Frederick Waters (1808-1903)
Originally from Rye, and following in his father's foot steps as a gun-maker with premises at the junction of Castle Street and Caroline Place. Waters was resident at No 2 Prior's Cottages. Upon the death of his wife's father (Old Joe Prior) in 1854, Frederick acquired the other two cottages, and constructed his residence Denmark House (Denmark Place) in the long sea-facing front gardens of numbers 2 and 3, and Denmark Villa in the front garden of number 1.
|Children of: Eliza Prior and Frederick Waters (1808-1903)|
|Eliza Rose Waters (1833-1903)
|Edward William Waters (1835-)
|Frederick Joseph Waters (1842-)
References & Notes
- British Newspaper Archive Hastings & St. Leonards Observer 23 March 1895 Pg. 0006