Margate pub history index
Address in 1874 and earlier is at Bankside. It is demolished by 1939, and rebuilt at a later date.
Directory of Pubs in the UK, historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Margate, Kent.
Residents at this address
1858/Samuel Ward/../../../Melvilles Directory
1862/S Ward/../../../Post Office Directory
1874/Samuel Ward/../../../Post Office Directory
1881/George Henry Akhurst/Licensed Victualler/48/Margate, Kent/Census
1881/Susannah Elizabeth Akhurst/Wife/48/Deal, Kent/Census
1881/Elizabeth Susannah Akhurst/Daughter/26/Deal, Kent/Census
1881/Louise Marion Akhurst/Daughter/8/Margate, Kent/Census
1881/Henry Albert Denne/Nephew/9/Hammersmith, Middlesex/Census
1881/Horace Ottewell/Potman/17/Maidstone, Kent/Census
1881/Hannah Hughes/General Servant/25/Port Tenant, Wales/Census
1881/Juliet Winstone/General Servant/23/Lidney, Gloucester/Census
1881/Martha Phillpott/Barmaid/23/Holborn, Middlesex/Census
1882/George Henry Akhurst/../../../Post Office Directory
1891/George Henry Akhurst/../../../Post Office Directory
1913/Mrs Jane Simpson/../../../Post Office Directory
1918/Mrs Jane Simpson/../../../Post Office Directory
1922/William Bale/../../../Post Office Directory
Thanet Advertiser 01 May 1926 :
Kings Bench Division, a Mr George Scaffer, of Murray road, Camden Town succeeded in an action for the recovery of £471, balance of money due, against Mr William Wiseman, of the Ship Hotel, Margate.
The parties are brothers in law, and the action arose out of a transaction in which the pliantiff said he advanced the defendant money to secure a public house in London.
Plaintiff acted as manager at £4 a week. The venture proved unsuccesful.
Defendant contended that they were partners in the business, but the Judge held otherwise, and in his judgment gave the plaintiff costs.
1930/William Wiseman/../../../Post Office Directory