in July Days of Old
July 1st 1267
Sir William Marmion pardoned by King Henry III;
July 1st 1795
Meeting at the House of
Mr George Bell re Enclosure and building of clough
July 1st 1859
Reynolds and Otter tendered a price of £992 17s for work on the Worlaby Rectory and its
offices, but the winning bid was A Stamp of Barton who tendered a price of £861.
July 1st 1873
In a case before the Lord Chief Justice, regarding the rates
liable (or not) on Read's Island, opinions as to whether Read's Island was nearer the Lincolnshire shore, the Yorkshire shore, or midstream of the Humber, whether it
was formed from soil washed away from the Yorkshire bank, and whether such an island had been intended to be rated under the Poor Laws, their Lordships decided that it in fact
belonged to the Parish of Winteringham, and was therefore liable for rates by the Parish.
July 2nd 1858
Mr Scarborough and his son were returning from
Winterton, down the Burgage road, the horse became unmanageable and ran onto an elevated causeway, pitching Mr Scarborough out of the gig, while his son jumped out
behind. The horse ran away down to the water-side, when the gig came in contact with a bridge, and broke the harness all to pieces. The horse was soon afterwards
captured. We are happy to say Mr Scarborough sustained but little injury.
July 2nd 1879
George Waddingham was found guilty of assaulting James Harrison
and was fined 10s with £1 13s 6d costs. George Burkill was fined for poaching, and then the farmer on whose land he had trespassed also successfully prosecuted
July 2nd 1880
The executors of the will of Charles William Burkill, (John Brumby and William Dawson) sued Edward Burkill junior, for the sum of £8, being
the value of a gun that they said rightly belonged to the estate. However, after listening to evidence from Charles Slingsby and Thomas Barratt the court found in favour
of the defendant, who had been given the gun.
July 2nd 1890
Mary Sensitive Preston, a widow from Winteringham, until recently living in Newark, came up before
Grimsby Bankruptcy Court. Although she had been left a substantial amount of money, she had paid the debts of her children. Case adjourned for one month.
July 3rd 1812
John Burkill (27) was drowned in the River Ouse in consequence of another vessel having run foul of his.
July 3rd 1905
William Day, 28,
labourer, married Blanch Barnaby 20. Fathers: Henry Day, Brickmaker, Ben Barnaby Farrier.
July 3rd 1907
Mrs Wyatt of Broughton opened a garden
fete and bazaar at Winteringham to wipe off the debt of the Church Tower Restoration Fund. Over £40 was raised.
July 4th 1880
Wesleyan Sunday School
treat at the Grange, with the children being conveyed there in Waggons, and carrying a good display of banners.
July 4th 1894
Winteringham Church Choir, plus
12 other took part in a choir festival at Scunthjorpe Parish Church.
July 4th 1899
Joseph Robinson advertised the smack "Nero" for sale. She
was 13 feet beam, 40 feet overall, with one small set net and bridle. She was suitable for Trent fishing.
July 4th 1905
Jabez Spencer was committed to
prison for 14 days after being found guilty of systematic begging in Scunthorpe High Street.
July 4th 1905
A public Inquiry into proposals to extend the NLLR
to Barton and Burton Stather via Alkborough was very well attended. The railway to Barton was agreed to with little opposition, and the railway to Burton received some
opposition, but if it could overcome this, would also be sanctioned.
July 5th 1826
Casey Drakes (or Drax) aged 20, from Frodingham, a farming servant, was
buried after drowning on July 2nd. This was the second drowning in the parish in 5 days; 1928: Garden Party at Rectory
July 5th 1878
At Winterton Petty
Sessions, John Warburton of Winteringham, was summoned by Sarah Sewell of the same village, with committing wilful and corrupt perjury in the case for an order in (paternity)
on 7th June. The opinion of the court was that there was insufficient evidence to put the accused on trial.
July 5th 1928
Garden Party at Rectory
July 6th 1300s
Fair on Feast of Thomas the Martyr;
July 6th 1726
Thomas Adam inducted by Rev Patteson of West Halton.
July 6th 1883
At Winterton Horse, Foal, Pig and Dog Show, Winteringham winners were: Setter bitch - First prize to A H Burkill; Best roadster foal - 3rd place to E Brumby;
July 6th 1886
Voting took place at Winterton National School for the (restricted number of) voters from Winterton and Winteringham. About 340 people voted out
of a total of 800 permitted to vote. Waldy won the seat for the Liberals.
July 6th 1928
The first trees cut down from the church yard were taken to the
July 6th 2006
A newsletter tells Winteringham people of the imminent temporary closure of the village shop.
July 7th 1300s
Feast of Thomas the Martyr;
July 7th 1876
At the show for the improvement of the breed of cart horses, held at Winterton on the 7th July, the stock by horses
out of Mr. Brumby’s stud took the following prizes:- Foals foaled before 1st May – 1st prize by Newstead; yearlings – 1st and 2nd prizes by Newstead, third
prize by Le Bon; two year olds – 1st and 2nd prizes by Newstead; extra stock by Newstead;
July 7th 1881
William Langfield of Brough, and Robert Brown
were drowned whilst sailing from Winteringham to Brough. An inquest held later in the month heard from R Bell, innkeeper of Winteringham, who said that he had been
called up at 1am by the deceased who asked if he had seen a Mr Appleby and his party. Mr Appleby had returned to Winterton, and both men left. It was a rough
night, and both men were sober, but had lost a sail when coming over from Brough. They were concerned that their friends would be anxious about them, so left to return
to Brough. The jury returned a verdict of "Found drowned."
