Thomas H. Wren
Person Male Born 1885
From Bonhams: Wren was apprenticed at the Compton pottery set up by Mary Watts. After her husband's death Wren was commissioned to produce the memorial relief for Postman's Park and also, after a design by Mary, a plaster recumbent figure of Watts in the cloisters of the Watts Cemetery. Later he is known to have produced works in bronze. He is known to have survived WW1 since there is a 1919 record of him working at Compton.