in August Days of Old
Notice is hereby given that a ferry boat belonging to Winteringham Ferry, is kept at Ferriby Sluice, for passengers and stock, and sails every day to
Brough three hours before high water, and returns from Brough to Ferriby Sluice at High Water, Winteringham 1st August 1810.
Winteringham Church Sunday School took advantage of the Burton Flower Show being held in Normanby Park. The day was warm and bright as the
children, accompanied by their teachers and several parents were transported there by "conveyances" belonging to Messrs Bates and Thornton.
There were sports, games and donkeys, tea and other refreshments.
1st August 1922
The Swell, the admiralty steam drifter built at Winteringham, was
registered at Grimsby under the name of Silvernight, fishing number GY 138.
2nd August 1868
Funeral of Joseph Drury. He had been drowned in the
River Ouse in an attempt to rescue his sister's child who had fallen overboard.
2nd August 1905
William Chambers was spotted by
Winteringham's PC Credland, using a waggon without his proper name being painted on it - instead the painted name was that of Jeckells. Mr Chambers
was fined 2s 6d, with 4s and 6d costs.
2nd August 1919
3rd August 1804
Letter HK White to Benjamin Maddock: My days
flow on here in even tenor. They are, indeed, studious days, for my studies seem to multiply on my hands, and I am so much occupied with them, that I am
becoming a mere bookworm, running over the rules of Greek versification in my walks , instead of expatiating on the beauties of the surrounding scenery.
Winteringham is indeed now a beautiful place: the trees are in full verdure, the crops are browning the fields, and my former walks are become dry underfoot,
which I have never known them to be before. The opening vista, from our church-yard, over the Humber, to the hills, and receding vales of Yorkshire assumes a
thousand new aspects. I sometimes watch it at evening, when the sun is just gilding the summits of the hills, and the lowlands are beginning to take a
browner hue. The showers partially falling in the distance, while all is serene above me; the swelling sail rapidly falling down the river; and not least
of all, the villages, woods and villas on the opposite bank, sometimes render this scene quite enchanting to me; and it is no contemptible relaxation, after a
man has been puzzling his brains over the intricacies of Greek choruses all the day, to come out and unbend his mind with careless thought and negligent
fancies, while he refreshes his body with the fresh air of the country.
3rd August 1908
An advert appeared in the Hull Daily Mail offering rough or
broken slag screenings for road, concrete, etc in large or small quantities. It was placed by the Leeds Contract Company at Winteringham. The point
of interest being that the Leeds Contract Company was involved in building the railway to Winteringham.
3rd August 1924
4th August 1840
Serious accident aboard the Three Sisters - a sloop from Winteringham - a purchase man was shifting a heavy piece of oak
which fell on him, and 'smashed his brains out'.
4th August 1887
The annual treat for the Church Sunday School was to the Alkborough
Hills. Josiah Robinson and Mr S Bates kindly loaned a waggon and large van to convey the children and many members of the congregation to Kell Well on
the Hills. There was an ample tea and the helpers entertained the children in a number of ways.
4th August 1899
The Lincolnshire Chronicle reported
that plans for the North Lindsey Light Railway had been amended, and instead of two spurs for the railway to enter the village, a curve had been
substituted. No main roads would be crossed, and the revised plan had been accepted.
4th August 1928
Sidney Roberts of Hull was suddenly thrown
from his motorbike in Low Burgage and rendered unconscious. First aid was rendered by people living nearby, and Dr Baker from Winterton examined him and
discovered he had injured a hip bone.
5th August 1898
The Highways Committee of Lindsey County Council considered plans for three railways including
the NLLR between Scunthorpe and Whitton, with branches to Winteringham, Winterton and Alkborough. They authorised a sub-committee to formulate their
objections, and were also of the opinion that the sum estimated for the construction was inadequate.