July 7th 1958
Winteringham's Co-op herd of Friesians were sold for
July 8th 1300s
Fair on the Morrow of Thomas the Martyr
July 8th 1881
At Winterton Petty Sessions, an extension of time was granted to
the innkeepers of Winteringham from 10pm to 11pm on the 14th, 15th and 16th July on the occasion of the Annual Fair.
July 8th 1882
A cricket match at
Winterton between the team of that village and Winteringham resulted in a victory for the home side.
July 8th 1907
An announcement in the Hull Daily Mail
stated that the first passenger train on the NLLR (for Winteringham Sports) would leave Scunthorpe at 3:45 pm, and return from Winteringham at 10:30 pm.
July 9th 1799
William Robinson, grocer, linen-draper, dealer and chapman* declared bankrupt. *Chapman is an old term for a pedlar or merchant.
July 9th 1880
WESLEYAN SUNDAY SCHOOL. - Recently Mr Davey, of Goxhill, preached morning and evening, and in the afternoon Mr. Broughton of Winterton, addressed the scholars. The
services were much enjoyed by large congregations, and the collections were over £5. Subsequently the children had their annual treat at the Grange, being conveyed there
in wagons, and carrying with them a good display of banners, &c. Many of the parents and friends accompanied them, and had tea at the Grange, every possible
assistance being rendered them by Mr. And Mrs. Sewell to make the visit agreeable. The time after tea was spent in a variety [of] innocent recreations, in which old and
July 9th 1928
The National School closed, and the new school on School Road opened. The children walked three-abreast from the National
School to the new school carrying their books tied up with string.
July 10th 1936
The German airship Hindenburg flies over Winteringham on its fifth
transatlantic flight to USA.
July 11th 1851
An order for the removal of Robert Meggitt, described as a criminal lunatic pauper, to the parish of Winteringham
July 11th 1851
An advert for Miss Suter's School appeared in the Stamford Mercury: SIXTEEN GUINEAS per ANNUM, LIBERAL Board and a sound
English Education, combined with careful religious training and the comforts of home, for Young Ladies (number limited), in the healthful Village of WINTRINGHAM:
accomplishments equally low - Address Miss SUTER, Wintringham, near Barton on Humber. The Pupils will re-assemble on 22d JULY.
July 11th 1896
at Winteringham Sports were presented by the ex-Sherriff of Hull, Mr Newton, and his wife. An old man dressed in his best suit, entered the sports field and on hearing
the shouts of the crowd, exclaimed, "Well, what a gobblement!" The paddle steamer Isle of Axholme was so crowded at Hull for the journey to Winteringham, that
the captain cast off early. A large number followed on the "Sluice boat."
July 11th 1906
Henry Button was fined 7s 6d costs after being
spotted working a horse in an unfit state at Scunthorpe. Sergeant Page saw the pair of horses going past, stopped them and found one to be sore on the shoulder.
July 11th 1925
Last passenger train to Winteringham.
July 12th 1688
Thomas Bell's probate inventory includes 2 ferries and the lease of the
ferry valued at £100-2-0;
July 12th 1919
The Hull Daily Mail reported that there was a possibility of the village losing the Post Office, due to the
present sub-postmaster relinquishing the position due to insufficient remuneration. It was suggested that such an important village should be linked to the outside world
by telephone, and that the railway service should also be improved.
July 12th 2005
Winteringham Primary School production of Sherlock Holmes & the Rogues
Gallery plus Billy No-Buzz.
July 12th 2011
Winteringham named as one of the 10 best Lincolnshire villages by Lincolnshire Pride magazine.
July 13th 1855
George Pickersgill had been summoned to serve on the jury, but had intruded himself into the house of Mr Somers, and was lying on the floor in a helpless
state of drunkenness. Mr Cooper, constable, had to get assistance to carry him to gaol, and in court Mr Pickersgill stated the had got 2 or 3 threepennyworths "and
they put something in it."
July 13th 1888
The takes of Salmon between Ferriby Sluice and Winteringham were reported to be particularly good, with one
weighing 36 lb, and prices from 10d to 1s per lb.
July 13th 1895
Winteringham Sports, where £60 in prizes were awarded. There were cheap day excursions
from Hull Corporation Pier at 2pm, returning from Winteringham at 9:30pm
July 13th 1901
Cricket v Frodingham Reserves at Winteringham Fair. Winteringham
won by 45 runs to 30. Winteringham's batsmen were:
W Beacock 5
A Bell 2
C Waddington 0 (may be a misprint for Waddingham)
W Newbould 0
C Waterloo 3
J Barrett 0
J Otter 0
G Peacock 9
W Sutton 0
H Barrett not out 10
July 13th 1903
H Bray offered three cameras for
sale - cheap. They included a quarter-plate stand camera, a similar hand camera, and a "one guinea Kodak."
