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(*) = general histories of Pembroke Dock.

An act for authorising the Commissioners of His Majesty's Navy to establish a Market at the town of Pembroke Dock ... and to make regulations for paving, lighting ... of the said town. London: Eyre & Strahan, 1818. 4 p., pp. 3381-3384 [59' Georgii III cap. cxxv].

Adams, Sam. Roland Mathias. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1995. 120 p.: pbk [Incl. account of Roland Mathias's time as headmaster of Pembroke Dock Grammar School and his life in the town, 1948-1958].


Archer, Michael Scott. The Welsh post town  before 1840. London; Chichester: Phillimore, 1970. 138 p.

Armstrong, John. Staff Commander George Williams RN KLH: the illustrated story of a citizen of Pembroke Dock. c400 p.: ill.: folder in Pembroke Dock library. [Incl. biographies of other members of Williams & Grieve families].

Armstrong, John. Tregenna of Tregenna's Hill: Richard Tregenna (1792-1863), Cornish Shipwright and one of the founding fathers of Pembroke Dock. Typescript.

Armstrong, John. Street name ... Tregenna the entrepreneur. Western Telegraph 14 Dec 1988. Then & now no. 425. [Richard Tregenna, Wesleyan Methodist, Temperance pioneer and building contractor, and his family].

Army laid the foundation for battle of the courts. Western Telegraph 22 Apr 1982. Then & now 146 [Tennis. ].


Arter, John. A boyhood in the Blitz. Pembrokeshire Life Jul 2002, 4-7. [Reminiscences of WW2 schooldays & air raids].


Ashworth, Norman, Air Commodore RAAF. The Anzac squadron: a history of No. 461 Squadron Royal Australian Air Force, 1942-1945. Carlisle, Australia: Hesperian Press, 1994. ix, 275 p.: ill.: pbk. [The squadron's operations from, and life in, Pembroke Dock].

Barton, J.L.; Lomax, A.J. 228 Squadron war diary: September 1939 - May 1945. London: Williams, Lea & Co., 1945. 666 p.: ill. [RAF Pembroke Dock was the squadron's base for a substantial part of World War II].

Blazers of glory: fifty years of the Pembroke & District Male Voice Choir. Pembrokeshire Life Oct 2002, 6-8.


Bowyer, Chaz. Sunderland at war. London: Ian Allen, 1976. 160 p.: ill. [Background & Pembroke Dock material].

Bradicich, Robert. My memories of World War II.
http://www.mypcpro.com/ww2/BradicichWW2Memoirs.htm . [Mr Bradicich served with the 28th Infantry Division, 110th Regiment of the United States Army. His memoirs include reminiscences of Pembroke Dock, and an account of his unit's part in the Liberation of Europe].


Briggs, Asa. The age of improvement 1783-1867. London: Longmans, 1959 & later editions. [Historical background].

Brinkley, Richard. Religion. Pembrokeshire county history volume iv: early modern Pembrokeshire, ed. David W. Howell, pp. 369-388.

(*) CADW. Pembroke Dock: ... buildings of special architectural or historic interest.  CADW, 1994. 68, 7, 7 p.

Carr Loughton, L.G. Sir Edward James Reed. In Dictionary of National Biography 2nd supplement vol. 3. London: Smith, Elder, 1901, pp 171-3.

Carradice, Phil; Humphreys, Raymond. Buzzwords. Pembrokeshire Life Sep 2003, 30-31. [Interview with the author incl. reminiscences of Pembroke Grammar School].

(*) Carradice, Phil. The book of Pembroke Dock: the story of a town created to build ships. Buckingham: Barracuda, 1991. 124 p.: ill.

Carradice, Phil. The flying boats of Pembroke Dock. Picture postcard monthly Sep 2002 (no. 281) 16-17. [Reproduces cards of aircraft, Dockyard & early floating dock].


Carradice, Phil. Tales of old PD: a fictionalised history of Pembroke Dock. Pembroke Dock Town Council, 1990. 24 p.: pamph.

(*) Carradice, Phil. Pembroke Dock in old postcards. Zaltbommel: European Library, 1987. 76 p.: ill.

(*) Carradice, Phil. Pembroke Dock in old postcards volume 2. Zaltbommel: European Library, 1992. 76 p.: ill.
90 288 54991.    

Carradice, Phil. Wales at war. Llandysul: Gomer, 2003. 152 p.: ill.: pbk. Incl. The firemen ... at Pembroke Dock oil tanks, pp. 48-60 [reminiscences of Mr John Walsh, Mr Herbert "Buzzer" Reynolds, Mr Ted Owens & Mr Wyndham Scourfield].


Centenary of Pembroke Dock: full report of Wednesday's ... luncheon, sports and pageant - Historical sketch of the town and Dockyard. Pembroke County Guardian 17 Jul 1914.

Chandler, Mike. The day the Wild west came to town. Pembrokeshire Life May 2003, 4-5. [Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show visits Pembroke Dock, 1904].

