in April Days of Old
The marriage of Thomas Bainton and Agnes Browne became the first one recorded in the Parish Registers;
1st April 1696
De La Pryme wrote: The
old Roman way has come straight from Lincoln thither. There are great foundations dug and ploughed up hard by this way near the Humber, which I take to
have been some old beach made by the Romans to bring and secure their ships in, because that it encompasses a great piece of land and is warp up. I also
saw an old coin or two of the Roman Empire that had been found there.
1st April 1913
The Wesleyans held their Sunday School anniversary.
Recitations were given by Evelyn Terry, Olive Kirkby, Rose Robinson, Elsie Routh, Mary Beacock, Edward Marriss, Thomas Barratt, Freddie Robinson, Nellie Routh,
Richard Bell, and Ethel Marriss.
1st April 1922
Winteringham Rovers beat Barton Reserves in a Barton and District League game by 4-0.
There having been just 8 weddings in the previous 6 years, there were two weddings in two days at Winteringham! On April 2nd John Button
married Elizabeth Beaumont, and the next day Thomas Wintringham married Susanna Croudson. Thomas Adam was the Rector.
2nd April 1867
Parker, innkeeper and thrashin machine owner, was declared bankrupt at Barton County Court
2nd April 1937
Concrete Expert's Admission at
That he had lived beyond his means was given as a reason for the lapse of Howard de Metz, 45, concrete expert, and a native of Brixton, who at
Lindsey Quarter Sessions today, admitted that at Winteringham between April 14th 1936, and January 26th last, he converted to his own use £50 9s 8d which had
been entrusted to him by his employers, the Franki Compressed Pile Co., Ltd.
It was stated that his employers did not desire extreme measures to be taken
The magistrates bound him over in £10 for three years.
Prosecuting, Mr Sutton Nelthorpe stated that the offence took place while the accused
was employed as superintendent on one of the firm's outside contracts. His employers had not dispensed with his services, but he had been reduced to
the position of a labourer.
De Metz stated that he had made arrangements to repay his employers.
2nd April 1914
A letter praising the work done by
the Hull Royal Infirmary was published in the Hull & Lincolnshire Times. David Andrews (who ran the shop in West End) also suggested that
Winteringham raised a great deal of cash for the hospital and hoped his letter would spark village rivalry to do even better.
3rd April 1682
Mason's probate inventory valued his worldly goods at £77-1s-0d. The cheapest valuation on individual items was for rye un thrasht at 5 shillings,
and 4 pullan valued at 1s 4d.
3rd April 1893
The Henry arrived in Grimsby Docks from Winteringham
3rd April 1900
E Bray advertised for a
cycle a "Gnetleman's Pneumatic Safety." It must be in a good condition, and the seller should state the maker's name.
The Hull Daily Mail ran a piece about the efforts of Barton Town Council suggesting that the planned railway from Winteringham to Barton really ought
to go ahead. The present journey from Scunthorpe to Hull [via Barnetby, Brocklesby, and New Holland] was "notoriously bad" whilst the
alternative via Winteringham and Barton would be much better.
3rd April 1923
Winteringham failed to fulfil a fixture with Asby Mill Road, and were
later fined 5s, and required to pay 24 shillings to their opponents. Ashby Mill Road also claimed the points!
4th April 1862
We are informed
that several children have lately been expelled from the parish school, because they attended other than the church school on a Sunday. If this report be
true, we scarcely think it justifiable, inasmuch as the parish school is supported by grants from the Committee of Council on Education.
Mr Robert Pulleine was kicked by a cart horse at the stock sale at Roxby. He was very deaf, and hadn't heard the warning of the auctioneer to
stand back. He was attended to by Dr Goodworth, but died ten minutes later. He had been knocked down by horses twice at a recent sale at Walcroft
4th April 1917
Death of Edmund Dodson Cordeaux, aged 102, and "Mayor" of Winteringham for 40 years.
5th April 1680
Jackson's probate inventory showed the largest item in her £35-18s-10d was the debts of £23-15s!
