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George Harris Haywood

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1839 Born in Rotherham, son of George Haywood[1]

1861 Iron merchant, visitor to London[2]

Presumably sometime in the 1860s the business of Yates, Haywood and Drabble was established in London.

1871 Iron founder, employing 32 men and 7(?) boys, living in Strand on the Green, Chiswick, with Isabel Heywood 27, Eveline W Heywood 2, Edward H Heywood 1[3]

1874 After the death of Robert Bentley Shaw-Yates, the partnership was continued by George Haywood and George Harris Haywood as Yates, Haywood and Co[4]

1891 Iron founder, employer, living in Kensington with Isabel F Haywood 47, Eveline M C Haywood 22, Edward H Haywood 21, Ronald E Haywood 18, Isabel M S Haywood 16, Mima L Haywood 10[5]

1901 Iron founder, employer, widower, living in Budleigh Salterton[6]

1905 of 95 Upper Thames St, died[7]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1861 census
  3. 1871 census
  4. London Gazette 22 Sept 1874
  5. 1891 census
  6. 1901 census
  7. National Probate Calendar