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Family Notices

Family Notices

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES and DEATHS. ———————————————- MARRIAGE. DA VIES-JENKINS. At Nolton Presbyterian Church, Bridgend, on Thursday, June 4th, by the Rev. W. J. Thomas, Bridgend, assisted by the Rev. D. Evans, Bridgend, and the Rev. W. Davies, M.A., Aberdare, Miss Mary Blanche Jenkins, young- est daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas Jenkins, Nolton Villa, Bridgend, to Mr Idris Thomas Davies, Bridgend, eldest son of Mr Joshua Davies, of Aberdare. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. EVANS.—Mr. and Mrs. John Evans, Hill House, Aberaman, wish to thank their numerous friends for floral tri- butes and letters of sympathy sent to them in their sad bereavement. to them in their sad bereavement. MABBERLEY.—Mr. and Mrs. Mab- ber!ey, Gooseberry Hill, Godreaman, desire to thank all the friends who sent messages of sympathy to them in their recent sad bereavement. LYNCH.—The parents of William Lynch, of 47 Glamorgan Street, Aber- aman, desire to tender their sincere thanks for the kind messages of sym- pathy sent to them during their re- cent sad bereavement, and also for floral tributes received. SMITH.—Mrs. Smith and family, 11 Pendarren Street, Aberdare, beg to tender their sincere thanks for the kind messagse of sympathy extended to them in their sad bereavement, and also for the floral tributes re- ceived. IN MEMORIAM. GAY.—In loving memory of Eliza, the beloved wife of George Gay, 261 Cardiff Road, Aberaman, who depart- ed this life June 8th, 1913. No one knows how much we miss her, Many think the wound is healed, But they do not know the sorrow That is in our hearts concealed." —From Husband and Children. SCOTT.—In loving memory of Katie, the dearly loved daughter of William and Sarah Scott, 27 Monk Street, Aberdare, who died June 6th, 1913, age 9 months. God has gathered in our darling, Placed our bud among the flowers, Taken back the child he lent us To a better home than ours. —From Dada and Mama, Sister and Brother.












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