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 Pigot & Co. South Wales directory for 1830

The information  below relating to Tenby was extracted  by Gareth Hicks from the CD of the same title published by Archive CD Books.  (May 2003)


For a general description see the 1844 directory extract.

The town of Tenby and parish of St Mary (within and without), contained, by the parliamentary returns for 1821, 1554 inhabitants.

Post Office, Martha Morgan, Post Mistress. --- Letters from all parts arrive every morning at eight, and are despatched every evening at six.

Nobility, Gentry and Clergy

Academies and Schools

Professional Persons

Inns and Hotels

Taverns & Public Houses

Lodging-House Keepers

Shopkeepers & Traders

Carriers

To Carmarthen, Rees & Son, from the Cobourg, every Tuesday

To Narberth, John Davies, from the Market place, every Tuesday & Satur.

To Pembroke, William Lewis, from the Market place, every Tuesday

Conveyance by Water

To Bristol, the Betsey, James Rees, master; and the James, William Rees, sail once a fortnight alternately --- and the Glamorgan Steam Packet, every week, during the summer season.

To Cork, the Flora, Oliver Webb, master; time of sailing uncertain.


[Gareth Hicks, 27 May 2003]

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