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"ONLY THREE WEEKS TO LIVE."

LIVED UNDER FOUR SOVEREIGNSI

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LIVED UNDER FOUR SOVEREIGNS AGED GOWER LADY'S DEATH AT SKETTY. Mrs. W m. Thomas—the oldest Sketty vil- I lager but one—who resided with her son and J grand-daughter at. Vivian-road, Sketty, passed peacefully away at three o'clock on Sunday morning. Born at Reynolds tone, Gower, in June, 1813, where many of her relatives still reside—she had nearly reached I LATE AIRS. Wr. THOMAS, SKETTY. her 95th birthday. Mrs. Thomas came to Sketty in 1827, had resided t-here since, and was well respected. A loyal subject of four sovereigns and of a bright, genial nature, hor reminiscences were entertaining and in- structive. Mrs. Thomas' husband, who was gardener with Mr. J. Crow Richardson, Pantygwydr, for years, predeceased her six- teen years ago. Rev. Cecil Lillingston on Sunday morning Said that the call to rest had come to one that morning, who was within little more than five years of a cen- tury, who had long been waiting for the cali. looking forward to it, and obeyed. They rejoiced to think that on the Lord's Day she had heard the call. and had gone to be with Him.

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