5th April 1796
Tithes and Common Rights
6th April 1858
Winteringham Church saw a double wedding, when two sisters shared the same wedding day. Bessy Gibson (24) married John Smith
(26) from Barton, and her sister Mary Gibson (21) married William Lawrence from Whitton. The service was conducted by Lionel Dawson-Damer.
BRIGG UNION.-NOMINATIONS OF GUARDIANS.—The following have been nominated for the office of Guardians of the poor for the several parishes
in the Glanford Brigg Union, viz. :-Appleby, Robert Johnson; Ashby, Reuben Trafford ; Alkborough, John Farrow; Barnetby, Everatt Abraham ; Barrow, Joseph
Clayton and Thos. Tombleson, jun.; Barton St.Mary, Henry Jenkins Tomlinson; Barton St. Peter, William Blyth; Bonby, Rev Grey Skipworth; Bromby, Wm. Edlington;
Burringham, Henry Thomas Mould; Burton—upon·Stather Edmund Godfrey; Cadney-cum-Howsham and Newstead, Joshua Hill; Cleatham, Matthew Maw; Crosby, Henry
Foster; East Halton, Joseph Wright; Flixbro’, John Pulleine; Frodingham, Rev Ed. Mitford Weigall and Joseph Cliff; Glanford Brigg, Henry H.
Cave and Jno. Laverack; Goxhill, Jos. Hardy ; Gunhouse, Wm. Empson; Hibaldstow, W. Wright ;Horkstow, Francis Nelson; Kirmington, W. J. Frankish;
Kirton-in-Lindsey, Wm. England Howlett and John Wm. Cook; Melton Ross, Jonas Webb; Messingham, Wm; Sowerby; Redbourne, Geo. Bland Herring; Roxby-cum-Risby;
Chas. Scoffin Holgate; Scawby-cum-Sturton, Robt. Johnson; Scunthorpe, Joshua Horton Dawes, John Mundey, Chas. Arthur Cheesman, and Ralph Driffill; South
Ferriby, Wm. Kitchen Waddingham; South. Killingholme, Geo. Houlton; Thornton Curtis, Samuel Heath; Twigmore and Raventhorpe, John Beaulah and John Massey;
Ulceby, Chas. Stow; Whitton, Joseph Naylor; Winteringham, Wm. Nettleship Marshall, Joseph· Burkill, Edmund Brumby, and John Watkin; Winterton, John Brownlow;
Wootton, Wm. Swallow; Worlaby, John Wilson H Budibent; Wrawby, Wm. John Swales; Yaddlethorpe, James Fisher. In only three parishes is a contest probable,
namely, at Scunthorpe, where two Guardians are required and four persons have been nominated; at Winteringham, where six, have been nominated (two of whom have
resigned), and only one Guardian to be elected; and at Twigmore, where one Guardian is required and two have been nominated.
6th April 1904
Scunthorpe Petty Sessions, W Howden and F Ogg were appointed Parish Constables.
7th April 1843
Lindsey Quarter Sessions found John Button of
Winteringham guilty, and he was sentenced to 10 years transportation to Van Diemen's Land, Tasmania, aboard the Anson in 1844.
7th April 1892
funeral of Richard Pulleine (79) who had died after being kicked by a horse.
7th April 1899
Mr Sewell, farmer, advertised for a young married man as
Labourer. The pay was 18s a week.
7th April 1899
The Sheffield Independent reported a proposal to acknowledge the service of Rev Sale who had
resigned his post at Hoyland to come to Winteringham.
7th April 1939
A Roman well containing Roman pottery and the bones of animals has been
discovered near Ermine-street, the ancient British highway, at Winteringham
8th April 1931
Roman Wells discovered and excavated at Tranymere
8th April 1940
Colonel Dudding of Greestone Holme near Lincoln, advertised a small, double-fronted house with stabling, storehouse, dove cot,
garden and paddock, in the village for £450.
