Gibson, J.S.W. and Medlycott, M.T. Local Census Listings 1522-1930 (2nd ed.), Birmingham, Fed. of Fam. Hist. Soc. (1994) 52 pp. [ISBN 1-872094-75-9]. Extracted are details of local censuses in Wales, listed by county - but there are no entries for Pembrokeshire
Ball, Peter. Every Single One, Visiting the Churches of Pembroke.
Barrow, Julia. [Ed]. St Davids Episcopal Acta 1085-1280. South Wales Record Society, 1998. Contains the Latin text of all the charters known to have been issued by the bishops of St Davids down to the death of Richard de Carew in 1280, with English summaries and notes.
Evans, Eifion. A Presbyterian Album: South Pembrokeshire Presbyterian Churches 1913-1999, published in 2000 by the South Pembrokeshire Presbytery. It is a paperback of 212 pages with illustrations. Copies may still be available from Ebenezer Chapel, Haverfordwest (2011)
Evans, John Thomas. The church plate of Pembrokeshire. : To which is added the Chantry certificates relating to the County of Pembroke by the Commissioners of Edward VI (1548); Extracts from the Returns of Church Goods in 6 & 7 Edward VI (1552-1553); and notes on the Dedications of Pembrokeshire Churches...London : W. H. Roberts, 1905. 147p?
Evans, William/Symond, Oscar. The History of the South Pembrokeshire Calvinistic Churches. Wrexham, 1913.
Evans, W. Methodistiaeth Lloegr Fach, Sir Penfro [ Methodism in Little England, Pembrokeshire]. 1909
Morgan, W T. Disciplinary Cases against Churchwardens in the Consistory Courts of St David's .Journal of the Historical Society of the Church in Wales Vol. X, No. 15 (1960)
Rees, Thomas & John Thomas. Hanes Eglwysi Annibynnol Cymru (History of the Welsh Independent Churches), 4 volumes (published 1871+). The PEM section of these books (in Welsh) is now fully extracted - some with translations
Salter, Mike . The Old Parish Churches of South-West Wales. Malvern, 1994 .
Saunders, Erasmus. A view of the state of religion in the diocese of St.David's about the beginning of the 18th century : with some account of the causes of its decay,together with considerations of the reasonableness of augmenting the revenues of impropriate churches . Cardiff : University of Wales Press, 1721
The Episcopal Registers of the Diocese of St.Davids, 1397-1518 : from the original registers in the Diocesan Registry of Carmarthen. London : The Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion, 1917. 3 v ; 25cm. Series title Cymmrodorion Record series ; No.6
The Welsh Church Year Book 1929. Published by The Representative Body of The Church in Wales. Cardiff, 1928. pp 624 including over 130 pages of biographies of clergy. A Cd containing a scanned copy of the book was published by Archives CD Books in 2002. With the permission of the latter part of the statistical data for parishes in the counties of Cardiganshire, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire has been extracted onto those GENUKI parish pages. The Explanatory notes state that;
Where parishes have been grouped or divided then the acreage is unreliable, some town figures are not given.
Population figures are according to the 1921 census returns.
Rawlins, B.J. The Parish Churches and Nonconformist Chapels of Wales: Their Records and where to Find them, Vol. One, Cardigan - Carmarthen - Pembroke. P.O. Box 510652, Salt Lake City, UT 84151-0652, Celtic Heritage Research (1987). [Provides details of [ but no personal names] parish registers at the National Library of Wales and at the Carmarthenshire Record Office, and very extensive details of the various types of nonconformist records, mainly held at the PRO or at the chapel concerned.This book has been used as a source of data of nonconformist records on the Genuki parish pages.
