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CLYDACH We regret to announce the death of Mrs. Rachel Richards, wife of "Per- llanog, and mother of Alfa, which occurred on Thursday, the 6th inst., at j her home at, Clydach, at the age of 66. On the previous Sunday evening, when leaving her daughter's house, she fell and received a slight wound on her leg. This developed into blood- poisoning, which, as stated, ended fatally. The funeral, which was largely at- tended, took plaoo Monday, the burial being at C'lydach Churchyard previous to which a service was held at Hcr- mon Chapel, where the deceased was a faithful member. The Rev. Eiddig Jones paid a touching and eloquent tribute to the worth of the departed, at Hermon, and at the graveside the Rev. T. Valentine Evans offered up prayer. The deceased leaves an up- grown family of one daughter and three eons, and numerous e-randchild- ren. The following pathetic verse was Alfa's lament at the death of his mother, who, latterly had also been a mother to his motherless children:â Hafan dies wedi nosi-rhvthrwynt Ha.fa.n dies wedi nos i âr h yt h rwynt Ar ei thraeth sv'n tori; Yn y tywydd rhaid tewi, Marw mam, Mara i mi,

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