Clements, W.H. Towers of strength: Martello towers worldwide. _____

Cripps, Brian. Pembroke & Pembroke Dock: postcards of yesteryear. Llandysul: Gomer, 1996. 116 p.: ill.
1 85902 352 5.


Cuttings, PCL: Pembrokeshire County Libraries (local history collection)
              PDL: Pembroke Dock Library
              PDM: Pembroke Dock Museum archive
              Pem RO: Pembrokeshire Record Office


Cymdeithas Hanes Teuluoedd; Dyfed Family History Society. 1851 census, towns of Dyfed: index to volume III: Pembroke Dock and Pembroke (part): folio nos. 332-573. Cymdeithas Hanes Teuluoedd, 1988.

Daunton, Martin (ed.) The Cambridge urban history of Britain vol. III, 1840-1950. Cambridge University Press, 2000. xxvi, 944 p.: ill. Incl.: Stephen A. Royle, The development of small towns ... - John Davis, Central government and the towns - Barry M. Doyle, The changing functions of urban government - R.J. Morris, Structure, culture and society in British towns - Robert Millward, The political economy of urban utilities - Margaret Dupree, The provision of social services. [Historical background].

Davies, Desmond M. The end of the line: a history of Neyland. Haverfordwest: Pembrokeshire County Council Cultural Services, 1997. 171 p.: ill.

Davies, Graham John. The Pembroke and Tenby Railway, 1999. http://members.lycos.co.uk/Graham_Davies/Railways/PandTR.html . [Details on opening and development, and reminiscences of steam trains].

Dawes, Marjorie. DAMGASCO: the verses and adventures of T.R. Dawes. London: Marjorie Dawes, 1948. 27 p.: ill.: pamph. [DAMGASCO - from the initials of his favourite poets - was the name of Mr Dawes' house].

Day, Ann. "Driven from home": the closure of Pembroke Dockyard and the impact on its community. Llafur 7, no. 1

Delve, Ken. Short Sunderland. Ramsbury: Crowood, 2000. 176 p.: ill. (Crowood aviation series). ISBN 1 86126 3554.

Dickman, George Stokes. Shipbuilding in Milford Haven. c146 p.: ill. [Manuscript thesis in Pembrokeshire County Libraries].

Dictionary of national biography second supplement, vol 3. London: Smith & Elder, 1901. Incl. biography of Sir Edward Reed, pp. 171-173.   

 

Douglas, Sandra (ed.) Poster poems: a collection of poems by Pembrokeshire's adults and children in support of Pater Arts. Pembroke Dock: Pater Arts, 2004. viii, 156 p.: ill.: pbk. Incl. poems by Phil Carradice, David Ll. Jones, Molly Price & children of local schools. ISBN 095 470 925. - "Pater Arts is dedicated to the establishment of a centre for the arts, based in Pembroke Dock".

 

Edwards, Sybil. The story of Milford Haven waterway: the good times & the bad times. Little Logaston: Logaston Press, 2001. x, 198 p.: ill.: pbk.

Evans, Eifion. A Presbyterian album: South Pembrokeshire Presbyterian churches 1913-1999. South Pembrokeshire Presbytery, 2000. 212 p.: ill.: pbk. Incl. St. Andrew's, pp. 159-165 - St. Peter's, Llanreath, pp. 126-129. [Continues account of Evans & Symond, 1913. Incl. details of Mrs R.M. Silcox's manuscript history].


Evans, John. A disaster forgotten. [Draft newspaper article, 1997, on 1942 mine disaster at Defensible Barracks].

Evans, John. Flying boat haven. Pembroke Dock: Paterchurch, 1985. 35 p.: ill.: pamph.

Evans, John. Glorious years of "PD" and the flying-boats. Western Telegraph 13 June 1990, 23. [Brief article, with selection of photographs].

Evans, John. Glorious years of the flying-boats. In P.D. days: a short history of Pembroke Dock in words and pictures. Theme week Committee, 1987. 70 p.: ill.: pamph. pp. 48-70. [History of RAF Pembroke Dock as recounted in the local press, with photographs].

Evans, John. Local victim of a Royal tragedy. Pembrokeshire Life ____ 12-13. [Flight sergeant Charles Norman Lewis, his part in the film Coastal Command, and his death in the crash of Sunderland LS798].

Evans, John. Pembroke Dock: reflections. Pembroke Dock: Paterchurch, 2001. 84 p.: ill.: pbk.

Evans, John. The Sunderland: flying boat queen, volume 1. Pembroke Dock: Paterchurch, 1987. 55 p.: ill.: pamph.

Evans, John. The Sunderland: flying boat queen, volume 2. Pembroke Dock: Paterchurch, 1993. 70 p.: ill.: pamph.

 

Evans, John. The Sunderland: flying boat queen, volume III. Pembroke Dock: Paterchurch, 2004. 75 p.: ill.: pamph. 