July 13th 1907
… First Train into Winteringham; the paddle steamers Atalanta and Isle of Axholme bring more visitors to Winteringham Sports; The Sports Committee gave two prizes
of 5s each to the holders of tickets numbered 1 and 77. Number 1 was held by Mr J Nicholson, and 77 by Mr T Watson, both of Scunthorpe.
July 13th 1925
Passenger trains to Winteringham cease from this day.
July 14th 1842 & 1900 (and previously)
Fair held under Charter from King John;
July 14th 1792
A notice had been placed in the Stamford Mercury on July 6th 1792 stating that a very large majority of the farmers and other principal householders of
Winteringham had decided not to continue the annual feast, normally kept on 14th and 15th July. Hawkers, pedlars and travelling tradesmen who would normally attend were
advised not to do so as they would not meet with the usual encouragement, nor must they expect the provision of stalls for their accommodation. Vagrants, strolling
beggars and ballad singers found in the town at the time may expect to be "taken up."
July 14th 1876
At the Winteringham Fair, Mr Dawson had a
splendid show of beef, there were bazaars, shows and shooting galleries for "the juveniles", and a quoit match took place between the professionals of Grimsby and
July 14th 1882
The Temperance Hall was opened at a public meeting addressed by Mr W. Brooks of Hull, and the Revs C Knowles and A L Greig, with meeting
chairman being Mr Lennard of Hull. The following day (a Saturday) another meeting was held, and on Sunday 16th July a serrmon was preached
July 14th 1893
old-established wheelwright's business was offered for immediate disposal by "Robinson" of Winteringham.
July 14th 1891
Winteringham lost a
cricket game to Barton Town by just 4 runs. The Winteringham batsmen were:
S Burkill 0
G Beacock 1
W Sutton 1
Bethuen not out
H Sutton 4
A Sewell 0
T Beacock 0
W Reed 5
July 14th 1900
Sports in Town End field. A record crowd
estimated at 3,000 attended, and the receipts amounted to £35. 190 entries were made into the various events, with prizes valued at £70 on offer. Two excursion
steamers came from Hull, and the Wrawby Band under Mr Twigg played selections on the field "but were unfortunately in competition with a steam organ." Mrs
Tindle presented the prizes. The events started late, due to the late arrival of the steamers from Hull.
July 14th 1905
Winteringham Fair included steam
July 14th 1906
The Winteringham Fair Rural Sports were held in Town End Field belonging to Mr H Burkill. The South Ferriby brass band played
selections. Football contest 6-a-side was won by T Waddingham, M Bell, W Burton, J Waterlow, T Button, and W Gibson. Other events included 100 yards handicap, High
jump, Quarter mile slow bicycle race, 50 yards sack race, Arithmetic race, Bicycle musical chairs, Ladies egg and spoon race, Obstacle race, Human barrow race, Bun-eating
contest for boys, and tug of war. [The bun eating winner was C Howden, one of the men on our war memorial]
July 14th 1907
A concert was given by the
Hull East Prize Silver Band
July 14th 1958
Winteringham's Co-op Farms (Manor House, and Mere Farm) plus other cottages etc were sold for £25,000.
July 14th 2005
Winteringham Primary School production of Sherlock Holmes & the Rogues Gallery plus Billy No-Buzz.
July 15th 1861
Winteringham beat South Ferriby in a two-innings game. It appears that Winteringham fielded three "ringers" from elsewhere - Curtiss and Kendall from
Winterton, and Scarbrough from Beverley! (This is reported as being counter to the agreements prior to the match!
Winteringham's batsmen were ...
Beacock 1 & 2
Scarbrough 0 & 0
Jackson 11 & 0
J C Burkill 4 & 6
W Kendall senior 1 & 0
W Kendall junior 0
J Burkill 4 &
Handson 0 & 0
July 15th 1871
Cricket: A match was played between the two clubs (eight of the Victorians and sixteen of the
Victorians (first innings)
George Bell, 7
Joseph Waddingham 19
Matthew Beacock, 23
Frank Bell, 1
Gill Hanson, 12
John Burkill, 28
Samuel Ashton, 17
Wanderers (first and second innings)
Cross Brumby, 0 & 0
Joseph Robinson, 9
Charles Burkill, 2 & 0
John Pickersgill, 2 & 3
Henry Burkill, 1 & 2
Cooper Slingsby, 7 & 4
George Waddingham, 0 & 1
[sic], 3 & 2
Thos. Green, 8 & 0
Edward Burkill, 0 & 0
William Rose, 2 & 5
Henry Gillott, 3 & 2
John Gillott, 0 & 0
Sep. Brumby, 0
Barr, 0 & 0
H. Burkill, 2 & 2
extras, 4 & 7
total, 43 & 31.
July 15th 1872
The partnership of J Pearson, and G Button,
brickmakers, was dissolved.
July 15th 1876
The Fair was held, painters and paperers presented the village with a gay appearance, and the grocers vied with one
another in decorating their windows. Mr Dawson had a splendid show of beef. There were bazaars, shows and shooting galleries, and a quoit match between the
professionals of Grimsby and Hull.