5th August 1908
At Scunthorpe Magistrates Court,
a Winterton man was alleged to have cruelly ill-treated a pony at Winteringham. The case for the prosecution suggested that the pony had first been taken
to the Bay Horse, then to a passageway at The Ferry Boat Inn, where it was alleged to have been struck several times by the defendant. However, another
witnessed claimed he saw the horse being chased by two other horses which bit and licked the pony, explaining the marks on the back. The case was
5th August 1961
Winteringham featured in the Lincolnshire Times.
6th August 1864
Four-year-old Susannah Barratt was buried this
day, the 17th and final victim of Scarlet Fever to run through the village. Apart from George Henry Ashley (17), and Miriam Hewson (12), they had all
been 7 years old or (in most cases) much younger.
6th August 1919
Seven Youths were charged with a brawl at Winteringham at 10:30 pm on this
day. Two of them stated that they weren't near the singers, nor were they singing. PC Hutchinson said that he had warned most of the defendants
before, and on this occasion he heard them a quarter of a mile away, in Silver Street. They were all fined between 2s 6d, and 7s 6d when they appeared at
court a month later.
7th August 1885
The annual school treat was held in the Rectory grounds on Thursday last week. The day was all that could
be desired, and the children appeared to thoroughly enjoy themselves. Many of the parishioners sat down to a comfortable tea in the Rectory
8th August 1761
John Wesley preached at Winterton; We do not have any record of him preaching at Winteringham, but he corresponded with
Rev Adam, and also refers to other people in Winteringham in those letters.
8th August 1828
SERIOUS OUTRAGE.- The following has been
transmitted to us by a correspondent :- “A serious occurrence, to which I was an eye-witness, took place on Friday the 8th inst. at
Wintringham. Three men, a father and two-sons, named Pickersgill, who bear an indifferent character, entered the village about six o’clock in the
evening, in a state of intoxication, and commenced quarrelling with the inhabitants. After the three had been fighting with some persons for a short time, the
father, finding their antagonists getting the better of them, ran up to his house, a distance about 200 yards, swearing he would shoot two of the inhabitants,
and the constables who had interfered for the preservation of the peace. He was seen to charge his gun, after which he returned down the street. One of the
constables, and several inhabitants, endeavoured to wrest the weapon from him to prevent mischief. Finding himself overpowered, he cocked the piece and fired.
There were at the time nearly 200 persons assembled. The shot struck the ground and rebounded, wounding a woman and her daughter who were standing at their own
door, and a girl and boy, the latter of whom is considered to be in some danger, he having received three shots in his body. The rage of the populace was
powerfully excited at this desperate act; they seized the gun and dashed it to pieces, and could scarcely be restrained from executing summary vengeance upon
its owner. He was however handcuffed and placed in a situation of security during the night, and on the following morning conveyed to Burton.” Our
correspondent adds that, after an investigation into the particulars of the case, the magistrate, Sir Robert Sheffield, committed the prisoner for a limited
period to Kirton house of correction, in consequence of one of the inhabitants stating that he considered his life in danger from his violence. The two sons,
who had also been in custody were released. It is said that the parishioners of Winteringham are determined to bring the affair to trial at the sessions.
8th August 1907
The Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway told the Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser that it had happily secured
favourable facilities at Winteringham, without the need for the cost of Parliamentary opposition.
9th August 1885
The annual flower service was held
at the Church. Many posies were presented, and a sermon given by REV W A Taylor of Roxby. The flowers were sent to the sick at Hull General
9th August 1895
A front bedroom and sitting room with piano, were to let for reasonable terms at Waterside House.
The records of the Quakers Minutes states: John Dent gives account to Friends of this Meeting of some dishonesty by theft comited by Mary Champion of
Winteringham in order to have there advice about her this Meeting appoints Mary Frow & Anne Sharp to deall with her & know if shee be willing to give
forth a testimony against herself, for such her evill doeings, for clearing Truth & Friends & bring in her answer to next Monthly Meeting.
Garden party at Rectory.
