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remarried and in 1811, his son, Edward Lambert Hayward, was born. Then, at regular intervals, six daughters, one of whom died at an early age, followed and lastly, in 1824, was born another son, William Hayward.
    Edward and William, grandsons of the founder, were destined as Hayward Brothers to enter a partnership upon which the foundations of Haywards Limited were built. Under the auspices of these two young men, the two trades, iron and glass, were to be united.
    While their father, the second Samuel Hayward, was consolidating his position as a partner in Leathley, Chater and Hayward, at their Crown Glass warehouse on St. Dunstan's Hill, his brother John had developed the painting side of the parent business in Bread Street and independently of his father, old Samuel Hayward, who presumably still had such assistance as James could give, established himself purely in that line of business in Newgate Street. From this grew the well-known firm of Hayward & Son, Ltd., wallpaper specialists and pioneers in stencilling as applied


Leathley, Chater and Hayward business cards