Good morning Gareth
Some years back I worked my way through the Narberth Weekly newspaper collating a list of
deaths/burials reported in this wonderfully gossipy newspaper between 1906 and 1941.
Events in the Saundersfoot area were extensively reported.
There is no death or burial for a James Morgan in Saundersfoot around 1940 and I am sure
that such a sad occurence as your relations remembered would have been noted in the
newspaper if it happened locally.
The only death/burial I recorded for Pyots Nest is that of "Mrs Griffiths". The
newspaper reported her her death in November 1921 and included a longer report of her
funeral and burial together with a list of mourners and wreaths. (see Narberth Weekly
newspaper 1/12/1921 and 8/12/1921, copies held at the British LIbrary Newspaper Dept at
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The date ofdeath was 6 August 1940. The place of death is given as "On the road near
WaltonWest Church, Walton West RD" and the cause of death is given as "died from
abroken neck accidentally received by a fall of rock into the trench in which hewas
working". The certificate was received from J.E.P.Morris, Assistant DeputyCoroner
for County of Pembroke, inquest held 7 August 1940.Can anyone resolve the difference
between these vastly different stories?