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Pembrokeshire 1891 census

Cenquest http://www.cenquest.co.uk/
A new site (Dec 2004) established with support from Pembrokeshire County Council  - offers free searches of census indexes for Pembrokeshire
Search Results = Civil parishes/ Forenames/ Surname/ Sex/ Age/ Place of Birth.
The initial offering is the Pem 1891 census, with 1871 to follow next.
The data has been checked by Welsh speakers with the objectives of clarifying  dubious entries and locating obscure places.
Viewing of a full transcription is on a Pay per View basis

 
1881 British Census--Wales and Monmouth region on CD , produced by the LDS

Please only submit your query to one of the volunteers designated for that day of the week.

Where known, please advise age/birth parish/likely parish of residence and if possible at least two people's details for accurate matching.

Sunday Dai Bevan
Monday Lynda Millward
Tuesday Tricia Heseltine
Wednesday Peter Niblett
Thursday Pat Powell
Friday Kevin Edwards
Saturday Roy Pugh

PS. As from October 2002 the LDS has included the 1881 British census (excluding Scotland) on its Family Search site, free searches

See 1881 census place name index for details of 1881 census Registration District overlaps and a census district index.

 
*This source material was published by the Dyfed Family History Society

For a list of what each Enumeration District contains see Not everyone knows this.

 
*Pembrokeshire census series for 1841. Indexes contain the Parish, Last name, First name, Age, Occupation, Born in county, Folio and Page number. Based on  Enumeration Districts.
Narberth Ray Morris or Pat Powell
Fishguard Pat Powell   or Gerry Lewis
Haverfordwest Gerry Lewis or Pat Powell
Pembroke Pat Powell
St David's Pat Powell or Gerry Lewis
Milford Rosemary May or Pat Powell
Newport Gerry Lewis or Pat Powell
 
*Pembrokeshire census series  for 1851. Indexes contain surnames/given names/age/parish & county of birth/folio & page numbers.
Fishguard District Gerry Lewis
Narberth District Ray Morris or Kevin Edwards   
Steynton District David Webb  
Pembroke District Kevin Edwards
Haverfordwest District Gerry Lewis
St David's District Gerry Lewis
Newport District Gerry Lewis
Cenarth District
 [only the Pem part]
Gerry Lewis
 
1891 census covering north west Pembrokeshire.

This is a full transcription but please note that ONLY the parishes shown below are included in this private database.

Ambleston, Boulston, Brawdy, Burton, Camrose, Castlebythe, Dale , Fishguard, Freystrop, Granston,  Haroldston St Issels, Haroldston West, Hasguard, Haverfordwest -( Haverfordwest St Thomas/Hamlet of St Thomas/Furzey Park & Portfield/Haverfordwest St Mary/Haverfordwest St Martin/Hamlet of St Martin/Prendergast within Haverfordwest Town), - Hayscastle, Henry's Moat, Herbrandston , Hubberston, Jordanston, Lambston, Letterston, Little Newcastle, Llandeloy, Llanfair-nant-y-gof, Llangwm, Llanhowell, Llanllawer, Llanreithan, Llanrhian (includes village of Trevine), Llanstinan, Llanwnda (includes village of Goodwick), Llanychaer, Manorowen, Marloes , Mathry, Nolton, Pontfaen, Prendergast (North), Puncheston, Robeston West, Roch, Rosemarket, Rudbaxton, St Brides, St David's, St Dogwells, St Edrins, St Elvis, St Ishmaels,St Lawrence, St Nicholas, Spittal, Steynton ( includes most of the borough of Milford), Talbenny,Treffgarne, Walwyn's Castle, Wiston, Uzmaston, Walton East, Walton West, Whitchurch (includes village of Solva).

Latest additions(3/2004)
Llanstadwell plus a large swathe of east Pembrokeshire:
Coedcanlas; Martletwy; Slebech; Minwear; Llawhaden; Newton North; Mounton; Robeston Wathen; Narberth North; Narberth South; Crinow; Llandewi Velfrey; Lampeter Velfrey
plus Castelldwyran in Carmarthenshire (part of the bit that's almost surrounded by Pembrokeshire)

Now contains about 43,000 entries (3/2004).

Gerry Lewis

Begelly, East Williamston, Jeffreston, Loveston, Reynolton, St Issells, Ships at Saundersfoot 1861 census RG9/4151 - PRO original. Unindexed Ray Morris
*Haverfordwest [town] 1851 census index and transcription  Pat Powell
Narberth 1891 census . RG12/4526 district, Begelly sub-district covering Begelly, East Williamston, Loveston, Yerbeston, Reynaldston, St Issells and Jeffreston.
An index of names etc as enumerated
Ray Morris
New Moat 1861 and 1871 census Unindexed Sue Martin
*Pembroke Dock [St Mary's] 1851   HO107/2476  census index and transcription Tracey Morris

Pat Powell

Ray Morris

Reynoldston, St Issells, Yerbeston, Ships at Saundersfoot, 1871 census RG10/5511- PRO original. Unindexed Ray Morris
St Issells 1851 census HO107/1448 .  An index of names etc as enumerated Ray Morris
St Issells  1841 census  HO107/1448 .  An index of names etc as enumerated. Ray Morris
St Issells 1891 census RG12/4526 . An index of names etc as enumerated Ray Morris
Cardiganshire/Pembrokeshire/Carmarthenshire persons on the 1861 and 1871 Census Returns for Penarth, Cogan, Leckwith, Llandough and Lavernock in the county of Glamorgan. All  relevant names extracted Lynn John

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Please contact Dai Bevan  if you are willing to add your name to this list.

*This source material was published by the Dyfed Family History Society,  its web-site has full details of membership and other research services / publications available for purchase.

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