Winteringham Burials 1791-1800

Winteringham Local History and Genealogy

Winteringham Parish Registers: Burials 1791 - 1800


The Registers on this page were kindly transcribed by Kay Ashberry, Val Peill and Chris Knowles

The transcription team:
Kay Ashberry
Chris Knowles
Val Peill
 

Entries placed in chronological order.  Each year is demarcated with a new line of titles.

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Died
1792
Jan 6th
Feb 13th
Feb
March 20th
April 24th
April 29th
May 20th
June 9th
June 17th
Aug 5th
Sept 16th

Died
1793
Jan 3rd
Feb 2nd
Feb 8th
March 16th
March 19th
April 29th
May 8th
June 9th
July 20th
Sept 20th
Nov 16th
Dec 19th

Died
1794
Dec 31st '93
Jan 27th
Feb 12th
April 9th
March 24th
April 13th
May 4th
May 23rd
May 24th
May 24th
Aug 9th
Aug 21st
Oct 17th
Nov 3rd
Dec 16th
Dec 31st '94

Died
1795
Jan 26th
Feb 16th
March 31st
May 16th
Nov 3rd
Nov 7th

Died
1796
Jan 19th
Feb 12th
March 1st
March 27th
June 14th
July 28th
July 28th
Aug 13th
Aug 16th
Nov 3rd
Nov 25th
Dec 21st
Dec 20th

Died
1797
Dec 31st '96
March 4th
March 16th
March 17th
March 24th
March 30th
April 6th
May 18th
May 30th
July 3rd
July 7th
July 20th
Sept 28th

Died
1798
Feb 5th
March 1st
March 13th
March 18th
March 23rd
April 15th
June 26th

Died
1799
Feb 23rd
March 4th
May 2nd
May 7th
May 9th
May 18th
July 30th
Aug 6th
(Aug 9th)
Aug 18th
Oct 27th
Nov 3rd
Nov 23rd
Dec 10th
Dec 25th

Died
1800
Jan 11th
Jan 30th
March 18th
March 23rd
April 12th
April 18th
April 20th
April 27th
May 4th
April 13th
May 30th
June 1st
July 2nd
Aug 5th
Aug 5th
-
Sep 24th
Oct 10th
Oct 15th
Nov 25th
Dec 7th
Dec 26th
 

 
Buried

Jan 8th
Feb 15th
Feb 28th
March 22nd
April 26th
May 1st
May 22nd
June 11th
June 19th
Aug 8th
Sept 18th

Buried

Jan 5th
Feb 4th
Feb 10th
March 18th
March 21st
May 1st
May 10th
June 11th
July 22nd
Sept 22nd
Nov 18th
Dec 21st

Buried

Jan 2nd
Jan 29th
Feb 14th
April 11th
March 26th
April 15th
May 6th
May 25th
May 26th
May 26th
Aug 11th
Aug 23rd
Oct 19th
Nov 6th
Dec 18th
Jan 3rd

Buried

Jan 28th
Feb 18th
April 3rd
May 18th
Nov 6th
Nov 9th

Buried

Jan 22nd
Feb 14th
March 3rd
March 29th
June 18th
July 30th
July 30th
Aug 15th
Aug 18th
Nov 5th
Nov 27th
Dec 23rd
Dec 25th

Buried

Jan 2nd
March 6th
March 18th
March 18th
March 26th
April 1st
April 8th
May 20th
June 1st
July 5th
July 9th
July 21st
Sept 30th

Buried

Feb 7th
March 3rd
March 15th
March 19th
March 25th
April 17th
June 27th

Buried

Feb 25th
Mar 6th
May 4th
May 11th

May 20th
Aug 1st
Aug 8th
Aug 10th
Aug 20th
Oct 29th
Nov 5th
Nov 26th
Dec 12th
Dec 28th

Buried

Jan 13th
Feb ??
Mar 20th
Mar 26th
Apr 14th
Apr 20th
Apr 22nd
Apr 30th
May 7th
May 7th
June 1st
June 3rd
July 4th
Aug 6th
Aug 7th
Aug 25th
Sep 26th
Oct 12th
Oct 18th
Nov 27th
Dec 9th
Dec 28th
 

