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[The following list of Reference Sources and Books provided by Mr. B. H. J. Hughes represents the majority of materials consulted but other specialist resources are also listed in various of his articles.]

5 Edward III, Cal. Pat. Rolls 1330 1334,

A Description of Pembrokeshire. George Owen of Henllys,

Baptist Historical Sketches in Pembrokeshire by Rev. R. C. Roberts,

Book of Llan Dav,

Britannia  Camden,

Brut Y Tywysogyon, Thomas Jones, University of Wales Press,

Calendar of Documents in France. J. H. Round.

Calendar of Public Records relating to Pembrokeshire. H. Owen 1918,

Calendar of the Records of the borough of Haverfordwest 1539-1660. B. G. Charles,

Catalogue of MSS., relating to Wales in the British Museum. ed. Owen,

Census of Religious buildings 1851,

Churches and Chapels of Pembrokeshire,

Deanery of Castlemartin Church Magazines 1883,

Dugdales Monasticum.

Ecton's Thesaurus Rerum Ecclesiasticarum, 4, 8, 9

Episcopal  Acts  relating  to  Welsh  Dioceses  1066-1272 James  Conway  Davies  Vol 1,

Episcopal Register of St David's,

Felix Farley's Bristol Journal 11 January 1772,

Foss - Judges of England, iv,

Gentleman Magazine January 1772,

Guide to the Collection Illustrating The PreHistory of Wales.  Professor W. F. Grimes 1939,

Hearth Tax 1670,

Historical Tour of Pembrokeshire Fenton 1810,

Hunts Directory. 1851,

I P M 36 Edward III 2 No 36,

I.P.M.33 Edward III 1 No 35,

Inventory of the County of Pembroke,

John Wesley and Pembrokeshire L. J. Meyler,

John Wesley in Wales 1739 1790 University of Wales Press 1971 edit A. H. Williams.,

Journal of the Historical Society of the Church in Wales, No 10,

Journal of the Historical Society of the Church in Wales no 19 Medieval Records relating to the Diocese of St David's. Francis Jones,

Journal of the Historical Society of the Church in Wales Vol. V No10 Silas M. Harris article,

Journal of the Historical Society of Wales Vol. 2 1950 p54 J. Conway Davies, 5

Kelly's Directory 1884,

Life of David.

Little England Beyond Wales - E. Laws,

Lives of British Saints by S. Baring Gould and J. Fisher.

Medieval Religious House,  England  and  Wales  2nd  Edition 1971  D.  Knowles and R. N. Hadock,

Medieval Hospitals of England 1909 R. M. Clay,

Medieval Religious House, England and Wales 2nd Edition 1971 D. Knowles and R. N. Hadock,

Monastic Order in South Wales 1066-1349 Cowley F G.,

Monks and Monasteries - Samuel Fox - 1845,

Norman Monasteries and their English Possessions, D. J. A. Matthews,

Notitia Monastica (1695) Tanner,

Old Pembrokeshire Families - Henry Owen,

Org. Rolls, 2 Ric III, m 30,

Patent Roll, 5 Henry V, m.8 (Cal., p.129) &Patent Roll 11 Henry VI m.1.pt 2 (Cal pp298 299),

Pembroke Dock, Royal Dockyard and neighbourhood.   Mason 1905, 6

Pembrokeshire. Henry Owen,

Pembrokeshire Antiquities.

Pembrokeshire Churches Michael Fitzgerald,

Pembrokeshire County History Vol. III & Vol. IV,

Pembrokeshire Historian Vol

Pembrokeshire Parsons. Green & Baker,

Pembrokeshire Sea Trade before 1900. Barbara J. George,

Peniarth MS 16 & Peniarth MS 225,

Place Names in Pembrokeshire. B. G. Charles,

Population Changes round the shores of the Haven from 1800 to the present day Margaret C. Gilpin,

PRO E 106,

Rec. Church in Wales, Stat Bk St David's, pp 51 2,

Records of the Court of Augmentations relating to Wales and Monmouth ed. E. A. Lewis & J. Conway Davies

Registers (Baptism, Marriage and Burial) Bosheston, Stackpole, St Twinnels, St Petrox, Revd. John H. Richards.

Registrum Abbatica Johannis Whethamsted, Rolls Series Vol. ii p 270 quoted by Edward Laws in The Church Records of St Mary the Virgin, Tenby,

Rot Parl ., iv  474,

Royal Commission on Ancient Monuments in Wales and Monmouth, 4, 8, 9

South Pembrokeshire Mrs Mary Mirehouse,

South Pembrokeshire Place Names - P Valentine Harris,

South Wales Wade 1913,

South Wales by H. L. V. Fletcher,

Taylors Cussion George Owen 1606,

The ancient Priory church of St Nicholas and St John, Monkton, A brief History.

The Black Book of St David's (British Museum Additional MSS., No. 34,125) Edited by J. W. Willis-Bund  F.S.A. 1902. (MSS 34,125 is a copy made in 1516 of the earlier MS of 1326 in the opinion of Willis-Bund - without real revision),

The Description of Pembrokeshire by George Owen 1603,

The Episcopal Register of St Davidís 1397-1518,

The History of Pembrokeshire Rev. James Phillips,

The History of the South Pembrokeshire Calvanistic Methodist Churches by William Evans and Oscar S. Symonds 1913.

The Land of Britain - Part 32 Pembrokeshire 1939 Margaret F. Davies,

The Monastic Order in South Wales 1066-1348 F. G. Cowley,

The Old Parish Churches of South West Wales by Mike Salter,

The Pembroke Historian No 6 1979,

The Pembrokeshire Guide - Brian John,

The Reformation in Pembrokeshire down to 1553 by Prof. Glanmor Williams,

The State of Education in Wales 1847,

The Topographical Dictionary of Wales S. Lewis 1843,

The Victoria History of the Counties of England,

Valor Ecclesiasticus 1535,

Wales in Modern Times David Evans,

Welsh Walks and Legends Showell Styles,

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