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KERRY: OBITUARY.—After a long and painful illness, borne with great fortitude, Mrs John Morgan, of Red House, passed away on the 27th ult. The late Mrs Morgan leaves a sorrowing husband and several children to mourn her loss, together with parents and many relatives at Aldress, Church- stoke. The remains were interred in Kerry Churchyard, on Monday, 31st October, and was largely attended. The Rev J. D. Hamer, Baptist minister, officiated at the house, while the service at the church and graveside was taken by the Rev Thomas Phillips, B.A., vicar. The under- taker was Mr D. Lewis, Newtown. The coffin was of oak, with brass mountings, and was made by Mr Maurice Arthur, Kerry. Many lovely floral tributes were sent by Sorrowing Husband and children, Mr and Mrs Yapp and Polly, Edward and Family,' George and Family,' pryce and Family,' Frank and Lucy" J. and A. Gwilt,' 'Mrs E, George, E. P. Wilding and Family, Family at New Inn,' Walter and Ede,' «Mr3 Saunders and Family," Jack and Maggie,' I Will, Emma, and Family, Maggie Ashbv, Auntie at Windy Hall,, I Tom and Mary Ann, at Block.' Nephews and Nieces, Newtown.'

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