Tradesmen in the Town - names beginning with N

In the 19th and early 20th centuries the trades carried on in the town were different to what survives today as were the goods and services. A number of advertisements from local newspapers and also a small number of invoices and receipts have been collected. Click on an item to see a larger image.


  • Mrs. M. Naylor, hairdresser & dealer in fancy goods
    Mrs. M. Naylor, hairdresser & dealer in fancy goods
    Mrs. M. Naylor, ladies & gents hairdresser, dealer in fancy goods, Yorkersgate, source: Malton Messenger 3 November 1900 ©British Library NEWS5640
  • Fred Nendick, hairdresser
    Fred Nendick, hairdresser
    Fred Nendick, hair dresser & shaving saloons, umbrellas repaired, 62 Wheelgate, source:Yorkshire Gazette, 27 October 1906
  • James Newby, watch & clockmaker
    James Newby, watch & clockmaker
    James Newby, watch & clockmaker, silversmith, jeweller, electro-plater & gilder, Yorkersgate, source: Malton Messenger 1 October 1859 ©British Library NEWS9027
  • James Newby, watch & clockmaker
    James Newby, watch & clockmaker
    James Newby, watch & clockmaker, Yorkersgate, source: Malton Messenger 23 November 1861 ©British Library
  • James North, watchmaker & jeweller
    James North, watchmaker & jeweller
    James North, watchmaker & jewellers, High Side. Market Place, source: Malton Messenger 8 December 1900 ©British Library NEWS5640
  • James North, watchmaker & jeweller
    James North, watchmaker & jeweller
    JS North, watchmaker & jeweller, High Side, Market Place, source: Malton Messenger 1902
  • James North, watchmaker & jeweller
    James North, watchmaker & jeweller
    JS North, watchmaker & jeweller, High Side, Market Place, source: Malton Messenger 8 June 1907
  • James North, watchmaker & jeweller
    James North, watchmaker & jeweller
    J.S. North, watchmaker & jeweller, High Side, Market Place, source: Yorkshire Gazette 18 November 1911

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