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Hayward Brothers and Eckstein

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July 1898.

of 187 and 201 Union Street, Borough, London, SE

1783 Company established.

Previously Hayward Brothers (of Union Street)

1890 Mention in connection with the Southwark Foundry Co. ' William Hayward and William Eckstein, trading as Hayward Brothers and Eckstein, of Union-street, Southwark, Surrey, Engineers, creditors of the said Company...'[1]

1896 Incorporated as a limited company

1914 Engineers and ironfounders, manufacturers of pavement lights, casements etc. Specialities: pavement lights, iron staircases, ventilators, steel sashes, casements, iron doors, collapsible gates, "Copperlites". Employees 350. [2]

1914 Advert - Branches in 3 Simpson Street Manchester and 141 West Regent Street, Glasgow.

Later became Haywards

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