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; Death of Mr Thomas Nash.

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Death of Mr Thomas Nash. )1 The death occurred on Sunday at Bathafarn Hall of Mr Walter Thomas Nash at the age of 51 years. Deceased, who was the youngest son of Thomas and Mary Nash, of Bradley Green, Worcestershire, had recently arrived from America (Chicago) on a visit to his sister, the Hon Mrs Hawke, at Bathafarn Hall, where he died suddenly of heart failure. He was medically attended by Dr J Medwyn Hughes. The funeral, which was private, took place at Llanrbaiadr on Tuesday, deceased being buried in the same grave as his mother. A service was held at the Hall by the Curate of Ruthin, and at the Churoh and grave the Vicar of Llanrhaiadr and Curate of Ruthin officiated. The mourners present were Capt Hawke, Mr C A Bamfoid, Mr E S Bamford, Mr Thomas Williams, and Mr J Parry Jones. Most beautiful wreaths were J placed on the grave from Capb and Mrs Hawke, Mr and Mrs C A Bamford, Mr E S Bamford, Miss Bamford, Mr and Mrs Thomas Williams, Mr and Mrs S J Waring, Mr and Mrs J Parry Jones, Dr and Mrs Cornetb, and the servants at Bathafarn. The undertaking arrangements were in the hands of Mr John Roberts, 1, Castle-street.

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