Evans, John. Through Pembrokeshire skies: the story of flying in the county. Pembrokeshire Life Jan 1998, 9-11, Feb 4-5, Mar 10-11, Apr 10-11, Jun 6-7 (RAF Pembroke Dock), Jul 6-7, Aug 6-7 (RAF Pembroke Dock), Sep 6-7 (Dutch squadrons), Oct- Nov 6-7 (Czech airmen at Angle).


Evans, William, MA; Symond, Oscar S., BA. The history of South Pembrokeshire Calvinistic Methodist churches. Wrexham: Hughes, 1913. xvi,116 p.: ill.

(*) Findlay, James Anderson. A handbook of Pembroke Dock ... Haverfordwest, W.E. Jones, 1875. 38 p.

Garlick, Raymond (ed.) Dock Leaves. Milford: Edwards, 1949-50; Tenby: Walters, 1950-51; Pembroke Dock: Dock Leaves Press, 1951-57. [A magazine on literature and the arts, continued as The Anglo-Welsh Review / ed. Roland Mathias].

GENUKI. Contents switch for the County of Pembrokeshire. http://www.genuki.org.uk./big/wal/PEM/PEMswitch.html . Research & information sources.

Gibbs, John: Unpublished research by Mr John Gibbs.

Gough, Terry. British Railways past and present: no. 38, West Wales. Kettering: Past & Present, 2002. 128 p.: ill.: pbk. 01536 330 588. Incl. 8 photographs of Pembroke Dock station & locomotive depot, pp. 40-43.

Guard, John, Cdr. History of Pembroke Dockyard. 2000.
http://www.gwpda.org/naval/pembroke.htm

Gwynne, Fanny Price. Sketches of Tenby and its neighbourhood: an historical and descriptive guide to all the the chief places of interest in the vicinity. Tenby: Mason, 1852. 187 p.

Haven days of Brunel's 'Leviathan'. Western Telegraph 14 Feb 1980, 26 [Print of Front street gun tower, hard & market traders. Then & now 55].

Harries, Phillip. A Pembrokeshire pioneer. Pembroke: Phillip Harries, [2003]. 189 p.: ill. [Ring bound thesis on Mr Harries's father Alderman Edgar Harries JP of Pembroke Dock, a tireless worker in the early Pembrokeshire Labour Party].

Hendrie, Andrew. Short Sunderland in World War II. Shrewsbury: Airlife, 1994. 185 p.: ill. [Background & Pembroke Dock material].

Hennessey, Frank; Harthill, Harry. Transcript of Mr Harthill's reminiscences, from broadcast on Play it again Frank 2 Apr 2001.

Hill, T.H. The churches and chapels of Pembroke Dock: a preliminary essay. Typescript, 10 p.

(*) Hogg, John. Lost Pembroke Dock and other items. 1 CD. "for Microsoft word 97". Contents: Lost Pembroke Dock a-f, g-l, m-r, s-w. - J.A. Findlay, A handbook to Pembroke Dock - Edith Dew, Royal reminiscences - Register of electors 1939 - Silas T. Phillips, The parish of Pembroke Dock: a retrospect 1898 - Pembroke Dock pubs 1830-1926 (compiled from trade directories) - H.H.R. Reynolds, Some old inns and reminiscences of Pembroke Dock 1939 - Extracts from Albion Square School log book. 
 

Hogg, John ; Hogg, Carol; Mayors of Pembroke 1381-2002. 2002. 41 p.


Howell, David W., Professor. Leisure and recreation. Pembrokeshire county history volume iv: early modern Pembrokeshire, ed. David W. Howell, pp. 419-457.

Howell, Glyn. In father's footsteps. Pembrokeshire Life Mar 2003, 8-11. [Family history research, incl. material on town in Dockyard times, pictures of Royal Yachts & reproductions from "Gazette" almanac of 1880].


Howell, Glyn.  A marked man. Pembrokeshire Life Sep 2003, 23. [Socialist beliefs and distribution of Socialist leaflets "were frowned upon by officialdom at Pembroke Dockyard" around 1919].


Howell, Glyn. In father's footsteps. Pembrokeshire Life Mar 2003. ["Mr Glyn Howells has uncovered a number of fascinating items relating to the history of Pembroke Dock"].

Howell, Glyn. [Letter, with picture of Pembroke Dock Choral Society c. 1915, in costume for The pirates of Penzance]. Pembrokeshire Life Jan 2003, 11.

Hughes, B.H.J. Jottings on the history of Pennar ____ 25 p.: pamph.

Hughes, B.H.J. Baptisms at St. Patrick's Church, Pennar ... 1835 - 1934. Pembroke Dock: Pennar Publications.
9 p.

Ireland, Walter. They were the sure shield. Western Telegraph 22 Apr 1982, 17 - 24 - 29 Apr, 22-23. [Battle of Jutland, incl. Pembroke Dock ships & sailors].

James, David. Dockyard dodges. Pembrokeshire Life Oct 2003, 12-13. [The battle of wits between Dockyard policemen & workers].


