Discover your Welsh ancestor in the Pembrokeshire burial records from 1592 to 1999. Explore over 150,000 records, and learn your ancestor’s death and burial dates, age at the time of death, parents’ names, and parish.
Each result in this collection will provide both an image of the original entry and a transcript.
Throughout the years, the amount of information recorded in burial registers changed; therefore, the details in each transcript differ. Transcripts can include all or some of the following information:
*Birth year is determined by the age given at the time of death. Usually, someone close or related to the deceased provided the age. However, if the age was unknown, sometimes it was was guesstimated. In these cases, the birth year may be inaccurate.
Images can provide more information than what is available in the transcript, such as
However, some of the older registers can be difficult to read due to damage.
The Pembroke records span three centuries and provide valuable information for your family’s history. If your family lived in the same area for generations, you could possibly find more than one relative’s burial record.
Pembrokeshire, or Sir Benfro in Welsh, is located in south Wales. It is bordered by the sea on three sides: St. Bride’s Bay and Cardigan Bay of St. George’s Channel on the west and northwest and Bristol Channel on the south. Pembrokeshire is mostly rural but has a strong industrial sector centred on Milford Haven. The deep-sea port of Milford Haven is one of Europe’s leading oil ports.
The southern part of Pembrokeshire is known as ‘Little England beyond Wales’. After the Norman Conquest in the 12th century, the region held strong ties to England, and with an influx of Flemish settlers, English became the dominant language. Today, the Landsker line is still present as a cultural and linguistic boundary between north and south Pembrokeshire.
Begin your search broadly with just a name.
If needed, you can narrow your results by adding additional search criteria such as a year or place.
Consult the image provided with each transcript. You may learn additional details about your ancestor’s burial.