9th April 1705
Anthony Shankster's probate inventory included 50 yards of hempen cloth
unbleach't valued at £1-17s-6d, but his greatest wealth was in his animals and crops in an oxgang of land
9th April 1909
A shop was advertised to
let, described as commodious house and shop, with large outbuildings, stablings, excellent orchard. Th key was held at Laburnum Cottage.
T Brumby paraded his shire horse in an "Entire Horse" parade. It was described as a "nice ba, standing 17 hands, on short muscular
legs, good joints, flat bone, and hair of exceptional quality. It was to travel in the neighbourhood of Brigg, Kirton, Rasen and Caistor. [Ed: an
entire horse is a stallion].
9th April 1928
Leap Year dance at the Temperance Hall
10th April 1751
Probate of John Barrett: Leaves £100 to
his daughter Mary and his silver cup, to be paid when she is 21, and she is to be maintained and educated by the executors till then. All the rest of his goods
and chattels and personal estate to his wife and son John share and share alike and to be joint executors.
11th April 1668
probate inventory included: one cubbart tow tables tow chares three furmes wth other implmts
11th April 1826
Isaac Chafer and William Thomas, late of
Winteringham, laborers [sic] were convicted of stealing two turkeys and one fowl from John Burkill. Chafer was sentenced to be transported for 7 years,
and Thomas to be committed to Kirton Bridewell [prison] for 12 months hard labour.
11th April 1894
James Jarvis, a farmer aged 36, married Agnes
Robinson (23) in Winteringham Church.
11th April 1906
Mr Harrison's farm auction included horses called Polly, Buto, Maggy, Violet, Daisy, and
Bonny. The horses made up to 31 guineas. The extensive range of implements were described as "nearly all new."
Mr Nottingham, a poultry dealer, was driving home from a sale towards Ferriby Sluice with a load of poultry, when he turned a corner too sharply, broke
a shaft and the trap over turned, bruising the occupants, and throwing the poultry all over the road.
11th April 1907
Two plots of building land
(which appear by the description to have been in West End between Marsh Lane and Western Green) and 2 fields were auctioned at the Bay Horse, starting at
11th April 1907
The Hull Daily Mail reported that the Clerk to the Council (Brigg RDC) raised the position of Winteringham Free Wharfe [sic] and
road, expressing the view that it should be kept free as at present. He was given full authority to pursue the case.
11th April 1909
trap accident occurred on the Ferriby Road, Barton, between a trap hired by a party of young men from the George Hotel, Barton, and the other a Winteringham
Party that included the elderly Geroge Clayton, a well known local preacher who was returning from Barton Waterside Methodist Chapel. The collision was
so violent that the harness from both ponies was removed in the impact. Two young men from the Barton Party were detained at the police
12th April 1833
An advert in the Stamford Mercury offered to let Winteringham Academy, which included a dwelling house with large
school-room attached. A classical, commercial and mathematical school had been established by Mr G C Clarke (who is moving to a more distant part), and
there were no other established boarding schools for young gentlemen in the area.
12th April 1865
Louisa Lucy Rudston Read, the wife of the former
Rector of Winteringham, died at Withyham Sussex; the current lectern in the church is dedicated to her memory.
12th April 1904
The Hull Daily Mail
reported that Winteringham Chapel [West End] cost £930, with a current debt of £70.
12th April 1907
At a GCR Board meeting, it was reported that the
GCR and the L&Y Railway had entered into an agreement about the running of the railway to Winteringham.
13th April 1880
Hull Packet advertises
sale of household goods (see “On this day” on 16th April)
13th April 1887
Winteringham collected £1 10s 2d for the Women's and
Girls' Jubilee from 111 donors.
13th April 1979
John H Bratton photographed Lysaghts Steelworks from Winteringham (see Hi-Res site)
On Wednesday 14th inst [Wed 14th April 1847] the dwelling house of Mr Joseph Leggit, of Winteringham, was forcibly entered, when two dark
superfine cloth coats, a white wool scarf, a pair of silk bracelets, a silver tea spoon, and other valuable articles were stolen therefrom.
