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Funeral of Mr. John Marsan, I Rhos-on-Sea. 1 he funeral of Mr. John Marsan, of the Rhos Mews, who death was recorded in our last issue, took place at Llandrillo Church- yard OIl Thursday In the absence of the Vicar, the Rev. E. James-Evans, through illness, the Rev. John Griffiths, Vicar of Colwyn, officiated. The foliowing were the i-lourners:-I,irst Carriage: Mrs. Marsan (widow), Elsie and Frank (son and daughter), Miss Marsan (sister), Mr. W. Marsan (brother). Second carriage Mr. C. Marsan ibrother), Mrs. W. Marsan (sister-in-law), A. Marsan (nephew), Miss J. Winder (sister-in-law). Third carriage: Mr. T. II. Morgan, Mr. T. Jones and friends. Private carriages were sent by Mr. Brock, Mr. Wm. Ilorton, and Mr. Francis. Colwyn Bay also carriage contain- ing Mr. and Mrs. Woodyatt, and Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis, Llandudno, and carriage, Mr. Morrison, Victoria Park. Mr. David Hughes, organist, at the Church, played O rest 'in the Lord and "Dead March in Saul." List of Wreaths:—From his sorrowing Wife and Children In loving memory of our dear brother, from William, and Annie, and little Alfred, Bolton li-i loving n'ehory of our dear biother, from Charlie and Bessie, .and little Hilda, Bolton": "In loving memory of our dear brother, from his two sisters"; In loving memory of John, from his two sister-in-laws, Lizzie and Janie, Westcliffe" With kind sympathy from Mrs. Norri- liryii Cottage"; "With dQepsympathy from the Misses llarkei, Janie, Westcliffe With kind sympathy and sorrow, from the Vicar and Mrs. Evans il With deep sympathy, from Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Morgan, Cliffe Hnuse"; "With deep symoathy, from Miss Rother- ham, Angorfa With sympathy from Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Edgar and family, Cefn-y- .\I)rna(-Ii With deepest sympathy from Mrs. J. Hardy and Mrs. J. C. Craven, Stanton House, Aston-on-Nlersey In token of sympathy from Mrs. Ford and Miss Deakin, Elwy-road With sincere sym- pathy from MI. and Mrs. C. II. Deakin, Manchester"; With deepest sympathy from Mr. and Mrs. Lowe and family, Thorney Holme, Knutsford W ith deep sympathy from Mr. and Mrs. Morris, West- ward Ho From Richards, Jones, and Harry, stablemen, and Charlie and Tom, motormen, with sincere sympathy "With deepest sympathy from Mr. ]. H. Young, Southpoit With heartfelt sympathy from Mr. and Mrs H. F. Ashby, Penrhos Lodge"; "With deep sympathy from Nannie and the Children at Penrhos Lodge"; "With sympathy from E. S. Ilaslam. Rhos Preparatory School "From Mr. and Mrs. Arundale and family, with heartfelt sympathy" With sincere sym- pathy from his own friends, The Colwyn Bay Carriage Owner., With the Misses Hainsworths' sincere sympathy, Bronwyl- fa With deep sympathy from Mr. and Mrs. Marsland and family, Larldield"; With deepest sympathy fiom II. and Mrs. George E. Cragg, Rocklands "\Vith deepest sympathy from William Gresty, Victoria Park"; With deepest sympathy and in fondest memory of an esteemed friend, Mr. and Mrs. Evans, Mountain View Hotel"; "With deepest sympathy from Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stainton, Sea-view "With deepest sympathy from Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Jones, Everard-villa With much sym- pathy fiom Miss Morgan and Miss Annie Morgan, Rhos House In deep sym- pathy from Mrs R. J. Wood, and Miss F. Jones, Aberhod With sincere sympathy from Mrs. Alfred Shaw and Miss Shaw, Bryn Rodyn With true sympathy from Ethel M. Coates, Glan Conway With Mr. and Mrs. William Finigan's deepest sympathy, Riviera, Colwyn Bay Just a small bunch of remembrance from MI. Newton and staff, JUros"; With deepest sympathy from Mr. and Mrs. Hinton"; With sincere regret from Madame Jules Riviera, Brompton Avenue With sin- cere sympathy from Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jones and family, Spring Bank "Flowers from Mrs. Cross, Great Glen House, Leicester With love from little Jackie Cochrane, Ingleside, Everard-road Bunch of flowers from little Eddie Jones, Spring Bank"; With deepest sympathy from Mr. and Mrs. Morrison, Victoria Park." With deepest sympathy from Mr. Herbert Spenser, Longrnead With the deepest of sympathy from Mr. and Mrs. Brereton, Cheshire House, Rhos With sincere sympathy from Mrs. T. E. Hutchings, Ash- wood, Princes Drive With deepest sympathy from Mr. and Mrs. Evan Roberts, and Arthur, Bryn Coch With deepest sympathy from Mr. and Mrs. Cochrane, Ingleside In remembrance, with deep sympathy, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Palmer, Holly Bank, Lymm With deep sym- pathy from Miss Ethel Chambres, Wern Cottage"; WTith deepest sympathy from Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Higgin, Casablanca, Ling s-road With deep sympathy from Mr. and Mrs. Jordan, Vstley House, Ever- ard-road." A large number of the wreaths were prepared by Mr. Tom Jones, Spring Bank. Mis. Marsan and family desire to return their sincere thanks for the large number of tokens of sympathy and flowers, top numer- ous to acknowledge individually, received in their sad and sudden bereavement, and to say how grateful they are to one and all for such consolation in their deep sorrow.

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