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PEMBROKESHIRE HUNDREDS AND PARISHES

This listing is basically that of Pembrokeshire's ancient parishes, arranged according to the hundreds in which they are situated.
Many Welsh place names exist in several variants. The name used here is typically that found in Cofresti Plwyf Cymru: Parish Registers of Wales.

To view a 'sketch map' indicating the position and relative size of each parish within its  hundred, click on the particular hundred's name below.
These maps are based on  data in the book by Bert J. Rawlins, 'The Parish Churches and Nonconformist Chapels of Wales'.
Here also is a sketch map of the hundreds themselves.

 

Castlemartin

Cemais

Cilgerran

Dewisland

Dungleddy[Daugleddau]

Narberth

Roose [Rhos]