11th August 1829
An advertisement was placed in the newspaper re the sale of the Mill following the death of
the current miller (Ralph Shaw). The mill had five floors, regulating sails, three pair of stones, two cylinders, corn screen, bolting mill, and included a
Dwelling-house adjoining the same, with the spacious Granary (convertible into a Malt-kiln), Meal Shop, Stabling for 8 horses, Cow -house, Cart Shed, Piggery,
11th August 1863
At Sutton on Derwent, Rector of Winteringham, Thomas Rudston Read, officiated at the marriage of William Fielding
Harding (son of the late Rev Henry Harding) and Louisa, eldest daughter of Rev George Rudston Read of Sutton in Derwent. At the same time and place, Rev
Read also conducted the wedding of Frederic Steward, to Georgiana, third-daughter of Rev George Rudston Read!
11th August 1900
The Sarah sailed from
Goole, light, for Winteringham. Captained by Harry Sweating she was of 43 tons.
11th August 1937
Alice Arnfield, a Winteringham married mother
of seven children, was bound over for two years and placed on probation for stealing a dress, three towels, and a tablecloth from Scunthorpe public
12th August 1808
The Rev Francis Swann was empowered to hold the rectory of Winteringham, together with the vicarage of Kirton, in the Parts
12th August 1883
Flower service in the Parish church in place of usual evening service. The 100 bouquets were sent to the Hull
Royal Infirmary and the Children's Hospital.
12th August 1896
Tinkle Brewery sold for £270.
12th August 1905
New mill chimney smoked
for the first time.
13th August 1892
Cricket v Roxby: Roxby won by an innings and six runs.
Winteringham's batsmen were:
J Burkill 1 &
W Barratt 0 & 13
C Hall 4 & 1
J Gibson 0 & 3
B Bickell 5 & 2
M Reed 1 & 18
M Bromby 0 & 5
A Barr 0 & 0
Smith 0 & 3
C Waddingham 0 & 0
W Beacock 0 & 1
Extras: 5 & 4
Total 16 & 50.
13th August 1896
annual Church Sunday School Treat was held in the Rectory Gardens. The children sat down to tea at 4pm. The teachers, and many of the congregation
also sat down to tea once the children had finished. Afterwards there were races, scrambling, etc. The party dispersed at 9 pm, after the children
had sung several hymns and given three hearty cheers for those who had provided the treat and entertainment.
13th August 1906
H Waddingham offered
the ketch Hebron for sale. It carries 100 tons to sea, with all stores, sails, lying in Winteringham Haven.
14th August 1813
was drowned in the Humber. His body was not washed up until 27th October that year, dressed like a sailor. Unidentified at first, but later
identified as Augustus Wardle.
14th August 1907
"L AND Y" RAILWAY ENTERPRISE
FURTHER OUTLET ON THE HUMBER
What the future of
Winteringham on the Humber, will be it is perhaps at the present moment difficult to forecast, though now, thanks to the enterprise of the Lancashire and
Yorkshire Railway Company, which work a railway between Scunthorpe, near Frodingham, Lincolnshire, and the port, it now seems fraught with boundless
possibilities. If the port is not so well known as Goole or Hull it has just as many advantages in that it has fine deep water suitable for a quay and
wharfage, and will form an excellent additional outlet to meet the ever growing requirements of the company. From the merely local point of view
Winteringham has also the advantage of being in close proximity to a district, Frodisham [sic .... should be "Frodingham"], rich in deposits of iron
ore. As already known, a scheme was formulated some time ago by the Lancashire and Yorkshire Company to lay a railway direct from Fockerby, over the
Trent to Winteringham, but ultimately this scheme was abandoned owing to certain opposition. In connection with this Sir George Armytage's statement
at the half-yearly meeting of the company may be recalled.
Negotiations took place, with the happy result that we are able to obtain favourable
facilities for dealing with our traffic without incurring the expense of making a new railway.
Though the secret has been studiously kept the favourable
facilities undoubtedly refer to the working of this railway from Scunthorpe. When it is well known that the "L and Y" is a gigantic
steamship-railway carrying company, having twenty five vessels at its disposal sailing to many of the Continental ports, Winteringham as well as the other
ports will no doubt be able to cope with the ever increasing traffic of the North of England.
15th August 1802
Edward Clarvis, parish clerk, died at
the moment he said "Amen" at the close of a marriage ceremony in Winteringham church.
