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2-DUDDING
Title deeds etc. of the Dudding family of Winteringham 1560-1861

Summary:
2-DUDDING/1 Waterton manor in the parish of Luddington, 1560-1861.
2-DUDDING/2 Goxhill, 1631-1756
2-DUDDING/3 Alkborough and South Ferriby, 1670-1689.
2-DUDDING/4 Thoresway, 1839.
2-DUDDING/5
Whitgift, Yorkshire, 1766.
2-DUDDING/6 Beverley, Yorkshire, 1710-1824.
2-DUDDING/7 Winteringham manor, copies of deeds of, 1721-1794
A full typescript catalogue is available in the Search Room.


3-ANC/16/1/5
List of Manorial Tenants in the Manors of Winteringham and Hibaldstow as at 31 Dec 1925
Includes an official notice about the extinguishment of manorial rights and notes about the tenants
n.d.


ALKBOROUGH PAR/5/10
Scheme of union of benefice of Alkborough with Whitton and West Halton and Winteringham (1980)


DBE/4/22
Winteringham 1896-1900
Chiefly letters with a few papers.
/20 Suggested scheme for maintaining Winteringham National School on the voluntary system (printed), n.d.


DBE/8/1/486
Schools Questionnaire: Winteringham 1855


DBE/9/15/77
Winteringham National School: Managers' Report 1860


DBE/9/15/78
Winteringham National School: Inspector's Report 1860


DBE/9/15/79
Winteringham National School: Inspector's Report 1861


DBE/9/15/80
Winteringham National School: Managers' Report 1862


DBE/9/15/81
Winteringham National School: Inspector's Report 1862


DBE/9/15/82
Winteringham National School: Managers' Report 1863

DBE/9/15/83
Winteringham National School: Inspector's Report 1863


DBE/9/15/84
Winteringham National School: Inspector's Report 1864


DBE/9/15/85
Winteringham National School: Managers' Report 1867


DBE/9/15/86
Winteringham National School: Examination Schedule 1867


DISS/4/1837/25
Certificate for Nonconformist Chapel: Winteringham (PD) 1837
Chapel.


LD/78/4
Winteringham 1810


LDAP/2/14
A Bill for inclosing and dividing several open fields and commonable lands within the manor and parish of Winteringham, co Linc [1761]
Winteringham, Lincolnshire, Enclosure Bill.


LDP/1/239
Great Central Railway: pier and railway at Winteringham 1906


LDP/1/247
North Lindsey Light Railway (deviation in the parish of Winteringham) 1899


LDP/1/260
Great Central Railway: alteration and deviation at Winteringham 1907


LINDSEY AWARD/196
Winteringham Certificate of Redemption of Corn Rent 18 July 1936


MISC DEP 625
Maps of the Manor of Winteringham 1719


MISC DEP 625/1
Map of the Manor of Winteringham 1719
Surveyed for [James Saunderson] Earl of Castleton by Joseph Dickinson. Includes names of tenants.


MISC DEP 625/2
Map of the Manor of Winteringham 1719
Copy of MISC DEP 625/1, above, with minor differences.


MISC DON 201/12
Assignment of the goods of John Browne of Winteringham, baker, dealer and chapman 18 Sep 1805
Commissioners of bankruptcy to Joseph Naylor of Winterton, farmer, and Francis Naylor, farmer, of Winteringham, chosen by the creditors. All the goods, wares, merchandise, chattels and stock in trade, crops of wheat or other grain, debts, money, household stuff, and all other personal estate. Signed and sealed by most of the parties.


MISC DON 34
Title deeds re. a cottage and ground in Marsh Lane, Winteringham 1734-1903


MISC DON 34/1
Copy of Court Roll: manor of Winteringham 1 May 1734
Surrender of Agnes Medley of Pontefract, Yorkshire, to the use of John Sutton and Elizabeth his wife. Two messuages in a certain street called the High Burgage, Mordecai Westoby east, Ann Smith south, the street west and George Markham north, and 4 cowgates and a gate for a horse, mare or gelding in the commons called Marsh, Rotten Sikes, Low Groves, and Western Green in Winteringham. Rent: 1s. Fine: 2s. Lord: the Hon Sir Thomas Saunderson KB. Steward: Thomas Hutton, gent.


MISC DON 34/10
Copy of Court Roll: manor of Winteringham 17 Oct 1772
Surrender of John Barrat to the use of Thomas Martinson of Horkstow. Burgage messuage or tenement in Lower Burgage, the lord north and west, Francis Hibberd or Rebecca Pearson south, and the lower burgage east, and 4 cowgates and 1 horse gate in the Marsh, Rotten Sikes, Low Groves and Western Green, in Winteringham. Rent: 1s. Fine: 2s. Lord: Richard earl of Scarborough. Steward: Thomas Hutton, gent. Pinned to it: paper note of legal charges.


