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PRIZE DAY AT LLANDOVERY COLLEGE

CARMARTHENSHIRE SHOW

LLANDOVERY

PENDINE

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PENDINE SAD DEATH.âIt is with feelings of the deepest regret we have to record the death on Tuesday morning, the 20th inst., of a dear little girl visitor to Pendine. The little one referred to is Miss Dorothy Evans, daughter of the Rev. H. Evans, M.A., Vicar of Tonge, Middleton, Lancashire, who is now paying his annual visit to this beautiful little seaside resort, accompanied by his wife and family, and several immediate relations. It is surmised that the cause of death was due to an accident which she met with on the previous Thursday while play- ing with her cousin. There seemed to be no serious consequences resulting from the fall, and when the news of her death was circulated in the district the most sincere sympathy of the residents and visitors were extended to the bereaved parents in their terribly sudden loss. The funeral took place on Thursday, and, despite the heavy downpour of rain, was attended by a large number of sympathizing friends. The burial ceremony was performed by the Rev. T. Jenkins. rector of the parish, assisted by the Rev. W. Evans, B.A., Mus. Bac.. Holy Trinity Church, Westminster, London. A very affecting portion of the service was the singing by the child- ren's choir of her favourite hymn, "There's a home for little children." The coffin was of heavy brown polished oak, and bore the following inscription:â "Dorothy Evans; born 26th Nov., 1900; died 20th July, 1909." Lovely wreaths were sent by the fol- low Iii,Fatlier, mother, and sister: grandmother and grandfather; grandma and family; Auntie Emily, Sallie. and Nelly; Uncle Arthur: Cousin Doris; Dr. and Mrs. Ferguson, Weaste; P.M.E. and Sewing Class. Weaste; Winnie and Bertha Shank- land; W. and S. J. Mathias. Pi-t Office; Mr. and Mrs. Brown; M. and R. Harries: Irs. Davies, Shore House: Maggie Benjamin; F. p 1 C. Renfrev; Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Lloyd; Mr. a,1 Mrs. T. Griffiths, St. Clears: Annie, Austin and Willie Ebsworth; Mr. and Mrs. Davies. Belle Vue; Mrs. Benjamin. Spring Well; Dorothy and Jack Llovd. The list of mourners was as follows :-The Rev. H. Evans, M.A.. vicar of Tonge. Middleton, Lanes., and Mrs. Evans (father and mother). and Miss Lucy Evans (sister); Mr. B. Morton, J.P., Bakewell, and Mrs. Morton (grand- father and grandmother): Mrs. W. Evans, Felinfach. St. Clearg (crandmother); Mr. A. Morton (uncle:) Mrs. J. W. Percival: Mrs. H. Morton and Miss N. Morton; Mrs. W. Thoma.s. Coed, Abergwili, and Mrs. J. Williams, Treaskell-fawr. St. Clears (aunts). The family wish to thank the resident and visitors at Pendine most sincerely for the great kindness and symoathy shown them during their trouble. The undertaker was Mr. J. Shankland, New Inn, who superintended the arrangements.

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