Monstrous Fish: The story, 1604, of the sighting of a mermaid near Pendine, Carmarthenshire. On the NLW's Digital Mirror site
Curtis, Mary. The antiquities of Laugharne, Pendine, and their neighbourhoods: Carmarthenshire, Amroth, Sandersfoot, Cilgetty, Pembrokeshire, South Wales. (2nd ed.) London: Printed for the author by R. Clay, 1880. viii, 339p: ill, geneal tables; 19cm.
Price, D.M. and O'Brien, M.L. Greatest of the three: a historical survey of Laugharne and Pendine, [Pendine] (Llanmiloe Primary School, Pendine, Carms.) : [D.M. Price] (1973) , 66 p. : p., ill., maps, plans. [ISBN: 0950287105] p.
Lloyd, Sir John E., (Ed.). A History of Carmarthenshire (2 vols.), Cardiff, London Carmarthenshire Society (1935, 1939). Extracts from this book can be accessed on some parish pages, see below for this parish;
- The History of the Church in the County/ Puritan Domination; A period of Depression;--- In 1672, Pendine is listed in a long list of Carmarthenshire churches where "everything was out of repair" in the aftermath of the confusion of the previous 20 years.
- Nonconformity and Methodism/ Moravians and Sandemanians;---"The history of that remarkable body, the United Brethren (Moravians), is closely intertwined with that of Methodism .....the members were by no means all Laugharne people, for some lived at St Clears, others at Pendine, etc....."
- Introduction; --- "Along the coastline from Pendine to Laugharne, English is the native tongue, where it was introduced by Teutonic invaders early in the C12th. This English settlement is an extension of that of South Pembrokeshire....."
- Prehistoric and Roman Times/ The Old and Middle Stone Age/Palaeolithic; --- "In Carmarthenshire the outcrop of the Carboniferous limestone is met with in two areas.......(and) in the extreme south-west a continuation of the same feature, much faulted, appears in the headland known as Coygan Rock, near Laugharne, and further west again, at Pendine, here marking the beginning of the Pembrokeshire coalfield." And;--- "Coygan Rock, in which the cave(Coygan Cave) is situated, is one of a series of steep faced hills which fronts the low lying flats known as east and West Marsh, between Laugharne and Pendine..."
- Prehistoric and Roman Times/List of Carmarthenshire Hill Forts/Fortresses utilising promontories etc. Includes; Gilman Camp, Pendine.
- Prehistoric and Roman Times/ Carmarthenshire in the Bronze Age/Early Bronze Age;--- On page 54 is a plan of Cadno Mountain Tumulus, Pendine where four burials were found (see also John Ward 'Some Prehistoric Sepulchral Remains near Pendine', Arch Camb 1918). On page 55 is a diagram of a flint knife from this site. Opposite page 60 is a photograph of a portion of an encrusted urn from this site,
- The Age of the Native Princes/The Early Church; Rise of the Kingdom of Deheubarth ; --- "In the Liber Landavensis, five churches are claimed for Teilo(Saint) in Cantref Mawr and six in Cantref Gwarthaf. These cannot all be identified, ............ and perhaps we may add Pendine ..."