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Gerald De Windsor and Princess Nest Princess Nest was the daughter of Rhys ap Tewdwr, a Welsh prince and was born around 1080. After her father's death in 1093 she spent much of her youth in the court of Henry I by whom she had her first son. In 1100 she married Gerald de Windsor, an Anglo-Norman baron who was much older than Nest. carew, castle, tidal, mill, castle, keepers, gerald, windsor, princess, nest, henry,

Land of Legends: Mill Bay Mill Bay, a quiet cove on the Dale Peninsula, is a site of huge historical significance. king, henry, france, pembroke, carew, battle, crown, history, royals, mill,

Sir John Perrot Sir John was born at Haroldston, Pembrokeshire in 1530, allegedly the illegitimate son of Henry VIII by Mary Berkely, wife of Sir Thomas Perrot. Sir John remained a court favourite during the reigns of Henry VIII and Edward VI but spent much of Queen Mary's reign abroad. carew, castle, john, perrot, elizabethan, edward, henry, viii, thomas, mary, berkely, privy, councl,

Sir Rhys ap Thomas Sir Rhys was born in 1449. Upon his father's death he inherited the wealth of the Dinefwr estates and he bought Carew Castle from Sir Nicholas De Carew's grandson Edmund in 1480. carew, castle, nicholas, carew, rhys, thomas, henry, tudor, bosworth, richard,