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OLD RAM TIVETSHALL St. Mary Index
NORWICH ROAD DISS HUNDRED FULL LICENCE  
DISS HUNDRED REGISTERS taken 18th September 1789 & 19th September 1794
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LACONS  
FREEHOUSE
Licensees :
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WILLIAM MINES 1789 - 1794
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GEORGE DIX 1836
WILLIAM BURGESS 1845
JAMES BURGESS
age 50 in 1851
1846 - 1856
Mrs ELIZA BURGESS
& farmer 36 acres
1858 - 1881
CHARLES BURGESS 1883
HENRY SHIBLEY
farmer
1888 - 1898
ALBERT JOHN BOYCE 12.10.1898 - 1901
HENRY GEORGE SYMES
Died Saturday 25th February 1905 - age 56
by June 1901 - 1905
EUSTACE GODDARD 23.03.1905 - 1908
WALTER EDWARD ALDOUS
`Joined Forces 1917'
1912 - 1917
Mrs LUCY MARY ALDOUS
Died October 1932 - age 55
11.04.1917
WALTER EDWARD ALDOUS
Died 15th January 1951 - age 70. `Having resided at the Ram for over 40 years.'
to 1937+
Private house c1954 to 1985
Laurie & Geoff Wise July 1985 - 1987
John Trafford Spring 1987
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GRAHAME & VICTORIA MacDONALD 16.05.2016

Map ref TN 1686

Tivetshall Ram c1912 - A Lacons house
c1912

The creditors of Mr John Fish were desired to meet at the Ram, according to an announcement 9th May 1785.

Shown on Bryant's 1826 map.

Selling Lacons fine ales in early 1900's

It was reported 15th March 1901 that Albert Boyce had been accused of assaulting Robert Gooderham, platelayer, on 18th February 1901.
A fight between the two had led to Boyce producing a gun and pulling the trigger. The wounded Gooderham was ejected from the house and found by a policeman.
Having two prior convictions for assaults, Gooderham was ordered to pay the costs of £2 2s and Boyce was fined 10s and 10s costs - Paid.

Offered To Let 19th March 1901 with possession from Lady Day (25th March). 36 Acres of Land included.
Apply Lacon & Co, Ltd.

Mr. H. G. Symes, late Head Gardener at Roydon Hall, advised 14th June 1901, that having recently taken the Inn, he hoped to receive a fair share of public patronage and offered civility and the serving of good articles. Cyclists Accommodated. Reasonable Terms.

Closed c1954

Reopened as the OLD RAM 13th July 1985,
following extensive refurbishment.
(On "Live Aid Day")

Recommended in the GOOD PUB GUIDE 1998

 

Thanks to Roger Waters for update 25.10.01