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George Haywood

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c.1805 Born in Rawmarsh

1841 Madeleror (?) designer, living in Rotherham with Mary Haywood 37, Ann Haywood 14, Eliza Haywood 10, Roger Haywood 7, H Haywood 2[1]

1851 Iron founder, living in South Villa, Rotherham with Mary Haywood 47, Elice Haywood 20, Roger Haywood 16, Mary Haywood 7, William Haywood 3[2]

1861 Iron founder, living in Rotherham with Mary Haywood 56, Mary Haywood 17[3]

1871 Iron master (of the firm of Yates, Haywood and Co, of Effingham Works), employing 196 men, 201 boys above the age of 12 and below 21, 3 travellers and 1 woman, living in Rotherham with Mary Haywood 66, William H Haywood 23, architect[4]

1881 Living in Rotherham with his wife Mary Holroyd Haywood 77[5]

1883 Died at Rotherstoke; iron founder, stove, grate and fender manufacturer; executors were his sons George Harris Haywood of 95 Upper Thames St, London, and William Henry Haywood of Rotherham Iron Founders, William Henry Oxley of Rotherham, merchant, and Edward Drabble of Rotherham, iron founder[6]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1841 census
  2. 1851 census
  3. 1861 census
  4. 1871 census
  5. 1881 census
  6. National Probate Calendar