James, David. Pembroke Dock's other dockyard. Pembrokeshire Life Jan 2004, 28-30. [Jacob's Pill & the Hi-Yei].

Jeffreys-Jones, T.I. Acts of Parliament concerning Wales 1714-1901. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1959. xiii, 343 p. (Board of Celtic Studies, University of Wales History & Law Series, xvii).

Johnson, Keith. Boom of the noonday gun: echoes of an imperial past. Pembrokeshire Life Aug-Sep 1999, 28-9. [Defensible Barracks & signal gun].

Johnson, Keith. Ferry boat ahoy ! Pembrokeshire Life Feb-Mar 1999, 6-7.

Johnson, Keith. Historic inns of Pembrokeshire: Dockyard town's friendly rivals. Pembrokeshire Life Feb 2003, 24-25. [Clarence & Victoria inns].

Johnson, Keith. The pubs of Pembroke, Pembroke Dock, Tenby & South Pembrokeshire. Little Logaston: Logaston Press, 2003. 248 p.: ill.: pbk. 

Johnson, Keith. Shrove Tuesday football. Pembrokeshire Life Feb-Mar 2001, 9-11. [Street football in Pembrokeshire].

Johnson, Keith. Thomas Idris the ginger beer man. Pembrokeshire Life Mar 1998, 12-13. [Thomas Williams, born 1842, founder of Idris soft drinks empire, educated at the National School, Pembroke Dock].
 
Johnson, Keith. Two funerals and a wedding: memories of a submarine disaster. Pembrokeshire Life Sep 1998 , 20-21. [E5 submarine disaster & aftermath in Pembroke Dock, 191__].


Johnson, Keith. The work of Sam Allen, photographer of Pembroke Dock. Pembrokeshire Life Aug-Sep 2000, 6-7.

Jones, ??? [Jones family album]. Incl. photographs of Victorian citizens of Pembroke dock, by Webb, Allen & other photographers, from the Roger Vaughan picture library. http://www.users.waitrose.com/~victorian/jones/album2.htm .

 

Jones, Anthony. Welsh chapels. Stroud: National Museums and Galleries of Wales & Alan Sutton , 1996. xiv, 146 p.: ill.: pbk.

Jones, Francis, Major; Charles-Jones, Caroline (ed). The Francis Jones historic Pembrokeshire homes and their families, extended edition. Newport: Brawdy Books, 2001. xxxiv, 398 p.: ill.


Jones, David Llewelyn. My town: a lucky star. Pembrokeshire Life Sep 1998, 14-15. [Brief history].


Jones, Gareth Elwyn. Education 1815-1974. Pembrokeshire county history volume iv: early modern Pembrokeshire, ed. David W. Howell, pp. 389-417.

Jones, Ieuan Gwynedd; Williams, David. The religious census of 1851: a calendar of returns relating to Wales: volume 1, South Wales. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1976. xxxv, 698 p. (Board of Celtic Studies history and law series no. 30).


Jones, Keri. FIne figure of a lady graces her home port after two centuries. Western Mail 2 Apr 2004, 11. [Figurehead of HMS Hamadryad, new exhibit in Pembroke Dock Museum,  with the ship's history.]

Jones, Nora (compiled by). The parish church of St. John the Evangelist: a brief history. [1985 ?]. 7 p.: pamph.

 

Joyce, John. The RAF Pembroke Dock homepage. .http://rafmarinecraft.bravehost.com/index.html  Incl. RAF marine craft homepage, 1109 MCU, service pals, and "memories" and "roll call". Mr Joyce was stationed in PD from 1955. This site features his recollections of life in the RAF station and town.

Lewis, Roy. The towns of Pembrokeshire 1815-1974. Pembrokeshire county history volume iv: early modern Pembrokeshire, ed. David W. Howell, pp. 39-76.

Lewis, Samuel. A topographical dictionary of Wales. London, 1834. 2v.


Lake, Jon. Sunderland squadrons of World War II. Oxford: Osprey, 2000. 112 p.: ill.: pbk. (Osprey combat aircraft; 19). ISBN 1 84176 0242.

Lewis, Samuel. A topographical dictionary of Wales. London: Lewis, 1834. 2v.


Lloyd, Thomas; Orbach, Julian; Scourfield, Robert. Pembrokeshire: the buildings of Wales. New Haven & London: Yale U.P., 2004. 549 p.: ill. (Pevsner Architectural Guides). - ISBN 0-300-10178-3. Incl. Pembroke Dock, 340-351, with plans of Dockyard & details on: town's history - churches - chapels - Dockyard, naval & military buildings.


Loyal Welsh Lodge no. 378, in the province of South Wales, Pembroke Dock. http://www.swwd.org/Loyalwelsh/lwfirst150.htm [History of Freemasons in the town].

Macdermot. E.T.; Clinker, C.R. (rev). History of the Great Western Railway volume 3 1863-1921. London: Ian Allen, 1989. v, 362 p.; ill.

Manger surgery. Pembrokeshire Life Dec 2003, 16-17. [Plaster Christmas figures, restored by George & Jean Lewis, exhibited in Pembroke Ferry Methodist Chapel].

