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Llawhaden Castle - 5km NW of Narberth, 16km E of Haverfordwest in Pembrokeshire, Southwest Wales (visited Aug 2012)

Llawhaden Castle - NW of Narberth, E of Haverfordwest in Pembrokeshire, Southwest Wales (visited Aug

The ruins of Haverfordwest Castle - Wales. Built by Gilbert de Clare in 1120. (my 23rd, 24th, 26th & 27th GGF) Later important additions by legendary knight William Marshall. (my 23rd, 24th (x5), 25th, & 26th GGF) and Queen Eleanor of Castile, Queen Consort of England. (my 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd & 24th GGM.) With all these connections I would think this castle s/b mine by now. LOL...

The ruins of Haverfordwest Castle - Wales. Built by Gilbert de Clare in Later important additions by legendary knight William Marshall. (Both were my 20 something GGFs.) and Queen Eleanor of Castile, Queen Consort of England.

Llawhaden Castle. 22 miles/36 mins east inland

A fortified Bishops Palace rather than a castle, but impressively located on high ground overlooking The Vale of the Eastern Cleddau.

Narberth Castle, Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK

Narberth Castle is a ruined Norman fortress in the town of Narberth, West Wales.

The Tudor Merchant's House, Tenby, Pembrokeshire, #Wales. It fascinates me more than I could tell to think that this house witnessed so many Tudors period events, events I will only know about from books I read. How lucky this house is and if only it could speak...

The Tudor Merchant's House, Tenby, Pembrokeshire, It fascinates me more than I could tell to think that this house witnessed so many Tudors period events, events I will only know about from books I read. How lucky this house is and if only it coul

Pembroke Castle, Southwest Wales. Built In 1093.

PembrokeCastle in southwest Wales is a Norman stronghold dating to the time of William the Conqueror, however most of the present castle dates from the centur

Carew Castle. 3m E of Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, South Wales, is described by many as the "most handsome in all South Wales," and is also the site of the ancient Carew Cross.  The 11th century cross is inlaid with fine Celtic knot-work and interlaced ribbon pattern.

E of Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, south Wales, is described by many as the "most handsome in all South Wales," and is also the site of the ancient Carew Cross. The century cross is inlaid with fine Celtic knot-work and interlaced ribbon pattern.

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