 
Name

John Button
John Todd son of James Todd
Sarah Drust daughter of Thomas Drust
Sarah Spillman wife of Thomas Spilman
Susanna Gunson widow of Joseph Gunson
Thomas Bell
Thomas Brumby
Joseph Goldsborough son of Joseph Goldsborough
Benjamin Cavell
Thomas Farrar Heaton son of Edward Heaton
Samuel Tomlinson

Name

Esther Everatt Or Everard wife of Richard
Ann Wintringham
Richard Waddingham son of Thomas
Bridget Hodgson wife of Thomas
Blythe Holmes son of John
Thomas Gunson son of Thomas
Ann Gunson wife of Thomas
Samuel Button son of Thomas
Rosamund Scarborough Westoby daughter of John
William Naylor son of Isaac
Ann Harrison daughter of William
Mary Naylor daughter of Thomas

Name

William Sargant
Mary Cooke daughter of William
Barnabas Heaton son of William
Benjamin Scott
Mary Bradley wife of Thomas
Ann Sewell wife of Charles
Robert Sargant
Jane Westoby daughter of John
John Holmes
John Everatt or Everard son of Richard
William Huteson son of John
Mary Nixon widow of Gervase
Sarah Spilman daughter of Thomas
Mary Sargant wife of George
Elizabeth Heaton daughter of Edward
Hannah Bell widow of Joseph

Name

John Banks son of Ann, Now wife of Johnathan Thompson
Charlotte Pickersgill daughter of Blaze
George Sargant son of William Deceased
Hannah Thompson wife of Alexander
John Cook son of William
John Smith son of John

Name

Sarah Naylor widow of Francis
John Jobson
Hannah Grassby wife of William
Eleanor Ruddiforth wife of [No Entry]
John  Scarborough
Agnes Hardy wife of Thomas
Elizabeth Lamming
Edward Brooks
Mary Naylor daughter of Adam
Jane Everratt daughter of Richard
George Playfoot son of Thomas
Thomas Barratt son of William
Hannah Crust wife of Thomas

Name

Eleanor Bragg widow of [No Entry]
John Thompson son of John
Thomas Bradley
Mary Hamilton daughter of James
Hannah Storm Illegitimate daughter of Elizabeth
Sarah Heaton daughter of James
Elizabeth Naylor wife of Thomas
Dudding Pickersgill son of Blaze
Frances Sargant daughter of George
James Hamshaw son of James
Coulson Oldridge son of Wilfrey Deceased
Joseph Bell son of Thomas Deceased
Thomas Sleight son of William

Name

James Heaton son of James
Joseph Bell son of John
Ann Heaton wife of William
John Thompson son of John
Hannah Heaton daughter of Edward
Amos Heaton son of William
Thomas Ingram son of William

Name

William Robinson Son of W[illia]m, labourer;
Elizabeth Bratton D[aughte]r of Thomas & Elizabeth;
Hannah Hoodlass D[aughte]r of Edward, labourer;
William Gibson Cordwainer;
Elizabeth Drust Wife of Rich[ar]d, lab[oure]r;
George Splayfoot Son of Tho[mas], waterman;
Thomas Watson Son of Tho[mas], lab[oure]r;
Mary Gibson Wife of W[illia]m, cordwainer;
  Unknown  
Ann Morris D[aughte]r of Thomas, waterman;
Sarah Hewson or Huteson D[aughte]r of John, lab[oure]r;
Thomas Gibson Son of Thomas, cordwainer;
John Height Labourer;
Mary Frankish Widow of James;
Thomas Naylor 
   
Name
   
Thomas Tock Farmer;
Sarah Bell Son of Thomas, Lab[oure]r;
Alice Brooks  D[aughte]r of John, lab[oure]r;
George Sargant D[aughte]r of John, farmer;
Thomas Bratton Waterman;
Hannah Robinson Tailor;
Jane Sargant D[aughte]r of Joseph, lab[oure]r;
Betty Naylor Widow of George, joiner;
Maria Sargant  Wife of Edward, farmer;
George Alsop D[aughte]r of George,
Richard Drust Mariner;
Jane Farrow Lab[oure]r;
William Snell Wife of Thomas, farmer
John Beacock Lab[oure]r;
Isaac Heaton Son of John Beacock, waterman;
John Beacock Son of Edward, bricklayer;
John Brooks Son of John, farmer;
Sarah Leadham Wife of William, lab[oure]r;
Thomas Crust Son of Robert, lab[oure]r;
William Chapman 
Mary Leadham D[aughte]r of W[illia]m, lab[oure]r;
Frances Sargant D[aughte]r of John, carpenter;
 

