2016 Journal

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By David Norris The census of England and Wales for 1891 introduced a question on language spoken for inhabitants of ...
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Thomas Watts was born in 1805 in Colchester, Essex, the son of John and Ann Watts. John Watts served in ...
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By Pat Swales Barker Reverend James Thomas, Vicar of St Mary’s Church, Haverfordwest, for thirty eight years, was the head ...
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Whilst the Society has a carefully prepared schedule of lectures for the winter seasons, our summer outings are more topical ...
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Nooks and Corners of Pembrokeshire. Drawn and Described by Henry Thornhill Timmins. London: Elliot Stock, 1895. (Reprinted by Lapridge Publications ...
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VICAR OF ST MARY’S CHURCH, HAVERFORDWEST 1858-1875 On 23 August 1793 Maria Child married John Grant at St Mary’s Church, ...
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By Janet Bord Although there are around 700 holy wells in Wales, the majority of them are poorly documented.  Most ...
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Eagerly awaited this year is Pembrokeshire County History. Volume I Covering the period from the beginning of occupation in prehistoric ...
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By Simon Hancock ‘This is the place where sugars from Ireland are discharged, and pay the English duty at Pembroke; ...
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