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Identifier: antiquarianrepe_g02gros
Title: The Antiquarian repertory : a miscellaneous assemblage of topography, history, biography, customs, and manners ; intended to illustrate and preserve several valuable remains of old times
Year: 1807 (1800s)
Authors: Grose, Francis, 1731?-1791 Astle, Thomas, 1735-1803 Jeffery, Edward
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Publisher: London : Printed and published for Edward Jeffery
Contributing Library: University of Pittsburgh Library System
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s Castle was given by Rhys ap Theodore,together with divers valuable lands, to Gerald de Carrio, as a marriageportion with Nest his daughter. This Gerald was Lieutenant in thoseparts to King Henry the First. His descendants, by the name ofCarew, possessed it for several generations, until Sir Edmond Carewmortgaged it to Sir Rhys ap Thomas, who, Leland in his Itinerary says,greatly repaired it. His words are, And within all miles ofLanfeth on the right hand, I saw the Castel of Carew repairid or mag-nificently buildid by Sir Rhes ap Thomas. It stondith by a creke ofMilford Haven. The Gerald, above mentioned, is by Geraldus Cambrensis (who wasrelated to him) styled Geraldus of Windsor; and that writer furthersays, that by the means of him and his offspring, not only the maritimeparts of South-Wales were retained by the English, but also the walls ofIreland reduced. All the noble families in Ireland, called Geralds,Geraldincs, and Fitz Geralds, are descended from him. Camden from Leland,

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