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LLANELIDAN. ,R DEATH AND FUNERAL or JOHN EDWARDS. We very much regret to announces j0ok of the above named gentleman, w W place at his residence on Saturday pas Edwards had been aUing for soffie ^jgfcr10 The deceased was widely known ini. postO10, For some years past, he had held t ^flg tership at Llanelidan where a pore8^% Deacon in the Baptist capel, ann ,fnCoa1i his district as a Governor of the «e»rS rte School. Mr. Edwards was only age, and his death at a comparative y^otlt t has caused a painful sensation thr » jaCe neighbourhood. The funeral too r^eieiy "Wednesday last at Pandy chape j,jjc re The attendance of the general P ra tfe, unusually large. The chief mon' Bdvi,ar,s' Mrs. Edwards (widow), Mr.- Robe gj^ra1' Mr. Thomas Edwards, Mr. R- „i"jrian > „d brothers, Mrs. M. Williams, Llan r(j9, & r Roberts, Hendre; Miss Polly rPftt ni10* Miss Lizzie Edwards (sister). A g ^rro^1 of floral tributes were received fr° frig ids.

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