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LLANHARRY. j Death.—We regret to have to report the I death of Mrs. Jenkins, of Coedmawr Farm, Llanharry, which took place at her residence. Mrs. Jenkins had been ailing for a considerable time,. but was only confined to her bed a week before death. The Coedmawr family are well- known throughout the Vale, and the late Mrs. Jenkins was held in high esteem by a large number of friends. The funeral took place on the Tuesday following her death, at Pencoed. A large number of friends were seen making their way towards Coedmawr to pay their loyal tribute of respect. The services were conducted by Rev. Taliesin Williams, of Pontyclun, who is also pastor of Llanharry Congregational Church, of which the deceased was a faithful member. At Salem C.M. Chapel, Pencoed, a large number of friends joined the cortege, and Rev. W. Lewis (Salem), together with Rev. T. Williams, conducted a short service. Mrs. Jenkins leaves a husband and young son to mourn her death. Many messages of condo- lence have been received by Mr. Jenkins. The chief mourners were Mr. Jenkins and Master W. Jenkins, Miss Edmunds and Mr. Edmunds, Crofta, Mrs. Richards (Hendrewen).

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