MISC DON 34/11
Copy of Court Roll: manor of Winteringham 18 Oct 1773
Surrender of Thomas Martinson of Barrow on Humber, yeoman, to the use of John Barrett. Property in Winteringham as in MISC DON 34/10. Rent: 1s. Fine: 2s. Lord: Richard earl of Scarborough. Steward: Thomas Hutton, gent.


MISC DON 34/12
Copy of Court Roll: manor of Winteringham 26 Oct 1792
Admission of John Barrett, the son, following the decease of John Barrett, Mary his wife, and Mary Barrett their daughter (see MISC DON 34/4). Property in Winteringham as in MISC DON 34/2, 4 & 5. Rent: 9d. Fine: 1s. 6d. Lord: George Augusta earl of Scarborough. Deputy Steward: Nathaniel Main, gent. Endorsed: statement of legal charges.


MISC DON 34/13
Copy of Court Roll: manor of Winteringham 28 Oct 1794
Surrender of Edward Brooks of Winteringham, husbandman, and Dinah his wife, to the use of John Barratt of Winteringham, husbandman. All that undivided moiety of 4 cowgates and 1 horse gate in the common pastures called the Marsh, Rotten Sykes, Low Groves and Western Green, belonging to 2 messuages standing together in High Burgage, then or late in the occupation of Joseph Johnston, John Smith, William Bratton, the said Edward Brooks and John Barratt, in Winteringham. Rent: 3d. Fine: 6d. Lord: Robert Smith, esq. Deputy Steward: Nathaniel Main, gent.


MISC DON 34/14
Copy of Court Roll: manor of Winteringham 1794
Surrender of John Barratt, farmer, to the uses of his will. All his copyhold land in the manor of Winteringham. Unsigned, no name of lord or steward. Day and month left blank. Prepared but not executed.


MISC DON 34/16
Copy of Court Roll: manor of Winteringham 28 Oct 1854
Admission of John Barratt on the death of Henry Barratt, farmer. All three cottages near the marsh in Winteringham, to which he was admitted, as to 2 cottages and a newly erected dwelling house late in the occupation of Sarah Gilding and John Chafer, now of Abraham Thompson, Elizabeth Simpson and John Barratt. Rent: 6d. Fine: 3s. Lord: Robert John, Lord Carrington. Steward: Robert Brown, gent.


MISC DON 34/17
Copy of Will of Hardy Barratt of Winteringham, farmer 28 Mar 1848
His three cottages to his wife for life, then to his son John. All his common right allotment or piece of arable (5a.) in the marsh to his son James charged with the payment of 70 each to his daughters Mary Ann Barrett and Eliza Jane Barrett. Half part of his household goods to his son John subject to payment of 20 half yearly for life to his wife and 30 apiece to his daughters. The other half part of his goods to his wife. Memorandum that the testator died 23 May 1854, aged 92.


MISC DON 34/18
Copy of Court Roll: manor of Winteringham 18 Oct 1862
Admission upon conditional surrender of John Barratt, farmer, to the use of Jane Martinson Chapman, widow. 3 cottages in the occupation of William Bell junior, Abraham Thompson, and 1 unoccupied, in Winteringham. Mortgaged for 120. Lord: Robert John, Lord Carrington. Steward: Robert Brown, gent.


MISC DON 34/19
Copy of Court Roll: manor of Winteringham n.d.
Copy of admission of Hardy Barratt on the death of John Barratt, farmer. Two cottages in the occupation of Sarah Gilding and John Chafer, in Winteringham. Rent: 1s. 6d. Fine: 3s. Lord: Robert, Lord Carrington. Steward: Joseph Brown, gent.


MISC DON 34/2
Copy of Court Roll: manor of Winteringham 12 May 1747
Surrender of Thomas Foster to George Serjeant of Winteringham, carpenter. A messuage with orchard and yard, western green south and west, Thomas Foster north, lands of the lord east, and 2 cowgates and half a horse gate in the Marsh, Rotten Sikes, Low Groves and Western Green, now in the occupation of Nicholas Splayfoot, in Winteringham. Rent: 9d. Fine: 1s. 6d. Lord: Thomas earl of Scarborough. Steward: Thomas Hutton, gent.


MISC DON 34/21
Copy of Court Roll: manor of Winteringham 29 Aug 1903
Admission of John Tombleson and William Cross, following the failure to redeem the mortgage, the right in the property being devised by Jane Martinson Chapman to her son William, who devised it to his wife Mary Ann, who married the Revd Henry Usher, and devised it to those now being admitted. Property as in MISC DON 34/18, now described as the messuage or tenement formerly 3 cottages, near the Marsh, in Winteringham. Rent: 1s. 6d. Fine: 3s. Steward: Frank Crowder Hett, gent.