15th August 1814
The boat "Wintringham"
arrived in Leeds from Winteringham, under captain Johnson!
15th August 1883
Sale of work held in Rectory Gardens in aid of Church Funds. A
large tent was erected in front of the Rectory in the flower garden. The refreshments were served in one of the outbuildings, presided over by Mrs
Chapman of Coleby Hall, Mrs Joseph Burkill and Mrs Robert Burkill of Winteringham. The inclement weather was responsible for a lower turn out than
anticipated with the result that several items went unsold. These will be disposed of in a sale in the schoolroom at Christmas.
New owners of Winteringham Fields - Colin and Rebecca McGurran take over from Germaine and Annie Schwab.
16th August 1849
On Thursday the
16th inst., Mr John Sargeant, master of the keel Victoria, of Blacktoft, after taking in a cargo of cliff stone at Hessle, in proceeding to his destination,
Yokefleet, in consequence of the ebbing of the tide brought up in the Brough roads on Thursday: whilst there he ate a very hearty dinner, but between five and
six o'clock he was attacked with cholera, which in a short time became so severe that it was thought advisable to have him conveyed to his residence at
Newport, where the best medical aid was procured (Mr. H. J. Raines of that place, was in immediate attendance), and the most prompt and anxious attention was
paid to his case, and every means used for his restoration, but without the desired effect, as he expired a little after one o'clock on Friday morning,
after suffering the most excruciating pain. He was very greatly respected by his employers, Messrs. Grasby and Reynolds, and a numerous circle of friends
and relatives. He was the youngest son of the late Captain George Sargeant, of Wintringham, near Barton, Lincolnshire, and was in the 31st year of his
16th August 1883
DAWSON'S DEFALCATIONS.- At a meeting of the Brigg Board of Guardians on the 16th, a letter was read from Mr Jabez Spencer,
overseer of the poor for the parish of Winteringham, requesting the guardians to allow the last payment of the union call to be put off until the 29th
September, stating as his reason for the application that the defalcations of Mr Wm. Dawson, who recently absconded, had made dreadful work among the small
farmers in the parish. The application was granted, the Chairman remarking that he knew that a number of small farmers had suffered heavy losses through
Dawson. - It is alleged that some of the frauds committed by Dawson were of a most ingenious and impudent character, and that he actually broke open his
children's money boxes, and in place of the several pounds which he abstracted he left in them some worthless cheques. It is also rumoured that he
was seen in Winterton on Wednesday night, and at Doncaster on Thursday, when it was supposed that a warrant was out for his arrest, but there is a strong
feeling in the district that no effort has been made to secure him. The girl who is supposed to have accompanied him it is said still corresponds with
her friends. We were erroneously informed last week as to the last text from which he preached before his absconding. It is the latter part of the
1st verse of the 63rd chapter of Isaiah. The delinquent possessed a remarkable memory, and has long been known as a pulpit plagiarist.
At Winterton Petty Sessions, five people from Winteringham were summoned by Mr J Kendall for neglecting to send their children to school. One was
fined 5s (including costs) and attendance orders made on the others.
16th August 1895
It was reported in the Hull Daily Mail of
16th August 1895, under the heading "Patents sealed" ... "H Grassby, Winteringham, Lincolnshire, for bottle washing machinery."
Miss Dudding's House was struck by lightning, and the large coping stones, chimney pot and several tiles were dislodged, but no damage was
done to the interior.
17th August 1809
Lucy Waddingham, wife of George, died. Lorenzo Grainger noted - "Abortion."
Victory over Appleby
Winteringham beat Appleby at cricket by 57 runs to 35.
Winteringham's batsmen were:
J Otter 5
H Sutton 0
A E Parnwell 28 no
A Sutton 10
L Sutton 2
E Routh 0
S Dawson 0
G Harrison 3
B Sutton 1
WW Sutton 0
17th August 1941
A bomb from a German plane fell on Cowgangs, blowing out the large transept window in the Church, which was replaced 70 years
18th August 1777
'Adam's Gift' (Charity) set up, with £100, for the poor. Along with bequests from other generous residents
of the village, it usually gave £12 in money and coals to the poor.
