Ancestors of Mandy Willard
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and Elizabeth SKINNER (1731-1824)
John Tugwell and Elizabeth Skinner married on 21
October 1751 in Buxted, Sussex. (They were
not my direct ancestors. John was the great nephew of my 8x Great
Grandfather, Richard Thorpe.)
John Tugwell was
baptised on 29 May 1730 in Buxted. He was the son of
(1690-1768) and Judith
Thorpe (1696-1777). John died on 7 May 1809 in Glynde, Sussex.
John was a cordwainer and had been apprenticed to James Skinner
of Uckfield between 1745 and 1751.
Elizabeth Skinner was
baptised on 22 August 1731 in Buxted. She was the daughter of Robert
Skinner and Elizabeth Sharp. Elizabeth died on 11 December 1824
The following a transcription of the couple's headstone in Glynde
"Sacred to the memory of Elizabeth Tugwell wife of Mr
John Tugwell who died 11th day of December 1824, aged
93 years. Mr John Tugwell, late of this parish,
who died 7th day of May 1809, aged 78 years. Also of
Elizabeth Tugwell daughter of the above John and Elizabeth who
died 5th May 1842 aged 87 years."
John Tugwell and
Elizabeth Skinner had 11 known children:
Elizabeth Tugwell was baptised on 7 October 1752
and died there on 5 May 1842.
John Tugwell was baptised on 4 March 1755 in Glynde.
He was buried on 8 June 1847 in Brighton.
Susannah Cornwall by licence on 9 October 1775 in Glynde.
He was then a bachelor of Brighton and she was of Glynde. The
witnesses to their marriage were Richard Repton
(not sure of his surname) and Charlotte Brent.
Their marriage licence was issued the day before by the
Archdeaconry of Lewes, which also noted that John was a cordwainer
aged 21 years and upwards and Susannah was age 20 years and upwards.
Surety for their marriage licence was provided by John himself and
Richard Beeton a yeoman of Glynde.
was baptised on 29 August 1756 in Glynde and was the daughter of
William Cornwall and Martha Taylor.
Susannah was buried on 28 September 1840 at St. Nicholas in
John and Susannah had 9 known children:
John Tugwell was baptised on 24 November 1777
in Brighton. He died aged 5 years and 5 months on 30 March
1783 in Preston near Brighton and was buried on 3 April 1783 in
Susannah Tugwell was baptised on 30 August 1779
Hannah Tugwell was baptised on 4 February 1781
William Tugwell was baptised on 13 October 1782
in Glynde. He died on 22 October 1846 and was buried on 27
October 1846 in Brighton.
William married twice, firstly to
widow, on 6 September 1802 at St. Nicholas in Brighton.
The witnesses to their marriage were William Spicer,
Humphrey Donnie and Elizabeth Sawyers.
William and Ann had 3 known children.
Thomas Tugwell was born and baptised on 21
May 1803 in Brighton. He married Maria
and they had 9 known children:
Thomas William Tugwell
James Tugwell was born about 1805.
Mary Count by banns on 28 May
1831 in Brighton. He was a bachelor and she a spinster
and they were both of Brighton.
James and Mary had 6 known children:
Susanna Tugwell was baptised on 29 March
1807 at St. Nicholas, Brighton.
William next married
Mary Armstrong by licence
on 31 December 1836 in Brighton. Their marriage licence
was issued the day before by the Archdeaconry of Lewes, which
noted that he was a widower and she a spinster and that they
were both aged 21 years and upwards and both of Brighton.
Martha Cornwall Tugwell
Thomas Tugwell was baptised on 6 March 1757 in
Thomas may have married and had the following
Mary Anne Tugwell was born about 1804 in
Brighton. She married John Tugwell by
licence on 24 December 1827 in Horsham, Sussex. He was
then a bachelor from Brighton and she was a spinster of Horsham.
Jemima Tugwell was baptised on 19 November 1758 in
Glynde. She was buried there on 20 November 1828.
Thomas Avis by licence on 11
February 1781 in Glynde. He was then a bachelor and they were
both of Glynde. Their marriage licence was issued the day
before by the Archdeaconry of Lewes, which noted that she was a
spinster aged 21 years and upwards whilst he was aged 22 years and
Thomas and Jemima had 8 known children:
Elizabeth Avis was baptised on 19 August 1781
Lucy Avis was baptised on 5 May 1783 in Glynde.
Charlotte Avis was baptised on 13 December 1785
Jemimah Avis was baptised on 19 March 1788 in
Philadelphia Avis was baptised on 9 October
1790 in Glynde.
John Avis was born about 1794.
Jane Avis was baptised on 12 July 1795 in
Martha Avis was baptised on 20 May 1798 in
Mary Tugwell was baptised privately on 7 July 1760
in Glynde. She died in 1841.
William Streeton by banns on 22
October 1782 in Glynde. She was the a spinster and he a
bricklayer and they were both of Glynde.
William and Mary had 8 known children:
William Streeton was baptised on 12 November
1783 in Glynde and buried there on 2 June 1799.
Elizabeth Streeton was baptised on 28 November
1785 in Glynde.
Maria Tugwell Stretton was baptised on 9 April
1787 in Glynde.
John Streeton was baptised on 7 June 1789 in
Judith Thorpe Streeton was baptised on 29 April
1792 in Glynde.
Philadelphia Streeton was baptised on 13 July
1794 in Glynde.
