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General Booth III


Funeral of Mrs. M. Rees, Tonypandy.


Funeral of Mrs. M. Rees, Tonypandy. In the death of Mrs. Margaret Rees, Dunraven. Street, Tonypandy, widow of the late Mr. Job Rees, and the eldest daughter of the late Mr. Noah Lewis, Coedymeibion, Tonypandy, Mid-Rhondda has lost one of its oldest inhabitants. Deceased, who was 70 years of age, had been ailing for the past few months, and died on Saturday, the 7th inst. She was very well known in the district, having resided at Tonypandy all her life, with the exception of a few years, which were spent at the Lamb Hotel, Ystrad. She had been a faithful member of Bethle- hem (W.B.) ever since the commence- ment of the cause at Trealaw. The funeral, which was a very large one, took place on Thursday at Nebo Churchyard, Ystrad. The Rev. James Nicholas officiated. The chief mourners included Mr. Rees Rees, Mr. Lewis Rees, and Mr. William Rees (sons), Mr. Evan Lewis, Ooedymeibion, and Mr. Lewis Lewis, Graig, yr Eos ("Brothers), Mr. J. Owens and Mr. Dd. Jones (sons-in-law), Mr. W. Davies (brother-in-law), Messrs. Edgar Herbert, David, and Noah Davies (nephews),, Mr. John Roberts, Mr. Rees Phillips, Mr. Evan Ablett, Mr. W. Mor- gan, Mr. J. Morgan, Tylorstown, and Mr. William Morgan, Tynewydd. Treher- bert, Miss Rebecca Rees, Mrs. David Jones and Mrs. J. Owens (daughters), Mrs. Lewis Ree, Mrs. Rees Rees (daughters-in-law), Misses Maggie and Ethel Rees (grand-children), Mrs. Wm. Davies (sister), Mrs. Lewis Lewis (sister- in-law), Mrs. Evan Ablett and Miss Rebecca Davies (nieces), Mrs1. Edgar Davies (cousin), Mrs. Evan Lewis (sister- in-law), Miss Gwladys Lewis and Miss Hilda Lewis (nieces), Mrs. Moses Rees, Glamorgan House, and Mrs. David Evans, Mrs. D. S. Thomas, Mrs. Wm. Jones, Miss C. Naunton, Mrs. Robert Collier, and Mrs. Jones, Carpenter's Hotel, Ynyshir, Mrs.R. Morgan, Mrs. W. Morgan, Mrs. David 'Evans, Mrs. Mor- gans, Primrose Street, Miss Olwen Mor- gan, Mr. and Mrs. John Norman, Chest- nut House, Mr. William Norman, Dinas. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Morris, Swan Hotel, Penygraig, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Richards, and Mr. Protheroe, Bridgend Hotel, and many other well-known resi- dents of the district. The undertaking arrangements were carried out by Messrs. Griffiths and Sons, Tonypandy.