Marsden, W.E. An Anglo Welsh teaching dynasty: the Adams family from the 1840s to the 1930s. London: Woburn Press, 1997. xiv, 279 p.: ill. [Incl. account of John Adams at Pembroke Dock's British School, pp. 15-25].

(*) Mason, George. Pembroke Dock, Royal Dockyard and neighbourhood: historical sketch and general information for residents and tourists. Pembroke Dock: Dobson, 1905. 244 p., pamphs. - Pembroke Dock Library holds index, by John Armstrong.


Mathias, Roland. In a co-educational grammar school in Wales. In The School as Christian community, ed. W.O. Lester Smith. London: SCM Press, 1954, pp. 47-63. [Headmaster's observations on Pembroke Grammar School] .

"Matt". Pembroke celebrities. Sunday Graphic 192_, 193_? A talented caricaturist's impressions of local personalities.

McGarvie, Michael. The Meyricks of Bush: the story of a Pembrokeshire family. Privately printed: Glastonbury, 1988. 153 p.: ill.: pbk.

McIlwraith, David. Nothing happens here. 37 p.: typescript, 1989. Dramatised history of the town. The play was performed in 1989 by pupils of Pembroke School, where David McIlwraith was Head of Engilsh.

Morgan, Kenneth O. Rebirth of a nation: Wales 1880-1980. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1982. ix, 463 p.: ill. ISBN 0-19-821760-9 [Historical background].


Morris, J.P. The Pembroke and Tenby Railway. Haverfordwest: Laidlaw & Burgess, 1976. 48 p.: ill.: pbk.

Mural, mural on the wall. Pembrokeshire Life Jan 2003, 16-19. [Murals by Mr George Lewis, incl. coloured reproduction of those in Coronation Centre, Pembroke Dock].

Naanestad, Ian. Frank Donovan [obituary]. Soccer History, Summer 2003, 47. 

[Nicholas, Billy]. Shipbuilder's autobiography: Billy Nicholas' schooldays. West Wales Guardian 17 Nov 1978, 17; 24 Nov, 6. [Mr Nichols was a shipwright].

O'Brien, Charles. A history of St Mary's Catholic Church, Pembroke Dock. West Wales Guardian, 1967. 32p.: ill.: pamph. Incl. photographs of Fr Oliver Murphy, Fr Bernard McOughlin & Fr Ivor Daniel].

 

Owen, Frank. From Frank Owen's jumble tales. Pembrokeshire Magazine 13 (June 1983), 6. [Reminiscences about Mr H.A. Jones-Lloyd, solicitor].

Owen, Henry (ed.) A calendar of the public records relating to Pembrokeshire vol. III: The Earldom of Pembroke and its members. London: Hon. Soc. Cymmrodorion, 1981. xvi, 268 p.

Page, L. Alun. The United Congregational Church, Pembroke Dock: these hundred years 1851-1951: the story of church worshipping at Meyrick Street. Pembroke Dock: West Wales Guardian, 1949. 28 p.: ill,: pamph.

 

PDMT - Pembroke Dock Museum Trust documents.

(Pembroke Dock Market regulations, 1857).

Pembrokeshire Telegraph almanac 1927. c 200p.: pbk.: ill.

The Penfro [ Magazine of Pembroke Dock County/Grammar School].

 

Personality profile: Ivor Evans. Pembrokeshire Life Aug 1991, 10-11. [Hobbs Point ferry reminiscences, illustrated].

(*) Peters, Stuart, Mrs. A history of Pembroke Dock ---- 1905. Pembroke Dock Library holds index, by John Armstrong.


Peters, Stuart, Mrs. Sidelights on many subjects in Pembroke Dock ; Sidelights on the streets of Pembroke Dock [newspaper articles, 1905].

Phillips, Lawrence. Constance of the Dockyard delighted the Naval Eye. [Article on the service career of HMS Constance launched at Pembroke Dockyard in 1846]. West Wales Guardian, 8 July 1987.


Phillips, Lawrence. The Battle of Jutland. West Wales Guardian 7 Feb 1958, 7 .


Phillips, Lawrence. The Battle of Jutland: the last broadside battle in British history. West Wales Guardian 24 June 1966, 4 - 1 July, 4 - 8 July 1966, 4. [Incl. details of
Pembroke Dock - built cruisers HMS Defence, HMS Warrior, HMS Nottingham].


Phillips, Lawrence. "The invincible ironclad": centenary of HMS Warrior 1860-1960. West Wales Guardian 23 Sep, 9 - 30 September 1960, 9.

Phillips, Lawrence. The Day they capsized the Royal Yacht: new evidence on the Dockyard's blackest record. Western Telegraph 9 February 1961, 16. [Difficulties after the launch of Victoria & Albert III].

Phillips, Lawrence. The Dockyard Dreadnought of 1875. West Wales Guardian 21 May 1976, 11. [HMS Dreadnaught developed from designs by Sir Edward Reed, was launched at Pembroke Dock].

