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John Edgcumbe Rendle

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c.1847 Born in Plymouth, son of William Edgcumbe Rendle

1871 A merchant, lived with his parents in Esher[1]

1881 John C. Rendle 34, manager and engineer, lived in Richmond with Lillie Rendle 32, Rose Rendle 4, Violet Rendle 2[2]

1881 Dissolution of the Partnership between John Edgecumbe Rendle and Henry Ogilvie Bennett, under the style or firm of Rendle, Bennett, and Company, at No. 3, Westminster-chambers, Victoria-street, Westminster, in the business of Contractors for Glazed Structures in accordance with certain Patent Inventions[3].

1891 John E Rendle 44, civil engineer, employer, lived in Belgrave with Alice M Rendle 27</ref>

1909 Died in Putney

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 census
  2. 1881 census
  3. London Gazette 7 Dec 1883