|The Globe (Toronto)||September 28, 1907|
Died on Sept. 27, 1907 at his residence, Whitby, E.R.B. Hayward, in his 78th year. Interment at Whitby on Sunday, Sept. 29.
|The Globe (Toronto)||September 30, 1907|
Whitby, Sept. 29 (Special)--The funeral of Mr. E.R.B. Hayward, one of the oldest and most respected residents of this county, took place to the Union Cemetery this afternoon, and was largely attended. Mr. Hayward was in his 77th year. He was born in Norfolk, England. He came to Ontario County with his father when but nine years of age. For some years he was engaged with his father in milling in Brooklin village, and afterwards for over thirty years he carried on business as a general storekeeper in that village. In 1852 he married Ann Eliza Smith, daughter of Mr. Joseph Smith, who predeceased him by eight years. He leaves two daughters and four sons-- Frank G. of Toronto, Arthur E. of New York, Gordon H. of Sault Ste Marie, Ont and Edgar J. of Calgary. In politics he was a Liberal and in religion a Methodist. He was a subscriber to the Globe from its inception and was proud never to have missed a single copy of the paper.