Sheriffs -- Wales -- Pembrokeshire



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'Collectanea Pembrochania'

A scrap-book relating mainly to Pembrokeshire, and particularly to Tenby, containing newspaper cuttings; leaflets relating to parliamentary and local elections; pedigrees; illustrations; letters from Connop Thirlwall (bishop of St Davids) (1797-1875), William Basil Jones (bishop of St Davids) (1822-1897), Charles Francis Egerton Allen (1847-1927), James Allen (1802-1897), Henry Mathias (Haverfordwest), James Edmund Vincent (1857-1909) and others; a list of sheriffs of Pembrokeshire, 1540-1864, and of mayors and sheriffs of Haverfordwest, 1563-1864; etc.

Lists of Pembrokeshire sheriffs

Lists of the sheriffs of Pembrokeshire from 1540 to 1867, the Queen's Lieutenants of Pembrokeshire, 1867, and the Mayors and Sheriffs of Haverfordwest from 1563 to 1857.

Lists of sheriffs, &c.,

Lists of sheriffs of Pembrokeshire from 1540 to 1864, together with additions to 1878, and of mayors and sheriffs of the town and county of Haverfordwest from 1563 to 1864.

Local government papers, &c.,

Miscellaneous papers including a draft case on the petition of John Barlow [of Slebech], esq., and others, freeholders of the county of Pembroke, to the House of Commons on behalf of themselves and of Sir Wm. Wogan [of Rickardston], one of the candidates, against Sir Art[hur] Owen [of Orielton], bart., the sitting member, 1700; the case of Lewis Wogan [of Boulston], esq., petitioner against Sir Arthur Owen, bart., sitting member for Pembroke [1712]; a sworn list of the names of freeholders in the parish of Fishguard, 1783; a declaration of Christianity and Protestantism made by Thos. John [Baptist minister, of Little Newcastle], 1795; a certificate of approbation of John Roberts, minister of the Baptist church at Llangloffan, made by members of the church to the Court of Quarter Sessions, 1812; a petition, undated, to the House of Commons for the continuance of the Acts (31, 52 Geo III) 'for amending widening and keeping in repair the Road leading from the Town of Haverfordwest through the Town of Fishguard to the Town of Newport in the County of Pembroke And also from the Town of Fishguard to the City of Saint David's in the said County ...'; the nominatino and appointment of Nicholas Roch of Cocheston, esq., to be sheriff of co. Pembroke, 1835; facsimiles of testimonials by the magistrates of co. Carmarthen and of co. Cardigan to Mr. Richard Kyrke Penson, candidate for the appointment of surveyor of co. Glamorgan, 1853; resolutions of a meeting of freeholders and ratepayers of the parish of St. David's, disapproving of a proposed Joint Lunatic Asylum to be built at Carmarthen for cos. Carmarthen, Cardigan, and Pembroke, together with a memorial to the Court of Quarter Session of the county, 1858; a warrant of appointment of William Francis Roth of Butterhill [near Haverfordwest], esq., to be sheriff of co. Pembroke, 1879 (duplicate); etc.

Pembrokeshire sheriffs

Transcripts of a list of sheriffs of Pembrokeshire, 1540-1869, and of 'Cromwell's letter and warrant of others acting by his command, directing the demolition of Haverfordwest Castle, July 1648'.

Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658

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.

Pembrokeshire Sheriffs

A copy, with manuscript notes and additions, of James Allen and Egerton Allen : Notes on the Sheriffs of Pembrokeshire, 1541-1899 .... (Tenby, 1900).