July 15th 1878
Winteringham hosted a cricket match versus South Ferriby, but lost. South Ferriby scored 43 and 60,
with Winteringham's reply being 24 and 56;
July 15th 1889
The 3rd annual athletic sports were held (a Monday) in the Town-End Field, lent by Mr Henry
Burkill. There were many spectators for the events which included pony racing, cycle and foot races, with expensive prizes. According to the report, Winteringham
Sports, though in its infancy, would be second to none in North Lincolnshire!
July 15th 1893
The annual fair and sports with an estimated crowd of 1,000, in a
field lent by Mr Burkill. Mrs Henry Grassby presented the prizes, and the Barton Excelsior Brass Band rendered the music during the evening. The races included one
mile, and 1½ mile bicycle handicap races, and 120 yard flat races, with horse and donkey races to finish off the evening.
July 15th 1895
An overcoat was lost
on board the "Winteringham boat Her Majesty," for which a reward was offered. Presumably she was returning to Hull from the Sports.
July 15th 1899
Cricket v Frodingham Res. Winteringham losy by 95 runs to 67. Winteringham's batsmen were:
W Barratt 0
J Robinson 3
J Gibson 15
A Barr 2
A Bell 0
H Barratt 4
W Beacock 3
M Beacock 0
H Smith 4
R Dawson 3
July 15th 1905
Winteringham lost at Cricket at
home to Normanby Park CC. Winteringham's batsmen were:
A Sutton 22
WW Sutton 6
H Sutton 14
W Beacock 8
J Beacock 1
G Waddingham 8
July 15th 1906
The Annual Orphan Fund Parade of the Frodingham Branch of the Amalgamated
Society of Railway Servants was held. Headed by the Scunthorpe Temperance Brass Band it visited Normanby, Burton, Alkborough, West Halton and Winteringham - where tea
was taken in the Temperance Hall. The parade finished in Winterton.
July 15th 1907
Regular timetabled passengers train service began
July 15th 1922
Winteringham Fair Charity Sports, with an excellent service of Progressive Motor buses from New Holland and Scunthorpe. The hon Sec was F Draper
(the National Schoolmaster).
July 15th 2006
Church Fete at the Old Rectory; Humber Bridge 25th Anniversary fireworks display visible from Winteringham
July 16th 1837
Charles Johnson of Winteringham, departs Sheerness, aboard the James Pattison, transported for seven years.
July 16th 1841
Packet reported: BROUGH FERRY. - This is one of the few remaining royal-chartered ferries, and is of very ancient origin, being situate upon the old Roman road from Lincoln to
York, or, if you please, from London to Edinburgh. It crosses the Humber from Wintringham, in Lincolnshire, to Brough on the Yorkshire side, at a distance of ten miles
due west from Hull, and 20 east of Selby. Brough is a station on the Hull and Selby Railway, where twelve mixed trains, with goods and passengers, call daily. The
journey to Selby is regularly performed within an hour, and that to Hull usually in something less than half that perod. We boast, in these days of strait [sic] lines on
railroads; and the Hull and Selby railroad, for eighteen miles west of Brough, presents we believe, as fine a specimen in this respect as is to be met with in England; but the
road from Wintringham to Lincoln silently hints that that which has been shall be, and where is there anything new under the sun? The distance from Wintringham to
Lincoln is thirty miles, without a curve or a turn; it is, however, in great part a broad green lane, which the newly-established steam-ferry at Brough is perhaps calculated
to mar the beauty of. The ferry in questions has a strong claim upon the Lincolnshire breeders.
July 16th 1874
William Wadd the blacksmith aged 50 was
in his shop in the morning, and whilst giving orders to his apprentice staggered and fell to the ground. He was placed in a chair and died in a few minutes. At an
inquest a week later at the Bay Horse, My Bennett the surgeon said that in his opinion, Mr Wadd died from a disease of the heart. Verdict: natural causes.
July 16th 1878
Winteringham hosted a cricket match v Alkborough. Scoring 61 in their first innings, Winteringham won by an innings and 15 runs.
Alkborough's scores were 19 and 27.
July 16th 1883
A flower, fruit, vegetable, poultry and rabbit show was held for the first time, in the Temperance
Hall. Mr Young's string band from Hull performed during the afternoon, and a successful concert was held in the hall in the evening. Winners included Mr
Sergeson, Rev Knowles, H Tuplin, W Reynolds, J Watkin, E Barr, R Taylor and J Wells. Winners in the cottagers class were S Thorp, F Reed, E Robinson, J Slingsby, E
Pickersgill, R Bratton, and J Naylor. Eggs: Mrs Spencer and Mrs J Robinson; Single Game Cock F Bell; Game hen: T Borrell; Game Bantam Cock: Pickersgill; Bantam Hen: F
Bell and J Wells; Brahma and cochin: J Naylor, G Thompson; Rabbits (any other variety class): G Pickersgill.
July 16th 1887
A newspaper article inspired by a
recent case of smuggling at Barrow Haven mentioned most of the villages along the south bank of the Humber in former times. It suggested that Winteringham Haven saw a
sensational cargo of tobacco successfully run from there nad carried east, south and west by waiting carts with swift horses.
