2014 Journal

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By Simon Hancock Royal visits to Pembrokeshire in the eighteenth and early nineteenth century were not conspicuous by their abundance ...
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By Karl Johansen You may know the large fragment of Celtic cross which sits atop the front wall of the ...
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By Gerald Codd Manorbier church has been described as  ‘...undoubtedly one of the most extraordinary edifices which it has been ...
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By Audrey M. Thorstad The year 1505 marked a triumphant year for Sir Rhys ap Thomas when he was elected ...
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By Roger Turvey Any historian who comes upon the Star Chamber proceedings must at once be filled with excitement: here ...
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A NEW SERIES LOOKING AT SIGNIFICANT BOOKS ABOUT PEMBROKESHIRE The History of Little England Beyond Wales by Edward Laws (1837-1913) ...
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DAVID SANDY   1948-2014 It is with huge regret that we have to report the death of David Sandy who served ...
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By Gwenllian Awbery Local People Mentioned in the Glossary Comparatively few people are named explicitly in the Glossary as the ...
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By Mary John It can surely be argued that the last decades of the eleventh and the early years of ...
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Gan Hedd Ladd-Lewis Yn 1667 aeth William Jones, Cilmaenllwyd, plwyf ar y ffin rhwng Sir Benfro a Sir Gaerfyrddin, ar ...
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