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Centenary of Pembroke Dock: full report of Wednesday's ... luncheon, sports and
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Edwards, Sybil. The story of Milford
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Hennessey, Frank; Harthill, Harry. Transcript of Mr Harthill's reminiscences,
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Extracts from Albion Square School log book.
Hogg, John ; Hogg, Carol; Mayors of
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Howell, Glyn. In father's footsteps. Pembrokeshire Life Mar 2003. ["Mr Glyn
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Hughes, B.H.J. Jottings on the history of Pennar ____ 25 p.: pamph.
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Phillips, Lawrence. "The invincible ironclad": centenary of HMS
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September 1960, 9.
Phillips, Lawrence. The Day they capsized the Royal Yacht: new evidence on the
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Phillips, Lawrence. The Dockyard Dreadnought
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