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) Funeral ©f the late Mr.…


Funeral the late Mr. Wm. Fiiehards, (Jurer.), Treaiaw. We regret to record the death of Mr. William Richards (junr.), the only son of Mr. William .Richards, grocer, Dinas and Treaiaw. The deceased, who was 28 .years of age, had been ailing for some consider- able time past, and had undertaken a sea trip to the Canary Islands to recruit his health. This proved of little aid, as shortly after returning he was taken worse, and on the 10th inst. succumbed. He was a faithful member of Tabernacle Chapel, Trealaw, and we feel sure he will be greatly missed by all who were at all intimate with him. The mortal remains were laid to rest on Thursday last, the 15th inst., at Llethrddu Cemetery, where a large con- gregation gathered to pay the last tribute of respect. There were a large number of wreaths sent, and the Rev. D. Overton (Dinas) officiated at the graveside. Amongst the many mourners the fol- lowing were noticed: -Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Richards (parents); Mr. and Mrs. D. Evans (brother-in-law and sister); Mrs. Morgans, Dinas; Mr. and Mrs. P. Hughes; Mr. Daniel Richards (uncle); Mrs. Rees (aunt); Mr. and Mrs. Berry (cousins); Mr. and Mrs. Phillips (cousins); Messrs. Evan, Willie, and D. R. Watkins (cousins); Mrs. Jones, Peterston; repre- sentatives of the Mid-Rhondda Grocers' Association (which Association sent a beautiful wreath) Rev. D. Overton, Dinas; Rev. S. G. Jones, Machen; Rev. Derval Roberts, Hirwain; Rev. Bryn Thomas, Ferndale Rev. James Williams. Wattstown; Rev. Davies, Ynyshir; Rev. E. Richards Tonypandy: and Rev. M. H. Ellis, Trealaw.





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