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Bcatij of filr liIHam, Contoain WE regret to announce thfe deaith of Mr John Williams, a noted deacon of the Calvinistic Methodist Connex'.on, which took place on Sat- urday morning last at Broiiyreryr, Conway, the residence of his only son, Mr W. G. Williams, relieving officer, registrar, etc. Born in 1818 at M'eddiant Farm, Glan Conway, the deceased had attained his eighty-fifth year. At a comparatively early age he was elecdid a deacon by the, Methodist Church at Glan -on- way, wh.ch office he held for close upon 50 years. For many years he was a vaulable col- league of the famous Welsh Litterateur, "1. D. Ffraid," who was the pastor of the church uien for a lengthy period. Subsequently, life filled the same office at Pensarn Chapel, Llandudno Junation, after the members of that chapel had entered into their new place of worship, wnere his experience was invaluable. Tihe closing years of his Lie were, spent in retirement at con- way, thfe, Church at Carmed. Chapel deriving abundant blessings from his devout life and soul-stirring experiences. Throughout his whole career, he was noted for his strenuous activitiesi in thb Sunday School. Having a most retentive memory, and intellectual faculties of a very high order, he had gained a most comprehensive, grasp of the evangelical doctrines of the Christian religion. In literature., both theological and philosophi- cal, he was also abreast of the age, and tower- ing above his contemporaries. It was, there- fore, no wonder that his services. wei^a mueu sought after by all thb Sunday Schools of the district for a great number of years. He left evlary testimony that he died as he had lived, trusting) fwlly in. the Master he had served so well; and he, entered into his well-earned ii-s,t in peaceâ"perfect peace." The Funeral. A largos and representative concourse from the various churches of the district attended the funeral, which took place at the Conway Ceme- tery on Tuesday. The following ministbrs took p,arit :,n the funeral ceremonies at Bronyreryr and in the cemetery, viz., the Revs. T. Gwynedd Roberts, W. H. Humphreys, Dr. Llug-wy Owen, M.A., D. C. Evans, F.G.S., Thomas Parry, J. T. M. Jones, Robert Roberts, Colwyn Bay. and H. Barrow Williams, Llandudno. Amongst many others present wkre observed the follow- ing ministers: The Revs. J. D. Owen, Glan Conway; Wm. Edwards (B.), and T. Tones Humphreys. (W.), Conway. The following! deacons: M'essrs Wm. Hughes, Awelon; Jas. RoBprts, Riponl House; B. Evans, London House, Conway; Owen Hughes, Glan Conway; W. Williams, Glan Morfa; Edward Jones, English Presbyterian Church, Llandudno Junc- tion; W. F. Jones, Bodidda; John Williams, Llelchan Isa'; the Sunday School class, of which deceased was a member; John Roberts, corn merchant; W. Edwards, Brym Conwy; D. .Wynne Robertsi, Eirianfa; John. Jones, Lan- caster-square Owen Evans, Paris House; R. Roberts (Tfcbor Aled), J. Hooson, Cumberland 'Stores; vV. R. Davies, Newboro'-terrace; IV. Hughes, Bro,nialtt; D. Roberts, Chapel House: D. L. Hughes, Stanley buildings; D. Jones, Tygwyrdd-terra.cta; Joseph E. Jones, Vidtoria- terraice; and. of tihe general public Messrs J. E. Conway Jones, Bodeon; J. P. Griffiths, Regent House; Supt. W. Rees, Jesse Jones, Mount Euryn; T. M. Jones, borough collector; R. T. Jones, relieving officer, Llandudno; Fred Wil- liams, relieving officer, Colwyn Bay, etc. THai following relatives' also atten.d,d:Alr and Mrs W. G. Williams (son and dauighter-in- law);, Master W. J. Williams and Miss Dilys Glyn Williams: (grandchildren), Misses Davies, Devon House, Colwyn Bay; Mrs Owen, Glyn Villa, Llandudno; Mrs Jones, Bryntirion, Tywyn (nieces); Mr John Jones,, Dinarth Hall (nephew), and Mr and Mrs Cynwal Jonfes, Lark Hill. Wreaths were sent by Miss K. Davies (niece), Roehampiton, S.W., and artificial flow- ers in a glass' oase were sienit by ithe. Sunday School class, of which he was a faithful mem- ber. The old Welsh hymn, "0 Fryniau Caer- salern," was feelingly sung at the graveside. Mr John Griffith, of Bang or-road, Conway, carried out the funeral arrangements.

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