Williams, C.J. and Watts-Williams, J. Cofrestri Plwyf Cymru: Parish Registers of Wales (National Index of Parish Registers, Vol. 13).Aberystwyth: National Library of Wales, Second edition,2000. This book has been used as a source of data of parish records and bishop's transcripts on the Genuki parish pages
Foley, R. The Practice of the Court of Great Sessions for Carmarthen, Pembroke and Cardigan. 1792
Pre-1858 Welsh probate jurisdictions.South Wales & Monmouthshire : a genealogical research guide to probate courts having jurisdiction in the counties of Brecon, Cardigan, Carmarthen, Glamorgan, Monmouth (England), Pembroke, and Radnor .Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S.A. : Genealogical Society of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Inc., 1970
Carradice, Phil. Exploring the Pembrokeshire Coast. Gomer Catalogue 2006. ISBN 1 84323 125 5
Charles, B G. The second book of George Owen's "Description of Pembrokeshire" ', The National Library of Wales Journal, Vol. V, No. 4, Winter, 1948.
Davies, M F. Pembrokeshire. 1939.
Davies, Paul. A Company of Forts, A Guide to the Medieval Castles of West Wales. Published by Gomer, site intro; "As in the rest of Wales, the western counties of Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion abound with reminders of a turbulent medieval past, - magnificent castles which grace the landscape, their inherent menace only somewhat subdued by the passing years. Paul R. Davies provides us here with an introduction to the history which led to the building of the medieval castles, and then divides the fortresses into three types - motte and bailey sites, stone-built castles and fortified manor-houses. The text is lavishly illustrated with photographs and line-drawn reconstructions, which vividly show the range of castles, both large and small, in West Wales, from mighty Pembroke and Carreg Cennen to the fortified manor-houses of Green Castle and Eastington and the atmospheric mounds such as Pencader and Llangadog......."
Davies, Roger W. Old Pembrokeshire & Carmarthenshire. Llandysul: Gomer, 1991. p: ill, maps, ports; 20x23cm. [ISBN 0863837263]
Davies, Roger W. Old Pembrokeshire. 1st imp. 1988 (Gomer Press) laminated boards, 96 repro. captioned postcards dated 1901-1936
Evans, D E. Pembrokeshire Coast Scenery. Cardiff, 1973.
Evans, R O/John, B S. The Pembrokeshire Landscape. Tenby, 1973.
Fenna, John. Discovering Pembrokeshire by Bicycle. Gomer Catalogue 2006. ISBN 1 85902 768 7
Fenton, Richard. A Historical Tour Through Pembrokeshire, 2nd edition 1903, facsimile edition by Dyfed County Council Cultural Services Department 1994.
Gaillie, M. Little England's Other Half. Pembrokeshire Handbooks. Llanychaer, 1974.
Griffiths, Bill. They Lived At Newton In Pembrokeshire. Dyfed FHS journal, Vol7/6 Dec 2001. Which one ? The article addresses the question of a geographical search for a common place name and some of the sources available to find an ancestor.
Howells, B E & K.A The Extent of Cemais
Howells, R. The Sounds Between. Llandysul, 1968 ; and Across the Sounds to the Pembrokeshire Islands. Llandysul, 1972.
Howells, Roscoe. Pembrokeshire's Islands. Gomer, Llandysul. (1 85902 122 0) Gomer Catalogue 2002; - "Roscoe Howells's knowledge of the history of the island people and their way of life is unrivalled............"
Lloyd, Thomas A Tour of Pembrokeshire in 1823 The Journal of the Pembrokeshire Historical Society, No.3 1989 Welsh Journals Online
*Lockley R. M. Pembrokeshire. May 1958 reprint (1st pub. Feb. 1957) (Robert Hale, London).163pp. inc. foreward, biblio. and index. 25 b/w photo. illus. sketch-map.
Mais, S. P. B. Little England Beyond Wales. 1949 (Christopher Johnson). 139pp. 1 col. illus. 12 b/w illus.
Miles, Dillwyn. Portrait of Pembrokeshire. Robert Hale, London, 1984.
Mirehouse, Mary B. South Pembrokeshire. London, 1910.
Morris, M G R. Romilly's Visits to Wales 1827-1854. Extracts from the Diaries of the Rev. Joseph Romilly. Gomer, 1998.
Here is a travel related extract from the book with Pembrokeshire relevance
Owen, George of Henllys The Description of Penbrokeshire . 1892. There is also a version published by Gomer, Llandysul; ed by Dilwyn Miles. (Gomer catalogue 2002, 1 85902 120 4).
