Middle Mill c 1900
Middle Mill c 1900

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Further resources for the Family Historian


England and Wales 1901 Census: Pay per view site (PPV).  

Records of Index of BMD: From 1837 to 1983. (Not fully transcribed).  

Dyfed Family History Society: Covers Pembrokeshire, Cardigan and Carmarthenshire.  

The National Library of Wales: The acknowledged centre for research. (The Archives Collection includes public records, industrial archives, ecclesiastical archives, political archives, manorial records, the archives of individuals and institutions, and the archives of landed families and estates).

Genuki(Wales): A huge resource for genealogical and historical information and much more - really worth the effort of getting to know this site.  

Milford Trawlers: Specialist shipping site focussed on steam trawlers registered in Milford between 1888 and 1914, with ON /Port No., year built / GRT, owners also those taken up by the Admiralty in WW1, with armament, role and fate. Skippers (and their ticket numbers) during the same period, together with the names and dates of some of the vessels they commanded. 

Welsh Mariners: An on-line index of 22,000 Welsh merchant masters, mates and engineers active from 1800 to 1945, compiled by Dr. Reg Davies.


Pembrokeshire National Park: Places and information.

Maps & Books

St DAVIDS BOOKSHOP, 5A The Pebbles, St Davids, Pembs. SA62 6RD. Tel: 01437 720480

Specialised stock of Pembrokeshire Books and Maps.  

Old-Maps: Early Ordnance Survey maps.

StreetMap: Generally useful site for finding any UK location.

Ordnance Survey: Definitive source of all maps in the UK. 

Google Earth: Brilliant views but requires broadband and download.

Travel & Accommodation

Cambrian Routes: Family History guided tours and accommodation.


Pembrokeshire County Council: Definitive information from Pembrokeshire County Council and Local Government.

Pembrokeshire County Records & Archives located at

The Castle, Haverfordwest, Pembs, SA61 2EF Telephone +44 (0)1437 763707

Pembrokeshire County Registry Office located at

Tower Hill, Haverfordwest, Pembs, SA61 1SS Telephone +44 (0)1437 775176