R Ellerby offered an old-established wheelwright and joiner's shop with house and premises for sale, along with stock and fixtures at
14th April 1920
Routh and Waddingham's shipbuilding and repairing business was offered for sale by private treaty. They were
giving up the business. It included a floating dock 76 feet long and 25 feet wide.
15th April 1847
In the early hours, the dwelling house of
Jefferson Sugget was burgled and a variety of articles stolen. The thieves were not found.
15th April 1870
The Stamford Mercury reported that
John Stothard, 29, had been charged with assaulting PC Christopher at Winteringham on 8th March. He was sentenced to 9 months hard labour for the
assault, and 6 months for stealing fowl. PC Christopher was awarded £3 for his meritorious conduct.
15th April 1885
140 longwool sheep, 28
shorthorn cattle, 4 pork pigs, and horses named Sarah, Boxer, Bute, Blossom, Damsel, and Jet, were included in the sale as well as machinery - 4 wagons, 4
carts, a Cambridge roller, smooth roller, iron and wood harrows, chisel harrow, iron drag, 4 iron ploughs, 2 scuffers, cake breaker, turnip cutter,
15th April 1898
A meeting was held at the Cross Keys Inn, chaired by Dr Goodworth. Mr Myers the engineer gave details of the proposed
railway from Scunthorpe, with branches to Winterton and Alkborough. The capital was in place, and the line certain to be constructed.
A billiard handicap was concluded at the Reading Room and Club, won by B Bickell, who beat H Bray. Other notable village names taking part
included E Routh, H Sutton, J Yewdall, G Beacock, T Waddingham, W Towle, J Green, S Dawson, P Lowson, J Dodds, W Langton, among others.
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.
Low Hall Close, High Hall Close and a field in Rotten Sykes were sold by Auction at the Bay Horse.
16th April 1889
Frederick Clayton, a
sailor aged 19, married Jane Barley (20) in Winteringham Parish Church.
16th April 1912
An office of the London Joint Stock Bank Ltd opened in
Winteringham to be staffed each Tuesday from the Scunthorpe Branch.
17th April 1906
Church tea and concert
17th April 1907
The Hull Daily
Mail reported that the railway to Winteringham and the Haven were nearing completion, and that contracts have been invited for the section from Winteringham to
17th April 1909
The Hull Daily Mail reported that borings for coal had been taking place in the district for 2½ years, and that good quality
had been found. It suggested that the use of Winteringham as a port, and railway would benefit greatly from the new coalfield.
Mr Skipworth the Station Master went away
18th April 1906
Social in Free Hall
18th April 1882
NATIONAL SCHOOL. - A novel and
somewhat interesting gathering took place in this building in the afternoon of the 18th inst., when the needlework done by the children attending the school
during the previous twelve months was brought together, its excellence judged, and prizes awarded by ladies who kindly undertook the task. The general
character of the work was considered to reflect the considerable credit on the children, and on the schoolmistress too, and much interest was evinced in the
result. A sale of some of the work took place, the proceeds of which will be for the benefit of the school funds, and it is hoped hereafter that this
sale will be better patronised than it could, perhaps, be expected to be now. In addition to the prizes above-named a good conduct prize was awarded; and
if friends of the school would kindly help, as they have promised, it is unlikely that the authorities may be able to give more liberally in future years than
they were able to do now.
19th April 1656
The banns were published in Winteringham Market Place for the marriage of Thomas Wressell, a Quaker, of
Winteringham, and Margaret Davison of Burton super Stather.
19th April 1673
The probate inventory of William Mitchill showed that he had over
£587-worth of goods, furniture, stock, and crops in the land;
19th April 1900
John Charles Burkill - later a famous mathematician - was baptised at
19th April 1900
The Wesleyan Chapel in West End was registered for solemnizing Marriages from this day forward.
The official title of Winteringham school changed to Winteringham County School.
