2010 Journal

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Scotsborough: Imaging a Medieval Mansion House  By Roger Turvey Scotsborough is located on a sloping hillside overlooking the Ritec less ...
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In Search of a Church ...   or Two ... By Sue Lloyd At first glance there would seem to be ...
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PEMBROKESHIRE'S MOST DECORATED GREAT WAR SOLDIER: LANCE CORPORAL BEN REES OF LOWER FISHGUARD By John Burgess 'Stokey' Lewis was Pembrokeshire's ...
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THE VISIT OF THE GREAT EASTERN TO NEYLAND, 1860-62 By Simon Hancock The Great Eastern is one of the most ...
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INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN PEMBROKESHIRE IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY By Ray Jones In the nineteenth century, the people of Pembrokeshire, like ...
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THE LAST OF THE SYMMONS OF LLANSTINAN By Roland Thorne The last of many articles contributed by Francis Green to ...
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WIVES, WIDOWS AND WILL-MAKING IN TUDOR PEMBROKESHIRE By Roger Turvey Women, whether they were wives, widows or spinsters, rarely wrote ...
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