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TALGARTH. I

LLANELLY. I

BUILTH WELLS. I

I LLANFRYNACH.

I LLANHAMLACH.

LLANAFAN-FAWR.I

HAY. I

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? LOWER CHAPEL. I

LLANDOVERY. !

LLANWRTYD WELLS.

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ABEREDW.

FRANKSBRIDGE.

YSTRADGYNLAIS.

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TAFFECHAN, I-

CEFN-Y-BEDD. I

PILLETH. I1511,

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NEWBRIDGE-ON-WYE. IT

THE "EXPRESS" DIARY. I J

LLANDEFAELOGFACH. I

LIBANUS..I

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TRETOWER. I

LLANGAMMARCH WELLS. I

TRECASTLE.-I

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TRECASTLE. OBITUARY.—The death has occurred of Mrs Eliza-betli Jenkins (daughter of Mr Morgan Dav- ies, late of the "Bear," Trecastle), who died at S't. James's Vicarage (the residence of her daughter, Mrs J. Lumley Davies) on the 6th inst. The remains were interred at Plumstead Ceme- tery on the 11th inst., the chief mourners being Rev. and Mrs J. Lumley Davies (daughter and son-in-law), Mrs Thomas Edwards, Dowlais (daughter), Mr D. M. Jenkins, Llanwrtyd (son), Miss Olwen Davies (grand-daughter), Dr. Ver- non Davies (nephew), and Rev. and Mrs Lloyd Davies, Charlton (nephew and niece). The ser- vices at the church (St. James's) and at the graveside were conducted by the Rev. Derman Christopherson (rural dean of Woolwich). Many 'beautiful floral tributes were received from re- latives and officials, congregation and various societies of St. James's Church, of which the Rev. J. Lumley Davies is vicar.

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