Phillips, Lawrence. Dockyard Memorial comes home to the Navy. Western Telegraph 20 January 1983, 17. [The memorial to Edward Laws. Also Editorial 27 January 1983, 6].

Phillips, Lawrence. Edward Laws. A Principal Officer at Pembroke Dockyard. The Mariner’s Mirror. Journal of the Society for Nautical Research. Vol 75. No 2. 1989.

Phillips, Lawrence. The Famous Frigate Constance. Pembroke Dockyard in 1846. West Wales Guardian 4 June 1976, 11. [One of the largest sailing frigates ever built].

Phillips, Lawrence. The First Warship built at Pembroke Dock. West Wales Guardian 26 Sep 1958, 4. [HM frigate Ariadne].

Phillips, Lawrence. The Forgotten Dockyard: when the Hi-Yei was launched at Pennar. West Wales Guardian 16 May 1958, 7.

Phillips, Lawrence. The Garrison and the Hut Encampment. West Wales Guardian 25 July 1980.


Phillips, Lawrence. The Last Battleship . Western Telegraph 18 August 1966, 5. [HMS Warrior 1860].

Phillips, Lawrence. The loss of the training frigate  HMS Atalanta. The Mariner’s Mirror. Journal of the Society for Nautical Research. Vol 69. No 1. 1983.

Phillips, Lawrence. Master Shipwrights at Milford and Pembroke. The Mariner’s Mirror. Journal of the Society for Nautical Research. Vol 70. No 1. 1984.

Phillips, Lawrence. Maillard, Victoria Cross. West Wales Guardian 24 April 1959, 4. [Surgeon RN, of  Pembroke-built gunboat HMS Hazard, and officer with Pembroke connections]

Phillips, Lawrence. Official Titles for British Dockyards. The Mariner’s Mirror. Journal of the Society for Nautical Research. Vol 68. No 2. 1982.

Phillips, Lawrence. An old Warrior comes home to rest: Z for Zebra files in. Western Telegraph 30 March 1961, p. [Arrival of the last Short Sunderland, ML824].

Phillips, Lawrence. Pembroke Dockyard. Pembrokeshire county history volume iv: early modern Pembrokeshire, ed. David W. Howell, pp. 152-173.


Phillips, Lawrence. Pembroke Dockyard’s Famous Flagship: the launch of HMS Duke of Wellington in 1852. West Wales Guardian 2 January 1976, 6.

Phillips, Lawrence. The Bentlas Ferry Disaster of 1889. West Wales Guardian 11 June 1976, 11.

Phillips, Lawrence. Royal Dockyards and Alehouses. The Mariner’s Mirror. Journal of the Society for Nautical Research. Vol 82. No 2. 1996.

Phillips, Lawrence. Royal Marines graves at Pembroke Dock. Sheet Anchor. Journal of the Royal Marines Historical Society. Vol IX No 2 Autumn 1984.


Phillips, Lawrence. The Royal Yachts of Pembroke Dockyard. West Wales Guardian 21 Mar 1958, 4 - 28 Mar, 4.

Phillips, Lawrence. Save the Warrior … from the Conservationists [HMS Warrior 1860]. Western Mail 27 March 1976.

Phillips, Lawrence. Sir Thomas Sabine Pasley Bt RN and Pembroke Dockyard 1849-1854. Mariner's Mirror 71 (May 1985) 159-165. [Sir Thomas's experiences & impressions as Dockyard Captain Superintendent].


Phillips, Lawrence. The Sunderlands of Coastal Command. Flying Boats at War. West Wales Guardian 30 December 1966, 6, 9 - 20 January 1967, 4-5.

Phillips, Lawrence. That day of disaster on the market ferry. Western Telegraph 8 Feb 1989, 23. [Bentlas ferry disaster].


Phillips, Lawrence. Warship building by Contract in Pembrokeshire. The Mariner’s Mirror. Journal of the Society for Nautical Research. Vol 70. No 1. 1984.


Phillips, Silas T. The parish of Pembroke Dock: a retrospect 1898. Carmarthen: spurrell, 1898. 41 p. [Reproduced on Hogg, Lost PD].

Potter, Beatrix. The "Tenby letters". Tenby: Tenby Museum & Art Gallery, [2000?]. Pamph.: ill.: 4 sheets. [Impressions of visit to Tenby & area].

Powys Digital History Project. Education in Wales. http://history.powys.org.uk/history/intro/entry.html  . [History of education: background].

Rees, Janet. Life in Pembroke & Pembroke Dock during 1871. [Thesis, Trinity College, Carmarthen].

Reports of the commissioners of inquiry into the state of education in Wales... part 1: Carmarthen, Glamorgan & Pembroke. London: Clowes, 1847.

Reynolds, H.H.R. Some old Pater reminiscences. 1940. Sheets.

Reynolds, H.H.R. Some old Pembroke Dock inns. [9] p.: pamph. Monkton: Evans, 1940?

