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The Woodbrook Estate fell under the management of Burnley Hunter Eccles, son of William Eccles.
The Lapeyrouse family sold the property, with its sugar factory, to Henry Murray in 1820.The factory began to make a profit but tragedy struck when Mrs Watson and her son Ozzie were taken away by disease, leaving the Scotsman desolate. In 1899, the almost 90-year existence of the Burnley empire in Trinidad ended when Woodbrook was sold to the Siegert family, of Angostura fame.The sugar factory was demolished and the canefields laid out in lots for rent to a burgeoning coloured middle class.Located in the western section of Port-of-Spain, the capital of Trinidad, this community is best defined by its extremities: East - Colville Street (Lapeyrouse Cemetery); West - the Maraval River; North - Tragarete Road (the Queen's Park Oval); and South - Wrightson Road.It has 32 streets, with two roads and one avenue that connect it to the other parts of the city.
The lots were snapped up since there was a new respectability in the area.