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|32 Marine Parade 2002
(William's freehold property circa 1845)
|Clarence Place 2002 (1851 Census), now Clarence Square -they built some sides. The gardens of the houses were used for the buildings comprising Brighton's main shopping drag, Western Road.|
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|William Tugwell||b. abt. 1802 Shere Surrey||d.
18 Oct 1852 Brighton
|1. Isabella Lowry||b. abt. 1788||m. 14 Aug 1821 Brighton||bu. 24 Sep 1835 Brighton Age 47|
|2.Mary Armstrong||b. abt. 1796 Haydon Bridge Northumberland||m. 31 Dec 1836 Brighton|
|Ann||b. 29 Dec 1821 Brighton||m. Thomas Walder 1 Jun 1846 Brighton|
|Isabella||b. 24 Sep 1824 Brighton|
|Parish Record- St Nicholas, Brighton, Sussex.||Baptism||Page 186, No 1486.|
|24 Sep 1824||Isabella||Daughter of William and Isabella Tugwell - Ship Street - Servant.|
|Parish Record- St Nicholas, Brighton, Sussex.||Marriage||Page 136, No 409 -W74|
William Tugwell of this parish- Batchelor, Isabella Lowry of this parish- Spinster.
14 Aug 1821
Signatures of William Tugwell and Isabella Lowry
Witnesses: John Pocock and William Shelley.
|Parish Record- St Nicholas, Brighton, Sussex.||Marriage||Page 183, No 547.|
William Tugwell of this parish- Widower, Mary Armstrong of this parish- Spinster.
31 December 1836
Signatures of William Tugwell and Mary Armstrong
Witnesses: George Warham? and Mary D----?
|In 1845 William made a will. He
left his entire estate to his wife Mary and onwards to his daughter Ann.
Included was the freehold to 32 Marine Parade, Brighton. Ann was to receive £50 p.a. whilst Mary survived.
The executors were his friends George Walker, Upholsterer, Ship Street and John Warner, Grocer, North Street. The witnesses were William Parker and Thomas Walder.
Source- East Sussex Record Office Reg. A84 1852 Pg 391 -W37
Actual Will, ESRO XA26/92 1852 Item 118 -W47
|1841 Census -Brighton Sussex||18412|
|Marine Parade||William Tugwell||40||Lodging House||Not Same County|
|Mary Tugwell||48||Not Same County|
|1851 Census -Brighton Sussex||185199|
|42 Clarence Place||William Tugwell||Head||Mar||49||House Proprietor||? Shere Surrey|
|Mary Tugwell||Wife||Mar||55||Haydon Bridge Northumberland|
|Ann Foot||Serv||Unm||19||General Servant||Sussex ?|
|1861 Census -Brighton||186192|
|68 London Road||Mary Tugwell||Head||Wid||60||Proprieter of Houses||Haydon Northumberland|
|Ann Armstrong||Niece||U||26||Fundholder||Haydon Northumberland|
|1852||Death||68 London Road, Brighton, Sussex.||1852 Dec Brighton 2b 111- W36|
|Date||Name||Date and place of birth or Age||Occupation and usual address||Name of Informant||Qualification||Usual Address|
|18 Oct 1852||William Tugwell||50||Independent||Jo. Warner||Present at the death. 68 London Rd. Brighton||68 London Rd. Brighton|
|St Nicholas Church Brighton
Tombstone No 276
Sacred/ .../ .../ WILLIAM TUGWELL .../died 20th .../1836?/aged 27 years .../Also to the memory of WILLIAM TUGWELL who died Oct 18th 1852 aged 50 years.
Tombstone No 1295
Sacred to the memory of/ .../ ISABELLA wife of WILLIAM TUGWELL/ .../ who died/ .../October 1852 aged 50 years.
Source-Sussex FHG Tombstones and Burials Index. The graveyard has been cleared by the authorities with gravestones stacked round the outer walls, many inaccessable.