraged him to work for the Hale Furniture Company in Arlington, where he worked the rest of his life.
According to obituary: Hayden had a small photography studio in Arlington which he operated on the side while working for Hale Co., later he worked for Arlington Refrigerator Co. and finally for Mack Molding before he retired in 1948.
1900 census, Day Laborer, still living at home with father and siblings.
1910 census, listed as a photographer, boarding with future in-laws and wife.
1918 Working as Foreman at Hale Co. for WWI draft registration card, 9/12/1918
1920 census, working in chair factory as chair maker, living with mother-in-law.
1930 census, Listed as a machine operator for refrigerator company
1940 census, Laborer at chair factory
Working for Hale Company in 1941 draft registration card
Married December 30, 1911
Played semi-pro baseball in Eastern New York and for St. Micheals College in Winooski, Vermont.
Enjoyed hunting, would go out with buddies with just guns and a tent, hunting partner was Harry Niles. Grandson Jim remembers him polishing his gun every night, even though he no longer hunted. Best friends with Banner reporter Robert Shuffleton.