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Sort file:- Ramsgate, November, 2021.

Page Updated:- Monday, 15 November, 2021.

PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1828-

Earl St Vincent

Closed Aug 2021

99-101 King Street

Ramsgate

01843 591985

https://whatpub.com/earl-st-vincent

Earl St Vincent

Above and taken by Paul Skelton, 21 July 2012.

Earl St Vincent

Above and taken by Paul Skelton, 21 July 2012.

Earl St Vincent 2021

Above photo 2021.

Earl St Vincent garden 2021

Above photo 2021.

Earl St Vincent bar 2021

Above photo 2021.

Earl St Vincent sign 2011Earl St Vincent sign 1991

Sign left taken by Paul Skelton, 21 July 2012.

Sign right October 1991 with thanks from Brian Curtis www.innsignsociety.com

 

Canterbury Journal, Kentish Times and Farmers' Gazette 23 September 1854.

SANDWICH ANNUAL LICENSING.

The license of the "Earl St. Vincent," Ramsgate, which was suspended on the license day, was this day granted, there being no information preferred against the holder on the part of the authorities at Ramsgate.

 

Kentish Gazette, 26 September 1854.

Monday last was the day for the adjourned general annual licensing meeting, for the borough of Sandwich and its liberties. The license of the "Earl St. Vincent," Ramsgate, which was suspended on the licence day, was this day granted, there being no information preferred against the holder on the part of the authorities at Ramsgate. There was no other business of importance or interest to the public, and the Court rose at an early hour.

 

Kentish Gazette 27 December 1864.

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. RAMSGATE.

William Wratten, of the "Earl St. Vincent," King Street, Ramsgate, was charged with threatening to shoot his wife, on or about the 13th September last, but the case was dismissed.

 

Canterbury Journal, Kentish Times and Farmers' Gazette 08 December 1866.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. MONDAY.

Present—Major Wilkie, in the chair, and Sir W. M. Coghlan.

PASSING COUNTEREIT COIN.

Allbenia Mary Laurence was charged with uttering counterfeit coin on the 1st inst.

William Wratten, said:- I keep the "Earl St. Vincent." On Saturday evening the defendant came to the bar and called for a glass of ale for which the tendered a penny. She then asked for change for a two shilling piece and placed one upon the counter. Immediately saw that it was a bad one, and asked her where she got it from said she said the "Prince Cobourgh." P.C. Minter then came in and I cleared the house.

P.C. Minter:- On Saturday evening I went to the "Earl St. Vincent," and had a two shilling piece given to me. I asked defendant where she got it from, and she said that Mr. Stockley, for whom her husband worked, had given it to him. He was outside, and I asked him if he had given it to her, and he said that he had given her half-a-sovereign, a shilling, and a sixpence. The defendant then said that it was given to her at the "Cobourgh," and upon my going to that house the landlord denied having given her a 2s. piece at all, and that he always tested all the money which he had any doubt about.

Mr. Kingdom here tested the coin, and found it to be bad.

The defendant said that when she asked for change she did not know it was bad.

The Chairman said that it was quite clear that she intended to pass it, but the Bench gave her the benefit of the doubt as to whether she knew at was bad or not, and she was then discharged.

 

Thanet Advertiser, Saturday 15 March 1902.

Drunk on Licensed Premises.

George Marsh, hawker, of Newcastle Hill, was summoned for being drunk on licensed premises in the occupation of Charles John Osborne on March 5th.

He pleaded guilty.

P.C. Petley said he saw defendant go into the "Earl St. Vincent" public-house the landlord refused to serve him, and witness helped Mr. Osborne to object defendant.

Defendant (against whom there were 21 convictions for disorderly behaviour) was fined 10s., including costs.

 

August 2021 I saw that the premises was closed and up for sale with a guide price of 300,000.

 

LICENSEE LIST

NORFOR/NORFAR John 1823-26+ Pigot's Directory 1828-29

NORFAR Harriett 1832+ Pigot's Directory 1832-34

WHYBRO Elizabeth 1839-41+

NEWPORT J 1847+

BAKER William 1851+ (age 35 in 1851Census)

WRATTEN William 1858-71 (widower age 40 in 1871Census)

MATHER William 1871+ (age 40 in 1871Census)

BROWN Charles 1874+

FLOWERS James 1881-91+ (age 58 in 1881Census)

OSBORN Charles John 1901-22+ (age 34 in 1901Census) Kelly's 1903

HOLLIER Harold Richard 1929-39+

HOOKER William John 1951-57+

https://pubwiki.co.uk/EarlStVincent.shtml

 

Pigot's Directory 1828-29From the Pigot's Directory 1828-29

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

CensusCensus

Kelly's 1903From the Kelly's Directory 1903

 

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