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SUDDEN DEATH OF CANON EDWARDS, OF RUABON.—We regret to record the decease of Canon Edwards, who died suddenly on Wednes- day at Ruabon Vicarage. He had been in failing health for some time, and underwent a long course of baths at Llandrindod Wells, his parochial duties being undertaken by his brother, the Bishop of St. Asapb, who resided at Ruabon Vicarage, and for many months was both bishop and vicar. After recruiting, Canon Edwards returned, and temporarily undertook parochial duties pending the arrival of his successor, the Rev. E. Roderick, Mold. Canon Edwards was busily engaged among his parishioners on Tuesday, and attended a meeting at Wrexham. He was a strong educationist, and took special interest in the disestablishment question. He was thirty-five years vicar of Ruabon. The funeral took place at Ruabon on Saturday. The chief mourners were Mrs. Elphinstone Erskine (daughter), Miss Marie Edwards (daughter), Mrs. Tizard (daughter), Mrs. Green (daughter), Mrs. James Lewis (sister), the Bishop of St. Asaph and the Rev. W. Edwards (brothers), Mr. E. W. W. Edwards (son), General Erskine, Commander Tizard, and Mr. H. Green (sons-in-law). Among those also present were Sir W. W. Wyun', Colonel H. R. Hughes, Colonel Creek, Depot, Wrexham; Sir R. E. Egerton, Mrs. Owen Slaney Wynne, the Revs. Canon Trevor Owen, Llangedwyn; Canon Fletcher, Wrexham; E. M. Roderick, Ruabon; J. W. Unwin, Overton; L. D. Jenkins, Penycoe; A. L. Taylor, Ruabon T. H. Evans, Minera; Ll. Wynne Jones, Wrex- ham; Dan Davies, Brymbo; Chesshyr Walker, Ruabon; J. W. Thomas, Rhosymedre; T. Pritchard, Rhos; H. Williams, Pontyfodog; W. Edwards, Bangor; and T. LI. Griffith, Deal; Mr. Peter Ormrod, Mrs. E. Lloyd, Edwards, Trevor Mr. E. Lloyd Jones, Rhorymedre; Dr. Lawton, Ruabon; and Mr. T. E. Bushby, Trevor. Among those who sent wreaths were I the Dowager Lady Williams Wynn and Lady Williams Wynn.

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