Roberts, E & T. The Islands of Pembrokeshire. Pembrokeshire Handbooks, Llanychaer 1974.
Seymour, J. About Pembrokeshire. Haverfordwest, 1971.
Timmins, H T. Nooks and Corners of Pembrokeshire. 1895
Turner, Jean C. A Pembrokeshire Album. ISBN 1 85902 799 7 . Gomer, site intro; " For those who enjoy the beauty of landscape, there can be few places to satisfy the eye and the spirit more than the county of Pembrokeshire..... Bounded on three sides by the sea, Pembrokeshire is loved by visitors, ..... drawn by the beauty of quiet places, majestic landscapes and historic settings. For others......the changing seasons and the deeply-rooted traditions provide infinite variety. For twenty-five years, Jean Turner has lived in Newport, at the foot of the Presely hills, observing and celebrating the life around her in atmospheric watercolour.
'The little county of Pembrokeshire is not without plenty of God's blessing as well as sufficient means for the people to live in good and plentiful sort'.'
George Owen (1603) - Elizabethan historian and Lord of Cemais ".
William-Davies, John. Tom Mathias, Folk Life Photographer. Gomer site intro; " A selection of photographs from the Tom Mathias Collection and a resume of the photographer's life and work.A fascinating record of daily life in south Ceredigion and north Pembrokeshire at the end of the nineteenth century and during the early years of the twentieth century. "
Pigot's Directory of South Wales 1835 . A classified directory of Nobility, Gentry, Clergy, Merchants, Bankers, Professional Gentlemen, Manufacturers and Traders - Not a listing of all residents or households.
Pigot's Directories of North Wales, South Wales and Monmouthshire 1822-3
Slater's Directory of South Wales and Monmouthshire 1850
Slaters Directory of North and South Wales 1858-1859
Worrall's Directory of South Wales : comprising the counties of Glamorgan Carmarthen, Pembroke, Cardigan, Brecknock and Radnor, with Newport, Monmouthshire. Oldham : John Worrall, 1875. ,436,174p. Includes 178p of advertisements.Includes index.
Davies, Jennifer. The Ormond Family Go To America. Dyfed FHS journal Vol 6/4 Aug 1998. Places in Pembrokeshire mentioned; Winterton, Marloes, Dale, Haverfordwest. They sailed from Milford Haven/Liverpool in 1849 on the "Hartley" to New Orleans, then up the Mississippi to St Louis. Two daughters died en route from cholera.
Lowe, Vera. Have you got Mormons in your Family Tree ? Dyfed FHS journal, Vol 8/1, Dec 2002. About the Pulley family.
Nash, M D . 'The Settler Handbook' listing all those who emigrated to South Africa under the 1820 Settlers scheme. Over 1,000 families from across the country sailed on 17 ships on government assisted passages. There are certainly some from Wales e.g a group from Haverfordwest in 1820
Bridgeman, Rev. The Hon. George T. O. History of the Princes of South Wales. 1976 (Wigan) 310pp. + intro. 11 genealogical tables
Green , Francis [Ed] . West Wales Historical Records . The Annual Magazine of the Historical Society of West Wales. c 1920 in 14 volumes. Here is a listing of Contents
Griffiths, Bill. Pembrokeshire Gentry, 15/19th The King's Royal Hussars and the Pilkingtons. Dyfed FHS journal Vol 6/5 Dec 1998
Griffiths, Bill. Pembrokeshire Name-changers No's 1/2/3. Dyfed FHS journal, Vol 5/8 Dec 1996. Richard Bulkeley Phillips/Grant of Narberth ; Rev James Henry Alexander Gwyther/Phillips re Picton ; Sir Charles Edward Gregg Fisher/Phillips re Picton.
Griffiths, Bill. Pembrokeshire Name-changers No's 4/5. Dyfed FHS journal Vol 5/9 April 1997. The Meyrick family of the Bush Estate, Pembroke, and the Owen family of Orielton.