July 16th 1891
The Fifth Amateur Athletic Sports at Winteringham was held from 5pm (a Thursday). The steamer "Her Majesty" left Hull pier at 1:45pm to sail
direct to Winteringham, and would return at 10:30pm. The fare was 1s.
July 16th 1936
Betty Fell (2) was rescued from a well by Stationmaster Mr R W
Barratt, Harry Button and Arthur Sanderson.
July 17th 1841
An advert placed the following Friday stated that a 2½ year old heifer had been lost this night
from a close in Winteringham Marsh. It was thought she had joined a drove of beasts which had crossed the Humber in the night going to some fair in the neighbourhood of
Boston. A handsome reward was offered by her owner Mr Scarborough!
July 17th 1863
Last week a match was played between the Winterton and Winteringham
clubs, on the ground of the former, which terminated in favour of Winterton with six wickets to fall. The batting of Messrs J. Burkill and Curtis was very effective,
especially that of the latter, who made some splendid hits, principally of threes and fours; his score in the first innings being equal to the first innings of the
Winteringham gentlemen. The weather being fine, added much to the enjoyment of the day. Subjoined is the score:-
C Burkill 3 and 10,
Burkill 0 and 2,
O Pickersgill 0 and 3,
G Pickersgill 6 and 11,
Jackson 3 and 1,
Judge 0 and 0,
Kendall 7 and 3,
Bell 3 and 10,
Slingsby 0 and 2,
Beacock 1 and 15,
Dent 3 and 1,
byes & c,
0 and 1,
total 26 and 59.
T Robinson 0 and 5,
Boston 9 and 0,
Curtis 26 and 4,
Stubbins 0 and 1,
Burkill 3 and 17,
G Robinson sen, 7 and 3,
Boards 0, Holmes 1,
Robinson, jun, 0,
total 55 and
July 17th 1871
Winteringham comfortably beat Winterton in a cricket match by an innings and 39 runs. Winteringham scored 91, and Winterton replied with
17, and 35. A cricket bat given by Arthur Burkill for the highest scorer for either team was won by Winteringham's George Pickersgill (19 runs).
July 17th 1874
An article on this date told of the recent erection of a two-light stained glass window in Winteringham Church in the South Aisle. The artists were
Morris and Company.
July 17th 1897
Winteringham Fair and Sports. The steamer Her Majesty left the Hull pier before the stated time as her licensed
number of passengers had been reached, and a large number were left behind. The East Hull Silver Prize Band played pieces on the voyage to Winteringham. The parade
at the Sunday church parade was also large and £2 10s was raised for Hull Royal Infirmary. Races included 120 yards, 440 yards, 1 mile flat races, obstacle race, and 1
and 2 mile cycle handicaps.
July 17th 1909
J Sharp of the Ferry Boat Inn advertised for a two-draw beer pump, and also advertised a large room to let for
July 18th 1785
The Manor of Winteringham and a freehold estate there was sold. The land for sale amounted to 2,422 acres. The sale was
at the house of George Bell, and the details in specially printed particulars.
July 18th 1905
The Hull Daily Mail had "heard from a trustworthy
source" that Lord Carrington had disposed of 14 acres of land at the Waterside, and also his rights as Lord of the Manor, at the Haven. The land was in two 7-acre
parcels - one each side of the Haven, with the boatyard being on one. The paper supposed the land was required for some steelworks, and the sale a direct result of the
making of the NLLR.
July 18th 1909
The annual Orphan Fund parade of the ASRS (Frodingham Branch) [Railwaymen] was held, headed by the Scunthorpe United Brass
Band. The parade left Market Hill in Scunthorpe at 12:30, and took in Normanby, Burton, Alkborough, West Halton, Winteringham (where a halt was made for tea) and
finished at Winterton at 8pm.
July 18th 1909
The Annual Hospital Sunday collections took place at the church on "Feast Sunday." The result was
£3 4s 7d in money, 103 eggs and 53 bunches of flowers. They were collected in church by the choirboys. The offerings were taken to Hull Royal Infirmary.
July 18th 1936
Winteringham Certificate of Redemption of Corn Rent
July 19th 1768
John Wesley wrote to Rev Thomas Adam.
July 19th 1880
Village Schoolmaster David Soanes was presented with a cricket bat, as he was about to leave the village;
July 19th 1884
A cricket match at Winteringham
saw the visitors, Appleby, bat first, scoring 66. In reply, Winteringham could manage only 55 runs. Top scorer for Winteringham was A Burkill who knocked 26, but
Appleby's Hutchinson hit a match-winning 41.
July 19th 1897
Hull Daily Mail
The annual fair and sports took place on Saturday, and again broke all
records as to entries and attendance. The trip down the Humber by Her Majesty, left the pier before the stated time on account of having her licensed number of
passengers aboard, and a large number was left behind. The East Hull Silver Prize Band was specially engaged for the occasion and played several splendid selections
during the run down to the delight of the passengers. The attendance at the Sunday church parade was also very large, the attraction being again the band. They
also attended the service and played a sacred selection during the collection, which was for the benefit of the Hull Royal Infirmary, and £2 10s will be handed over to that
institution. The Vicar (the Rev Mr Knowles) pleaded hard for the charities. A sacred concert was given by the band and another record was broken at the collection
which was given to the band. Mr Carlisle, the conductor, must be highly flattered at the reception he and his men received during their stay and at the encores they
received. The following were the winners at the sports:-
120 yards handicap (open) -
Heat 1: A Wardell, Newland AC 10¾; won by a foot; 12 3-5 sec.
