Winteringham Families:
Scarbrough

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The Scarbrough Family of Silver Street

The photographs and information below were kindly supplied by Peter Jamieson, website: www.goodworth.org

The Scarbroughs were one of the village’s influential families.  In the 1851 these were their households in Silver Street:

Scarbrough

John

Head

married

49

male

Landed proprietor

Winteringham

Scarbrough

Elizabeth

Wife

married

39

female

 

Whitton

Scarbrough

John

Son

unmarried

10

male

Scholar at home

Winteringham

Scarbrough

Emily

Daughter

unmarried

9

female

Scholar at home

Winteringham

Scarbrough

Robert

Son

unmarried

6

male

Scholar at home

Winteringham

Scarbrough

Rosamund

Daughter

unmarried

3

female

 

Winteringham

Scarbrough

Mary

Daughter

unmarried

2

female

 

Winteringham

Agar

Eliza

Governess

unmarried

25

female

Governess

York, Yorkshire

Elsom

Emma

Servant

unmarried

20

female

Cook

Yaddlethorpe

Markham

Sarah

Servant

unmarried

19

female

House maid

Alkborough

Storm

Rebecca

Servant

unmarried

14

female

Nurse maid

Winteringham

Hunter

Johnson

Servant

unmarried

15

male

Groom

Burton-on-Stather

And a little further down Silver Street:

Scarbrough

Mary

Head

unmarried

47

female

Landed Proprietress

Winteringham

Scarbrough

Edward

Visitor

unmarried

5

male

Scholar

Winteringham

Owbridge

Letitia

Servant

unmarried

24

female

House servant

Haxey

John and Elizabeth also had:
a. Edward Westoby Scarbrough (I) 1842-1845
b. Dudding Scarbrough 1850-1850
c. Henry Dudding Scarbrough 1851-1852

The photographs below are arranged in the order they appear above, with the exception of Edward Scarbrough. He was the son of John Scarbrough but was a ‘visitor’ to Mary Scarbrough’s at the time of the census.  His photo is therefore placed in the age order for his family.

John Scarbrough of Winteringham
John Thomas Scarbrough of Winteringham

Left and below:

John Scarbrough 1802-1873

The head of the family in 1851

©Peter Jamieson www.goodworth.org

John Scarbrough of Winteringham

Left:

John Thomas Scarbrough (1840-1873)

This is the younger John Scarbrough (aged 10) in the 1851 census list.

He married Harriet Moss in Patrington in 1868. As far as I know they had one son, John, in 1869.

In 1881, Harriet is living in Hull (and also in 1891 with an elder sister Minnie Moss).

In 1881 I think John is at boarding school at Clifton
Green in York.

©Peter Jamieson www.goodworth.org

Right:

Emily Mary Scarbrough (1841-1899)

Picture taken 1868

©Peter Jamieson www.goodworth.org

Emily Mary Scarbrough of Winteringham
Edward Westoby Scarbrough of Winteringham

Left:

Edward Westoby Scarbrough (1846-1868)

©Peter Jamieson www.goodworth.org

 

Right:

Rosamund Scarbrough (1848-1917)

Rosamond married farmer Thomas Dickinson in 1874 and was living in Silver Street in Winteringham in 1881 and 1891 (possibly until she died).

My aunt (1908-1985) wrote that she was known as Aunt R and that (around 1913) she was ...

"a widow and a portly soul in a voluminous dress and a bonnet. She lived in a small house in Winteringham where she had a harmonium which I loved trying to play - with great difficulty in reaching the pedals."

©Peter Jamieson www.goodworth.org

 

Mary Elizabeth Scarbrough of Winteringham

Right:

Mary Ann Scarbrough(?)

I think this must be the Scarbrough listed as Mary Ann Scarbrough in Silver Street in Winteringham in 1881. She is listed as unmarried, living on own means, aged 77, born Winteringham, with Servant Ann Storm and boarder Emma Storm.

I haven't yet been able to find any birth, baptism or death record for this Mary Ann Scarbrough (I haven't looked at the original parish registers for the village) but assume she must be closely related to John Scarbrough - I believe she can only be a sister.

She was buried 15 January 1886 at Winteringham, aged 82.

©Peter Jamieson www.goodworth.org

 

Rosamund Scarbrough of Winteringham

Left:

Mary Elizabeth Scarbrough (1849-1886)

My great-great-grandmother. Photo taken in 1868, a year before she married Roger Portington Goodworth.

©Peter Jamieson www.goodworth.org

Mary Ann Scarbrough of Winteringham

Below is an extract from a book called “Lincolnshire Leaders”, with scans supplied by Ken Jacobs.

Lincolnshire Leaders
RP Goodworth 1
RP Goodworth 2

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