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^ Penarth District Council.


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Euneral of Mr H. Jefferies,…


Euneral of Mr H. Jefferies, Penarth, There were widespread tokens of respect in Penarth on Tuesday on the occasion of the funeral of Mr H. Jefferies, of Plasnewydd, Penarth- Although for some years past Mr Jefferies bad not taken any active part in business affairs, he had a large number of friends in Penartb, Cardiff, and the neighbourhood. A number of these assembled at the house, and there were many relatives and friends at the St. Augustine's Churchyard, Penarth, when the interment took place. The service, which was choral, was conducted by the rector, the Rev W. Sweet-Escott, and the Rc v. W. Heathcote, of Penarth. The funeral was of a private character. Wreaths were sent by the following :—Mr and Mrs Alic Duncan, Mr and Mrs Henry Eyres, Mr and Mrs Trebarne Rees, Mrs Charles Haywood, Mrs and Miss Carter, Mr and Mrs Coates-Carter (Bute Ship- building Company), Mrs Shirley (Gwentland), Mr Burd, his four daughters, Mrs William Yachell, Mra A. Jefferies, Mrs Harry Cousins. Dr and IvL-s Ed wards Mr and Mrs D. T. Edwards. Mrs Lewia Davis. Mrs C. O. Young, Mrs Short, Mrs Brain. Mrs Edward Vachell, Mrs Vaughan Williams, Mrs H. Y. Adye the wardens and sidesmen of All Saints' Church- Mr and Mrs Kingdom, Mr Kerslake, and Mrs Plimmer.