Heat 2: J
Nutt, Hull, 4¾, and E Borrill, Keelby 9¼ dead heat; 12 1-5 sec
Heat 3: J P Clayton, Hull NERCC, 5¼, 1 foot; time 12¾
Heat 4: A Seymour, Kingston FC, 6½; 6 inches ½ time
Heat 5: W Adamson, Hull FC, 10½, 6 inches; time 12¾
Final: 1 Adamson; 2. Clayton; 3 Nutt; Won by 1 foot, same between second and third. Time 12 2-5
Half-Mile bicycle handicap (open) -
Heat 1: C Bates, Grimsby NCC, 72 yards, won by four lengths; time 1 min 24 2-5 sec
Heat 2: J Thomas Scunthorpe CC, 63,
three lengths; 1min 24 4-5sec
Heat 3: R Thornton Hull AC, 69, a length; 1 min 23 3-5sec
Heat 4: A Campbell, Hull RC, 87, 23 lengths; 1 min 23 2-5sec
Heat 5 (fastest):
1 W R Burrows Hull AC, 69, half a length; 1 min 23 1-5 sec; 2 T Hobson, Doncaster CC 63
Final: 1. Thomas; 2 Bates; 3 Hobson. Won by half a yard; same distance between
second and third. Time: 1 min 21 1-5sec.
Half Mile handicap (open): 1 B Brocklesby, Grimsby, 55 yards; 2 A Turner, Hull AC, 45 yards, 3 H Thompson, Springhead AC,
36 yards. Won by two yards, one yard between second and third. Time 2 min 4 2-5 sec.
One mile bicycle handicap (open) - 1 WR Burrows, Hull AC, 145; 2. T
Hobson, Doncaster CC 130; 3. R Thornton, Hull AC 150. Won by half a length; same distance between second and third. Time 2 min 47 4-5 sec. A grand
440 yards handicap (open) - 1. W Sharpe, Speedwell H, 23 yards; 2. F C Wingham, Hessle FC, 16 yards; 3. E Borrill, Keelby, 29 yards. Won by six inches; two
yards between second and third. Time 53 1-5sec.
Two miles bicycle handicap (open) - T Hobson, Doncaster, 200 yards; 2. W H Burrows, Hull AC, 250 yards; 3 C Bates,
Grimsby NCC, 260 yards. Good race. Time 5min 56 3-5 sec.
Obstacle race: 1 C Webb, West Hull FC, 2 J Sandwich, Hull
One mile flat race (open): 1 E J
Constable, Beverley RFC, 120 yards, 2. H Robinson, Brigg AC, 3. A Turner, Hull AC 90. Won easily. Time 4 min 33 3-5 sec.
The prizes, which were supplied by
Mr R Cheff Bird, the City Jeweller; Hull, were much admired.
July 20th 1783
Here lieth the body of John Westoby, of this parish, gent. who died Janry 4th
1827, aged 84 years. His charity to the poor from July 20th 1783, to the close of his life was the result of his devotion to God, for the sake of that which Christ had done
for his soul.
July 20th 1854
Wharton Ford, a solicitor from St Pancras married Winteringham farmer's daughter Louisa Hesseltine.
July 20th 1886
Winteringham man wins the title at Wimbledon! Yes .... and not the tennis - but the event with a huge prize of £250! The Gold badge of the NRA title was
won by Private Jackson, a Winteringham man aged 33, but at the time living and running a stationer's business in Grimsby.
July 20th 1912
A 12 year old
boy, Oliver Shearwood, was out with a local tradesman's cart in Winteringham, and after shutting a gate tried to get in the cart whilst it was in motion. He was
tangled in the wheel and sustained serious injuries to the arms, legs and feet.
July 21st 1879
Annual Fair included stalls, shooting gallery
roundabouts. There were THREE days of cricket! On this day Winteringham beat Ferriby .... twice. The first game was over so quickly when Winteringham won by
an innings and three runs, that a second was organised, with Winteringham winning easily again.
July 21st 1882
THE RECENT SUNDAY SCHOOL TREAT. The Rev C.
Knowles, dating from Winteringham Rectory, writes:- "You admitted into your issue of Saturday last an account of the Winteringham Church Sunday school treat, which
evidently emanates from no kindly spirit, and certainly proceeds from no one in authority in connection with the school. I trust, therefore, that you will allow me space
in your next to say that the limited attendance, so good-naturedly referred to, proceeded very much more from the wetness of the weather than the cause assigned by your own
July 22nd 1851
Miss Suter's School reassembled. It was a school for young ladies costing 16 guineas per annum, with liberal board
and a sound English education, combined with careful religious training and the comforts of home.
