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Hewes & Wren of Manchester
Millwrights and textile machine makers. Important makers of large iron waterwheels.
1825 Listed as millwrights, of 12 Dale Street 
1824 Supplied a waterwheel, 16 Feet diameter and 10 Feet wide, for a corn mill at Knottingley. 
1828 Supplied and erected the machinery for a large flour mill at Skerne, Yorkshire 
1832 'THE Public is respectfully informed, that the Business heretofore carried on at Manchester, THOMAS CHEEK HEWES, and HENRY WREN, under the firm of "Hewes and Wren." as Engineers. Millwrights, and Machine Makers, will in future be continued, in all its branches, by the above Henry Wren, on the same premises — Manchester, February 2d, 1832.'
Became Wren and Bennett