Richards, Bill. Pembrokeshire under fire: the story of the air raids of 1940-41. Haverfordwest: Hammond, 1965, 1966, 1983. 87 p.: ill.: pamph.

4th ed. Pembroke Dock: Paterchurch, 1995. 68 p.: ill. pamph.

Roberts, R.C., Rev. Baptist historical sketches in Pembrokeshire. Pembroke Dock: Dobson (Journal), 1908 . 127 p. ill. [First published in the Pembroke Dock Journal].

Rose, Jonathan. The intellectual life of the British working classes. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2001. ix, 534 p.: pbk. [Cultural & social background].

Rose, Richard. Pembroke people: feuds at the Dockyard. Pembrokeshire Life Aug-Sep 1999, 4-6.

Rose, Richard. Pembroke people. London: Otterquill, 2000. 512 p. [A remarkable work of detailed research, charting the activities of hundreds of individual citizens of Pembroke & Pembroke Dock, and the community's social structure in the first half of the nineteenth century. Incl. the Dockyard, pp. 90-190. See http://www.otterquillbooks.com/book.htm ].

 

Salmon, David. The French invasion of Pembrokeshire in 1797. West Wales Historical Records xiv (1929), 127-207.

Sanders, Bob. The Royal Dockyard at Pembroke. http://www.angelfire.com/de/BobSanders/Pdock/index.html . Reports of launchings at Pembroke Dock, 1830s-1850s, from The Times.


Scott, Vernon. The boss leads the choir for 40 years! Western Telegraph 23 Dec1992.  Then & now 571 [Pembroke & District Choral Society].

Scott, Vernon. Cafe which became a big hit ... those happy days. Western Telegraph 7, 14 Oct 1987. Then & now 371. [Monti's cafe].

Scott, Vernon. Catholic community celebrates 150th anniversary of church. Western Telegraph 28 Apr 1993.


Scott, Vernon. The Dockyard millionaire. Pembrokeshire Life Jan 1996, 4-5. [Life of George Thomas, Pembroke Dockyard apprentice who emigrated. In the USA, he became an eminent railroad engineer & naval constructor].


Scott, Vernon. Don't go out with the soldiers. Pembrokeshire Life Apr 2002, 6-7. [Reminiscences of Mrs Cissie James, incl. recollections of Soldiers returned from Crimean War & courting on Barrack Hill. Continued as "Dust up with the Llangwms" Apr 2002, 20-1].


Scott, Vernon. An experience shared 1939-1945. Pembroke Dock: Laleham Publications, 1992. vi, 298 p.: ill.

Scott, Vernon. The first vicar of Pembroke Dock. Pembrokeshire Life Jul 98, 10-11. [Dr. George Fitzroy Kelly & the foundation of St. John's Church].

Scott, Vernon. A founding father of Pembroke Dock. Pembrokeshire Life Jan 2000, 13,15. [Edward Laws, of Laws Street] .


Scott, Vernon. Gordon's farewell to the garrison town. In P.D. days: a short history of Pembroke Dock in words and pictures. Theme Week Committee, 1987. 70 p.: ill.: pamph. pp. 36-47.

Scott, Vernon. The great fire raid. Western Telegraph 6 Jun 2001, 8 - 13 Jun, 27 - 20 Jun, 14 -27 Jun, 54 - Jul 4, 31 - Jul 11, 54. [Air raids].

Scott, Vernon. Hall died in the light of a war moon. Western Telegraph 26 Feb 1992, 9 [Temperance Hall: Then & now 550].


Scott, Vernon. In harm's way: Pembrokeshire and the summer of 1940. Pembroke Dock: Patercurch, 2000. 100 p.: ill.: pbk. [Oil depot air raid & inferno].


Scott, Vernon. A hero's last resting -place. Pembrokeshire Life Mar 2003, 26-7. [Park St. cemetery and those buried there, incl. Capt. Cumby].


Scott, Vernon. Just a minute ! [weekly column in The Western Telegraph].

 

Scott, Vernon. The king of the keepers. Pembrokeshire Life Apr 2003, 16-17. [Pembroke Dock football reminiscences. Subjects incl. "the famous ... football side of the 1920s", Frank Donovan, Bob Cutting, Roley Collins & Pennar Robins].


Scott, Vernon. Miracle which brought dead chapel back to life. Western Telegraph, 1 Aug 1990, 21. [Wesley chapel's restoration: Then & now 494].

Scott, Vernon. Of parsons and pipers. Pembrokeshire Life Feb 1998, 6-7. [John Theodore Morgan, Vicar of Pembroke Dock 1946, Alderman J.R. Williams, Father Daniel, Rev. Gus Thomas and the Dagenham Girl Pipers].

Scott, Vernon. A parish priest remembered. Pembrokeshire Life Apr 1998, 5-6. [Father Maurice Newman].

Scott, Vernon. The peg-legged pedagogue. Pembrokeshire Life Nov 2002, 24-5. [Personalities & history of education in Pembroke Dock].

