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Trecastie Notes and News.


Trecastie Notes and News. [BY Novus iio-,iol. We regret to chronicle the sad death and burial of Mrs Elizabeth Jones, Cae'rathraw Farm, near Carnarvon, North Wales, and youngest daughter of Mr G. George and the late Mrs George, of Trawsllwyndu Farm, Cwmwysg, the deceased was a faithful member of Saron Congregational Chapel. Cwmwysg, before I she married and left for Carnarvon, and was greatly respected. Her mortal re- mains were conveyed from Carnarvon to Cwmwysg burial ground. A large num- her of relatives and friends were present, j Letters of sympathy were read by the pastor of Cwmwysg Chapel from Rev, and Mrs Stanley Jones, pastor of Salem Congregational Chapel, Carnarvon; also a ] letter from Salem Church members and j congregation. The officiating minister [ was the Rev. J. C. Jones, pastor of Cwmwysg Congregational Chapel. The coffin bore the following inscription, Elizabeth Jones, died August 12nd, 1919, ¡ aged 42 years. The chief mourners were her husband Mr W. R. Jones, Cae'rathraw, and his brother from Carnarvon Messrs. W. and P. George, Trawsllwyndu, brothers Mr G. George, father, who is over 84 years of age was unable to be present Messrs. T. and W. George, Castelldu, uncles Miss A. G. George, Castelldu Mr and Mrs Watkins, Brynmain Messrs. Tom and George George. Gellfau Mr and Mrs Jones, Pant Telych, Llandovery Mr and Mrs Davies, Heol-y-dwr, Cray Miss Jones, I Blaenau Mr and Mrs Morgan, Maesy- -reglwys, Glyntawe, cousins as well as I the following relatives, Messrs. George I and William Mathias, Cwmdwr Mr and Miss Hen won Jeffreys, Briton Ferry Mr Tom Morgan, Maeseglwys Miss Matthias, Abercrave Mr and Mrs Evans, Tirmawr, Trallong Mr and Mrs Evans, Stange. Llanddeusant Miss Thomas, Portis, etc. Refreshments were provided at the Vestry Room close by the Chapel for all those that attended the funeral from a distance. Mr J). Aaron Jones, youngest on of Mr and Mrs Thomas Jones, died last Saturday night and was buried last Wednesday afternoon at Llywel Church- yard, deceased who was in delicate health had been on active service abroad which undoubtedly hastened his end. A parish meeting was held last Thurs- day, evening in the Counoil School where a fair number of parishioners attended in order to make arrangements regarding the balance money of 920 9s. 6d. in hand after the peace celebrations. It was unanimously agreed that the two parishes is of Traianglas and Traianmawr secure a hearse for public use in the two parishes. The meeting was presided over by MrR. J. Brychan Jeffreys. Representatives from eaclf Church and Chapel were ap- pointed to form a Committee dealing with the question at once, and to secure an hearse at all early date.. The re- presentatives appointed were ds follows Rev. P. W. Green, Mr Wm. Edwards, Login House Rev. W. J. Teague and Mr Mr O. T. Harrys Howells, Pantglas Messrs. Goronwy Gomer Jones, Blaenau, and Roger Evans, Llwynmeurig Rev. D. H. Williams, and Mr D. Davies, Drain- duon Villas Rev. J. C. Jones and Mr Griff. Jones, Login Terrace Mr W. 0. Mathias, Gellfain Mr John Prytherch, Crugwbach Farm. Mr R. J., Brychan Jeffreys was appointed chairman; Rev J. C. Jones, treasurer and O. T. Harrys Howells, secretary.

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