18th August 1781
Second notice (of intended release from Lincoln gaol) for Ann
Reeder, widow, formerly of Winteringham, late of Winterton, published in the London Gazette
18th August 1887
Henry Burkill took John Brumby to court
for the non-payment of £10 18s 6d from the estate of the late Charles Burkill. John Brumby pleaded the statute of limitations. It appears that
William Dawson (infamous at the time for absconding and owing a great deal of cash to Winteringham farmers) who was executor of Charles Burkill along with John
Brumby, had paid some money to Henry Burkill, and therefore it was alleged that this overcame the statute of limitations. However, John Brumby knew
nothing of this, and the judgement was given in his favour.
19th August 1668
The inventory of Matthew Edwards included the two most valuable items
... in the shope lether dresed and undresed, valued at £5-4s, and horse skenes and cepes undresed valued at £8-15s.
19th August 1835
Journal included "in Wintringham, the tomb and effigy of Sir Walter Scott's hero "Marmion" are still to be seen.
Ex-Winteringham man Charles Johnson (transported to Australia) gained his certificate of freedom in Australia.
19th August 1857
Christopher Robinson, miller of Winterton, was accidentally killed in Winteringham when run over by his own cart.
19th August 1870
At Winterton Petty
Session, Francis Robinson, Thomas Barratt and Edward Burkill were summoned by PC Christopher for drunk and riotous conduct. They admitted the offence and
were fined 5s each with 9s 6d costs.
19th August 1881
Jabez Spencer was summoned under the Highways Act for having a waggon wheel locked when
descending a hill, and not having a shoe or skidpan underneath it contrary to the bye-laws. Fined 5s and 9s 6d costs.
19th August 1898
Mrs W W
Sutton of Eastfield Farm advertised for a general (strong) wanted at once. Must be able to help with washing and ironing, no milking. [general=
19th August 1902
H Bray advertised for a treadle saw in good condition - stating lowest price!
19th August 1907
signed by "North Lincolnshire" to the editor of the Hull Daily Mail, pointed out that steamboats trading to Goole were now using the channel south of
Read's Island, and that they moved at such speed as to cause damage to the havens and inlets at South Ferriby and Winteringham. The author of the
letter pointed out that these same boats had to "slow up" when in the Ouse .... and was there anyone in authority to impose such a restriction on
boats in the Humber?
20th August 1868
An inquest held at the Bay Horse on the body of Thomas Gallayhir of Hull, who was accidentally drowned at Hull
on 28th July by the upsetting of a boat, had been picked up on Winteringham shore in a very decomposed state, but was identified by his friends.
Diarist: Railway lines being placed in Cliff.
20th August 1930
Ernest Burton (Button?) a farmer of Winteringham, was fined £5 for
riding a motorcycle without lights and failing to stop at a constable's signal.
21st August 1880
National Schoolmaster David Soanes and his
sister the Schoolmistress, were presented with a timepiece and a cut glass biscuit canister, watched by more than 300 people on the cricket field.
WINTERINGHAM SERVICE OF SONG. - On the evening of 21st ult. [August 21st] a service of song on "The Pilgrim's
Progress" was rendered in a very hearty manner by the Primitive Methodist choir from Frodingham. The proceeds, which were not very large, go to the
benefit of the Temperance Society,
21st August 1891
A Barr of Winteringham advertised he was a married man, and was looking for a situation as a
House Porter, Caretaker, or any place of trust. He stated he was a life abstainer.
21st August 2005
Graham Boanas walks across the
21st August 2006
Former Winteringham Fields waiter Corporal Bryan Budd killed in Afghanistan.
22nd August 1845
(carpenter) account to Manor Farm: 13 stack poles 15/6d
22nd August 1901
The body of William Coulson, aged about 22, had been found on the river
bank, and was ordered to be buried at Winteringham by the Coroner, after an inquest.
