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|1807||Joseph Als & W Tugwell||1825|
|1825||S Hubbard & E Tugwell||1825|
John Tugwell of Glynde, cordwainerShoe maker, purchased a messuageHouse or dwelling,
inc. outbuildings &
or gardens or tenementRented dwelling
or land and outhouse or stable, garden, orchard and croft of land containing about one acre in Glynde Street, from William Read of Framfield, miller in 1763 for £150. Clearly the land that had always gone with the tenementRented dwelling
or land had now been sold separately.
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