Rose in June, Aldermans Green Road, Hall Green
|These premises have been known by different names during their history:||FROM||TO||NAME|
|1863||1912||BEERHOUSE, Aldermans Green Road and BEERHOUSE, Hall Green|
|1879||1907||ROSE IN JUNE|
|The rose is the national flower, but why in June?
In 1876, 1908 and 1912 this is referred to as the BEERHOUSE, Aldermans Green Road and BEERHOUSE, Hall Green.
In 1907 it was advertising Phipps and Co of Northampton's ales drawn from the wood. Licensee. Thomas Smith was vice chairman of the parish council and died on 25th August 1908. From 1919 to 1927 the property was occupied by Emily Buckler, a grocer.
The cottage that was the Rose In June was demolished c1998.|
LICENSEES:1879 Thomas Turrell
1880 George Strong
1888 John Webb
1892 - 1904 Thomas Smith
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