The starting point for the records you're looking for (if they survive) is
Pembrokeshire Archives, for which you have already been provided a link to
their online catalog.
The National Library of Wales may have other documents.
The National Archives Manorial Documents register
will tell you what manorial records
survive and where they are.
From: Lynne Ingalls
Sent: Thursday, October 17, 2013 11:21 PM
To: Joy ; dyfed(a)rootsweb.com
Subject: Re: [Dyfed] Parish Chest Records
Joy and others -
I am looking for records other than census and bmd's. I would like to know
if Quarter Session and Petty Session records exist for Pembrokeshire, also
records of the Assizes, Order Books, records of the Overseers of the Poor,
Settlement and Removal records, Settlement Examinations, Freemen's Rolls,
land, hearth, and window, and hair powder tax assessments, local population
listings other than the census, Vestry minutes, Church Warden accounts,
manorial surveys, etc.
Is anyone familiar with these records? Thanks so much for responding, Joy.
Lynne in Tucson