The land belonged to late Rev Newton Ogle and Charles Earl Grey and Henry B Ogle Esq who sold it to T Forsyth Esq. According to the 1839 Abstract of title 'to a freehold and land called Westoe field houses' John Saville Ogle agreed to sell Thomas Forsyth the parcel of land. Any development of the land was not to be used as a slaughter house, bake house or anything that may cause to be a nuisance or annoyance.
According to the 1841 census Thomas Forsyth and family resided at 1 Wellington Terrace. Details of the Forsyth family can be seen here.
According to the 1851 census Thomas Forsyth and family resided at 1 Wellington Terrace
Thomas Forsyth died and in his will Thomas Forsyth, Henry Wright Forsyth, son in law Robert Wilson and Robert Crosthwaite and brother in law W Wright were appointed trustees
According to the 1871 census the Wilson family resided at 1 Wellington Terrace
According to the 1901 census the Wilson family resided at 1 Wellington Terrace
Up until 1944 Julia Jessie Wilson was continuing to live at 1 Wellington Terrace until her death
Sale between Godfrey James Douglas Scott and the Mayor (corporation) for 29 Beach Road. Still used as nursery/ 42 children on register on 30 March 1954.
M Tech purchased the property
Drug and Alcohol team based at the property
Age Concern was given the building by the Dora Dixon Trust.
For further information about the building and photos visit the Wellington Terrace section