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TALY BONT-ON-USK. The Late Mr John Evans.âA well- known and respected farmer passed away after a brief illness on Monday, the 6th I inst., in the person of Mr John Evans, of Ffynonwen Farm. Deceased, who was only 43 years of age, was a kind and generous man and an excellent neigh- bour. and he will he greatly missed in this district. He was a faithful member of the Congregational Church at Aber, and the respect in which he was held was shown by the large attendance at the funeral on one of the most stormy days of this winter. The burial took place on Hie 9th inst. at Cwmwysg, of which district the decepsed was a native. His fermer pastor, the Rev. W. H. A. Morgan, now of lAberyschan, officiated at the house and fin the chapel, and was assisted by the Revs. J. C. Jones, Cwm- wysg, Hughes Jones, Llanellv. and the Rev. D J Teague, vicar of Traianglas. The' chief mourners were Mrs Powell, Ffynonwen, sister Misses Jane and Margaret Evans, lllwynmellrig, sisters [Messrs Roger, David, and Samuel Evans, Llwynmeirig, brothers Mr and Mrs Benjamin Evans, Ynysmarchog, brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Morgan iv/ans, Ynysfawr, brother and sister-in- law Master D. J. Evans, Ynysmarchog, nephew rr and Mrs D. Edward*, Ffosddu, uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs S. Edwards. Cwmclyd, uncle and aunt Mr L. Williams, Watton, Brecon, uncle Mr J. Williams, Dryn, Bolgoed, uncle Mr D. Williams, Upper Bolgoed, uncle Mr and Mrs D. Morgan, Bwysfafawr. cousins Mr T. Edwards, Bwysfafacb, cousin Mr E. Jones, Penbont, cousin Miss E. Jones and Mr G. Jones, Blaenau, cousins; Messrs J. and E. Griffiths, Ystradgynlais, cousins Pte. D. J. Edwards, Llwynmeurig, cousin ;iMiss M. J. Edwards and Mr W. Edwards, Cwmclyd, cousins Miss Annie Evans, Tymawr, Trawlln, cousin Mr G. Evans, Tymawr, Trallwn, cousin Mr E. Evans, Stange, Llanddeusant, cousin. Wreaths were sent as follows :-In loving memory of dear John, from h:s sisters in loving memory of dear John, from his brothers m deepest sympathy, I from the members of the Aber Congre- gational Church with sympathy, from Mr & Mrs Evans-Bevan, Cadoxton House, Neath with deep sympathy and kind remembrance, from Mr and Mrs Bendle I with deepest sympathy, from Mr and Mrs Lawrence, Tynewydd with sin- cerest sympathy, from the family at Station House, Peutirrhiw. Our Tre- castle correspondent also makes a reference to deceased.

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