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Charles Ingham Haden

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(Charles) Ingham Haden (1864-1947)

1864 Born in Trowbridge, son of George Nelson Haden

1881 George Nelson Haden 64, Engineer Employing 176 Men & Boys, lived in Melksham with Emma L. Haden 53, William N. Haden 22, Louisa L. Haden 20, Agnes B. Haden 19, Charles J. Haden 17[1]

1911 Charles Ingham Haden 47, heating and ventilating engineer, employer, lived in Trowbridge with Rosa Maria Haden 46, Pera Maude Ingham Haden 16, Charles Lancelot Ingham Haden 9[2]

1947 Died in Trowbridge[3]



1948 Obituary [4]

"CHARLES INGHAM HADEN, whose death occurred on 24th May 1947, in his eighty-fourth year, was well known as a prominent heating and ventilating engineer and had been identified with the firm of Messrs. G. N. Haden and Sons, of Trowbridge, for the whole of his professional career, including his apprenticeship from 1880 to 1884. After serving as a draughtsman he was admitted to partnership in 1892 and placed in charge of contracts. His capacity for design greatly enlarged the scope of the business, many important institutions being equipped under his direction, including the new buildings at Leeds University, St. Bartholomew's Hospital, St. Paul's Cathedral, and the new town hall, Cheltenham. On the incorporation of the firm in 1919 Mr. Haden was appointed joint managing director and in 1933 he became chairman.

His retirement took place in 1938 after fifty-eight years service with the firm. He was elected an Associate Member of the Institution in 1904 and was transferred to Membership in 1910. He was President of the Institution of Heating and Ventilating Engineers in 1910 and also President of the Association of Heating, Ventilating and Domestic Engineering Employers in 1911 and 1912."


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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 census
  2. 1911 census
  3. National probate calendar
  4. 1948 Institution of Mechanical Engineers: Obituaries