Paterchurch Tower

Llanstadwell, United Kingdom

Paterchurch Tower

Paterchurch Tower is a Grade I-listed medieval fortified tower in Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire, Wales. It received its name from one of the families that owned the land. While its exact function is not known, it probably served as a pele tower for the manorial complex (now demolished) in which it was situated.

The tower is the last remaining structure of a manorial complex whose surviving ruins were torn down with the expansion of Pembroke Dockyard in 1844. It received its name from the de Paterchurch family which originally owned the land. It probably served as a pele tower as there is no evidence of a church on site.

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