Winteringham Families:
Naylor & Burkill

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Naylors & Burkills

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Rose Oglesby Gillian Reddish

June Swain writes:

Here is some of my line gggg granddad Mathew Wilson born 1788 Kirmington married Grace Naylor  born 1781 in West Halton m 1808 in Winterton. Only found two children George Wilson born 1813 ggg granddad and uncle John born 1811 in Winterton, Graces parents were Edward Naylor born 1756 in West Halton m Elizabeth unknown. They had 5 children Grace above, Catherine born 1786-1844,Susanne born 1783-1789,Edward born 1791,Elizabeth born 1779 all West Halton, Edward Naylor born 1732 West Halton married Grace Fox  in 1756,they have 6 children Edward born 1756,is born 1758,in  Winteringham, William born, John born 1762, Catherine born, Grace born  1760. John Naylor 1701 in Whitton m Anne Morten in 1727 in Wrawby by Brigg. They had 4 children John born 1730,Jane born 1727, William born 1737, John Naylor born abt 1670 m Helen whiting in 1695 in Whitton they had 7 children - Helin born 1705, Edward born 1703, Ann born 1698, Elizabeth born 1696, Martha born 1708, George born 1714. is who was born 1758 in Winteringham had 12 children all born in Winteringham and Winterton. He married Elizabeth Dudding that is my connection through to the Scarbrough's. His children were Martha born  1800 m John Blanchard, John born 1788, Edward born 1782 m Elizabeth Hill Burnett in Winterton in 1814, they had 6 children - Edward Hill born, Benjamin Edward born 1821 in Winteringham m Annie. They had 3 children - Annie born 1863, Edward born 1864, Ada born 1864, Robert Hill born 1823, Hannah born 1814, Rebecca Hill born 1823 m John  Holgate, Elizabeth 1825 Winteringham. Going back to Isaac's lot, Joseph 1779-1855 m Elizabeth Roberts in Winterton had 8 children, William born 1795, Mary 1790, William born 1793-1793, Grace born 1785, Isaac 1780, m Mary Fulstow had 10 children Ann, born 1794, Grace 1789 m John Burkill,  John 1796 Winteringham.

Rose Oglesby writes

Thought I would let you know that I have now found my great grandparents, Thomas and Elizabeth Burkill, on the 1871 Census in York. However their mothers, Mary Burkill and Elizabeth Everitt should still be in Winteringham so I would still be interested if anyone has the 1871 Census for the village.

Ann Godden writes

Thomas and E P Burkill were at 43, Skeldergate, York, in 1871. With them were Christopher (8), Emma (4), Alfred (2) and Herbert (9 months)

All the households which included at least one Burkill in the 1851 Census:

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3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3


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62



63
63
63
63
63
63
63
63
63
63
63
63
63


76
76
76
76
76


96
96
96
96
96
96



97
97
97
97



98
98
98
98
98


109
109
109
109
109


b1
b1

West End
West End
West End
West End
West End
West End
West End
West End
West End
West End
West End
West End


West End
West End



Manor House
Manor House
Manor House
Manor House
Manor House
Manor House
Manor House
Manor House
Manor House
Manor House
Manor House
Manor House
Manor House


Ferry Lane
Ferry Lane
Ferry Lane
Ferry Lane
Ferry Lane


Low Burgage
Low Burgage
Low Burgage
Low Burgage
Low Burgage
Low Burgage



Low Burgage
Low Burgage
Low Burgage
Low Burgage



Low Burgage
Low Burgage
Low Burgage
Low Burgage
Low Burgage


High Burgage
High Burgage
High Burgage
High Burgage
High Burgage


Low Burgage
Low Burgage

b13
b13
b13
b13
b13
b13
b13
b13

Silver Street
Silver Street
Silver Street
Silver Street
Silver Street
Silver Street
Silver Street
Silver Street

Burkill
Burkill
Burkill
Burkill
Burkill
Burkill
Shaw
Mosey
Mosey
Chapman
Beacock
Smith


Gautby
Gautby



Burkill
Burkill
Burkill
Burkill
Burkill
Potts
Burkill
Cordock
Barratt
Fussey
Burridge
Storr
Newmarch


