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Laugharne Notes. [BY VERITAS], THE DEATH AND FUNERAL OF MR REES OF CAPTHORN. The news of Mr ltees's death came very unexpectedly to many of his friends on Tuesday, the 31st of March. He had been for some'ime unwell, but until a fortnight ago no one thought there was any danger. He wa? then taken very ill, and had to keep to his bed still he seemed aftera-few days to be rallying a little, and even on the day of his r death appeared brighter than he had been but about one o'clock Miss Rees who was with him in the room saw that a sudden change had come over him, she called the rest of the family, but he expired in a few minutes. The funeral took place on Saturday morning the 4th inst. It was one of the largest that had ever been ser u at Laugharne the people had come from far and near, there was hardly a house within several miles that had not some representative prestnt. The service in the house was conducted by the Rev J. Evans, B.A., the Rev IL Jenes, Vicar of Carnarvon offered prayer. The services in the Cliff Ciiipet and at the grave were conducted by the Rev Dr Gwvnng Jones and the Rev J. Evans B.A. On Sunday morning Dr Gwynne Jones preached the funeral sermon in the new Congregational Church. Mr Rees had been connected with the church for thirty two years. He was a very kind hearted man, ready to help any one in ne d and was greatly resectErl by all who knew him. He leaves a widow and six children, two daughters and four sons, one of whom, Mr J. Gilbert Rees is a student at the Presbyterian College Carmarthen.

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