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I Penygraig1. This week we have to -record the death of Mrs. Evans, the wife of Mr. J. Evans, undertaker, Penygraig, after a short and severe illness, leaving a husband and three children to mourn her loss. Mrs. Evans was the daughter of the late Dafydd Jones, fireman, Penygraig, who lost his life at the Penygraig explosion and who was the founder of the Llanfair- ar-y-Bryn Church. Mrs. Evans, like her father, took a keen interest in church work at Dewi Sant Church, Tonypandy. She acted as organist for over 16 years. The funeral took place on Thursday, the 20th inst., at the Trealaw Cemetery. The officiating clergy were the Vicars of Llwynypia, Penygraig, and Resolven, the Revs. E. W. Hughes (Dewi Sant), 1. J. Williams (All Saints'), J. R. Pugh, H. Parry, and W. Bice (Penarth). The choir, numbering 400, sang appropriate hymns at Dewi Sant Church, en route, and at the cemetery. The mourners were as follow —First coach—husband and three children, Misses Jones (sisters), and Mns. Roberts, 112, Tylacelyn Road; second coach—Mrs. Rowlands (sister), Mrs. Davies (sister), Mrs. Owen and Miss Owens, Ystrad (sisters-in-law), and Misses Davies, Field Street (nieces): third coach —Mrs. Jones, Treorchy (cousin), Mrs. T. P. Thomas, Hafod (aunt), Mrs. Rees (niece), Mrs. Thomas, Tonypandy (cousin), Mrs. Davies, Tonypandy (cousin), and Mrs. L. Thomas, Tonypandy (cousin); fourth coach-Mrs. Williams, Treorchy (cousin), Mrs. Davies, Treorchy (cousin), Mrs. George, Caerphilly (cousin), Mrs. Phillips, Mountain Ash (cousin), and Miss Bonnie Jones (niece); fifth coach—Rev. T. P. Thomas, Hafod (uncle). Mr. John Thomas, Rhymney (uncle), Mr. T. J. Davies, Field Street (nephew), Masters D. Jones and Douglas Jones (nephews); sixth coach—Mr. J. D. Jones (brother) and family. The churchwarden, Mr. T. Jones, and sidesmen of Dewi Sant acted as bearers. Mr. D. James, Penygraig, played the Dead March as the funeral were leaving the church. Wreaths were sent by the husband and children Mr. and Mrs. Rowlands, Cardiff: Dewi Sant Church, and the Band of Hope. The coffin was of unpolished Welsh oak, with heavy silvered fittings.

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