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Henry Wren (1820-1902) of London Road Iron Works, Altrincham St. and Temple St., Chorlton upon Medlock, Manchester
1861 Engineer, millwright, machinist, employing 290 men and 52 boys, living in Chorlton upon Medlock with Selina Wren 40, Henry C Wren 12, Christopher Wren 11, Charles A Wren 10, Elizabeth E Wren 8, Frederic Wren 7
1866 Joined I Mech E
1871 Mechanical engineer employing 320 men and 46 boys, living in Rusholme, Manchester with Selina Wren 50, Henry C Wren 22, mechanical engineer, Christopher Wren 21, mechanical engineer, Charles A Wren 20, commercial clerk, Elizabeth E Wren 18, Frederick Wren 17
1880 of Wren and Hopkinson
1885 of Henry Wren and Co
1902 Died in Manchester