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1 National Library of Wales: Haverfordwest (Williams & Williams)

The collection comprises records from the office of Williams & Williams, Haverfordwest, solicitors, largely deeds and draft deeds, mostly 19th century, and many relating to the Haverfordwest area of Pembrokeshire. In the course of their work, Williams & Williams accumulated legal and other papers re...

2 Pembrokeshire Record Office: Eaton Evans, papers

Papers relating to clients and partners of Eaton-Evans & Morris and its predecessors, 1573-1979, comprising papers relating to the Evans and Eaton Evans families, 1761-1957, Henry Mathias and family, 1819-1921, and T. O. L. Llewellin, 1795-1968; deeds relating to Pembrokeshire and elsewhere in Wales...

3 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...

4 Pembrokeshire Record Office: St Davids Consistory Court, abstracts and indices of wills

Microfiche copies, [20th century], of abstracts and indices of wills of St Davids Consistory Court (1564-1858), held at National Library of Wales....

5 Pembrokeshire Record Office: V. J. G. Johns and Son, solicitors, papers

Papers from the offices of V. J. G. Johns and Son, 1758-[late 20th century], including deeds, draft and copy deeds and other documents relating to the properties of the Johns family and numerous clients in Ambleston, Amroth, Bridell, Castlebythe, Cilgerran, Dinas, Fishguard, Goodwick, Granston, Have...

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