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William Hayward and Sons

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1884.
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1920's. Company Invoice, Courtesy of P. Broster - Leslie Hayward Archive
1920. Leslie Hayward with Employees. Courtesy of P. Broster - Leslie Hayward Archive
1920's. Office Secretary. Courtesy of P. Broster - Leslie Hayward Archive
1920's. Finished Gate Product. Courtesy of P. Broster - Leslie Hayward Archive
1920's. Inside the Works. Courtesy of P. Broster - Leslie Hayward Archive
1945.
1951

William Hayward and Co.

1860 Established.[1]

1884 Iron fencing, gate and hurdle manufacturers of Vulcan Works, Willenhall Road and Alliance Works, Walsall Street, Wolverhampton (see advert).

1912 Iron fencing, gate and hurdle manufacturers of Brunswick and Vulcan Works, Willenhall Road, Wolverhampton[2].

William Haywards and Sons

1892 Hurdle, Gate and Fencing manufacturers, Bilston Road, Wolverhampton[3].

1892 Tank, girder and roofing manufacturers, Bilston Road, Wolverhampton[4].

1898 Incorporated as a private limited company

1914 Tank, girder and roofing manufacturers, Willenhall Road, Wolverhampton[5].

1914 Hurdle, Gate and Fencing manufacturers, Willenhall Road, Wolverhampton[6].

1920 Structural engineers and producers of gates, railings and fences, of Brunswick Works and Vulcan Works, Willenhall Road

1953 Makers of flat and round bar continuous fencing for agricultural and road widening purposes, sheep and cattle hurdles of all descriptions, standards for wire fencing, tree guards, plain and ornamented railing for all purposes, sheet iron fencing, balcony railing, tennis surrounds, hand gates, field gates, plain, ornamented and sheeted gates, ironwork for rooks, ladders and general smith work.[7]

William Hayward

  • 1914 Ironfounders, Willenhall Road, Wolverhampton[8].


Wm Hayward

Is this the same Hayward?

Maker of New Tower Bicycles, of Tower Cycle Works, Tower Street, Wolverhampton[9]


See Also

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Sources of Information

  1. 1920's Invoice image
  2. Kelly's Directory of Staffordshire, 1912
  3. Wolverhampton Red Book & Directory, 1892
  4. Wolverhampton Red Book & Directory, 1892
  5. Wolverhampton Red Book & Directory, 1914
  6. Wolverhampton Red Book & Directory, 1914
  7. Their final entry in the Wolverhampton Handbook
  8. Wolverhampton Red Book & Directory, 1914
  9. New Tower [1]
  • 1896/7 Directory: Advertiser. More detail
  • Leslie Hayward Archive
  • Wolverhampton Local History [2]