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FUNERAL OF MADAME EDITH WYNNE.

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FUNERAL OF MADAME EDITH WYNNE. The remains of Mrs. Agabeg (Miss Edith Wynne) were laid to rest on Thursday, the 28th ult., in West Hampstead Cemetery. The funeral procession left the residence of the deceased lady in N ewtown Gardens, West Kensington, shortly before 11 o'clock, the open hearse which bore the coffin being covered with floral wreaths, crosses, crowns, harps, and other emblems sent by relations and friends, including the following:—Mr John Thomas (harpist to the Queen), the Misses Howell (Rhiewport, Montgomery- shire), Mr. and Mrs. Matthison, Mr. and Mr-. Ganz, Mrs. Mary Davies, Miss Macmillan, Major Sumner, Mr. and Mrs. R. Wynne, Mrs. Hollman, Mr. Ben Davies, Miss Agabeg, and Lieutenant and Mrs. Wynne Hanna. The pretty cemetery at West Hampstead was reached shortly after noon, and a service at once effective and devotional was conducted by the Rev. E. Killin Roberts. The princi- pal mourners were Mr. Robert Wynne (brother), Mr. B. N. Davies (cousin), Mrs. Hoyland and Mrs. Matthison (sisters), and Mr. J. Thomas. Two Welsh hymns were sung at the graveside by the Penrhyn choir in a most impressive manner.

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