Burkill
Burkill
Burkill
Gunson
Slight


Burkill
Burkill
Burkill
Burkill
Burkill
Burkill



Burkill
Burkill
Burkill
Burkill



Burkill
Burkill
Burkill
Burkill
Burkill


Burkill
Burkill
Burkill
Kennington
Kennington


Burkill
Gautby

Burkill
Burkill
Burkill
Burkill
Cupit
Sewel
Sewel
Grasby

Isaac
Jane
Robert
Ellen
Arthur
Frederick
Maria
Ann
Mary
Sarah
Ami
Fanny


Burkill
Patience



Edward
Ann
John
?
Edward
Frances
Joseph
Edmund
Amos
Elizabeth
Ann
Mary
Sarah


Henry
Mary
Henry
Samuel
John


William
Mary
Ann
Thomas
John
Emma



Robert
Hazia
Martha
Robert



Sarah
Isaac
Henry
Mary
Martha


Martha
Elizabeth
Thomas
Martha
John


Thomas
Elizabeth

Charles
Margaret
Caroline
Charles
Ellen
Ellen
Sarah
Henry

Head
Wife
Son
Daughter
Son
Son
Visitor
Visitor
Visitor
Servant
Servant
Servant


Head
Wife



Head
Wife
Son
Daughter
Son
Visitor
Visitor
Servant
Servant
Servant
Servant
Servant
Servant


Head
Wife
Son
Servant
Servant


Head
Wife
Daughter
Son
Son
Daughter



Head
Wife
Daughter
Son



Head
Son
Son
Daughter
Daughter


Head
Daughter
Son
Daughter
Grandson


Head
Servant

Head
Wife
Daughter
Son
Servant
Servant
Servant
Servant

m
m
u
u
u
u
u
u
u
u
u
u


m
m



m
m
u
u
u
u
u
u
u
u
u
u
u


m
m
u
u
u


m
m
u
u
u
u



m
m
u
u



m
u
u
u
u


w
u
u
w
u


u
u

m
m
u
u
u
u
u
u

34
31
8
7
5
2
21
17
11
18
19
24


23
23



37
38
4
3
1
39
30
36
18
29
21
18
14


32
33
2
21
14


47
47
15
9
7
6



22
22
2
0



33
8
5
3
0


55
33
21
28
4


53
29

39
38
8
6
23
19
16
14

m
f
m
f
m
m
f
f
f
f
f
f


m
f



m
f
m
f
m
f
m
m
m
f
f
f
f


m
f
m
m
m


m
f
f
m
m
f



m
f
f
m



f
m
m
f
f


f
f
m
f
m


m
f

m
f
f
m
f
f
f
m

Wine & Corn Merchant

Scholar at home
Scholar at home
Scholar at home
Scholar at home



Nursemaid
Nursemaid
Cook


Sailor




Farmer
540 acres, emp 12 labrs .

Scholar at home
Scholar at home


Wine Merchant
Groom
Foot Boy
Housemaid
Cook
Nursemaid
Governess


Farmer 150 acres, 3 labourers


Farm servant
Farm servant


Cole Metter


Scholar
Scholar
Scholar



Sailor






Sailor's wife
Scholar
Scholar




Retired Sailor's Widow

Sailor




Coal Metter
Housekeeper

Corn Merchant

Scholar
Scholar
Cook
House Maid
Nurse Maid
Page Boy

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Hi,

If anyone has copies of the above Census for Winteringham I would be grateful for information on the BURKILL and EVERITT/EVERETT/EVRETT families.

In 1851 and 1881 the Burkill's are in Low Burgage and Market Stile, Winteringham

For 1841 the following family members should be found either in the village or nearby

Willam BURKILL,1803-1855, born Winteringham
Mary BURKILL,1805-1884, born Leeds
Ann BURKILL,1836-1856, born Winteringham
William Goulden BURKILL,1838-1845, born Winteringham
Isaac BURKILL, 1840-1845, born Winteringham
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By 1861 there should be Mary, (as above) and children
Thomas BURKILL, born 1841
John BURKILL, born 1844
Emma BURKILL
Henry BURKILL (all born Winteringham)
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Any of the above in 1871 (Thomas was in York in 1871)
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1841/1861/1871 - Possibly in Winterton for 1841
In West End, Winteringham in 1851
Pattison/Padison EVERITT (deceased by 1851) born in Winterton, Lincs in 1805
Mary EVERITT, born 1821. Messingham, Lincs
Elizabeth EVERITT, (born 1841, Winteringham) In York for the 1871 Census
George EVERITT? (born 1846 Winteringham)
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Any help much appreciated

Rose
 

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Descending from the direct line of Burkill and Patience Gautby, living at West End, Winteringham in 1851; I found your Winteringham web site very interesting. I would be pleased to hear from anyone with a connection to the Gautby or Burkill families, especially concerning Burkill Gautby's occupation, first as a sailor and then a steward on the packet steamers that sailed the River Humber.  Also, as I have done extensive research into both families I would be prepared to contribute to your web site in any suitable way.
 