23rd August 1821
Buried at Winteringham A body found in the
Humber, thought to be the son of M Atkinson, master of a sloop.
23rd August 1906
Earl Carrington and wife visited Winteringham, called on his tenant
farmers, paid a visit to Edmund Cordeaux. Parishioners hung out flags and church bells were rung.
23rd August 1907
A journalist on the Hull
Daily Mail reported that they had had a trip to Winteringham "the other day" on the railway, which skirted the hills all the way and the scenery was
very pretty. They suggested that Winteringham was worthy of a visit in its own rights, and it only required an enterprising individual to open some
refreshment rooms to make it a popular half-holiday resort for jaded and tired Scunthorpians.
24th August 1845
Mr Reynolds (carpenter) account to
Manor Farm: 2 new ladders painted twice 1/9d.
24th August 1936
Pulling down Bay Horse Barn
24th August 1937
Electric light switched
25th August 1823
Money borrowed from Mr Evington of East Halton to build new Chapel.
25th August 1883
Narrow defeat to Appleby, by 64
runs to 67.
S Burkill 8
A Burkill 5
G Barker 12
W Sutton 2
T Robinson 11
H Sutton 2
F Parkinson 1
B Bickell 13 no
T Robinson 3
A Bell 2
25th August 1886
Rev Charles Knowles appeared at Grimsby Bankruptcy Court. He had
liabilities of £1,280, and assets of £521. He stated that his income had been £800 a year, but had now fallen to £600, and his household and personal
expenses amounted to £700. He was to be allowed £300 a year, with the other £300 income being used to discharge his liabilities.
The Hebron arrived in Hull Victoria Docks from Winteringham
25th August 1945
A grant of £35,800 was to be made by the Ministry of Agriculture
for work to check the erosion of the South Bank of the Humber at Winteringham.
26th August 1823
Mr Mennel was paid £207-16s for building the new
chapel in Low Burgage, whilst on the same day Thomas Spilman of Winteringham loaned £50 to the chapel to help fund its building.
26th August 1909
Highway Committee of Brigg Rural Council had toured the area in a char-a-banc. The roads were good, with the exception of the Ferriby to Winteringham
Road. Mr A A Spilman suggested that a new road should be built further inland. The road had improved with the use of ironstone slag placed on the
bank, though that did not prevent the road being submerged in high spring tides. The Humber Conservancy had suggested stopping [closing] the narrow
channel between Read's Island and the mainland, which would solve the problem.
26th August 1922
The Hull Daily Mail reported that Martha Robinson
applied for possession of a house occupied by John Beacock [i.e. to eject John Beacock from a house she owned]. The defendant claimed that he was
entitled to a quarter's notice, but the judge made an order to take effect in 21 days. Martha also applied for possession of a butcher's shop and
premises from Arthur Ogg, who had in any case vacated the premises. The amount owed in rent was in dispute, and also for the cost of meat supplied and
not paid for. In each case the judge found in favour of Mr Ogg. Mrs Robinson persisted in her denial of owing so much for meat supplied, and
eventually the judge threatened to have her removed to the cells!
26th August 1930
Diarist noted that it had now rained for 26 days!
The probate inventory of Thomas Oyle, shoemaker, included 3 pair of new shoes with a pcell of new leather and other implements belonging to the
shop. The largest debt he was owed was by the Rector - for whom hay and harvest work done last year amounted to £1-7s.
27th August 1908
Thornton, farmer, summoned Dawson Green for wilful damage to growing wheat and grass. Mr Green had admitted fetching reeds both this year and last, and
he had had permission to do so last year. Mr Thornton said the reeds belonged to the Humber Conservatives [Humber Conservancy]. He had not given
the defendant commission [permission!] to get them. The defendant was fined 2s 6d, damage 10s and costs, or 14 days.
27th August 1909
building of a sea wall fronting the GCR land on the east side of the Haven had just been completed using 650 tons of slag.
27th August 1917
offered a good donkey, cart and harness for sale.
