Haroldston St. Issell's
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Haroldston St Issells is a parish in Pembrokeshire, on the upper reaches of the River Cleddau, 1 mile SE of Haverfordwest. Its area is 1,104 acres (447 ha); Haroldston Manor, which is now a ruin, is the old seat of the Harrolds and the Perrots, in particularly Sir John Perrot, who is thought to be the illegitimate son of Henry VIII. Upper and Lower Haroldston are 2 ancient farmhouses that were probably part of the Haroldston estate. Lower Haroldston is still a working farm, whilst Upper Haroldston is a domestic dwelling.
Haroldston church is co-located with Lower Haroldston and is a small attractive building. Haroldston ruins and Lower Haroldston can both be viewed from a circular walk along the banks of the Cleddau.
- "GENUKI: Haroldston St Issells". Retrieved 30 December 2018.
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