The Westobys in the 1851 Census
There were two households of Westobys in 1851, which are detailed in the Census as:
57, West End, Westoby, John, Head, w, 77, m, Landed Proprietor, Winteringham, Lincolnshire
57, West End, Driffill, Elizabeth, Servant, u, 27, f, Housekeeper, West Halton, Lincolnshire
60, West End, Westoby, Thomas, Head, m, 76, m, Agricultural labourer, Winteringham, Lincolnshire
60, West End, Westoby, Elizabeth, Wife, m, 75, f, , Winteringham, Lincolnshire
60, West End, Westoby, Mary, Daughter, u, 51, f, , Winteringham, Lincolnshire
60, West End, Westoby, Plesant, Daughter, u, 23, f, , Winteringham, Lincolnshire
60, West End, Westoby, Ann, Grand-daughter, u, 9, f, , Winteringham, Lincolnshire
The Westobys in the 1901 Census
Although there is no-one in Winteringham with the Westoby surname in 1901, Pleasant
Westoby (above) still resides in the village, now called Lawty. (NB her forename is spelt slightly differently in the original documents as shown here)
b15, Silver Street, Lawty, Pleasant, Head, w, 73, f, Living on Own Means, , , Winteringham
Elsewhere on this site ...
Edward Westoby illustrated the book “A History of Winterton and the Adjoining
Villages” by W Andrew (1836). His drawing in that book of Winteringham Church may be seen by clicking here. Other drawings of his are available on the North Lincolnshire Council Image Archive, which is available by clicking here.
The window in Winteringham Church, dedicated to Henry Kirke White provided by
Edward Westoby, his friend, is shown on the Henry Kirke White page of this website.