27th August 1953
Lord Noel Buxton walked across the Humber, having a ride in a boat at the far side
across the deep-water channel. Walking the rest of the way, the water apparently never came above his knees, and he made shore between Whitton and
Winteringham, before heading off to the Bay Horse to clean up.
28th August 1852
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, by MESSRS. MORLEY and SON, at the Bay Horse
Inn, in Winteringham, in the County of Lincoln on SATURDAY, the 28th August, 1852, at Four o'Clock in the Afternoon, in the following Lots, and subject to
such Conditions of Sale as shall be then and there produced, all that the REMAINDER or REVERSION EXPECTANT, on the decease of a Lady aged 85 Years, of and in
LOT 1.- All that MESSUAGE or DWELLING HOUSE, with the Yard, Garden, Orchard, and Outbuildings thereto adjoining and belonging, situate in the Town Street
in Winteringham aforesaid, in the occupation of Mrs. Ann Tomlinson; bounded by Land of John Westoby on the East, Lands of Lord Carrington and Mrs. Clarke on
the West, on other Lands of Lord Carrington on the North, and on the Town Street aforesaid on the South.
LOT 2.- And of and in all that ALLOTMENT or Parcel
of LAND, lying in the Marsh of Winteringham aforesaid, containing 5A. 0R. 1P. (be the same more or less), in the occupation of Mr. James Sewell; bounded by
Land of Mrs. Barratt on the South, Lands of Mr. Hardy Barratt on the North, Lands of Mr. William Marshall on the East, and an Occupation Road on the
The above Premises are respectively Copyhold of the Manor of Winteringham.- Fine small and certain.
The respective Tenants will shew [sic] the
Premises, and further Particulars may be known on application to
Messrs. LEVETT & CHAMPNEY, Solicitors.
Hull, 4th August, 1852.
TO BE SOLD BY
AUCTION, by MESSRS. MORLEY and SON, at the Bay Horse Inn, in Winteringham, in the County of Lincoln on SATURDAY, the 28th Day of August, 1852, at Four
o'Clock in the Afternoon, in the following Lots, and subject to such Conditions of Sale as shall be then and there produced, all that the REMAINDER or
REVERSION EXPECTANT, on the decease of a Lady aged 85 Years, of and in -
LOT 1.- All those TWO COTTAGES or DWELLING HOUSES, with Gardens, Stable, and
Outbuildings thereto belonging, situate in Winteringham aforesaid, in the respective occupations of Edward Clarvis and John Atkinson; bounded by Land of John
Scarbrough on the East, Land of Mrs. Atkinson on the West, Silver street on the North, and Lands of Lord Carrington on the South.
LOT 2.- And of and in all
that Allotment or Parcel of LAND, lying in the Marsh of Winteringham aforesaid, containing 5A. 0R. 10P. (be the same more or less), in the occupation of Mr.
Robert Snowden; bounded by Land of Lord Carrington on the East, Land of Samuel Brooks on the West, the Marsh Drain on the North, and Land of the Rev. T.F.R.
Reade [sic] on the South.
The above Premises are respectively Copyhold of the Manor of Winteringham.- Fine small and certain.
The respective Tenants will
show [sic] the Premises; and further Particulars may be known on application to
Messrs. LEVETT & CHAMPNEY, Solicitors.
Hull, 4th August,
28th August 1885
Henry Day was fined 6d and 4s 6d costs for not sending his daughter Rosamond to school. There was one case of swine
fever on the premises of Robert Bratton, and the one affected pig had been killed and buried.
28th August 1909
New section of sea wall
28th August 1909
An advert in the Hull Daily Mail threatened prosecution of anyone trespassing on the farms in the occupation of
Messrs W Sutton, H Sutton, G Clarke, T Barratt and Storm and Beacock.
28th August 1930
Councillor Barraclough Of Winteringham told
Brigg Rural Council that they should do all in their power to support the proposed Humber Bridge. He recalled that during his "sweethearting
days" he was stuck for the whole of Christmas Day waiting on New Holland Pier for his girl to come across the Humber.