 
Age

73
2
Infant
41
90
74
44
14
61
2
75

Age


87
Infant
50
Infant
17

Infant
10
Infant
Infant
15

Age

35
30
Infant
67
73
64
38
22
74
8
Infant
87
Infant
39
Infant


Age








Age















Age

83
Infant
83
2
Infant
Infant
61
Infant
5
Infant
34
43
6

Age

Infant
Infant
43
Infant
2
Infant
5

Age

63
21
7
57
34
Infant
Infant
21

22
10
4
66
75
71

Age

Infant
25
Infant
47
55
Infant
80
40
Infant

30
58
71
2
1
73
Infant
35
3
66
2
Infant
 

 
Occupation (of self/husband/father)

Brickmaker
Labourer
Horse Breaker
Blacksmith
Shoemaker
Formerly A Ferryman
Miller
Labourer
Labouring Man
Mason
Labouring Man

Occupation (of self/husband/father)

Tailor

Carpenter
Cottager
Victualler
Labour
Labour
Brickmaker
Yeoman
Farmer
Labour
Farmer

Occupation (of self/husband/father)

Joiner And Carpenter
Cottager
Bricklayer
Shoemaker
Yeoman
Farmer
Joiner And Carpenter
Yeoman
Cottager
Tailor
Coalporter

Blacksmith

Bricklayer


Occupation (of self/husband/father)

John Banks son of Ann, Now wife of Johnathan Thompson






Occupation (of self/husband/father)


Pauper
Cooper

Yeoman
Labourer

Farmer
Farmer
Tailor
Waterman
Farmer
Farmer

Occupation (of self/husband/father)


Labourer
Yeoman
Labourer

Mason
Farmer
Cottager
Ferryman



Labourer

Occupation (of self/husband/father)

Mason
Waterman
Bricklayer
Labourer
Bricklayer
Bricklayer
Labourer

Occupation (of self/husband/father)

labourer;

labourer;
Cordwainer;
lab[oure]r;
waterman
lab[oure]r;
cordwainer;

waterman;
lab[oure]r;
cordwainer;
Labourer;
Widow of James;


Occupation (of self/husband/father)

Farmer;
Lab[oure]r;
lab[oure]r;
farmer;
Waterman;
Tailor;
lab[oure]r;
joiner;
farmer;

Mariner;
Lab[oure]r;
farmer
Lab[oure]r;
waterman;
bricklayer;
farmer;
lab[oure]r;
lab[oure]r;

lab[oure]r;
carpenter;
 

 
Abode

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Abode

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Abode

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Abode

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Abode

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Abode

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Abode

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Abode

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Of Hull,
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Abode

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Winteringham
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Winteringham
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Fish Lake, Yorkshire
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Hull, Holy Trinity
Winteringham
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Winteringham
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Hull, Holy Trinity
Winteringham
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Winteringham
 

 
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Notes

Palsy
Smallpox by innoculation   n.b. the only one who died of this who were inoculated.

Consumption
Old age


Consumption
Palsy



Notes


Old age



Drowned in the haven
Grief most probably for her son's death

Consumption


Consumption

Notes







Sudden death










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Notes



Childbed



Killed by a waggonwheel

Notes


Late of this parish


a decline



A corpse left by the tide. His dress was that of a sailor. Found 9 August 1799
a decline






Notes

sudden death

a decline

a decline
sudden death


a decline
accidently drowned on Easter Day, April 13, and was washed up by the tide
a decline
Goxhill ??






(w)hooping cough


(w)hooping cough
 

 

 

Notes from Kay and Val:

Sept 4th 1809: Lorenzo Grainger buried his own wife, but made no comment.
Scrophula was tuberculosis of the neck
Natural smallpox - smallpox contracted naturally, as opposed to being vaccinated with it to immunise

 

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