Hodgeston parish church
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Hodgeston is a small village and parish a mile southeast of Lamphey, south Pembrokeshire, Wales, and is in the community of Lamphey. It is on the A4139 Pembroke Dock to Tenby road. Other surrounding villages are Freshwater East, Jameston and Manorbier Newton.
The name Hodgeston is a modern derivation of "Hogges Manor" or similar origin. The name was recorded in 1291 as Villa Hogges.
Hodgeston Hall, dating from about 1800, may have originally served as a rectory, but subsequently became a farmhouse. It is a Grade II listed building.
Parish registers, 1755-1995, are held by Pembrokeshire County Council.
The A4139 road from Pembroke Dock to Tenby runs through the village.
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