Hayden, Bros. & Co.
Charleston, SC 1852-1855
A partnership of Augustus Henry Hayden, Hezekiah Sidney Hayden, and
Hayden Mfg. Co.
Newark, NJ 1892-c. 1909
Founded by William W. Hayden. Succeeded by G.W. Parks Co. Makers
of sterling holloware, vanity items, and novelties.
Hayden & Whilden
Charleston, SC 1855-1863
A partnership between Augustus Hayden and W.G. Whilden.
Successor to Hayden, Bros. & Co.
Hayden, Gregg & Co. / Gregg & Hayden / Gregg, Hayden & Co.
A succession of partnerships involving William Gregg and one
or several Hayden brothers. The name of the business would
change as one would leave or another partner was added:
Hayden, Gregg & Co. (aka Hayden & Gregg) 1838-1843;
Nathaniel and H. Sidney Hayden and William Gregg.
Gregg & Hayden 1843-1846; William Gregg and H. Sidney Hayden.
Gregg, Hayden & Co. 846-1852; William Gregg, H. Sidney Hayden, and Augustus H. Hayden.
Charleston, SC 1832-1843 and New York, NY 1843-1855
in a number of businesses:
Eyland & Hayden with James Eyland 1832-1835.
Hayden, Gregg & Co. with William Gregg and H. Sydney Hayden 1838-1843.
Gale & Hayden with William Gale 1846-1850.
Gregg, Hayden & Co. with William Greg and H. Sydney Hayden 1846-1852.
Hayden & Whilden with W.G. Whilden 1855-1863.
William W. Hayden Co.
Newark, NJ c. 1904-1909
Peter Perret Hayes
Poughkeepsie, NY 1816-1842
Was in the partnerships of Hayes & Adriance 1816-1826 and P.P. Hayes & Son
with his son Edmund M. Hayes 1841-1842.
Hayes & Adriance
Poughkeepsie, NY 1816-1826
Peter Perret Hayes and John Adriance.
Hazen & Collins
Cincinnati, OH 1843-1847
Nathan Lord Hazen and Peleg Collins.
Hayward & Sweet
North Attleboro, MA 1887-1903
Walter E. Hayward and George L. Sweet. Successors to Hayward & Briggs.
Makers of sterling flatware and jewelry.
Edmund M. Hayes
Poughkeepsie, NY c. 1841-1843
In the firm of P.P. Hayes & Son with his father Peter Perret Hayes 1841-1842.
Nathan Lord Hazen
Cincinnati, OH 1831-1851
A partner in the firm of Hazen & Collins 1843-1847.
Hayden to Hazen
Hayden to Hazen
Hayes & Robbins
New York, NY c. 1845-1847
Edmund M. Hayes and Jeremiah Robbins.
New York, NY 1769-c. 1790