Regards
 
Gillian Reddish

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The Burkill families were also found in Luddington - anyone got any information on those Burkills?

Dave Roberts

David Roberts
PO Box 514
Dickson
ACT 2602
ph: INT+61+261612653
email:
dave39@netspeed.com.au

Burkill Photographs

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Martha BurkillSarah Ann Shaw and sistersWalter BurkillBurkills 4 Generations

 

Its a Burkill fact:

One of the foremost Mathematicians of the 20th Century was J C Burkill, born in Holt Norfolk on 1st February 1900.  However, he was brought to Winteringham be baptised on 9th April 1900.

You can read his biography here.  You can see his record in the Winteringham Parish Registers here.

The Silver Salver

From the Hull Packet of 7th December 1838
Barton A large party of gentlemen farmers dined together at the White Lion Inn, Barton, on Monday last, when a silver salver, value 50, was presented to Mr Burkhill, of Winteringham, as a manifestation of the respect borne towards him for his upright and honourable conduct in the capacity of corn-merchant.
 

Selling Off Burkill Property

The following notices of sales appeared in the Hull Packet:



From the Hull Packet of 19th October 1878
WINTERINGHAM, LINCOLNSHIRE
To Wine and Spirit Merchants and Others.
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,
BY MR. CALTHORP,
At the Bay Horse Inn, Winteringham, in the County of Lincoln, on WEDNESDAY, the 23rd day of October, 1878, at Four for Five o'clock in the afternoon precisely, subject to conditions of sale which will be produced, and may be seen at the office of the vendor's Solicitors prior to the auction, in the undermentioned or such other lots as may be determined upon,
THE following Valuable PROPERTY, all situate at Winteringham aforesaid:

LOT 1. - All that COAL YARD or WHARF, with its Office, Crane, &c., situate at Winteringham Waterside, containing 0A 1R 20P
This property has a water frontage of not less than 78 yards, and is in the occupation of Messrs. I. and I. Burkill.
LOT 2. - All that double 6-floor WAREHOUSE, and small parcel of LAND adjoining, in the occupation of Messrs. Burkill, situate on the Waterside-road, containing 0A 0R 18P
LOT 3. - All that commodious 12-quarter MALTKILN, with Granary, Storerooms, and the usual Outbuildings, together with a very good House and Garden and small Cottage adjoining, situate in the Low Burgage, at Winteringham, containing 0A 1R 31P
This lot has a frontage to the Town Street of 43yds. 2ft., and is in the respective occupations of Messrs. I. and I. Burkill, Mr. William Warburton, and Mrs. Spencer.
LOT 4. - All that DWELLING-HOUSE, with Outbuildings, Garden, &c., and Counting-house adjoining, situate in the Low Burgage aforesaid, as the same is now in the occupation of Mr. William Bratton and Messrs. I. & I. Burkill, and containing 0A 0R 34P
LOT 5. - All those Three COTTAGES, with the Gardens and Outoffices, situate in the Low Burgage aforesaid, adjoining Lot 4, now in the occupation of Mark Drury, William Jacques, and John Bratton respectively, and containing 0A 0R 34P
LOT 6. - All that COTTAGE and Garden, with Outbuildings, situate in the High Burgage, now in the occupation of John Kempthorn, and containing 0A 0R 12P
LOT 7. - All that Wine and Spirit VAULTS, situate in the High Burgage aforesaid, and comprising Upper and Lower Store and Packing Rooms, large Granary, Cart Shed, and Stables, together with Cellars capable of storing 2,000 dozens.  Also a capital HOUSE and COTTAGE adjoining with large Yard and Garden, containing in the whole 0A 0R 38P
LOT 8. - All that DWELLING-HOUSE with the Outbuildings, Orchard, and appurtenances, situate in the Town-street, in the occupation of Rev. Charles Knowles, and containing 0A 3R 33P
LOT 9. - All that excellent DWELLING-HOUSE, with Outhouses, Stables, productive Garden and Greenhouse, situate in Silver-street, in the occupation of Mr. John Lord, comprising 1A 2R 25P
LOT 10. - All those Two COTTAGES and Gardens, with Outhouses, situate at the Waterside, occupied by Henry Slater and Henry Manion, comprising 0A 2R 30P
LOT 11. - All that Close of Arable LAND known as the Waterside Close, in the occupation of Mr. Charles Burkill, estimated to contain (including one half of the width of the adjoining Marsh Drains) 6A 2R 36P
LOT 12. - All that Close of Arable LAND, known as the Warehouse Close, in the occupation of Mr. Charles Burkill, and containing 7A 1R 3P
LOT 13. - All that Close of rich old Grass LAND, known as one of the Compositions, in the occupation of Mr. Charles Burkill, containing 10A 1R 18P
Lot 7 is especially worthy the attention of Wine and Spirit Mercahnts, as the principal business in the district has been carried on in the premises for many years past. Lots 11 and 12 are very eligible for brickmaking, being situate near the Haven, and having a great depth of clay.
For further particulars application may be made to the Auctioneer, Horkstow, near Barton-on-Humber; to Mr JOHN LORD, Winteringham; or to
SHEPHERD, CRUST, TODD, & MILLS,
Solicitors, Beverley