20th April 1883
ELECTION OF GUARDIANS
The counting of the
votes given during the election of Guardians for Scunthorpe and Winteringham, the only two parishes in the Union in which contests have taken place, was
completed last week, with the following result: - Scunthorpe, J. Mundey 146, J. H. Dawes 141 (both elected), R. Driffill 89, C. A. Cheesman 64; Winteringham,
W. Marshall 47 (elected), Jos. Burkill 38, J. Watkin 14, E. Brumby 16. The old Guardians were Messrs Mundey and Dawes for Scunthorpe, and Mr Burkill for
20th April 1885
On Monday [April 20th 1885], owing to some not very obvious cause, one of the sails fell off the mill here, bearing
with it part of the iron cross. The day was fine, and at the time of the accident the mill was going slowly.
20th April 1906
After various details of collections and sums attributed were made - it being noted that more than half the fund
for the sick and the poor had been given to non-conformists, the problem of burial in the churchyard was raised ... space being at a premium. It was
suggested that if the church gave the ground to the parish, then the parish should bear the expense of building a substantial wall round it. The meeting
also carried the following motion unanimously "The Education Bill in its present form should be opposed as unjust to the children of Church
people." [Ed: The bill referred to was one that would have removed the legal obligation to teach RE in schools. The Bill was defeated, and so
it remains a requirement to this day!]
21st April 1682
Possibly the most valuable probate inventory of the time in the village was begun this day for
the estate of Thomas Boothby. It wasn't completed until the 29th, when a value of £837-17-6 was placed on the worldly goods. In amongst the
wagons was a muck wain.
21st April 1809
George and Elizabeth Sargant had a baby they also named George. Unfortunately, at the age of seven
months, little George became one of the 7 babies born that year to die before their first birthday. In total, 28 children were born in 1809, and of the
quarter of them that died, 6 were boys, and just one was a girl.
21st April 1810
"The preceeding accompt closeing on the 21st of April on
account we have contracted with the Governor for the Diet and labour of the poor for 12 months from that time - signed Robt. Scrivener, Treasurer, Rob.
21st April 1882
At Winterton Petty Sessions
Wesley Grant, higgler, summoned for allowing his horse to stray on the highway on the
21st ult., was fined 7s 6d, including costs. (Heard on 5th May 1882)
21st April 1935
Dorothy Bray married Richard Tourret. See history site for
picture and full description.
22nd April 1849
The inscription on Orobanche Cottage … "Orobanche Tugurium, April 22nd, 5609 (Jewish
22nd April 1883
Frank Bell, George Burkill, and George Chapman, all of Winteringham, summoned for game trespass on the lands of Mr J.
Tombleson, on Sunday the 22nd ult., were fined 10s each and costs.
22nd April 1922
On Saturday 22nd April, Winteringham Rovers FC, already champions
of the Barton and District League, beat the team selected from the other teams in the league 5-0!
23rd April 1661
The Rector of Winteringham Edward
Boteler preaches a sermon in Hull Church: "God's Goodnesse in Crowning the King". He became the King's Chaplain.
The coroner listed ten deaths to have occurred in his district over the previous year. One was a "female aged nine, from violence, at
Wintringham, returned to me as manslaughter." [Ed: Our parish registers do not include any child of this or similar age that this could refer
23rd April 1896
The Alexandra Roller Steam Flour Mills were auctioned together with the house and two cottages, at the Angel Hotel in
Brigg. The machinery had been arranged and fitted up by Simons of Manchester, and had a capacity of 2½ sacks per hour. It contained some of the
most recent developments in roller milling!
23rd April 1905
Barrow's Band of Hope heard from the preacher "The Teetotal Butcher" Mr T
Dawson of Winteringham.
24th April 1905
Church sale of work
24th April 1909
J Barley, poultry dealer, offered a chestnut horse, and a panel
cart built by Routh Bros of Winteringham, for sale. It was described as a "Tradesman's Turnout."
