Spittle Street, Malton, History of Malton & Norton

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Temperance Hall – Matthew Horsley (sec) (1893)
No.16 Mrs. Mary Simpson – Shopkeeper (1901) Robert Brown – Grocer (1909) Mrs. Mary A. Brown – Grocer (1937). No.18 Mrs. Lucy R. Garnett – confectioner (1925). No.20 Miss Florence Hall – Seamstress (1893) William Simpson Hall – Joiner (1901). No.30 Darley Nicholson – Butcher (1893). Blacksmith Shop John Waller & Son – Blacksmith (1893) Robert Geoff – Blacksmith (1925) William Darmon – Blacksmith (1933). Malton Adult School Secretaries :- William Dinsdale (1901), John C. Noton (1905), Alfred Horsley (1909), Percy Kendall (1913), Henry Yates (1921). Pioneer Club Secretaries :- Harold Cryer (1929), William T. Sadler (1933), Jn. Walton (1937). Miss Emilty Sweeting had a Day School (1905) In 1893 Miss Sara Ann Sweeting – Private School.

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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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