Hore, Liz and Stuart Tamblin. Musters of Pembrokeshire Militia 1781-2
Howells, Roscoe. A Pembrokeshire Pioneer. Bill Frost
Hughes, Basil Notes on the Vaughan Families of Wales [Kindle Edition 2013]
Inglis-Jones, Elisabeth. Pembrokeshire County Family in the Eighteenth century. Part I , National Library of Wales Journal, Volume 17. "Since the sixteenth century when a John Allen migrated there from Ireland, many branches of his descendants had inhabited Pembrokeshire.................In 1728 John Allen of Goodhooke raised his standing by his marriage with Joan Bartlett, heiress of Cresselly (in Jeffreyston parish), a fine estate with an ancient house standing on a coal-bearing headland above a tidal river and overlooking the far shores of Milford Haven"
Jones, Caroline Charles (ed). Historic Pembrokeshire Homes and Their Families Extended Edition by Francis Jones. Brawdy Books 2001.
Jones, Francis[Major]. Historic Houses of Pembrokeshire And Their Families . 1996.
Kirkwood, Bettye. Opus Agnes---Agnes Lewis and the Pembrokeshire name of Devonald. Dyfed FHS journal Vol 6/6 April 1999.
Lloyd, Howell A. The Gentry of South-West Wales 1540-1640. Cardiff, 1968
Lowe, Vera. The Devereux Inheritance. Dyfed FHS journal Vol 5/9 April 1997. See also under Dale parish.
Lowe, Vera. Some Pembrokeshire Devereux. Haverfordwest, 1974.
Lowe, Vera. The Mortimers in Pembrokeshire and Cardiganshire and Related Families. Dyfed FHS journal, Vol 7/6 Dec 2001.
Lowe, Vera. Gibbon of Pembrokeshire . Dyfed FHS journal,1995 This is a survey of people named Gibbon, found in Pembrokeshire and Glamorgan, based on a thorough search of manuscripts and the writer's personal connections and knowledge.
McGarvie, Michael. The Meyricks of Bush, the Story of a Pembrokeshire Family. 1988.
Newbury, Paul A R. The Isitts of Pembrokeshire. Part I. Dyfed FHS journal Vol 5/7 Aug 1996. Part II, Vol 5/9 April 1997.
Owen, Henry . Old Pembroke families in the ancient county palatine of Pembroke. : compiled in part from the Floyd MSS.London : Pub. for the author by C. J. Clark, 1902. 138 p.
Phillips, Sir Thomas (ed.) Pedigrees of Caermarthenshire, Cardiganshire, and Pembrokeshire, in continuation of Lewis Dwnn [i.e. of the pedigrees recorded by him in his Heraldic Visitations], to about the years 1700-10, from the MS. of John P. A. L. Philipps, etc. Jacobus Rogers, Middle Hill (1859) pp. 4. 44. fol. [BM Tab.436.b.4.(3.)]
Theakston, Lucy E. Lloyd & Davies, John. Some family records & pedigrees of the Lloyds of Allt yr Odyn, Castell Hywel, Ffos y Bleiddiaid, Gilfach Wen, Llan Llyr, Waun Ifor.Oxford: Fox, Jones & Co (1913). Counties - Cardiganshire, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire. Family names - Lloyd, Philipps, Allen Estates/properties - Allt yr Odyn, Castell Hywel, Ffos y Bleiddiaid, Gilfach Wen, Llan Llyr, Waun Ifor, Llanfair Clydogau, Maes y Felin, Highmead, Pantstreimon.
Carradice, P. The Last Invasion: The story of the French landing in Wales, Pontypool Torfaen, Village Publishing (1997). [A very readable and well-illustrated detailed account - complete with extensive references to primary sources and bibliography.]
Davies, D J. The Economic History of South Wales prior to 1800, Cardiff, 1933
Davies, Roger W. Old Pembrokeshire & Carmarthenshire. Llandysul: Gomer, 1991. p: ill, maps, ports; 20x23cm. [ISBN 0863837263]
*Davis, Paul.R. Historic West Wales.Christopher Davies, 1992. Another book about West Wales, covering Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire. It is mainly a tour about 150 places such as prehistoric monuments, churches, castles,wells and old houses.
