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Details of pub: Ram Inn, Aberaeron

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Address/Location: 14/15 Market Street
OS Grid Ref: SN4576262960
Opened: after 1861      
Closed: after 1877       Type: Pub
Summary: No 14 on 1871 Census, now No 15
Occup by David Ress, Master Mariner in 1861, no mention of pub.

Notes: 1863 James, David,
1868 James, David, (Slater's Directory, 1868)
1871 Census
David James, Innkeeper and Carpenter, 14 Market St, Mar, 45, wife Rachel, 40

"PETTY SESSIONS.—On the 29th ult., P.C. David Herbert charged Daniel Davies, carrier, Ram Inn, Aberayron, with being drunk while in charge of a horse and trap at Ystrad on the 11th September last.- Fined 10s and 12s costs; paid" Welshman 7 Nov 1873

1874 Daniel Davies, in Visitors List AO 11 July 1874
1875 Davies, Daniel, (Worrall's Directory, 1875)
1876 John Davies (visitor list)
"BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. TENDERS are invited for building a new Baptist Chapel at Aberayron, in the county of Cardigan. Plans and specification may be seen at the Ram Inn, Aberayron," SWDN 11 Oct 1877
1881 Census not a pub

1905 not listed
See also Mair Lloyd Evans and Mair Harrison, The Ins and Outs of the Inns of Aberayron, (2013), p. 15
[perhaps incorrectly recorded as the Lamb Inn (later Frimley) in J Percy Lloyd’s List

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