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Children's Eisteddfod

IDeath of Mr. J. T. Southall,…

I Knighton Soldier

Rhayader Tribunal. I

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Rhayader Resignation.



ILate Mr Richard Morgan.I


I Late Mr Richard Morgan. I FUNERAL AT DOLAU. The funeral of the late Mr Richard Morgan, Llangunllo, and late of Cefncynfoel, Llandewy (whose death we reported in our last issue), took place at Dolau Baptist Chapel on Friday, and was attended by a large number of relatives and friends. The remains were conveyed from Great House to Llangunllo station on a farm waggon', which was dressed with evergreen and drawn by two black horses, and was afterwards taken by I train to Dolau. A short service was conducted at Great House by the Rev. J. W. Williams (vicar of Llan- gunllo) and the Rev. James Jones (Llandrindod Wells). The officiatiiig m 1Disters at Dolau were the Rev. H. 1. Jenkins (Gravel), Rev. W. Wil- liams fKnighton), Rev. W. D. Youn (Rock) and Rev. James Jones (Llandrindod Wells). The coffin, which was of oak with massive brass fittings, bore the inscription, "Richard Morgan, died March 13th. 1916, aged 82 years. I The chief mourners were Mr and Mrs E. Mor- gan, Great House (son and daughter-in-law). Mr and Mrs Morgan, Cefncynfoel (son and daughter- in-law), Mr and Mrs Pugh, Cwmderw (daughter and son-in-law), Mr Swancott, Farrington (son- in-law), Mr R. Swancott., Farrington (grandson), Misses Bessie, Gertie and Annie Swancott, Far- rington (grand-daughters), Mrs Morgan, Old Gate (grand-daughter), Master E. Morgan, Great House (grandson), Mr Pryce Morgan (grandson), Mrs Crowther, Stanton Lacy (niece), Mr J. Mor- gan, Shipton (nephew), Mr T. James. Llandrin- dod Wells (nephew), Mr Lloyd, Hill House (nephew), Mrs Jones, Treboeth (niece), Mrs Evans, Brook (niece), Mr Morgan. Tugford (nephew), and Mr and Mrs Watkins, Nantywel- lan. The bearers were Mr Swancott (Farrington). Mr T. James (Llandrindod Wells), Mr W. Wat- kins (Nantywellan), Mr Pugh (Cwmderw), Mr Lloyd (Hill House) and Mr Morgan (Tugford). Amongst those present were Rev. J. W. Wil- liams (Vicarage), Rev. H. I. Jenkins (Gravel). Rev. D. Young (Rock), Rev. James Jones (Llandrindod Wells), Rev. W. Williams (Knigh- ton). Mr A. R. A. Lane (Llandewy). Mr W. Watkins (Nantywellan). Mr J. Jones" (Treboeth), Mr P. Swancott (Farrington), Misses Swancott (Farrington), Mr W. Deakin (Llangunllo), Mr and Mrs W. Vaughan (4fcggy), Mr H. LI. Vaughan (Cloggy). Mr and Mrs Griffiths (Rock House), Mr and Mrs J. Morgan (Terrace), Mr Price (Llanidloes), Mr Watkins (Heartsease). Mr A. West (Llangunllo), Mr J. Tong (Llan- giinllo), Mr and Mrs J. Jones (Treboeth), Mr and Mrs J. Davies, Mr and Mrs R. Meredith, Mr J. G. Finney, Mr B. Swancott and Mr A. Wild- ing (Llangunllo), Mrs W. Williams (Lea Hall), Miss M. Lloyd (Bailey), Mr and Miss Jones (Cwmrobin). Mr W. Edwards (Upper farm), Mr and Mrs Watkins (Hopton Heath), Mr J. Wil- liams (Knucklas), Mr J. Watkins (Stormer Hall), Mrs Morris (Pound) and Mr W. Watkins (Pound). Wreaths were, sent by Edward and Tirzah. Mr Swancott and family (Farrington), Elsie, Annie, Owen, Myfanwy, Maria, Tilly and Mary, Miss P. Palfrey, Price and Edward, Leonard and Maria, J. and A. Jones (Treboeth), Mr and Mrs A. Lewis (Gravel), Mrs Evans, Mary Ann, Lizzie, Llewelyn and Stephen. The coffin was supplied by Mr A. Lewis (Gravel).

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