Edwards, Emily H. Castles and Strongholds of Pembrokeshire. Tenby 1909.
Filip, J Celtic Civilisation and its Heritage Prague 1962
Green , Francis [Ed] . West Wales Historical Records . The Annual Magazine of the Historical Society of West Wales. c 1920 in 14 volumes. Here is a listing of Contents .
Griffiths, Ivor. The Rebecca Riots. Dyfed FHS journal, Vol 5, no 2, Dec 1994, pp 60-68
Howard, D.W. Pembrokeshire gentry in the eighteenth century. In Camarthenshire studies, pp.158-185, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire County Council, (1974).
Howell, David W. Pembrokeshire County History, vol IV, Modern Pembrokeshire, 1815-1974 1993
Howells, B., (Ed.). Early Modern Pembrokeshire 1536-1815 (Pembrokeshire County History, vol III), Haverfordwest, , Pembrokeshire Historical Society 1987.
Howells, B E/KA [Ed]. Pembrokeshire Life 1572-1843. Haverfordwest, 1972.
Howells, B E. Elizabethan Pembrokeshire : the evidence of George Owen .Haverfordwest : Pembrokeshire Record Society, 1973. 158p
Hughes, Basil. Jottings and Historical Records with Index on the History of South Pembrokeshire Vol. 1 1066-1389. ISBN 1 898687 00 5 . Contains all the public records and ecclesiastical records that the author has come across relating to South Pembrokeshire 1066 to 1389 with an index. (Now on kindle books)
Hughes, Basil. Jottings and Historical Records with Index on the History of South Pembrokeshire Vol. 2 Manorial Accounts 1324 - 1333. ISBN 1 898687 02 1. (Now on kindle books)
Hughes, Basil. Jottings and Historical Records with Index on the History of South Pembrokeshire Vol. 3 1389 - 1535 . ISBN 1 898687 08 0 Contains all the public records and ecclesiastical records that the author has come across relating to South Pembrokeshire 1389 to 1535 with an index. (Now on kindle books)
Hughes, E Ernest Pembrokeshire historians Journal of the Welsh Bibliographical Society vol 5/1 1937 Welsh Journals Online
John, A H. The Industrial Development of South Wales, 1750-1850. UWP, 1950
John, Brian. Pembrokeshire Past and Present; Greencroft Books 1995...Indexed.
*Jones, Francis[Major]. The Francis Jones Treasury of Historic Pembrokeshire.Brawdy Books, Newport, Pembrokeshire (1999) 330 p.
Laws, E. The History of Little England beyond Wales and the non-Kymric colony settled in Pembrokeshire, London, G. Bell (1888) xiv, iv, 458 p.,  leaves of plates (some folded) : p., ill. [Reprinted Haverfordwest: Cultural Services Department, Dyfed County Council, 1995].
Here is an extract relating to the French Invasion of 1797 with various people and places in Llanwnda parish mentioned.
Also an extract containing a description of how cottagers and farmers lived
Leach, A L. The History of the Civil War in Pembrokeshire and its Borders. 1937
Lewis, T.E., Jones, J.T. and Lewis, H. Local heritage from Efailwen to Whitland: comprising the history of the parishes of Climaenllwyd, Hellanfallteg, Llanboidy, Llandysilio, Llanddewi Velfrey, Whitland 2 vols), Clunderwen, The Author (1976). [ISBN: 0902126059 (v. 2)]
Lewis, T P. The Story of Wales, Pembrokeshire Edition, Book 1. Llandybie, 1959.
Miles, D. Sheriffs of the county of Pembroke, 1541- 1974: together with a list of the sheriffs of the town and county of Haverfordwest, C. I. Thomas & Sons (1976) 109 p.
Raggett, Paul. From Roch to Ramsey the St. Davids Peninsula - Social history in words and many pictures, mostly named people, 1999.
Rebecca Riots . Commissioners Report (1844) into the conditions in South Wales which contains a lot of background evidence and comment by Dyfed people. Backed by contemporary press extracts relating to the Rebecca Riots in the Llanelly, Llannon and Pontardulais areas. Indexed by witnesses.
