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        Fishguard the Last Invasion February 1797:

The French Landing

 

Fishguard Bay from  from the Fort and Goodwick Sands sides.

Monument erected in 1897

   

Carreg Wastad Point

Llanwnda Church ransacked by the French

Llanwnda Church interior

Llanwnda Church bible showing fire damage.

Cottages attacked by the French

Trehowel the French Headquarters

 

Fishguard Bay from the Goodwick Sands side the fort is on the headland.    

Memorial from 200th erected in 1997

The Royal Oak Fishguard not a pub at the time where French signed the surrender.

Table in the Royal Oak on which the surrender was signed.

Gravestone of the Welsh Heroine Jemima Nicholas

 

The Interior of the Fishguard Fort  

 

Line drawings taken from 1897 edition of The Fishguard Invasion by Rev Daniel Rowlands

 

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