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1 See my essay, 'The Squires of Hawksbrook' in Trans. Cymmr. 1937.
2 In the south-west of England, where Celtic names have survived, coombe has been in general use for centuries and has become accepted as an 'English' noun.
3 Jane's brother, William Herbert, settled at Hafod Uchtryd, Cards.
4 One of Dorothy's descendants, Edward Protheroe, acquired the Golden Grove MSS, which he sold to the College of Arms in 1828.
5 For the Saunders family see W.W.H.R. vol 2. Owing to the re-arrangement of parishes made during this century Newton is now included in Llanddowror parish.
6 Carms. Record Office, Plas Llanstephan Deeds, No. 250.
7 Carms. Record Office, Trant Deeds & Documents.
8 Plas Llanstephan Deeds, No. 730.
9 A kinsman who lived at Nash; served as High Sheriff of Pembrokeshire in 1737.
10 MS history of the Morris family in the Bryn Myrddin Documents in Carms. Record Office.
11 David Morris, senior, had died in 1764.
12 Bryn Myrddin Documents, II, No. 5.
13 Major John Francis Deeds in Carms. Record Office.
14 Cwmgwili Letters, I, 129, in Carms. Record Office.
15 West Wales Historical Records, VI, 144.
16 The family received a grant of arms, namely, azure, between two chevronels or three roses argent seeded and barbed or, in chief two escallops argent, and in base a fleur-de-lys argent: Crest a chanticleer pules standing on a serpent nowed vent. : Motto, Vigilans et prudens. The crest appeared on the bank-notes of the family bank.
17 Plas Llanstephan Deeds, No. 1653.

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