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Pigot & Co. South Wales directory for 1830

The information  below relating to St David's and Solva was extracted  by Gareth Hicks from the CD of the same title published by Archive CD Books.  (May 2003)


SAINT DAVID'S AND SOLVA.

See the 1844 Directory extract for a general description of the place.

The parish of St David's contained, by the last returns, 2,240 inhabitants.

Post Office, St Davids's, Henry Stephens, Post Master. --- Letters from Haverfordwest arrive every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evening at six, and are despatched on the same mornings at 5.

Post, Solva, --- Receiving house, at Henry Thomas's, boot and shoe maker.

Gentry and Clergy

Academies & Schools

Professional Persons

Inns and Public Houses

Shopkeepers and Traders

(at St David's when not otherwise mentioned)

Carriers

To Haverfordwest (calling at Solva) John Williams, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday --- and Stephen Williams, every Monday, Wednesday & Friday , from their respective houses, St David's

Conveyance by Water

Coasting Traders from St David's

To Bristol, the Mary, Geo James, master; the Kitty, Henry Grinnith; and the Favorite Nancy, John Rees


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(Last updated 26 May 2003 ; Gareth Hicks)

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