July 22nd 1875
Hamlet and Mary (nee Waddingham) Rogers
brought their daughter Kate Frances to Winteringham Church for baptism (they lived at 9, Croston Street, Stoke on Trent). Rev Knowles remarked that the child was almost
2 years old.
July 22nd 1879
The Winteringham Fair saw another cricket match, with Winteringham beating Alkborough, though the Alkborough men won many of the
events in a sporting contest later.
July 22nd 1939
Jenny Waddingham left Gate End
July 23rd 1860
The inmates of the house of Henry Burkill
Esq. Were awakened by someone trying to open a chamber window, and on search being made a man was just seen making his escape down a ladder, which had been taken from an
adjoining farm yard.
July 23rd 1879
The Third and final cricket match in the village sports was against Whitton, and as per two days earlier, a second match
was arranged after Winteringham won the first game easily. Winteringham won that one two - five victories in three days! About 600-700 people attended on each of
the three days.
July 23rd 1880
The Hull Packet commented on the presentation of a cricket bat to David Soanes, Schoolmaster: PRESENTATION;- On Monday Mr.
David Soanes, the National Schoolmaster, was presented with a valuable cricket-bat by the members of the cricket club. As an exponent of the game of cricket, no less
than as a schoolmaster, Mr. Soanes has won the golden opinions of all in this parish, and his approaching removal is viewed by all with regret.
July 24th 1724
Dr William Stukeley stayed at Winteringham.
July 24th 1863
The Stamford Mercury reported: Winteringham Fair: Winteringham Fair has been kept up right
joyously during the last week; good eating and drinking, singing and merrymaking seemed to be the order of the day. The best feature of these gatherings is the family
reunions which take place.
July 24th 1858
Mr H Burkill exhibited in the market room a few stalks of his beans taken out of one of his fields on Sluice
Road. The looked healthy and there was an average of 30 pods on each stalk. The potato crops are looking remarkably well with some growers offered £16 an acre, and
the harvest will start this week, looking more abundant than in recent years.
July 24th 1891
An auction was held at Mr Smithwaite's Shipyard Hull,
including 2 lower masts, 2 top masts (broken), 6 yards, 1 bowsprit, 1 jib boom and 2 small spars which were laid at Winteringham.
July 25th 1795
of Hawburgh (possibly Habrough), widower, married spinster Ann Watson. Blaze Pickersgill and William Harrison were witnesses to the marriage.
July 25th 1873
The Elementary Education Act of 1870 (which brought in compulsory education for all children) required a return of the school accommodation. Published on this
date, Winteringham National School was assessed as having room for 142 boys, girls and infants, and considered adequate for the parish.
July 25th 1887
police court Selina Kirby of Barrow charged the defendant, Alfred Waterloo a sailor of Winteringham Haven, with being the putative father of her illegitimate child. The
case had been adjourned at the insistence of the defendant's solicitor (who had since abandoned the case) and the two witnesses that were supposedly coming on behalf of
the defendant did not turn up. After some severe remarks, the bench made an order on Alfred to make a payment of 2s per week for 13 years, 10s to the midwife, and the
costs of the case.
July 25th 1905
Church School treat.
July 25th 1928
School photos were taken - the first at the new school just 16 days
after it opened. (See photos on history site).
July 26th 1904
John Thornton and his wife appeared in Hull Police Court, where the wife - Zilpha - sought
a separation and maintenance. The allegations against her were of adultery, specifically with an unnamed young man from Winteringham!
July 26th 1905
Wesley Guild went to Cleethorpes
July 26th 1907
Act passed confirming GC operation of NLLR
July 27th 1300s
A fair was held this day (the Eve
of the Feast of Mary Magdelene), and the two days after.
July 27th 1826
Hull Sessions: Ann Denton was charged, upon the oath of Christiana Bell, the wife of
Francis Bell, of Winteringham, in the county of Lincoln, farmer, and others, with having uttered and paid to her, the said C. Bell, one counterfeit half-crown, she the said
Ann Denton having at the same time one other half-crown and a counterfeit shilling in her possession. To be imprisoned twelve calendar months, and find sureties for her
good behaviour for two years.
July 27th 1831
GC Clarke's school reopened for the new term. 20 to 24 guineas per annum (depending on the age of the
pupil, with entrance 1 guinea. Washing and mending were another 2 guineas, and if the parents wished their sons to learn French from an approved master that was on the
usual terms. Only stationery and use of the globes attracted further cost, unless a pupil failed to bring a silver table spoon which would cost 5s for one in lieu.
A quarter's notice, or pay required, previous to the removal of a pupil. Among a list of referees was Rev Grainger.
July 27th 1838
Mercury reported on on-going litigation about rights of access at Winteringham Haven. In short, Mr Burkhill had a coal-yard at the Haven, but also set up one at the
public landing-ground, and put up a fence to prevent a new firm from landing coal there, blocking the public right of way.
July 27th 1857
In the evening, the
son of Mr Judge of Winteringham, who had entered Mr Hodson's School that very day, was swinging round a pole erected in the school-yard along with otherboys, when it broke
and hurt him very severely.
