File NLW MS 1385D - Pembrock and Kemes

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NLW MS 1385D


Pembrock and Kemes


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George Owen (1552-1613), antiquary, was born at Henllys, near Newport, Pembrokeshire. His most important work, The Description of Penbrokshire, was begun in December 1602.

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The original manuscript of 'Pembrock and Kemes so called for that in this Booke there are conteyned diverse Notes touchinge the Auncient and Moderne State of both these Seignioryes and diverse other Matters touchinge the same Lordshippes' by George Owen, Henllys, partly printed in The Description of Pembrokeshire, Part II, pp. 325-498.

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Creator ref. no.: Henry Owen 45


Preferred citation: NLW MS 1385D

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  • Text: NLW MS 1385D.