I PENEHYNDEUBRAETH.|1914-11-20|The Cambrian News and Merionethshire Standard - Welsh Newspapers Online
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PENEHYNDEUBRAETH. Pastoral.—The Rev. Arthur Davies will enter his duties as pastor of Tabernacle Baptist Church, Merthyr, early next month. Obituary.—Mr. William Jones, Cam- brian Crossing, Penrbvndeudraeth, form- erly of Llanwnog, Montgomeryshire, died on Sunday, November 8th at the age of seventy-three years. The funeral took place on Thursday, the cortege leaving Ponrhyn by the 11.8 a.m. train for Llan- wnog churchyard. The remains were in- terred by the side of rhose of his late wife who died five years ago. Mr. Jones left sons and two daughters (all married) to mourn their loss. The chief mourners were Mr. William Jones, Sheffield (son); Mr Samuel Jones, New-town (son), and Mrs Jones, (daughter-in-law); Mr Dd. Jones Hengoed, South Wales (son"; Mr Richard Jones, Talgwm, Brecon (son); Mr. Thomas Jones, Llanwnog (son), and Mrs. Jones (daughter-in-law); Mr. Benjamin Jones. Roley, Llanwnog (son), and Mrs. Jones (daughter-in-law); Mrs. Whitehead, Leeds (daughter); Mrs. Edward Jones, Penrhyn- deudraeth (daughter), and Mr. Edward Jones (son-in-law); Mr. Richard Jones, Miss Dorothy Jones, Miss May Jones (grandchildren). Mr. Samuel Jones, Mr. John Jones, Mr. Richard Jones and Mr. Thomas Davies (nephews). On reaching Pontdolgoch station a large contingent joined the cortege. The Rev. John Hughes, vicar, officiated at the house and the Rev. John Jones, vicar of Llanwnog, in church and by the graveside. The coffin was covered with wreaths.

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