Pembroke , gent. Pembroke, spin ster, to Edward Marrow of Freystrop, co. Pembroke, butcher, of part of the dwelling hou se of Haroldston and lands occupied by the said Edward Marrow until one year after hi s death.
Pembroke, spister, to Moses Longman of Freystrop, co. Pembroke, steward and agent for Hester Perrott of Haroldston, co. Pembroke, to Walter Seagar of the parish of St. Pembroke, bart. Not executed.
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Pembroke, miller, of a water mill and lands in the parish of St. Pembroke , spinster, to Constant Phillipps of Dredgman Hill, co.
Thomas in Haverfordwest. Pembroke , bart. Pembroke, yeoman, of Lhe hou se occupied by the said William Tasker in the parish of St. Mary, Haverfordwest , co. Pembroke, yeoman, of the house occupied by the said William Tasker in the parish of St. Thomas in Haverfordwest , co. Pembroke, widow, to John Beavans of Little Milford. Pembroke, yeoman , of a messuage and garden in Freystrop. Pembroke, spinster, to Moses Longman of Freystrop, co. Seal of Haverfordwest [ co. Pembroke , labourer, of a house and garden in the parish of Freystrop. Signature cut away.
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Pembroke, yeoman, of a messuage and lands in Ambleston. Pembroke, yeoman, of a messuage and land in Woodstock. Pembrok e, knt. Pembrok e. Pembroke, yeoman, of a messuage and land i n Woodstock.
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Pembroke, to David Rice of Ambleston, co. Pembroke, clerk, of two messuages and lands in Ambelston. Pembroke, spinster, to Howell William of Woodstock, co. FI LE — ref. Pem broke, bart. Pembroke, yeoman, of Woodstock Mill and appurtenances in the parish of Ambleston. Lease, as Pembroke, yeoman knt. Pembroke, yeoman, and John and Maurice, his sons, of messuages and appurtenances in Castlebythe, co. Pembroke , widow, and John Symyns of Martletwy, gent. Hereford, knt. Pembroke, yeoman, of a messuage and l ands i n Castlebythe.
Pembroke, spinster, to Thomas Harding of Castlebythe, co. FILE -ref. Pembroke , esq. Pembroke, husbandman, of a messuage and lands near the village of Castlebythe. Pembroke, spinster, to Henry Lewis of Llanychlwydog, co. Pembroke, of the messuage and lands called Llanmarchan.
Pembroke, clerk, of a messuage and lands in Llanychl wydog. Pembroke, spinster, to James Owen of Newport, co. Pembroke, spinster, to David Thomas of Newport, co. Pembroke, of a messuage and land in Newport. Pembroke, yeoman, of two messuages and land in Newport, co. Pem broke, yeoman, of a messuage and lands i n Newport.
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Pembroke, widow, of a messuage and lands in Newport. For further details on the history of the Perrots of Hereford shi re, see R. Id em. In 1 M.
Hel ms and E. Henning ed.
Dodd and P. Hasler, Hist. Squibb, R. College of Arms, MS. Squibb, op. Established in the county of Pembroke si nce the fourteenth century, the Laugharn e family only came to promi nence i n the sixteenth. See F. Pakington , The Pakingtons of Westwood Worcester, , Howells ed.
Constant Phil l i ps was the son of the Independ ent mi nister Peregrine Phill i ps d. VIII , Owen, Old Pembroke Families, Prehistoric standing stones and Early Christian monuments in Wales tend to be closely linked to the culture, history and legend of their locality. It would appear that large stones that originally had a practical function either to mark particular points such as burials or as signposts within the landscape developed to become territorial andland rights markers and symbols of sacred intent.
Two types of monument are taken to represent the functions of waymarkers and territorial markers. The two types of marker indicating routes and territorial boundaries appear to correlate with the distinctions made by archaeologists Tim Ingold 1 and Richard Bradley 2 between the hunter-gatherer attitude to country and that of the settled farmer. In Pembrokeshire the monuments appear to demonstrate that these concepts of country are not mutually exclusive and that they persisted , into recent times.
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Fig 2. The Lady Stone [OS. It stands less than a mile from the Lady stone and marks a continuation of the prehistoric route into the Gwaun valley. SM ]. Besides these simple shapes there is a vertical pattern running down the shaft and across the top of inter-linked lines.
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