24th April 1917
Howden, of the Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Commemorated on the Arras Memorial. Charles Howden was born in Winteringham to Wilson and Christianna Howden, on
25th November 1897. His father, Wilson, was a Wheelwright, and is also described as a farmer in the directories of 1905 and 1909. Enlisted Brigg, 40154,
Private, Killed in Action. Formerly 13633 Training Reserve. On the night of the 23rd , orders had been issued for a general attack on the following
evening. These were, however, cancelled later, but the battalion was ordered to assault a certain hill at 4pm. However,owing to a brigade runner losing his
way, the orders as to a change in the time of barrage did not arrive and the two companies detailed - "W" and "X" of the Battalion -
attacked with very great gallantry, unsupported by our guns. They were met with very heavy shell, machine-gun and rifle fire and the attack failed, the
companies being at last compelled to fall back on the original frontline.
25th April 1908
Miss Bickell advertised her boparding school, at which she
taught English, French, Esperanto, Music, etc.
25th April 1939
The Humber Conservancy Board heard that a scheme of protective works had been started
between Ferriby Sluice and Winteringham Haven.
26th April 1656
The banns of marriage were published for the second time in Winteringham Market Place
for the marriage of Thomas Wressell of Winteringham, and Margaret Davison of Burton super Stather.
26th April 1901
Lindsey County Council's
meeting at Lincoln heard from the County Analyst that a sample of beer from Winteringham showed arsenic to be present in a dangerous degree.
Herbert Whitley drowned.
26th April 1949
New Dining Hall used for first time
28th April 1909
Charles and Emily King, of Salisbury,
Rhodesia, had their daughter Freda baptised at Winteringham.
29th April 1793
Thomas Gunson (17) drowned in the Haven. His mother died 10 days
later on May 8th, of "Grief, most probably for her son's death" according to the Parish Registers.
29th April 1796
The notice of
Enclosure of Winteringham appeared in the Stamford Mercury;
29th April 1881
WRECKAGE - The keel Mary was recovered from the Humber last week, and
brought to Messrs Routh and Waddingham's dry dock for repairs.
29th April 1920
Farms take shape
The Marquess of Lincolnshire's
Winteringham Estate was sold.
A mixed farm of 106 acres was sold to Mr Sewell for £3,800
Manor Farm was sold to Scunthorpe Co-Op Society for £7,300
A Simons bought a farm for £4,200, 23 acres of allotments gardens for £800, 9 acres of arable for £350, 10 acres of arable for £530, 8 acres of grass for £610,
12 acres of pasture for £780
Mr Burkell [sic] bought a residence for £750.
Sandhills Farm was sold to Mr Sutton for £3,400.
A holding was sold to Mr J
Waddingham for £400.
Mr J J Simons bought 23 acres for £710, another 21 acres of arable for £700, 6 acres of grass for £350.
Mr Howden bought 5 acres
22 acres were sold to Mr CF Clark for £700, 4 acres of grass for £200, 10 acres for £250, 22 acres of pasture for £1,160
Mr Sawyer bought 20
acres of arable for £790.
Mr H Smith bought 11 acres of arable and grass for £450
Mr Lockwood bought 4 acres of grass £510
Mr Leebury [sic - normally
spelt Leaberry] bought 7 acres of arable for £290
Mr Barratt bought 10 acres of arable for £480, a further 9 acres of arable for £430 and 20 acres of
pasture for £700
Mr Havercroft bought 13 acres of allotment gardens for £490
30th April 1831
Meeting to fix rate for Church
30th April 1907
The Bill regarding the building of a dock at Winteringham was before Parliament. Hull Corporation sent a delegation
to object to it, as it would be detrimental to the port of Hull.
30th April 1909
National School closed due to an outbreak of whooping cough.
Originally intended for 3 weeks, but a further extension meant it remained closed until June 7th!
30th April 1943
A miniature .22 shooting match took
place at Winteringham between the Appleby and Winteringham sections of the Home Guard. Twelve members of each section fired five shots each at 25 yards
range in the open air. Appleby won by 39, scoring 475 against Winteringham's 436. Sgt N Jackson shot extremely well for Appleby, scoring a
30th April 1946
First school dinners served at Winteringham School. 60 children stayed.