A history of Pembroke Dock, in this parish, is given in the transcription of the Lewis extract for Pembroke.
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Phillips, Lawrence. Captain Sir Thomas Sabine Pasley, Bt.,R.N., and Pembroke Dockyard, 1849-1854. Mineralogical Magazine 71/2 (1985), p. 159-65
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