Winteringham Surnames: 1851 Census

Winteringham Local History and Genealogy

Winteringham Surnames in the 1851 Census

Below is an alphabetical list of the surnames as detailed in the 1851 Census.  There has to be some caution regarding the spelling of those names (even Low Burgage is spelt Low Berige in the Census), but we have tried to remain faithful to the original documentís spelling.

The second list is from the 1791 sale of the Scarbrough Estate.  Please feel free to ask us to look up any details from either list.

Agar
Ashley
Ashton
Atkinson

Barnett
Barr
Barratt
Barrett
Beacock
Bell
Booth
Bostock
Bradey
Brankley
Bratton
Brumby
Bullyment
Burkill
Burridge
Button

Carline
Carnaby
Cavill
Chadwick
Chafer
Chamberlain
Chapman
Clark
Clarvis
Clayton
Coopland
Cordock
Cragg
Crop
Cross
Crust
Cunby
Cupit

Day
Deamy
Dearing
Dent
Drakes
Driffill
Drinkall
Druery
Drury
Dudding
Duncan

Elsom
Emlem
Etherington
Eveson
Evratt
Evrett

Farrow
Ferraby
Fisher
Foster
Fowler
Fox
Frought
Fussey

Galloway
Garvis
Gaulby
Gautby
Gautby
Gelder
Gibson
Gleadhill
Gloves
Grasby
Green
Gunson

Handson
Harburry
Harrison
Hewson
Hill
Holmes
Houldridge
Hudson
Hunt
Hunter
Hutchinson

Ingrham

Jackson
James
Jaques
Jarvis
Jenny
Johnson
Judge
Jumps

Kendal
Kennington
Kichen
Kirkby

Lacey
Lambert
Langton
Large
Lawtey

Mapplethorpe
Markham
Marshall
Mason
McMahon
Mosey

Naylor
Nevill
Newby
Newmarch
Nixon
Noble

Ogg
Ogle
Osgerby
Otter
Owbridge

Parker
Pears
Pharoah
Pickersgill
Playfoot
Potts
Pratt

Read
Reedal
Reynolds
Rim
Robinson
Rose

Sargant
Sargeson
Sarginson
Sargison
Scarbrough
Sewel
Sewell
Sharp
Shaw
Sheerdowis
Simpson
Slight
Slingsby
Smith
Smithson
Snowden
Spencer
Spight
Splayfoot
Stamford
Stamp
Stark
Stephens
Stir
Storm
Storr
Suggit
Suter
Sutton

Taylor
Thompson
Todd
Tomlinson
Trafford
Tuplin

Wadd
Waddingham
Walker
Warburton
Ward
Warterlow
Watkin
Welch
Westoby
Wharton
Wheatley
Whitehead
Whitker
Wigelsworth
Willey
Wilson
Winn
Wood

Young

Winteringham Boatyard copyright NLC

Some of the residents listed left worked at the boatyard, pictured here rather later than 1851.

Photo courtesy of North Lincolnshire Council Picture Archive Click the picture to go to the Archive

Names mentioned in the Sale of the Scarbrough Estate, October 1791


Barratt, John
Beacock, John
Beacock, Matthew
Bell, George
Bell, Hannah
Bell, Thomas
Bradley, Thomas
Bratton, Thomas
Bratton, William
Brook, Edward
Brumby, Thomas
Burkill, Isaac
Burkill, William
Burnett, William
Button, John

Chumley, Mary
Clarvis, Edward
Crust, Thomas

Drax, William
Drust, William

Farrow, Thomas
Foster, John
Fowler, John
Frankish, Mary

Gleson, William
Goutby, William
Grasby, William

Hall, Joseph
Harrison, William
Heaton, John
Heaton, William
Hodgson, Thomas
Holme, John, (jnr)
Holmes, Isaac
Holmes, John
Holmes, William
Hood, William

Jobson, John
Jobson, Thomas
Johns, Elizabeth
Johnson, Joseph

Kirkby, Sarah

Laughtry, John

Meggott, John

Naylor, Adam
Nixon, Mary
Nixon, William

Pickersgill, Blaze
Pickersgill, John
Pickersgill, Thomas
Playfoot, Thomas

Randell, Moses
Robinson, George
Robinson, John
Robinson, Joseph
Robinson, William

Sargeant, Jane
Sargeant, Robert
Scarbrough, John
Sewell, Charles
Storm, William

Tomlinson, Samuel
Tomlinson, Thomas

Waddingham, Elizabeth
Waddingham, Isaac
Waddingham, Thomas
Watson, Ann
Watson, Mary
Watson, Thomas
Westoby, John
Withey, William

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