From the Hull Packet of 13th April 1880
WINTERINGHAM
MR. PERCIVAL SMITH will SELL by AUCTION, on FRIDAY, the 16th day of April, 1880, uopn the Premises of the late Mr. C. Burkill, in the Sluice-lane, near Winteringham, a quantity of Household FURNITURE, PLATE, LINEN, &c., comrising [sic] - Mahogany bedstead with hangings, feather bed, bolster and pillows, down quilt, mattress, wardrobe, mahogany dining table with three loose leaves, mahogany sideboard, couch in hair cloth, 2 easy chairs in leather, arm ditto, 6 hair-seated mahogany chairs, mahogany stand, writing desk, timepiece under glass shade, pier glass, treadle lockstitich sewing machine by Wheller and Wilson, ornaments, fender and fire irons, ashes pan, cornice pole and rings, 2 foot stools, copper coal pan and scoop, barometer, eight days' clock, flower stand, wool worked headrest for chair back, about 14 yards of good stairs carpeting, ditto oil cloth, Brussels carpet and hearth-rug, druggeting, skin mat, bedroom carpet, dressing table with drawers, 2 wash stands, glass with candlesticks, towel rail, 3 chairs, foot pan, water can, chamber service, brass stair rods, oil lamp, books, bird under glass shade, 3 oil paintings, 15 prints of various kinds, mats, inkstands, 2 cut decanters, 4 cut tumblers, ditto claret jug, ditto 2 decanters and stand, ditto 6 beer glasses, field glass, dinner service, about 60 pieces; very handsome dessert ditto, 21 pieces; 7 meat plates, set of white and gold tea service, 14 wine glasses, 3 pickle bottles, 4 water bottles, glass marmalade dish, cheese dish, 2 pitchers, various knives and forks, 3 trays, gun case, bath, crutches, leather hat box, portmanteau, 3 mats, door porter, 2 blankets, quilt, 3 pairs of sheets, 2 white quilts, 7 table cloths, towels, doyleys, about 20 napkins, pair of damask window curtains, &c., &c., case of birds, ditto fox, ditto heron.
PLATED GOODS. - Cruet stand, with cut bottles; egg stand and 6 cups, tea-pot, 2 sauce ladles, 3 dessert spoons, 5 egg ditto, 11 forks, 2 pairs of nut crackers, toast rack, grape scissors.
SILVER. - 4 table forks, gravy spoon, 2 table spoons, 5 tea ditto, sugar bows [sic], pair of salts and spoons, and mustard pot.
Winterton, April 8th, 1880.


From the Hull Packet of 3rd May 1880
WINTERINGHAM
MR. PERCIVAL SMITH will SELL by AUCTION, upon the Farm Premises of the late Mr. C. W. Burkill, Sluice-lane, near Winteringham, on THURSDAY, May 6th, 1880, the whole of the valuable Live and Dead FARMING STOCK, comprising 11 horses, 47 beasts, 300 sheep, 2 pork pigs, about 20 couples of fowls, and the usual complement of implements.  For further particulars, see bills and cards. Luncheon, by ticket, at Ten o'clock; the Sale to commence immediately after.  Trains to stop at the Appleby Railway Station at convenient times for the Sale, where conveyances may be had.
Winterton, April 27th, 1880.

 

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