Find your ancestors in Pembroke Burials

Discover your Welsh ancestor through the Pembroke burial records from 1592 to 1999. Explore over 150,000 records.

The Pembroke Burials include both an image of the original record book and a transcript of each item. Throughout the years the amount of information recorded changed; therefore, the details in each transcript differs. Transcripts can include some of the following information:

  • Name
  • Year
  • Age
  • Mother and Father’s Names
  • Husband’s Name
  • Year of Birth
  • Parish
  • Place
  • Date of Death
  • Date of Burial
  • Page

Images can give you more detail than what is available in the transcript. The older records can be difficult to read due to the age of the records. Images can give you some additional information such as:

  • Abode (residence)
  • Whom performed the ceremony

Discover more about the Pembroke Burials

The Pembroke records span across three centuries and provide valuable information for your family’s history. Especially if your family lived in the same area for generations, you could possibly find more than one relative’s burial record. The records include the wider South Wales Pembrokeshire County. Other prominent towns in Pembrokeshire are Milford Haven, Tenby and Haverfordwest, which is the County town.