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EASTER VESTRY MEETINGS.

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EASTER VESTRY MEETINGS. ST. ASAPH. A vestry meeting was held here on Saturday, the 24th inst., at 11 o'clock, to nominate overseers of the poor for the ensuing year; to elect waywardens for the ensuing year to submit for approval the table of regulations and fees of the burial proneds and for othei purposes connected with the said par- ish. There were present the Rev T. Lloyd (m the chair), the Rev. T. JLl. L. Williams Messrs T. J. Williams, High-street; John Story, Peny- bryn W. G. Jones, Lower Shop Henry Williams, Wern d lu John Jones, Riverdale R. E. Griffiths! Gwerneigron Llewelyn Lloyd, Pennistone Thos. I Jones, Spring Gardens W. Humberstone, Mostvn Arms Hotel; T. F. Roberts, assistant overseer; Thomas Matthews, Bryn Ibbot; Samuel Powell, Denbigh-road A, E. Butler, Bryn Celyn W. H! Robinson, High-street; John Jones, Moua House Robert Peers, Penllan; W. Ea(-terbi-, Grammar School; A. E. Davies, Dolbyfryd;" T. Howes Roberts, Bodhaulog; E. Bushes, Glan Morfa Thomas Hughes, Hi gh-street; "Robert Jones, Scu- bor Coed; J. D. Watkins. Chester-street; Adam Roberts, Gemig-street; Joseph Davies, Ty Fry, Bodelwyddan C. Grimsley, Mouut Villa Henry Clanrudd Jones, the School; David Williams, Clarendon House; and R. T. Hughes, Bryn Go- baith. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed.âTbe following are the persons nominated to act as overseers :-Bodelwyddan, Vaenol, Pengwern, and Gwerneigron- W. G. Jones, draper, Lower Shop, and Thomas G. Lunt, gentle- man, Minafon. Bivnpolyn, and Gwernglefrydâ John Jones, ironmonger, Mona House, and Thomas J. Williams, saddler, High-street. Bodeugan, Cilowen, Rhyllon and CyrchynenâMoses Roberts', draper, Chester- street, and Robert Davies, gentle- man, Penrhwylfa. Wigfair and Meiriado^ â Will- iam Kerfoot, farmer, Marli, and Robert Jones, Scubor Coed. The last-named gentleman objected to stand on the ground that he could not read or write, and it was ultimately decided t) name Mr John Roberts, Brynpolyn Bach, in his stead. Mr i J. Jones, Riverdale, one of the retiring overseers, said he was pleased to be able to state that the new officers would have a clean bi 1 of health, as there were but very little arrears outstanding." Follow- ing, the electing of waywardens was gone into, they being this time elected for the parish, and not for the township as heretofore. Mr W. G. Jones said he would like to know how the farmer wardens had acted and attended, as he thought that those who did not take proper interest in the parish should not be elected. At this juncture Mr Thos. Jones, Spring Gardens, handed in a paper contain- ing eleven names, but Dr. Davies ruled that that was not the proper course to take therefore the following gentlemen were respectively proposed and seconded, afterwards the vote by a show of hands'' was taken, and it was announced that the first eleven were elected â No. of Votes. 1. Dr. Easterby 26 2. Joseph Lloyd J6 2. Thomas Matthews 24 4. Felix C. Watkins 23 5. W. G. Jones 23 6. John Kendall 21 7. Edward Hughes (Glanmorfa).21 8. Dr. Davies 20 9. John Story 20 10. Henry Williams (Wernddu) 20 11. R. Peers 19 12. R. Davies, Penrhwylfa 14 13. Samuel Powell. 13

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