29th August 1859
Agnes Erskine, the sister of Louisa Read (wife of the Rector) was married in Winteringham Church to Robinson Fowler a Barrister and magistrate in
Manchester. His first wife had run off with a Duke's son, according to a diarist from Alkborough!
29th August 1906
A Winteringham man
appeared before Scunthorpe Magistrates and pleaded guilty to being drunk on licensed premises on August 4th. The Chairman said that he had 27 previous
convictions and would be committed for 28 days. After consultation it appeared the Bench couldn't impose this sentence, so he was fined 17s 6d
including costs, or 14 days. The man asked to pay part, but Superintendent Holmes objected - the arrears of previous fines had been wiped off recently to
give him a fresh start, but he was as bad as ever! The Chairman stated that he either paid the fine or went to gaol.
29th August 1935
Boy Walks Away
Vanishes after Hull Pier Thrill
While playing on the ferryboat dock, Victoria Pier, Hull, a young boy, believed to be about 8 to 10 years
old, fell into the water. His plight was seen by Alfred Barley, aged 62, of Winteringham, Lincolnshire, skipper of a sloop moored nearby.
jumped into a small boat and rowed to the boy, whom he succeeded in rescuing. The boy, who appeared none the worse for his ordeal, got out of the boat
and walked away when the quayside was reached, and though the police have made enquiries they have been unable to ascertain his identity.
The Misses Elinor and Mary Burstall loaned £60 to help build the new Chapel in Low Burgage.
30th August 1887
A young woman was seen for the
final time this day at Whitton, when she called at various houses for a cup of tea and something to eat. One woman who gave her a cup of tea stated that
she believed her to be Emily Lamming of Winteringham, and told the young woman that she believed that to be her name, and the young woman did not deny
it. However, Joseph Lamming swore most positively that the body was not that of his daughter who hhe had last heard of in Leeds. After getting the
body up, her hat, boots, stockings and cloak were found some way from her. An umbrella and a pair of garters belonging to her had been picked up
previously. She was dressed in black alpaca, trimmed black straw hat, a grey cloak, with black astrachan cuff and collar and carrying a black
umbrella. A small baby's shirt was found in one of her pockets, two pairs of small gloves, and a leather purse containing a sixpence and a half
30th August 1901
A casualty was reported to PC Barker at Winteringham. Off Whitton, the keel Hettie of Hull and Leeds, saw Mark Herbert
Mullins pitched overboard by a rope catching his legs. He was mate of the vessel and his body was carried away by a strong tide.
Many of the old boys of Winteringham National School have sent subscriptions to the Church Tower Repair Fund. A guinea was received from
Pietermaritzburg, and 10s from Surrey.
30th August 1931
The motor launch Hikibydo, one of the Humber Conservancy's surveying vessels, disappeared
from Brough and was found at Walker-dyke near Winteringham. It is preumed the launch had been taken for "joy-riding."
The probate inventory of William Mitchell suggests he was a farmer, for it included six milk kine, 2 pair of oxen, 7 young beast, 5 horses, 2 foals, a
sow and pigs, 2 shoates (pigs under a year old), 5 sheep, a waggon with gear, and ploughs;
31st August 1845
Mr Reynolds (carpenter) account to Manor
Farm: New waggon shelvings etc 3/6d
31st August 1928
A well-attended meeting of the new football club was held under the presidency of Councillor F S
Barraclough. Others present were Mr E Routh, Treasurer, Mr Holgate Bray Secretary, and committee L Bell, Burkinshaw, H Ogg, W Marshall, Mitchell, R
Harrison, Wingate, Waterston, A Marshall, G G Waddingham, and H Altoft. Captain: C Beacock; vice captain W Chafer. A large number of players has
been signed on and all are looking forward to a successful season. The club has entered six cup competitions. The first game was held last Saturday
[25th August], and although 2-0 down at half time, Winteringham beat Brigg Town Reserves 6-4. F Draper (3), C Beacock, A Beacock and G Borrill being the
31st August 1932
James Hume of no fixed abode was gaoled for 12 months for stealing a bike at Winteringham. He had been arrested after
falling off the cycle, fracturing his collar bone, and sustaining head injuries.