Sir Christopher Wren
Born October 20, 1632
Died February 25, 1723
Sir Christopher Wren was born on October 20, 1632 in East Knoyle, Wiltshire. Wren was a founding member of the Royal Society, which is now the oldest scientific academy in continuous existence. Wren is renown as a brilliant architect, mathematician, and scientist, and is credited for the design of over 50 churches and other buildings. Most notably among them is his designs for St. Paul's Cathedral, which was constructed under his supervision during its 35 year long construction. Wren was a member and Past Master of Lodge of Antiquity No. 2. Brother Christopher Wren was called from labor on February 25, 1723.
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