Rees, S. A Guide to Ancient and Historic Wales : Dyfed. HMSO/CADW, 1992. 241p. A guide to c 150 archaelogical sites in the counties of Cardiganshire, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire.
Stickings, T G. Castles and Strongholds of Pembrokeshire. Tenby, 1973.
Stuart Jones, E.H. The Last Invasion of Britain, Cardiff, Univ. of Wales Press (1950) 324 p. [A scholarly account of the Franch invasion of 1797].15 plates. 3 maps
The Cambrian Journal Volume 1 , 1854. Published under the auspices of the Cambrian Institute. London, Longmans & Co; Tenby, R Mason. Includes an extracted article styled 'The Industrial Capacities of South Wales'.
Hughes, Basil. Estate of the Earldom of Pembroke; including the names of the major land holders and extent of their holding. Information on part of the manor of Castlemartin including a list of tenants and bondservants Kyngeswode - very detailed records of a manor which employed casual labour and giving details of the crops, livestock and wages. Pembroke Castle inventory, Mills of Pembroke, property of the Bishop of St. David's in the South Pembrokeshire area including, the names of tenants.
The People of Dyfed and the sea. Dyfed FHS journal Vol 6/4 Aug 1998. An extensive article, pp 134/142 describing resources available and several examples found at the various county Archives. Other headings include ; Steam Packets, Pembroke Dockyard and Pembrokeshire Lighthouse Keepers on the 1891 census.
A True relation of the routing His Majesties forces in the county of Pembroke, under the command of the earl of Carbery, by those valiant and courageous gentlemen, Colonell Rowland Langharne, John Poyer, Simon Thelwall, Thomas Langharne and others ... : as it was sent in two severall relations of the land-fight and sea-fight, the one to the Right Honourable Robert, earl of Warwick, the other to the Honourable William Lenthall, Esquire, speaker of the House of Commons ... Publisher London : Printed for Edw. Husbands, 1644. 16p
Davies, Reginald[Dr]. Welshmen at the Battle of Trafalgar Was your ancestor a one legged survivor of the Battle ?. Part I. Dyfed FHS journal, Vol 5/5 Dec 1995. Concentrates on the story of one man, James Davis of Pembroke.
Davies, Reginald[Dr]. Welshmen at the Battle of Trafalgar [21 Oct 1805]. Part II. Dyfed FHS journal, Vol 5/6 April 1996. The author refers to the index he has produced of all Welshman at the battle.
Hackett, Ted. Pembrokeshire Muster Books for 1613. Dyfed FHS journal, Vol 4/9 April 1994.
Celtic Educational Ltd. Welsh First Names for Children - Their meanings explained . 1978
Griffiths, Bill. The Origins of Pembrokeshire Surnames. Dyfed FHS journal Vol 7/3 Dec 2000.
Hughes, Basil. Some Names in the History of South Pembrokeshire.ISBN 1 898687 09 9 A list of the names, in alphabetical order, relating to South Pembrokeshire History that the author has had contact with plus the source. It includes the clergy, 1670 Hearth Tax, Mayors of Pembroke etc.
Hughes, Basil Some Names in the History of Pembrokeshire [Kindle Edition 2013]
Lloyd, Annie. Welsh Surnames and Given Names, 1996
Morgan, T J/Morgan, Prys. Welsh Surnames. UWP, 1985.
Claughton, Peter F. Greenhill Ochre Mine, Friends Pembrokeshire Museums Journal, Autumn 1976, p. 10.
Colyer, Richard. The Welsh Cattle Drovers (1976). Here is a contents listing/introduction and an index by Catherine Davies-Shiel. Reissued in 2002 by Landmark Publishing Co, with revision of some chapters, now p192.
Connop-Price, M R . Pembrokeshire - The Forgotten Coalfield. 2004,Landmark Publishing, 254p.
