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|1||National Library of Wales: Eaton Evans & Williams (solicitors) records
Papers and deeds, mainly relating to Pembrokeshire, 1296-1931, including records of the manors of Manorbier, Penely, and Prendergast, 1618-1850; and papers relating to the Ambleston estate, 1838-....
|2||Pembrokeshire Record Office: Adams family of Holyland, Pembroke, papers
Papers of the Adams family of Holyland, Pembroke, 1716-1968, including deeds and related papers relating to lands in the parishes of Manorbier and St Michael, 1743-1910; Lydstep estate papers, 1827-1828; Holyland estate papers, 1836-1968; personal papers of Phillippa Adams, 1740-1741; John Phillips ...
|3||Pembrokeshire Record Office: Lowless and Lowless, solicitors, Pembrokeshire, records
Records of Lowless and Lowless Solicitors, 1556-1962, including office papers, 1883-1951; Bush Estate, register of leases, 1803-1929; conveyancing papers, 1944-1945, and miscellaneous, 1871-1962; Leach family title deeds and related papers, 1556-1938; family wills and settlements, 1757-1923; estate ...
|4||Pembrokeshire Record Office: Paul Settatree & Co., Solicitors, records
Records accumulated by Paul Settatree & Co., 1788-1972, including deeds and other papers relating to properties in Ambleston, Camrose, Dinas, Fishguard, Goodwick, Haverfordwest, Hubberston, Llanhowel, Llanrhian, Manorbier, Mathry, Nantycoy, Narberth, Newport, Prendergast, Rosemarket, St Davids, St D...
|5||Pembrokeshire Record Office: Philipps family, of Picton Castle, manorial records
Papers regarding the Rectory and Vicarage of St Mary's Church, Haverfordwest and Middleton Charity, 1588-1856; Manor of Maenclochog, 1792-1919; Manor of Manorbier, 1792-1935; Manor of Penally, 1785-1926; Manor of Croedrath, 1820-1843; other manors, 1708-1843; Manorbier Castle visitor books, 1922-192...