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Looking back at Pembrokeshire of yesteryear

US author seeks the Thomases!

US author seeks the Thomases!

Picton's birthplace in Hill Street. PICTURE: Mark Muller (28861373)

Muller's Corner: 'The Tyrant of Trinidad'

The medal, owned by Alan Morgan, reads: ‘The great steam ship Lusitania sunk by a German submarine 5 May.’ (27851982)

Muller's Corner: Remembering the Lusitania

John Henry Gambold (27050689)

Muller's Corner: Gallipoli remembered

Sid and his son-in-law (Peter Smith) on their way to Norway, 50 years after the events. PIC: S (25810637)

Muller's Corner: Final chapters of local soldier's incredible wartime diary

Sid Thomas (Private 3963859 - Sherwood Foresters).

Muller's Corner: Second peek at soldier's war diary

Sid Thomas (Private 3963859 - Sherwood Foresters) (24489786)

MULLER'S CORNER: Diaries tell local soldier's remarkable story

Suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst in a Polling Booth circa 1910.  She was one of the leaders of the movement to secure votes for women. (22899225)

Use your vote: the Suffragette movement in Pembrokeshire remembered

Pyx Parade, which borders a former 'plague house' was used in the 2014 Ghost Walks tour. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (21793418)

Muller's Corner: Story of town's Easter parade

An additional plaque that has been placed next to the War Memorial outside County Hall, Haverfordwest.

Muller's Corner: County links with Africa

A 19th century painting of Haverfordwest VC School. Courtesy of Mrs M Thomas, former head teacher. (13785032)

MULLER'S CORNER: An educational tale of religious rivalry

Haverfordwest Priory (12261530)

Muller's Corner: Remember, remember Pembrokeshire's link to Guy Fawkes

Left: Tombstone of George Essex Evans in Toowoomba, Australia. Right: Vince and Dr Heather Little have been researching the origins of George Essex Evans in Haverfordwest. (11693808)

Muller's Corner: Part two of poet's tale

PORTRAIT OF THE POET AS A YOUNG MAN: George Essex Evans in his youth. PICTURE: Brisbane University.


Muller's Corner: Journey to Australia (and back again)

WAR WORDS: How Pembrokeshire found out the world was at war.

MULLER'S CORNER: County on standby as war is declared

From the Western Telegraph files: August 1954

REMEMBERING THE FALLEN: The team behind the WWI exhibition at Fishguard Town Hall.
PICTURE: Western Telegraph (9135586)

FIRST WORLD WAR: Exhibition sheds light on local wartime stories

PROUD OF THE PUPILS: Teacher Claire Sommerville and Councillor Simon Hancock are pictured with some of the War memorabilia featured in the pupils' display. PICTURE: Western Telegraph. (5939395)

Great project on the Great War.

Double tragedy: The Salmon brothers died in the Somme a day apart. (9350111)

FIRST WORLD WAR: The poignant story of two Narberth brothers, David and Evan Salmon, who died in the Somme on consecutive days is to feature in a dramatic portrayal as part of the town’s museum’s commemoration of the First World War.

'A FASCINATING SOCIAL PHENOMENON': Witchcraft accusations tell us a lot about the role of women in society, male attitudes and forms of control, relationships within communities and how local conflicts were resolved. (9269069)

Witchcraft in Pembrokeshire

The memorial at St Paul's. PICTURE: Courtesy of St Paul's Cathedral.

Muller's Corner: General Sir Thomas Picton

MULLER'S CORNER: The plaque showing the gift of the property which became the Liberal Chambers in St Mary's Street, Haverfordwest. PICTURE: Courtesy of Joe and Frances Masters.

MULLER'S CORNER: Looking back at Haverfordwest's Liberal Chambers

TAKING ON WATER AT GLOGUE: Ronnie is pictured in his overalls on one of the engines he worked on. PICTURE: Howells Family

A working life on the railways

WRECK: The Tudor house before it was demolished.
PICTURE: The late Joe Masters, courtesy of Frances Masters. (5935424)

Muller's Corner: History of a Tudor house

TRAGEDY AND PUNISHMENT: The murder of 23-year-old William Davies, of Boulston, followed an argument at the ale house at Deep Lake Farm, pictured. The ‘ale house’ was in the white outbuilding. Picture: Courtesy of Mr and Mrs Morgan. (5550558)

LOCAL HISTORY: Last man hanged in Haverfordwest

OLDEST CAR: Tom, Mike and Alex Richards with the family's 1913 Morris Oxford bullnose - complete with original paintwork (barring one wing) and hood.All the family brought cars to Pembrokeshire Vintage Car Club's 50th anniversary get together.

Golden vintage for car club

RACONTEUR: The late Bill Jenkins.

Muller's Corner: The legend that was Bill Jenkins

EERY: Monument to the Howard family

Muller's Corner: Rudbaxton Church

Pembrokeshire-born artist Gwen John who died  in September 1939, aged 63. (3772006)

TV history show finds artist's final resting place

Do you recognise these rugby legends?

Do you recognise these rugby legends?

X MARKS THE SPOT: The death warrant showing Goffe's signature. (3610273)

Macabre link for county town


WAVE GOODBYE: Amroth was hit by fierce waves in 1931.

LETTERS FROM LONDON: This part, showing the address, is even more important because it shows a post mark. (3169794)

Muller's Corner: Letter fromLondon

PIECE OF HISTORY: Pembroke Castle photographed in 1938. (2880147)

Norman link explored in last lecture of 2013

Museum goes from 'strength to strength'

German Prisoners of War in Pembrokeshire

NO ENTRY: The historic church is now closed to the public.
PICTURE: Western Telegraph. (1705186)

Haverfordwest's invasion of the body-snatchers

NOSTALGIA: Dyfed History Society talk - Inside Welsh Homes, by Rachael Barnwell. à 	¢ÂÂIsaac Haley lived at Glan-brà 	¢n in Carmarthenshire around 1900, and like many other wealthy home owners at that time he

From Iron Age to the kitchen sink - take a peek inside Welsh houses

MESSAGE FROM BEYOND THE GRAVE: The grave of Lt Walker. (1204401)

MULLER'S CORNER: Cloak and dagger tale lives on

BEFORE THE WAR: Penally village, with its station in the foreground, is a picture-postcard view in 1913.Penally History Group exhibition (1133941)

Life before the First World War

REACHING NEW HEIGHTS: The James brothers with their plane. (1132718)

100 years on, brothers' impact is plane to see

BIG NEWS: Mrs Dorothy Davies still has a copy of the West Wales Guardian from September 1940. (1010470)

Doll saved little girl's life from bomb debris

Plaque will remember Welsh poet at his home

St Martin's House, City Road, childhood home of British hero Captain Francis Cromie. Mark Muller Nostalgia page week 33 (809255)

MULLER'S CORNER: Submariner hero of First World War remembered

HANDING OVER THE BATON: Mike Davies at Pembroke Castle with Cllr Jacob Williams (767861)

TWENTY-FIVE years since birth of the Pembrokeshire Flag

Was this stone turret a beacon for passing ships or something else?

Help needed to identify stone turret near Llanstadwell

MULLER'S CORNER: The history of Haverfordwest leper hospital

Novel brings 1950s austerity to life

MULLER'S CORNER: Age concern? Not likely.

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