Beer Retailers of Malton 1834-1858, History of Malton & Norton

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Beer Retailers of Malton

1834 (Taken from Pigot and Co.'s National Commercial Directory)

William Allen – Low St. Lancelot Ash – Cattle Market. James Ford – Greengate. William Frost – Ling Cottage. Ellis Harwood – Old Maltongate.
William Lapish – Newbiggin. Richard Robinson – Newbiggin.

1840 (Taken from History of the East & North Ridings of Yorkshire by William White)

William Allan – Low St. Lancelot Ash – Cattle Market. Robert Drake – Wheelgate. Mary Harwood – Old Maltongate. William Lapish – Newbiggin. William Shuter – Low St. Henry Simpson – Old Maltongate.

1844 (Taken from Williams & Co's Directory History of Towns & Villages)

William Allen – Low St. Lancelot Ash – Cattle Market. John Calvert – Old Maltongate. James Ford – Greengate. Mary Harewood – Old Maltongate. William Lapish – Newbiggin. Richard Robinson – Newbiggin. William Shuter – Low St.

1846 (Taken from General Directory of Kingston-upon-Hull and York by F. White & Co)

Harriet Allan – Low St. Lancelot Ash – Cattle Market. Richard Dawson – Newbiggin. Mary Harwood – Old Maltongate. John Sixton – Wheelgate.
Matthew Stamper – Old Maltongate.

1851 (Taken from General Directory of Kingston-upon-Hull and York by Francis White & Co)

William Ford – Greengate. William Green – Cattle Market.
Mary Harwood – Old Maltongate. Richard Robinson – Newbiggin.
Stephen Robinson – Castlegate. Matthew Stamper – Old Maltongate.
Richard Wilson – Wheelgate.

1855 (Taken from Slater's (Late Pigot & Co.'s) Royal National Commercial Directory-Northern Counties)

Charles Dawson – Greengate. Thomas Gibson – Newbiggin. Timothy Ineson – Finkle St. George Perren – Castlegate. Stephen Robinson – Castlegate. John Smith – Old Maltongate. Richard Wilson – Wheelgate.

1857 (Taken from Post Office Directory of Yorkshire published by Kelly and Co)

William Ford – Greengate. William Foster – Wheelgate.
Thomas Gibson & Shoemaker – Newbiggin. Mrs. Annie Green – Cattle Market. James Hague – Castlegate. Francis Marshall – Wheelgate. Stephen Robinson – Wheelgate. Matthew Stamper – Old Maltongate. Thomas Watson – Finkle St.

1858 (Taken from General Directory of Kingston-upon-Hull and York by Francis White & Co)

William Foster – Wheelgate. Thomas Gibson – Cattle Market. Ann Green – Castlegate. James Hague – Castlegate. Francis Marshall – Wheelgate. Stephen Robinson – Castlegate. Matthew Stamper – Old Maltongate. Thos. Watson – Finkle St.



Author:John Stone
Date:06/10/2007
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