IMAGES.

Image quality is highly dependent upon the state of preservation of the source material.

Reproduction Prints and Offline Images.

Cenquest has a large number of postcards, prints and maps which may give a better feel for the time and place of your ancestors.

Please ask if there is a particular area you are interested in, as we have an extensive collection available.

Abereiddy:  A blue lagoon was formed here when the sea broke into a disused slate quarry  Angle Bay:  The last remains of the schooner Progress and the two masted ketch Mary Jane can be seen on the beach  Angle:  A single street village  Druidston:  The sandy cove was used by the Fitzgerald contingent during Stongbows'expedition to Ireland  Fishguard GWR Ocean Express  Fishguard Harbour: Irish mail leaving for London  Haverfordwest Castle:  First established by Gilbert De Clare, Earl of Pembroke in the mid 12th Century  Haverfordwest: Castle Square and New Bridge 1906  Haverfordwest: Castle Square  Haverfordwest: Market Street (DOWN)  Haverfordwest: Prendergast was stricken, together with other districts of the town, by an outbreak of bubonic plague in 1651  Haverfordwest Quay:  In Tudor times, wool, hides, corn, malt and coal were exported  Haverfordwest: Salutation Square 1907 pigs herded through the street  Haverfordwest, Market St:  At the junction of High Street and Market Street there is a Crypt, the vaulted cellar of a 13th century house.  Haverfordwest Castle:  First established by Gilbert De Clare, Earl of Pembroke in the mid 12th Century  Manorbier Castle:  Birthplace of Gerald of Wales  Letterston:      10 miles North of Haverfordwest  Middle Mill:  The industrial past of the Corn Mill dates back to the 17th Century.  Middle Mill:  The approach  Milford: Charles Street  Milford: Hamilton Terrace named after Sir William Hamilton founder of the town in the  1780's, husband of Emma lover of Lord Nelson.    Narberth: Intermediate School 1905  New Moat:  During the 14th century this was a manor of the Bishops of St Davids  Newgale:  The Landsker line ran from Newgale to Amroth following a line of Castles separating the Norman and Welsh lands  Neyland: Barnlake Ferry  Neyland: High Street 1903  Pembroke Castle:  Royal connections through the centuries including Ann Boleyn who became Marchioness of Pembroke  Pembroke: Main Street 1932. John Wesley preached in the Town Hall, Main St, in 1763  Pembroke:  Handleys Shop  Pembroke Dock:  The Ancient Order of Foresters once held court at the Royal William Inn now known as the White Hart in Pembroke Street  Porthgain:  Street with Tramway running in front  Porthgain:  1905 Village and Brickworks    Roch:  The Castle was the birthplace of Lucy Walters the mistress of Charles ll and mother of the Duke of Monmouth.  Rosebush:  In the 1870's 26 quarrymen's cottages were built at a rent of #2 p.a.  Saundersfoot:  Once a coal exporting port, the glorious beaches and town are now enjoyed by tourists  Solva Harbour:  Seeped with seafaring tales and the base for the assembly of the first Smalls lighthouse  Solva:  A small village divided into upper and lower  St Davids: The Bell Tower was detached from the Cathedral in a position that was thought easier to be heard by the faithful  St Davids: Bishops Palace. One of the wealthiest landowners in the Middle Ages were the Bishops of St Davids  St Davids: The Cathedral is built on the site where St David founded a monasterySt Davids: View from Rhosson  St Davids: The Pebbles is the street which runs from the Cross Square to the Tower Gate  St Davids: West end early 1900s  Tenby Harbour:  Once the principal Herring port in South Wales, also known for its Oysters  Tenby, High Street:  1784 it was observed by the Mayor that large numbers of pigs were suffered about the streets  Tenby Pier:  1897 Royal Victoria Pier and landing stage opened  Tenby: St Marys Church  Milford:  Industries over the centuries have included a Naval port and the sperm oil industry run by Quaker Whalers from Nantucket      

   

Online Images.

Census images may be accessed online if there is a button available at the bottom of the "Family View" screen.

The online images are compressed for reasons of storage space and download time. The samples below are typical.

A minimum of processing has been applied in order to avoid any burn out of detail. By saving the image and using your own photo enhancement you can obtain a result that best suits your particular eyesight, display and printer.

1871 census page.

1841 census page.

 

Not all of the available images are displayed on the site - please enquire for copies of census pages for any particular year or area. 

Acknowledgements:

Any Census Images are reproduced by courtesy of The National Archives, London, England. The National Archives gives no warranty as to the accuracy, completeness or fitness for the purpose of the information provided. Images may be used only for purposes of research, private study or education. Applications for any other use should be made to the TNA Image Library, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 4DU. Infringement of the above conditions may result in legal action.

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