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Pembrokeshire sheriffs

A list of the sheriffs of Pembrokeshire, 1540-1668. Stitch marks at the foot of the roll suggest that the list was once longer. There are also columns for their deputies and the recorders or county clerks, but these are empty.

Pregethau,

Holograph sermon notes by the Reverend Simon Evans, minister of the Congregational churches of Pen-y-groes, parish of Whitchurch-in-Cemais, co. Pembroke, and of Hebron, parish of Llanglydwen, and Nebo, parish of Cilymaenllwyd, both in co. Carmarth...

Simon Evans.

Sermons

Sermons preached at Newport, Maenclochog, Brynberian and elsewhere in Pembrokeshire, 1817-1819 [? by Thomas Jones].

Titus and Elizabeth Evans Papers,

  • GB 0210 TIEANS
  • Fonds
  • 1590-1964 (accumulated 1890-1964) /

Papers of and acquired by John Thomas Evans and his brother A. W. Wade-Evans 1590-1964, largely antiquarian in interest, comprising transcripts, mostly by J. T. Evans, of church records, 1902-1932, including parish registers for Haverfordwest, St ...

Evans, Thomas Henry.

Undeb Dirwestol Dyffryn Taf,

  • NLW MS 22039A.
  • File
  • 1886-1908.

Minute-book, 1886-1908, of the Taf valley, counties Carmarthen and Pembroke, Temperance Union.

Y Glog estate cash book,

  • NLW MS 23057C.
  • File
  • 1867-1891.

A cash book of Y Glog (Glogue) estate, Clydau, co. Pembroke, relating mainly to the slate-quarrying business of John Owen the younger (d. 1886), and recording payments from customers, mainly in co. Pembroke, and disbursements, 1867-1873 (ff. 1v-13...

Owen, John, d. 1886.

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