Transcription of Kelly's 1913 directory entry for  Marton Lordship

Reverend George Edward Simpson M A, (Vicar), Vicarage


  • William Snowden Appleby, Farmer, Moxby

  • David Ashby, Farmer, Craven

  • Edward Brooke, Farmer, Priory Farm

  • Matthew Cayton, Farmer, Moxby

  • John Law, Farmer

  • John Leckenby, Water Miller, Abbey Mill

  • William Mattison, Farmer, Marton Abbey

  • Thomas Otterburn, Farmer, Marton Park

  • Richard Pickering, Farmer, Spellow

  • Thomas William Simpson, Farmer, Scaife House

  • George Vester, Farmer

  • Herbert Watson, Farmer, Grange Farm

  • Mrs John Welburn & Son, Farmers, Foulrice

  • Robert Carter Withill, Farmer, Moxby

Chief Landowner - Ecclesiastical Commissioners

Letters through Easingwold arrive at Moxby 8:15am: at Marton 8:30am. Stillington is the nearest post and money office, telegraph office and public telephone call office.

Wall letter box emptied at 4:55pm week days only.

The children of this place attend the schools at Stillington and Farlington.

Population of the township in 1911 was 145.




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