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Edward Lambert Hayward

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Edward Lambert Hayward (1811-1876) of Hayward Brothers (of Union Street)

1811 Born at St. Dunstan in the East, London, the son of Samuel Hayward

1871 Living at 76 Abingdon Cottage, Lower Tulse Hill, Brixton: Edward Lambert Hayward (age 59 born London), Manufacturing Ironmonger. With his wife Elizabeth Mary Hayward (age 55 born West Malling). Two servants.[1]

1876 July 20th. Died.

1876 Will. '...formerly of 79 Cornhill in the City of London Print Seller and Picture Dealer but late of 187 and 189 Union Street in the borough of Southwark and of Abingdon Cottage 76 Lower Tulse Hill both in the County of Surrey Manufacturing Ironmonger...' Proved by Elizabeth Mary Hayward his widow.

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  1. 1871 Census