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Tonypandy. Obituary.—Death has again claimed another old inhabitant of Mid-Rhondda in the person of Mr. William May, re- siding at 13, Inverleitli Terrace, Llwyny- pia. Deceased, who was 58 years of age, was seized with a stroke1 and passed away on Wednesday morning, the 11th inst. He was a native of Oldland Com- mon, near Bristol, and came to reside m thisi district 36 years ago, during which time he has resided at Llwynypia. Mr. May was very widely known, as was evidenced by the large concourse of people that gathered at the final obse- quies, which took place on Monday last at Llethrddu Cemetery, Trealaw. He was a member of the Dunraven Forester's Club, a large number of whom turned out to show a last token of respect to their departed brother. The Rev. Ambrose Williams, pastor of Trinity O.M. Church, conducted the final rites. The chief mourners present included the following: -On foot: Messrs. Willie, Harry, and Frank May (sons), Messrs. Job and George May (brothers), Messrs. ol ?y FTsell> Eyan Thomas, George bhort, and Thomas Andrews! (isoiis-in- law), Messrs. Fred Ludlow, George and Sidney May, and John JovelI (nephews)!, who also acted as bearers. First coach: Mrs. Sarah May (widow), Mrs. Sidney Fussell, Mrs. George Short, Mrs. Evan Thomas, Mrs. Thomas Andrews, and Miss Lily May (daughters). Second coach: Mrs. Luther May, Mrs. H. May (daughters-in-law), Miss Beatrice Short and Master Frederick Thomas (grand-children), Mrs. Geo. Mav and Mrs. Job May (sisters-in-iaw). Third coach: Mr. and Mrs. George Lud- low (brother-in-law and sister), Mrs. H. Williams, Mrs. Wm. Dessent, Miss A. Ludlow and Miss Ethel May (neices). Fourth coach: The family of "Mrs. Job May, and the fifth coach, distant rela- tes The eldest son of the deceased, Mr Luther May, residing at Pontynew- ydd, was unable to attend owing to acci- dent. The coffin was surmounted by beau- tiful floral tributes, sent by the following: Mr. and Mrs. Luther May, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Fussell, OldlandJ Bristol; Mr and Mrs. Evan Thomas," Trealaw; Mrs. Andrews, Sherborne, Dorset. Miss Ed- wards, Clydach Vale, and the Llwynypia Conservative Club. The undertaking arrangements were ably carried out by Messrs. Griffiths and Sonssv, Tonypandy.

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