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Gallery
Market Place Market Place
Note the new building in the photo on the corner.
Regent Street Regent Street
Note the 'Old Red Lion Hotel'
Chapmangate Chapmangate
Note the independent chapel built in 1807 to the left.
George Todd - Grocers & Drapers
George Todd had a grocers shop on the Pavement for many years and the Todd family had links with Pocklington from early times.

Early pocklington Guide

This advertisement was taken from an early Pocklington Guide
Tute Hill looking South
Tute Hill looking south. When the buildings on Tute Hill (those on the right) were demolished, it was renamed New Pavement
Pavement
New Pavement formally known as 'Tute Hill'
 
Source  
1834 Pigots
George Todd, Butcher Church Lane
1840 White's
George Todd, Butcher, Market Place
1889 Kelly's
George Todd, Draper, Union Street
1892 Bulmers
George Todd, Draper, Union Street
1897 Kelly's
George Todd & Son, Draper, Market Place
1897 Kelly's George Todd, Grocer, New Pavement
1905 Kelly's George Todd & Son, Draper, Market Place
1905 Kelly's George Todd, Grocer, New Pavement
1909 Kelly's George Todd, Grocer & Provision Merchant, New Pavement
1909 Kelly's George Todd, Drapers, Market place
1913 Kelly's George Todd, Grocer & Provision Merchant, New Pavement
1921 Kelly's George Todd, Grocer, New Pavement
1937 Kelly's Todd Geo. & Sons, grocers, 18 New pavement
 
todddrapers

Market Place was the location of George Todd the drapers
in the above directory entries

If you wish to add to the story of George Todd, or correct any of the above information, then please contact me. I would like to know when it closed.