Sort file:- Margate, August, 2020.

Page Updated:- Tuesday, 25 August, 2020.



Rose in June

Open 2019+

49-50 Trinity Square


01843 290884

Rose in June 1930

Above photo, circa 1930. Showing Thomas Beament outside.

Rose in June 1930s

Above photo 1930s.

Unknown pub 99

Kindly sent by Debi Birkin.

Rose in June

Above photo, date unknown.

Rose in June 2010

Above photo 2010 by David Anstiss Creative Commons Licence.

Rose in June

Above photo date unknown taken with permission from Saunders family web.

Rose in June sign 1992Rose in June sign 2010.

Above photo left, August 1992, sign right 2010.

With thanks from Brian Curtis


Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal 04 August 1829.

DOVOR, August, 1829.

This day, William John Law, Esquire, one of the Commissioners of the Insolvent Debtors' Court, held his Assize Circuit here, when the following prisoners were brought before him to be examined and receive the benefit of the act.

Henry Hammond, late of Margate, cabinet maker; Thomas Brooker Knott, late of ditto, painter; Edward Dane, late of Faversham, mariner; Henry Royce, late of Margate, boot and shoe maker; Thomas Mockett, late of Deal, baker; all ordered to be discharged forthwith.

William Bundock, late of Margate, builder, was opposed by Mr. Gordon, Clerk to Messrs. Freeman and Co., of London, Solicitors, on behalf of Messrs. Osborn and Co., of Margate, timber merchant, on the ground that be had some interest in a public house, called the "Rose-in-June," at Margate. The prisoner stated that he never had any interest in the public-house, and that he paid Reynolds (the landlord) rent for such part thereof as was occupied by him and his family, and the prisoner proved to the Court that the tradesmen credited Reynolds, by production of bills all made out in Reynolds` name; and it was stated to the Court by the attorney who conducted the Prisoner's case, that the license of the public house was granted to Reynolds and not to Insolvent. The prisoner was therefore ordered to be discharged, conditionally upon supplying some defects in his Schedule.


From The Dover Express, Saturday, June 29, 1861, pg 4; Issue 152.


John Walter, 39, labourer, pleaded guilty to a charge of embezzling 1s. 4d. the property of the landlord of the "Rose in June," in Margate, to whom the prisoner had acted as potman.

Six months' imprisonment, with hard labour.


Thanet Advertiser, Tuesday 6 December 1938.


In the Divorce Court last week Mr. Justice Hodson heard the undefended petition of Mrs. Winifred Rose Newbold, whose address was given as "Rose in June," Trinity-square, Margate, for a decree nisi against her husband Mr. H. K. Newbold on the ground of desertion.

The marriage was at the Register Office, Paddington, and they lived at Fulham-place, Paddington. There is one child. The married life was not happy. Petitioner’s case was that they had differences of opinion and eventually her husband left her and at a subsequent meeting he said he had no intention of returning home or keeping her but would do something to keep the child.

After evidence his lordship granted a decree nisi with costs and custody.


The building can be dated to mid 19th century.



REYNOLDS Isaac 1829-39+ Pigot's Directory 1832-34

PENNY Eddell 1839+

PENNY Sarah 1847+

HATWARD Edward 1851+ (age 38 in 1851Census)

DUCKETT John William 1858-90+ (also joiner and stone mason age 38 in 1861Census)

DUCKETT Frederick 1891-1903+ (age 32 in 1891Census)


SHAW Charles 1922+

BEAMENT Tom H 1930-38+


Pigot's Directory 1832-34From the Pigot's Directory 1832-33-34



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