British antiquary and collector. Curate at St Botolph without Bishopsgate 1851-8. Rector at St Pauls West Hackney 1872. Member the Society of Antiquaries of London, the Linnean Society and the Royal Society of Literature (sat on council 1855-73).
A founding member of the London and Middlesex Archaeological Society (LAMAS) and In December 1855 gave an address at its first meeting explaining its objectives.
At A History of the Cries of London, by Charles Hindley we learnt that Hugo was a collector of the Cries of London.
This portrait comes from the Transactions of the London and Middlesex Archaeological Society, Vol V where it is captioned: "In Memoriam. THE REV. T. HUGO, M.A., M.R.S.L., F.L.S., AND V.P. Of THE LONDON AND MIDDLESEX ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY." His death was quite unexpected. We hope you agree that either Hugo had a strangely-shaped head, or the artist, JS, was not very good.