ⓘ Hayward, Minnesota

                                     

ⓘ Hayward, Minnesota

The community was named for David Hayward, an early settler who moved to the townsite from Postville, Iowa and returned to that state after only living in Hayward for two years. Hayward was settled around 1855 and was formally incorporated in 1925.

                                     
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