The following is currently what I have available to freely assist you in any research ;
Database Pembroke St Michael Parish Register
Bapt 1711 – 2000
Mrge 1711 – 1930
Burial 1711 – 1929
Database Pembroke St Mary Parish Register
Bapt 1711 – 1961
Mrge 1711 – 1915
Banns 1922 - 1925
Burial 1711 – 1913
Database Moncton St Nicholas Parish Register
Bapt 1711 – 1744
Mrge 1711 – 1744
Burial 1711 – 1744
Database of Stackpole Elidor Parish Registers
Note: this database is currently on going, as of Feb 2007, it was begun with the agreement of the present incumbent and has reduced errors, fewer omissions, and importantly more information than that currently listed on the Web.
Bapt 1724 – 1812
Mrge 1724 – 1968
Burial 1724 – 1812 with will references where known
Database of Freeman of Pembroke Borough 1714 – 2006
Nearly 5,000 named individuals, to date the area covered by shown place name is Dale – Fishguard – Cardigan – Camrose - Mathry – Llanvalteg – Llandovey – Llanboidy – Carmarthen – Pembrey – Amroth – Tenby – Manorbier - St Twynells - Pembroke – Dock – Llanstadwell – Herbandstone – Dale and most if not all places contained within this “circle” e.g. Langum(Langwm),H’west Camrose etc., as well as the likes of Cambridge, Edinburgh and London. Contains trades from the good honest humble Labourer right up to in some cases the perhaps not so good Gentry.
((I.M.H.O. THIS IS A MUST CHECK FOR ANYONE SERIOUSLY RESEARCHING DYFED – BUT THEN I MAY BE CONSIDERED BIASED))
Database of ALL information contained in extracts for Wills of the E.C.C. of St David’s 1600 – 1858 proven for the following parishes.
Amroth, Crunwere, St Issell’s, Lamphey, Rhos Crowther, Kyffig, Pembroke(Shire) 1600 – 1674 only, Ludchurch, Marros, Manorbier, Part Carew.
Database of Photographed Military/War related Memorial’s excluding village cenotaphs
This is an ongoing project. So far I have found, photographed, data based and included history where I can of some 600 plus memorials of various kinds in and around the county in Churches, Churchyards, Chapel yards and cemeteries, covering the period 1745 – 2000, most are non CWGC related and some that are, are not listed on the CWGC website. Just one example of what is available; Mr William Thomas, “B” Troop Royal Horse Artillery at the Battle of Waterloo, buried 1878.
Moreston Farm, Henry’s Moat and the related Purser Family
Grave and Memorial Inscriptions in the Parish off Crunwere
In support of the above I have various full county Censuses for Pembrokeshire and some other pembroke people census related counties, reference books on Pembroke inhabitants, etc and 35 years experience.
I do not speculate and do not supply others hard work as my own.
Any resultant search of the above is supplied totally free of any costs. I only ask if your future "Roots" best seller includes any info gained from the above I would appreicate a small acknowledgement.
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