J.H. BAYZAND & Co.
39 Aldermanbury, London
149. Umbrellas and Parasols: J. H. Bayzand and G. Boyle, London. The ribs have two eyes at the sides and level with the inner face for the attachment of the covering. Refers also to a catch device. (January 11, 1882).
Source: Engineering - 25th August 1882
Mr.J. H. Bayzand, umbrella and sunshade manufacturer, has taken warerooms in Fountain-court, Aldermanbury.
Source: The Hosier & Glover's Gazette and Outfitter's Chronicle - 1st April 1884
Notice is hereby given that the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned Ernest Hinscliffe Hindley and George Whitfield Hayward carrying on business as Umbrella and Parasol Manufacturers at 39 Aldermanbury in the city of London under the style or firm of J. H. Bayzand and Co. was dissolved as and from the 19th day of May 1897, by mutual consent. All debts due to or owing by the said late firm will be received and paid by the said George Whitfield Hayward who will continue the said business on his own account. —Dated the second day of June 1897.
E. H. HINDLEY.
GEO. W. HAYWARD.
Source: The London Gazette - 2nd July 1897