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Born in 1820 at Compton Giffard, near Plymouth.
1851 William E Rendle 31, Commissioner of Improvement, Nurseryman, head of manure merchants, employing 24 men, 2 women and 4 boys, lived in Plymouth with Fanny Rendle 31, William E Rendle 9, Fanny Rendle 7, Emilie J E Rendle 6, John E Rendle 4, Rosalie Rendle 2
1861 A gentlemen, boarding at the Great Western Hotel, Paddington
1870 Patent granted to William Edgcumbe Rendle, of No. 68, Welbeck-street, Cavendish-square, in the county of Middlesex, Librarian, for the invention of "improvements in glazed structuresfor horticultural purposes,"
Connected with William Edgcumbe Rendle and Co
1878 William Edgcumbe Rendle of 3, Westminster-chambers, Victoria-street, Westminster, has applied to the Commissioners of Patents for Inventions to alter certain parts of the specification
1881 William Rendle 61, manufacturer, was in Brighton with Fanny Rendle 61, Florence Rendle 21