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No.1 In 1893 Malton & Norton Cooperative Socy., Ltd., (Arthur Pilmore – Sec.) George Packwood – Hunt Tailor (1913).
No.3 William Dale – Fancy Dealer (1893) and in 1905 took over No.5.
No.5 Laister & Sons – Rope & Twine Makers (J.W.Fawcett Agent). (1893)John William Fawcett – Rope Maker (1901).
No.7 THE OLD TALBOT Public House. This was a 17th Century Inn, it closed on 31st December 1907. Landlord's William Reed (1823), Elizabeth Reed (1834), Samuel Ella (1840), Harriet Ella (1854), Matthew Spencer (1857), William R. Spaven (1864), Fras. Peacock (1867), William Spaven (1872), James Sixton (1887), Reuben Myers (1889), William Jackson (1893), John Walter Lucas (1905). The premises were altered in to shops and Galtry & Son – Costumiers (1929), Chas. Allen Fried Fish Dealer (1937), later Talbot Textiles.
No.9 William Rogers – Fried Fish Shop (1901).

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No.11 J. F Rashley & Co. – Fruiter (1913), Fredk. M. Green – Confectioner (1933).
At No.11/13 was J. W. Brown. Sec. to the Malton Quoit & Bowling Clubs (1897).
No.13 THE GREEN MAN HOTEL, of 18th Century origin. Landlord's Geo. Spanton (1823), John Spanton (1844), Ann Spanton (1848), James Stabler (1864). 20th.August 1875 the death of James Stabler, of Green Man, Malton. Thomas Tate-Smith (1879), James Tate-Smith (1933), Mrs. Amy H Tate-Smith (1937).
No.15 Joseph Kig – Auctioneer (1893) Alonzo Wilson – Painter, Paper Hanger & Decorator(1905), Mrs. Ada Wilson – Refreshment Rooms (1933).
No.17 THE FLEECE HOTEL. Could go back to the 15th Century and could have been called GOLDEN FLEECE, it was re fronted in 1740 and incorporated with the Green Man in October 1977. Landlord's John Smith (1823), Ann Botterill (1834), Samuel Bigmore (1844), John Jackson (1857), Richard Merryweather (1864), James Simpson (1867), Mrs. Mary Simpson (1879), Miss. Elizabeth Simpson (1889), Thomas Simpson (1893), George Potter (1909), Charles Herbert Thompson (1931), Joseph William Rollinson (1921), Christopher Robinson Peacock (1933), Freeman Taylor Andrews (1937).

No.4 Lived William Gibson (1897), George Packwood – Tailor (1925), also in an office was Chas. Henry Channon – Architect & Surveyor (1901), Chas. H. Channon & Son (1929).
No.6 William Brough – Boot Maker (1893), Mrs. Constance Wilson – Picture Dealer & Fancy Goods (1921).
No.8 Thomas Graham – Plumber (1901) William Hocking – Plumber (1921), Miss. Muriel Brewster – Pastry Cook (1937).
No.10 Mrs. Clara Fletcher – Dress Maker (1893).
No.14 George Spencer – Tailor & Draper (1897) Arthur Wilson – Painter Paper Hanger & Decorator (1905), Charles Allen – Painter & Decorator (1925), Maurice O. Johnson – Painter & Decorator (1933).
No.16 William Plowman & Son – Tea Dealer (1893) Mrs. Robert Noel Canacher – Music Teacher (1921) Rt. Galtry – Tailor (1937). 
No.18 John Lee – Butcher (1893), Mrs. Hannah Dickinson – Confectioner (1929), Mrs. Ethel M. Bainbridge – Confectioner (1937).
No.20 Mrs. Jane Percy – Fancy Draper and Neil Percy – Cabinet Maker (1901).

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Author:John Stone
Date:24/10/2007
References:Information for Landlord and Shop dates is taken from Gazetteers of that year, also from Bakers Memories of Malton.

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