MISC DON 34/3
Probate of the will of John Barrett of Winteringham, farmer 10 Apr 1751
Leaves 100 to his daughter Mary and his silver cup, to be paid when she is 21, and she is to be maintained and exucated by the executors till then. All the rest of his goods and chattels and personal estate to his wife and son John share and share alike and to be joint executors. Seal of the archdeaconry of Stow.


MISC DON 34/4
Copy of Court Roll: manor of Winteringham 22 Apr 1752
Surrender of George Serjeant to the use of John Barratt of Winteringham, farmer, and Mary his wife, and after their decease to Mary the daughter. Remainder to John the son. Property in Winteringham as in MISC DON 34/2. Rent: 9d. Fine: 1s. 6d. Lord: Thomas earl of Scarborough. Steward: Thomas Hutton, gent.


MISC DON 34/5
Copy of Court Roll: manor of Winteringham 16 May 1753
Admission of Mary, widow of John Barratt. Property in Winteringham as in MISC DON 34/2 & 4. Fine of suit, admission and entry: 2s. 3d. Lord: Richard earl of Scarborough. Steward: Thomas Hutton, gent.


MISC DON 34/7
Copy of Court Roll: manor of Winteringham 8 May 1754
Surrender of Edward Smith to his own use for life, afterwards for his daughter Mary, wife of Thomas Westoby, yeoman. A messuage, high burgage east, king's highway west, the lord's land south, lands of Sparrow hall north, in the occupation of John Laming, and 4 cowgates and 1 horsegate in the Marsh, Rotten Sikes, Low Groves and Western Green, in Winteringham. Rent: 1s. Fine: 2s. Lord: Richard earl of Scarborough. Steward: Thomas Hutton, gent.


MISC DON 34/8
Copy of Court Roll: manor of Winteringham 12 Oct 1758
Surrender of [ ] mariner to the use of [ ] Sewell of Winteringham, butcher. A toft in the market place, king's highway north, ? lord's land west and south, and Ann Sharp west, in Winteringham. Lord: Richard earl of Scarborough. Steward: Thomas Hutton, gent.


MISC DON 34/9
Common Recovery (manor of Winteringham) 4 Apr 1762
Francis Naylor, Elizabeth Sutton, widow, John Sutton her son, and John Cooke, to the use of John Sutton. Property in Winteringham as in MISC DON 34/1. Lord: Richard earl of Scarborough. Steward: Thomas Hutton, gent.


PD/103/10
Presentation Deed: Winteringham, Rectory 29 Feb 1724
John Fosse MA (Nicholas Sye, decd). Patron: Thomas Saunderson of Sandbeck (Yorkshire), esq.


PD/164/21
Presentation Deed: Winteringham, Rectory 16 July 1808
Francis Swan MA (John Lumley Savile, the patron). Patron: John Lumley Savile of Rufford (Nottinghamshire), clerk.


PRO/SCHOOL PLANS/136
Winteringham National School c1840-1855
File no. 1513.


SHEFF/A/2/13
Copy probate will of Jonathan Waterland, yeoman of Winteringham 6 Mar 1797
Beneficiaries: son Thomas - all lands in Burtonupon Stather, Thealby and Brumby. Daughter Jane Fox, all lands in Crosby. Grandson Richard Fox, all lands in Crosby, after his mother's death and a clock. Grand-daughter Jane Fox, silver cup and teaspoon. Grandson John Waterland a testament. Servant Elizabeth Hudson, bed, spinning, wheel, and 1 room at Croxby, and maintenance if she becomes ill. Son in law Richard Fox, residue of property. Executor: Richard Fox. Copy dated 18th September 1823 and addressed to Mr Hesledon, Attorney at Law, Barton.


SHEFF/A/3/6
Extracts from Winteringham parish register 22 Dec 1827 & 3 Jan 1828
Baptisms of Westoby family. Signed by L. Grainger, curate of Winteringham.


SHEFF/A/38/8
Copy will of Jonathan Waterland of Winteringham, yeoman 6 Mar 1797
Beneficiaries: son Thomas Waterland - messuages and lands in Burton upon Stather, Thealby and Brumby. Daughter Jane Fox - messuages, land etc. in Crosby and after her decease to her son Richard Fox. Servant Elizabeth Hudson to have room in a cottage in Crosby, rent free for life. Grandson Richard Fox - clock. Granddaughter Jane Fox - silver cup and doz. tea spoons. Grandson John Waterland "my testament with explanations". Granddaughter Elizabeth Hudson - bed, furniture for her room and spinning wheel. Granddaughter Jane Waterland, silver cup and 2 spoons. Residue - to son in law Richard Fox, farmer of Gokewell. Executor: Richard Fox.


SHEFF/A/43/8
Copy will and probate of Jonathan Waterland of Winteringham, yeoman 6 Mar 1797
See SHEFF/A/38/8.


TITHE AWARD/C 769
Winteringham: Confirmed Apportionment 1863


WINTERINGHAM PAR
Winteringham Parish Records
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