HAYNE & CATER
and its predecessors: THOMAS WALLIS sr. - THOMAS WALLIS jr. - WALLIS & HAYNE - JONATHAN HAYNE - HAYNE & CO - SAMUEL HAYNE & CO
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The business of manufacturing silversmith was commenced by Thomas Wallis sr. in 1758 c. He was succeeded in 1777 c. by Thomas Wallis jr. who in 1810 entered in partnership with Jonathan Hayne.
The partnership was dissolved in 1816 and in 1821 Jonathan Hayne entered his first mark.
In 1836 his son Samuel Holditch Hayne entered a new mark in partnership with Dudley Frank Cater (a former apprentice) under the style Hayne & Co., assuming full control of the firm after the death of Jonathan Hayne (1848).
The style was modified to Hayne & Cater and the firm was listed as merchants, manufacturers and wholesale silversmiths and silver spoon and fork makers from 1853 to 1864. Hayne continued the business after Cater's retirement (1864) trading as Samuel Hayne & Co.
The firm declared bankruptcy on 1865.

CHRONOLOGY:
Thomas Wallis sr, c.1758 - c. 1777,
Thomas Wallis jr. - c. 1777 - c. 1810
Wallis & Hayne - c. 1810 - c. 1816/1821
Jonathan Hayne - c. 1816/1821 - 1836
Hayne & Co - 1836 - 1848
Hayne & Cater - 1848 - 1864
Samuel Hayne & Co



T.W mark, Thomas Wallis I, London 1769

T.W
Thomas Wallis I,
London 1769 hallmark
Apprentice to William Jones (1749), free 1756 - first mark entered as largeworker in 1758. Died about 1818-1822
TW mark, Thomas Wallis II, London 1777 TW
Thomas Wallis I,
London 1777 hallmark
Thomas Wallis mark, London 1793

TW in script
Thomas Wallis II
London 1793 hallmark
Apprenticed to Thomas Wallis I (1771), free 1779. In 1810 entered a mark in partnership with Jonathan Hayne. Died 1836
TW over JH mark, Thomas Wallis and Jonathan Hayne, London 1811 TW over JH
Thomas Wallis and Jonathan Hayne,
London 1811 hallmark
JH in script mark, Jonathan Hayne, London 1834 JH in script
Jonathan Hayne
London 1834 hallmark
Apprenticed to Thomas Wallis (1796), free 1804. Died 1848
SH over DC mark, Hayne & Cater, London 1840





SH over DC
Hayne & Cater,
London 1840 hallmark
Samuel Holditch Hayne, son of Jonathan Hayne. Apprenticed to Thomas Wallis (1804).
Cater Dudley (Frank) apprenticed to Jonathan Hayne (1823), free 1836, died c.1881-1885. In 1836 was registered the first mark of the partnership with Samuel Hayne.
SH.DC mark, Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater , London 1845 SH.DC
Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater ,
London 1845 hallmark


Jonathan Hayne, London 1834 Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater, London 1845
Thomas Wallis I, London 1769


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