2009 Journal

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A Plague Nurse at Haverfordwest in 1652-3  By Simon Hancock For sixteenth and seventeenth-century urban dwellers experiencing the horrors of ...
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STRIVING FOR 'CIVIL AND RELIGIOUS LIBERTY':' PICTON CASTLE AND THE HAVERFORDWEST BOROUGHS ELECTION OF 1868 by Philip Davies In the ...
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THE 1851 RELIGIOUS CENSUS IN PEMBROKESHIRE By Ray Jones On March 30, 1851 an official survey and count of capacity ...
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EVANGELICAL CHRISTIANITY AND THE CAMPAIGN AGAINST COLONIAL SLAVERY IN THE EARLY 1830s IN  PEMBROKESHIRE By  Simon Hancock Although not tied ...
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UNTIL DEATH DO US PART: THE LAST WILLS AND TESTAMENTS OF A HUSBAND AND WIFE IN EARLY SIXTEENTH-CENTURY   PEMBROKESHIRE By ...
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'LITONINANCAN' IN THE WELSH LIFE OF ST DAVID By  Andrew Breeze Pembrokeshire is above all the land of St David; ...
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