Scott, Vernon. Pembrokeshire soldiery. Pembrokeshire county history volume iv: early modern Pembrokeshire, ed. David W. Howell, pp. 346-355.

Scott, Vernon. Pioneer pathfinders rained fire on the dockyard town. Western Telegraph 30 Sep 1982, 23. [Summarises navigator/bomb-aimer Hilmar Schmidt's diary account of 1941 raid on Pembroke Dock, from "The first pathfinders ... of Kampfgruppe 100", by Kenneth Wakefield].

Scott, Vernon. Point of departure. Pembrokeshire Life Aug 2002, 20-21. [History of Hobbs Point].


Scott, Vernon. Proud record of the Co-op pioneers. Western Telegraph 15 May 1985, 23.  [Then & now 266].

Scott, Vernon. Queen of the Haven. Pembrokeshire Life Feb 2003, 4-5. [Launching of Cleddau Queen, last paddlewheel ferryboat built in UK, 1956].


Scott, Vernon. Quick on the draw. Pembrokeshire Life Feb 2002, 20-21. [The Gun Tavern, Queen Street].

Scott, Vernon. "Shall I on the battlefield fall with the slain ?" Pembrokeshire Life Mar 2002 14-15. [Samuel Bradfield Cozens & Crimean war broadsheet poem].

Scott, Vernon. Soldier who became a legend ... West Wales Guardian 14 Jul 1994. [Soldiers' impressions of P.D., 1930s]

Scott, Vernon. A tinker's curse. Pembrokeshire Life Jun 1997, 11. [Epidemics in 19th c. Pembroke Dock].
 
Scott, Vernon. When the poppies bloom again: Pembrokeshire and the Great war. Haverfordwest: Pembrokeshire County Council Cultural Services, 1998. 107 p.: ill.

Scott, Vernon. Whither now, Pater? Pembrokeshire Life Apr 1997, 10-11. [Tales of early townsmen, incl. John Narberth & William White.].

Seaborne, Malcolm. Schools in Wales 1500-1900: a social and architectural history. Denbigh: Gee, 1992. 273 p.: ill. [Incl. account of Pembroke Dock's British School, pp. 126-8].

Smith, Mark K. Robert Raikes and Sunday Schools. http://www.infed.org/walking/wa-raikes.htm [History of Sunday schools: background].


Smith, William, Alderman. [Handwritten autobiography].

South Pembrokeshire Players. Aladdin: pantomime for children and adults (by kind permission of officer commanding RAF) __:__, 1947.

Southall, Ivan. They shall not pass unseen. Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1956. 214 p.: ill. [Pembroke Dock was World War II's "flying boat utopia" for 461 Squadron RAAF, in which the author served].

Thomas, Llewelyn. Ferry reminiscences. West Wales Guardian 14 Mar 1975.

Thomas, Sam. [Photograph of Pembroke Dock Choral Society, winners of National Eisteddfod, Swansea, 1907]. Pembrokeshire Life Dec 2002, 11].

Thorne, Roland. Pembrokeshire and national politics 1815-1974. Pembrokeshire county history volume iv: early modern Pembrokeshire, ed. David W. Howell, pp. 227-264.

Tiffany, M.N.E. Paterchurch: a mystery solved. Journal of the Pembrokeshire Historical Society 5 (1992-3) 31-50.

Tipton, John. South Western Approaches: air operations from Pembrokeshire in the World Wars. Tenby: Tenby Museum, 1986. Tenby: Tenby Museum, 1986. 41 p.: ill.: pamph. [Incl. material on RAF Pembroke Dock].

 

Turnbull, Hugh. Christened: the ship that beat a bankruptcy. Western Telegraph 25 Jan 1979, 9. [Hancock's shipyard].

Watts: Unpublished research by Mr Ronald G. Watts.

Webb. Neil; Willatts, Robert. [Letters on steamboats visiting Tenby & area: Reproduced poster advertises 1860 ports of call, incl. Pembroke Dock]. Pembrokeshire Life Feb 2003, 8-9.


Williams, A.H. (ed.) John Wesley in Wales. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1971. xxxvii, 141 p.: ill.

Williams, David. The Rebecca Riots: a study in agrarian discontent. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1986. viii, 377 p.: pbk.: ill.

Williams, John Rees. Story of the Pembrokeshire Permanent Building Society 1857-1957 (Reprinted from the West Wales Guardian). 4 p.: pamph.

Worsley, Roger. My town: collectors' pieces. Pembrokeshire Life Sep 1998, 16-17. [Incl. material on WW2 film actor Merfyn Johns, &  Maypole Dairy tiles & mosaics].


Worsley, Roger. Penny plain, tuppence coloured. Pembrokeshire Life Jun 1997, 6-7. [Trindall & Co., Pembroke Dock photographers & postcard printers, official photographers to the Royal Navy ].

[Photograph of Llanion Lawn Tennis Club, in Edwardian times]. Pembrokeshire Life Jan 2004, 21.