Haydon

Haydon may refer to:

  • Haydon, Dorset, a civil parish in Dorset
  • Haydon, Northumberland, a civil parish in Northumberland
  • Haydon, Somerset, a place in the UK

Read more about Haydon:  People With The Surname, Other Uses

Other articles related to "haydon, haydons":

Haydon Hill - History
... The word ‘Haydon’ may mean ‘an enclosure’ or ‘a hedged in enclosure’, although the area has had the name written in variations such as 'Haydon', 'Heydon', 'Heyden' and 'Heydone' During the Roman ... At Haydon Hill there was a distinct Agger visible at the location of Haydon Hill Farm ... along the course of Akeman Street and on the eastern edge where the Haydon Hill Railway Cutting is located ...
Haydon - Other Uses
... Haydon, the mascot of the English football club AFC Wimbledon. ...
Mark Haydon
... Mark Ray Haydon (born 4 December 1958) is an Australian criminal, currently serving 25 years imprisonment with a non-parole period of 18 years for his role of assisting offenders in the ... Haydon was found guilty of assisting serial killers John Bunting, Robert Wagner, and James Vlassakis in as many as seven murders, either by driving the bodies to new locations or providing storage for them ... Haydon, using the alias Mark Lawrence, together with Bunting, would rent the bank premises in Snowtown, South Australia where eight of the victims bodies were discovered ...
List Of United Kingdom Locations: Has-Hd - Hay
... W SO9023 Haydock St Helens 53.45° N 02.66° W SJ5696 Haydon Somerset 51.00° N 03.07° W ST2523 Haydon Somerset 51.22° N 02.60° W ST5848 Haydon Dorset 50.93° N 02.47 ...
Mark Haydon - Murder of Elizabeth Haydon
... Haydon lived with his wife, Elizabeth, at Smithfield Plains ... Elizabeth's sister, Jodie Elliott, lived with the Haydons in a shed at the rear of their house ... Haydon's wife would eventually become Bunting and Wagner's second to last murder victim ...

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