The County of Pembrokeshire


Pembrokeshire in South Wales, is bounded, North-East by Cardiganshire, East by Carmarthenshire, and, on the other sides, by the Irish Sea. It is about 30 miles long, and about 13 miles broad ; and is divided into seven Hundreds — Castle-Martin, Dewsland, Dungleddy, Kemess, Kilgerran, Narbeth, and Rouse. Rivers: the Eastern and Western Cleddans, the Gwaine, the Biran, the Kiog, the Nevern, and the Radford. It has 9 Market-Towns. It is in the Province of Canterbury, in the Diocese of St. David’s, and in the Southern Circuit. Population, 88,044

Source: Leonard’s Gazetteer of England and Wales; Second Edition; C. W. Leonard, London; 1850.

Pembrokeshire Parishes

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  • Ambleston (Treamlod)
  • Amroth
  • Angle

 

  • Bayvil (Beifil, Y)
  • Begeli (Begelly)
  • Bletherston (Trefelen)
  • Bont-faen (Pontvane)
  • Bosheston
  • Boulston
  • Brawdy (Breudeth)
  • Bridell
  • Burton
  • Camros (Camrose)
  • Capel Colman
  • Carew (Caeriw)
  • Castellan (chapelry)
  • Castlebythe (Cas-Fuwch)
  • Castlemartin (Castellmartin)
  • Cilgerran
  • Cilgwyn
  • Cilrhedyn
  • Clarbeston
  • Clunderwen (Clynderwen)
  • Clydau (Clydey)
  • Coedcanlas
  • Cosheston
  • Crinow (Crynwedd)
  • Cronwern (Crunwear)

 

  • Dale
  • Dinas
  • Eglwyswrw

 

  • Fishguard (Abergwaun)
  • Ford (chapelry)
  • Freystrop

 

  • Granston
  • Gumfreston

 

  • Haroldston St. Issell
  • Haroldston West
  • Hasguard
  • Haverfordwest
  • Haverfordwest
  • Haycastle
  • Henry’s Moat
  • Herbrandston
  • Hodgeston
  • Hubberston

 

  • Jeffreston
  • Johnston
  • Jordanston
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  • Lambston
  • Lamphey
  • Lawrenni
  • Letterston
  • Little Newcastle
  • Loveston
  • Ludchurch
  • Llanbedr Felfre
  • Llanddewi Felffre
  • Llandeilo
  • Llandeloy
  • Llandysilio East
  • Llanfair Nant-gwyn
  • Llanfair Nant-y-gof
  • Llanfallteg West
  • Llanfihangel West
  • Llanfihangel Penbedw
  • Llanfyrnach
  • Llangolman
  • Llangwm
  • Llanhywel
  • Llanrheithan
  • Llanrhian
  • Llanstadwel
  • Llanstinan
  • Llantwyd
  • Llanwnda
  • Llan-y-cefn
  • Llanychar
  • Llanychlwydog
  • Llawhaden
  • Llys-y-fran

 

  • Maenclochog
  • Maenorbyr
  • Maenordeifi
  • Marloes
  • Marnawan
  • Martletwy
  • Mathri
  • Meline
  • Minwear
  • Monington
  • Monkton
  • Morfil
  • Moylgrove
  • Mynachlog-ddu

 

  • Narberth (Arberth)
  • Nash
  • Nevern
  • New Moat
  • Newport
  • Newton North
  • Nolton
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  • Pembroke
  • Pembroke Dock (chapelry)
  • Penally
  • Penrhyd
  • Prendergast
  • Puncheston
  • Pwllcrochon

 

  • Redberth
  • Rhoscrowdder
  • Robeston Wathen
  • Robeston West
  • Roch
  • Rosemarket
  • Rudbaxton

 

  • Slebech
  • Spital
  • St. Brides
  • St. David’s
  • St. Dogmaels
  • St. Dogwells
  • St. Edrens
  • St. Elvis
  • St. Florence
  • St. Ishmaels
  • St. Lawrence
  • St. Petrox
  • St. Twinells
  • Stackpole Elidir
  • Steynton

 

  • Talbenni
  • Templeton (chapelry)
  • Tenby
  • Trefgam

 

  • Uzmaston

 

  • Walton East
  • Walwyn’s Castle
  • Warren
  • West Walton
  • Whitechurch
  • Wiston

 

  • Yerbeston
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