Tradesmen in the Town - names beginning with W

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.


  • Henry Wood, wine & spirit dealer
    Henry Wood, wine & spirit dealer
    Henry Edward Wood, wine & spirit dealer, Castlegate Vaults, source: Malton Messenger 8 June 1907
  • JH Wise & Co., chemical manure manufacturers, guano merchants etc
    JH Wise & Co., chemical manure manufacturers, guano merchants etc
    JH Wise & Co., chemical manure manufacturers, guano merchants etc., Malton Steam Bone Mills, source: Malton Messenger 4 Jun 1870
  • Willows, Wilson & Company, china dealers
    Willows, Wilson & Company, china dealers
    Willows, Wilson & Co, Mr John Wilson. China Warehouse, Yorkersgate, John Willows, source: Malton Messenger 24 November 1900 ©British Library NEWS5640
  • Robert Saville Wallgate, wine & spirit merchant
    Robert Saville Wallgate, wine & spirit merchant
    Robert Saville Wallgate, wine & spirit merchant, 25 Wheelgate, source: Malton Messenger 8 December 1900 ©British Library NEWS5640
  • Walker Wilson, musical instruments
    Walker Wilson, musical instruments
    Walker Wilson, musical instruments, Castlegate House, source: Malton Messenger, 29 December 1900, ©British Library NEWS5640
  • John Waller, shoeing smith
    John Waller, shoeing smith
    John Waller, shoeing smith, Green Man Inn Yard, Cattle Market, source: Malton Messenger 4 November 1871 ©British Library NEWS6512
  • Waud's, draper
    Waud's, draper
    Waud, drapery establishment, opposite the White Horse Hotel, Yorkersgate, source: Malton Messenger 6 November 1858
  • Samuel Ward, clothiers
    Samuel Ward, clothiers
    Samuel Waud, clothiers, opposite the White Horse Hotel, Yorkersgate, source: Malton & Norton Gazette 30 June 1855
  • Waud's, milliners
    Waud's, milliners
    Wauds, milliners, Yorkersgate, source: Malton Messenger 4 Jun 1870
  • Mrs Whisker, baker, confectioner
    Mrs Whisker, baker, confectioner
    Whisker, baker, confectioner, 3 Saville Street, sale of business equipment 1922
  • H. Wilson, coach builder
    H. Wilson, coach builder
    H. Wilson, coach builder & motor painter, Water Lane, Yorkersgate, source: Malton Messenger 14 July 1923
  • JC Wilson
    JC Wilson
    JC Wilson, (attendance by Mr Hopton, surgeon dentist) Market Place, source: Malton Messenger 1902
  • Mr Wilson, dentist
    Mr Wilson, dentist
    Mr. Wilson, attends Malton at Mr. Jefferson's, Market Place, source: Malton Messenger 19 April 1862
  • Wise Brothers, drapers & clothiers
    Wise Brothers, drapers & clothiers
    Wise Brothers, drapers & clothiers, 13 Saville Street, source: Malton Messenger 1902
  • John Wood, builder & monumental mason
    John Wood, builder & monumental mason
    John Wood, builder & monumental mason, headstones in every variety, slate merchant, Wheelgate, source: Malton Messenger 4 February 1871 ©British Library NEWS6512
  • W & R Wood, linen & woollen drapers
    W & R Wood, linen & woollen drapers
    W & R Wood, linen & woollen drapers, Market Place, source: Malton Messenger 12 October 1861 ©British Library
  • Wm. Wood & Sons, builders
    Wm. Wood & Sons, builders
    Wood & Sons, builders, Rockingham Terrace, source: Malton Messenger 16 February 1861 ©British Library
  • James Wood, butcher
    James Wood, butcher
    James Wood, butcher, Cattle Market, source: Malton Messenger 19 April 1862
  • J. Wood, oyster dealer
    J. Wood, oyster dealer
    J. Wood , oyster dealer, Wheelgate, source: Malton Messenger 18 September 1858
  • M. Wood, proprietress Ceylon Café
    M. Wood, proprietress Ceylon Café
    M. Wood, proprietress Ceylon Café, 12 Castlegate, Yorkshire Gazette 28 October 1911
  • Geo. Woodall & Sons, ropes, netws, twines
    Geo. Woodall & Sons, ropes, netws, twines
    Geo. Woodall & Sons, nets, halters, ropes, twine, cart, waggon, engine & machine covers, 35 & 37 Market Place, source: Malton Messenger 17 March 1928
  • W. Woodall, fried fish saloon
    W. Woodall, fried fish saloon
    W. Woodall, fried fish saloon, Wheelgate, source: Malton Messenger 20 February 1894
  • Wrangham, brewers
    Wrangham, brewers
    W. Wrangham, brewers, source: Malton Messenger 20 February 1894
  • Wrangham, brewers
    Wrangham, brewers
    Wrangham, brewers, source: Malton Messenger 20 February 1894
  • W.Wrangham, grocers
    W.Wrangham, grocers
    W. Wrangham & Sons, grocers & provision merchants, source: Malton Messenger 20 February 1894
  • Wm. Wright, boot & shoe maker
    Wm. Wright, boot & shoe maker
    Wm. Wright, boots & shoe maker, musical instruments, Castlegate, source: Malton Messenger 19 April 1862
  • Wright's, boot, shoe & clog warehouse
    Wright's, boot, shoe & clog warehouse
    Wrights, boot, shoe & clog warehousesource: Malton Messenger 2 March 1861 ©British Library

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