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In Memoriam: Mr. John L. German


In Memoriam: Mr. John L. German [FROM A CORRESPONDENT]. John L. German, whose mortal remains are to-day laid to rest in God s-acre at Llandrillo-yn- Rhos, was a well-known resident in Colwyn Bay, where his parents have resided for a number of years. Few could be more conscious than the writer himself would be of any failingor imperfections in the life of this young man. and, however favour- able a notice might be written, it is gratifying to know that such imperfections sink into littleness if compared with the many excellent qualities possessed by the departed,—qualities that could scarcely be embodied in this little attempt to describe them. Full of human fellowship and good feeling, he was looked upon as being an extremely amiable young fellow, and he was, moreover, a pattern of patient suffering. It is most hard to realise and call to remem- brance the last hand-shake of only a few davs ago with one whose painful gasping for breath was even then almost overwhelming, and to know that only pleasant memories of him can now be treasured up. Members of both Church arid Chapel will assemble together to witness the last religious ceremony, and all alike will thus show there is no unchristian or narrow-minded spirit,-oiily respect for the departed and deep sympathy for the sorrowing parents whose last surviving son thus passes away in the prime of manhood. Requiescat in pace. Colwyn Bay, Feb. 1896.

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