July 27th 1860
There is a man living in this parish, who has wheeled a barrow seven miles (Sundays excepted) for the past 30
years, and the same barrow has been used the whole of this time. (from the Hull Packet)
July 27th 1877
The Brigg and Winteringham Mail Cart was returning to
Brigg when the horse shied, fell, broke both its knees and knocked the front off the mail cart at Castlethorpe. Although the driver was pitched out, he was not seriously
hurt and was able to take the bags to Brigg.
July 27th 1882
At a meeting of the Humber Conservancy Board, it was reported that just one more payment was due
to be paid to Her Majesty's Office of Woods for the purchase of Read's Island by the Board.
July 27th 1896
A long letter in the Hull Daily Mail
complained of professional gamblers at Winteringham Sports earlier in the month, with men standing on boxes calling out the odds on various cyclists. He further
complained of bad language. He further suggested that the police present might have turned a blind eye to the roulette-table in full swing in the middle of the
July 27th 1901
Winteringham were comprehensively beaten at Winterton by 147 runs to 20. Winteringham's batsmen were:
W Sewell 0
H Bray 0
A Barr 3
A Sutton 5
W Sutton 0
T Waddingham 1
H Thorpe 0
July 28th 1300s
Fair on Feast of Mary Magdalene
July 28th 1828
GC Clarke's advert “Education at G C Clarke’s Academy, Winteringham, Brigg, Lincolnshire,
where young gentlemen are genteelly boarded and carefully instructed in Classical, Mathematical and Commercial Learning, on the Interrogative System.
G C Clarke, sincerely
grateful for all favours, informs parents and guardians that his Academy will re-open on 28th July for Board and Instruction in the following branches of Education:
The Latin and Greek Languages, Geography (ancient and modern), History, English, Grammar, Algebra, Arithmetic, Book Keeping, Land Surveying, Gauging, Reading, Writing,
For young gentlemen under 10 years of age, 20 guineas per annum.
Between 10 and 14 years of age, 22 guineas per annum.
Between 14 and 16 years of age, 24
guineas per annum.
Entrance 1 guinea, Washing and Mending 2 guineas.
French (by a Native of France) Entrance 10s 6d. Tuition 4 guineas.
No extra charges, except
for books and the use of the Globes”
July 28th 1871
William Carlisle was charged with having married Fanny Roulsby Sargant on 28th November 1870, when
his first wife, Bridget was still alive. He had married Bridget at Sheffield, on 17th June 1856, but left her after a month or two, and was under the impression that the
marriage was not a binding one. He had seen her frequently, and recently she had been living in the vicinity of Winteringham, where the girl Sargant lived! He was
found guilty of bigamy and sentenced to 2 months imprisonment.
July 28th 1882
This days' edition of the Hull Packet reported
GRAND CONCERT. - A few
evenings ago a most excellent concert of sacred and secular music was given in the New Hall, under the conductorship of Mr J.H. Green, by Dr J.H. Gibson and a numerous party
of ladies and gentlemen from Hull. It is the first time that so many of the choice productions of the great masters have been so well rendered in this
neighbourhood. To particularise any of the performers, where all were so good, would be invidious. We can only say that the crowded audience was delighted, and
that if the same artists honour this place with another visit, they may depend on having a full house and a most hearty welcome.
July 28th 1898
arrivals: The "Arthur" arrived from Winteringham, light (i.e. no cargo on board).
July 28th 1906
Winteringham won at Saxby scoring 124 against 47.
Winteringham's batsmen were:
J Beacock 2
A Sutton 9
G Burks 1
H Bray 14
W Barratt 22
H Sutton 7
W W Sutton 4
L Sutton 21
C Clayton 20
H Smith no 0
Bowling: A Sutton took 4 wickets for 0 runs in his first over, and H Sutton took 6 for 19!
July 28th 1928
July 29th 1300s on
Fair on Feast of Mary Magdalene
July 29th 1819
Mrs Naylor's school for young ladies re-opened for
the new term
July 29th 1881
The Hull Packet reported that nearly all the poplar trees in the village had died, due to the severe winter
July 29th 1881
The Hull Packet reported that Mr R Jarvis had had a narrow escape at the recent fair when he was hit by a swing boat, and was much stunned.
July 29th 1885
The Annual School Treat was held in the Rectory grounds. Many of the parishioners sat down to a comfortable tea in the coach house.
July 29th 1898
"Arthur" a keel based at Selby - arrived from Winteringham, light.
July 29th 1904
E Bray offered a dark brown pony for sale, a
splendid trapper! (Ed: pony for a pony and trap!]
July 29th 1927
Robert Clark, a labourer of Winteringham was fined £2 2s after posing as a Hull
Solicitor in Scunthorpe. He blamed drink for his offence.
July 29th 1929
Enid Burkill and Bernard Hodlin were awarded Lindsey Junior
July 30th 1858
The Hull Packet reports that a cricket club is at last formed in the village and 30 men practise each night between 6pm and
July 31st 1905
The Church Choir sent to Cleethorpes
July 31st 1917
KIA William Earl, the son of Amos and Dinah Ellen Earl, died on 31st
July 1917, aged 30. He was a private in the Lincolnshire Regiment, 2nd Battalion, and is commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.