- Tylorstown.|1907-08-31|The Rhondda Leader - Welsh Newspapers Online
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- Tylorstown.


Tylorstown. It is with deep regret we record the death and burial of Mr. William John Evans, 194, East Road, Tylorstown. Mr. Evans, whilst following his occupation of that of repairer, was killed at No. 7 Pit, Tylorstown (Messrs. D. Davis and Sons), by a fall of roof on Friday, the 16th inst. Deceased was-of a most genial and plea- sant disposition; he was loved and ad- mired by all who came in contact with him. He was a most faithful member of Ebenezer (W.C.) Church, at which place he will be sadly missed. The funeral took place on Wednesday, the 21st inst., amidst great manifestations of sorrow. The popularity of the deceased was clearly demonstrated on Wednesday by the large numbers which wended their way to East Road to join in the mournful procession. Large numbers were seen coming from all directions. The cortege was admitted to be one of the largest ever seen in the dis- trict. The interment took place at Llethr- ddu Cemetery. A service was held at Ebenezer Chapel, in which the Revs. D. M. Phillips, M.A., Ph.D., pastor of Libanus (C.M.); Joseph Evans, A.C., Soar (W.C.), Pontygwaith and Rowland Hughes (pastor) took part. Other minis- ters present were the Revs. Jason James Horeb (W.B.), Tylorstown; and J. R. Phillios. A.T.S., Hermon (W.B.), Ponty- gwaith. We extend our heartfelt sym- pathy to Mrs. Evans in her sad bereave- ment.