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Hayward Tyler

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Hayward Tyler (1795-1855) of Hayward Tyler and Co

1795 June 18th. Born at Houndsditch the son of William Tyler, a Linen Draper, and his wife Hannah. Quakers.

Continued the business in Milton-street, in the City of London founded by W. Russell.

1820 A founder and member of the Tallow Chandlers was admitted Freeman of the City by patrimony; his father was William Tyler

1830 Married at Worcester (Quaker) to Sarah the daughter of Robert Newman. Hayward Tyler is of Narwich Lane, London and a Brass Founder.

1841 Shown as an Engineer in Peckham.[1]

1846 Continued in business by himself when Theodore Lloyd left the partnership

1851 Living at 12 Elan Grove, Peckham: Hayward Tyler (age 55 born Middlesex), an Engineer. With his wife Sarah Tyler (age 52 born Middlesex) and his aunt Dorothea Newman (age 76 born St. John's, Newfoundland). Three servants.[2]

1855 September 14th. Died age 61 at Peckham.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1841 Census
  2. 1851 Census
  3. Morning Post - Wednesday 19 September 1855