Chapter headings; The Geological Background; The Chronological Development of the Coalfield; Landlords and Leases; Mining Technology and Methods; Labour and Labour Relations; Health and Safety; Mining Transport; Coal Shipping and Ships; The Coal and Culm Trades; Coal Society; Conclusions.
Hall, G W. Metal Mines of Southern Wales, Kington, 2nd. edn., published privately, 1993 - A detailed account of mining in the pre Carboniferous rocks of south Cardiganshire, Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire and Brecknockshire
Hassall, C. Agriculture of Pembrokeshire. London, 1794.
Hassall, C. A general view of the agriculture of the county of Pembroke London, 1794
Jenkins, D. The Agricultural Community in South-West Wales at the turn of the 20th Century. Cardiff, 1971
John, B S. Old Industries of Pembrokeshire. The Face of Wales series, No 2. Lanchester, 1974. Has sections on ;- Quarrying Industries; Metal Mines and Metal Working; Ship-Building; Coal Mining; Mills and factories; Rural Crafts
Johnson, Keith. The Pubs of Pembroke, Pembroke Dock, Tenby and South Pembrokeshire. Logaston Press, Little Logaston, Woonton, Alemley, Herefordshire HR3 6QH ISBN 1 904396 07 0.
Jones, F. Some Farmers of Bygone Pembrokeshire. Cymmrodorion, 1943-4, p 145
Jones, R W. The History of the Pembrokeshire Police Force, Caernarvon,1957
Kennedy, R A. Prendergast Paper Mill. 1985
Morris, J H/Williams,L J. The South Wales Coal Industry 1841-1875. 1958.
Pike, Jonathan. Dyfed Apprentices in Eighteenth Century Bristol. Dyfed FHS Journal 5 (Aug. and Dec. 1996). [Powell Family of St Clears, Meyler Family of Haverfordwest, Protheroe Family of Molleston, Bowen Family of Pembroke]
Price, Martin Connop Coal, Culm and Cressswell Quay: some aspects of the Pembrokeshire coal industry in the eighteenth century The Journal of the Pembrokeshire Historical Society, No.6, 1994/5 Welsh Journals Online
Rees, Derek. Rings and Rosettes-the history of the Pembrokeshire Agricultural Society 1784-1977. Gomer, 1977?, 1st ed., 234 pp, subs list, 35 b&w plates.
Roberts, Dafydd. Nhw oedd y Chwarelwyr -Arwyr y Fro: The Pembrokeshire Slate Quarrymen. Llafur: Journal of Welsh Labour History/Cylchgrawn Hanes Llafur Cymru Vol. 5, No. 1. 1988 (Aberystwyth). The theme is the north-west Wales connection and there are snippets based on this article on Not everyone knows this.., inc. several personal names.
The geology of the South Wales coalfield. : Part XIII. The country around Pembroke and Tenby . Great Britain. Geological Survey. Edition 3d ed. London : H. M. Stationery Off., 1964- pts. illus., maps, diagrs : tables
*Toulson, Shirley/Forbes, Caroline. The Drovers' Road of Wales. II Pembrokeshire and the South. Whittet Books Ltd, 1992 This is the second book in the series and covers from the Englishry of Pembrokeshire around Angle and Castlemartin up through Carmarthenshire, across from Ceredigion through Gower into Glamorgan and over the Black Mountains into the Welsh Marches.
Howell, David W. Patriarchs & Parasites: The Gentry of South-West Wales in the 18th Century. 1986 (Cardiff: University of Wales Press) ix + 310pp. inc. appendixes, bibliography, notes and index. 2 maps - 1 foldout. the area covered is Cardiganshire, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire. an examination of the fortunes and character of the ruling class but much else besides.
Lloyd, H A. The Gentry of South-West Wales 1540-1640. Cardiff, 1968
Peate, Iorwerth C. The Welsh House.A Study in Folk Culture First published in 1940, reprinted by Llanerch Publishers, Felinfach in 2000. ISBN 1 86143 112 0. Here is a review and a listing of Contents, Illustrations, Figures and houses/sites mentioned, from the 1940 edition.
Philpin, A M. Women and Crime in 19th Century Pembrokeshire. 1991