Lateral thinking which may or may not be correct.
On the junction of Priory Street and Oak Lane stood an Oak Tree for over 300 years.
At some point became known as Merlin's Oak, when I don't know.
I have seen references to it having being planted to commemorate the return of Charles II
to the throne after the Interregnum.
It was very possibly known as The Royal Oak for centuries.
It is in this general area I would start looking for Royal Oak Common.
Message Received: Sep 20 2014, 04:22 PM
From: "Russell Phillips via"
Subject: [Dyfed] Royal Oak Common, Carmarthen ?
Does anybody know the location of Royal Oak Common, Carmarthen.
Google not helping.
New line of inquiry suggests Henry Phillips might have lived there.
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