Henry Streeton was baptised on 9 October 1796
Mary Streeton was baptised on 17 February 1799
Lucy Tugwell was born on 15 March 1762 and baptised
on 25 March 1762 in Glynde. She died on 26 March 1763 and was
buried in Glynde on 28 March 1763. Her headstone inscription
reads "In memory of Lucy Tugwell daughter of
John and Elizabeth Tugwell who
died March 26th, aged 1 year 11 days, dear parents, weep for me no
more, I am not lost, but gone before".
Richard Tugwell was baptised on 29 January 1766 in
Glynde. He died on 17 April 1843 and was buried on 20 April
1843 at All Saints in Lewes. He was a cordwainer.
Martha Lusted by banns on 25
December 1794 in Glynde. He was then said to be from
Rottingdean and she was then of Glynde (as per the Sussex marriage
Martha died aged 68 years on 22 December 1829 and was buried at All
Saints in Lewes.
Richard and Martha had the following son:
Frederick Tugwell was born on 22 April 1795 and
baptised on 26 May 1795 at All Saints, Lewes. Frederick
married Sarah Mascall by licence on 13 January
1819 at All Saints, Lewes. Their marriage licence was
issued the day before by the Archdeaconry of Lewes, which noted
that he was a bachelor and hatter of Lewes aged 23 years and
upwards, whilst she was a spinster of Brighton aged 21 years and
upwards. Surety for the licence was provided by Frederick
himself and Daniel King a tea dealer.
Charlotte Tugwell was baptised on 22 January 1770
in Glynde. Charlotte married Thomas Hilton by
banns on 7 March 1791 in Glynde. She was a spinster and he a
bachelor and they were both of Glynde.
Robert Tugwell was baptised on 10 January 1772 in
Glynde. He was buried there on 22 June 1845.
Susannah Kilby or Hilby
by banns on 12 May 1796 in Glynde. They were both then of
Glynde. The witnesses to their marriage were Philley
Tugwell and John Tugwell. She signed
her name as Susan Kilby in the marriage register.
Robert and Susannah had 8 known children:
William Tugwell was baptised on 25 July 1773 in
Glynde. He was buried on 1 February 1819 in Brighton.
William married twice, firstly to
Sarah Savage or
Salvage by banns on 26 December 1794 at All Saints,
Lewes. The banns were published in Glynde on 23 and 30
November and 7 December 1794.
Sarah was born/baptised on 22 October 1774 and died or was buried on
3 December 1800. William and Sarah had 3 known children:
Elizabeth Tugwell was born on 6 September 1795
and baptised on 13 November 1795 at St. Thomas in Lewes.
Mary Ann Tugwell was born on 4 or 14 February
1798 and baptised on 9 April 1798 at St. Thomas, Lewes.
William Tugwell was born on 17 December 1799
and baptised on 27 March 1800 at St. Nicholas in Brighton.
In 1824 he was a boot and shoemaker living at 62 Middle Street,
Brighton. William married Martha Martin.
William next married
Parnell Potter by licence on
19 June 1801 in Glynde. He was then a widower from Brighton
and she was of Glynde. Their marriage licence was issued on 15
June 1801 by the Archdeaconry of Lewes which also recorded that he
was a cordwainer aged 27 years and upwards, whilst she was a
spinster aged 26 years and upwards.
Parnell was baptised on 14
April 1776 in Beddingham, Sussex and was the daughter of Sarah Austen.
William and Parnell had 4 known
Georgina Tugwell was born on 1 February 1802
and baptised on 6 June 1802 at St. Nicholas, Brighton. She
died or was buried on 11 February 1803.
John Tugwell was born on 18 April 1804 and
baptised on 23 June 1804 in Brighton. John married Mary Anne Tugwell by licence on 24 December 1827 in
Horsham, Sussex. He was then a bachelor from Brighton and
she was a spinster of Horsham. John and Mary Anne had 10
John Henry Tugwell
Mary Ann Tugwell
Sarah Jane Tugwell
Albert C. Tugwell
Sarah Tugwell was born on 26 November 1806 and
baptised on 1 January 1807 at St. Nicholas, Brighton.
Maria Catherine Tugwell was born on 23 April
1809 and baptised on 11 February 1810 in Brighton. She was
buried on 20 February 1895 in Henfield, Sussex. Maria
married Edward Patternden on 13 May 1832 in
Cornhill, London. Edward and Maria had 7 known children:
Mary Ann Pattenden
Philly Tugwell was baptised on 24 September 1775 in
Glynde. She married
Thorpe in 1801. (They have their own page.)
I began typing up this page on 7 March 2009, from
various bits and pieces I had cobbled together over the years.
I now can't remember where it all came from, so apologies for
pinching someone else's research. At some point I'll try and
get around to double checking everything and adding to the page, as
I do have a bit more stashed away - it's just finding the time.
I will also probably give some of the Tugwell families their own
Elsewhere in this site I mention the family of
Thomas Tugwell who was born about 1803 in Keymer, and
who married Louisa Hoadley in Henfield, Sussex in
1824. For the moment I don't have any more on this Thomas and
don't know he connects into the above family.
I have also done a bit on the
family in Sussex and occasionally it would seem Tugwell and Trigwell
were either interchangeable or miss transcribed.
Also at some point I'll create a main Tugwell
This page was last updated on 11 July