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I Radnorshire's M.O.H.

Radnorshire Tribunal. I

.Funeral at Knighton.-I


Funeral at Knighton. I THE LATE MR THOMAS STEPHENS, KNIGHTON. I The funeral of Mr Thomas Stephens, Jenkinalis farm, Knighton (whose death we recorded last week), took place on Tuesday afternoon. At the family resi- dence, about 1J miles from the town. Rev. T. R. Broad (Victoria Road Baptist Church) conducted a short ser- vice, after which the procession wended its way to Knighton. The family mourners and others were Mrs Stephens (widow), Mr and Mrs Wilkins (son-in-law and daugh- ter), Mr and Mrs Franklin (son-in-law and daughter), Mr and Mrs J. R. Bache (brother-in-law and sister), Messrs. J. and B. Murdock (brothers-in-law), Mr J. Edwards (Barton, Kington), Mr E. Thomas (Coed-y- Hendre), Mr R. Bache (Lyonshall), Mr R. W. Bache (Great Quebb), Messrs. C. Davies, G. H. Medlicott and E. Davies (Knighton), Mr A. Davits (Goitre), Mr J. Reeve (United Counties' Bank), Mr G. Collins (Gwern- affel), Mr W. Williams (Upper Woodhouse), Mr and Mrs E. Probert (Lower Woodhouse), Mrs Beavan (Bowdlers farm), Mrs Bright (The Firs), Mr C. Evans, Mr W. A .Collins, Mr J. Cartwright, Mr and Mrs Wat- kins (Westwood), Mrs Phillips, Mrs Shaw, Mr J. E. Lewis (Knighton), Messrs. G. Thomas, Beresford, S. Thomas (Blaenydre), W. Lewis and F. Moseley (Knigh- ton). A numerous company of friends was assembled at the Wesleyan Church, where the Rev. A. D. Baskerville (superintendent minister) conducted the service. The hymns, "Rock of Ages" and "When I survey the won- drous Cross," were sung, and Mrs G. H. Medlicott im- pressively played the dead march in "Saul" on the organ as the procession left the church. At the ceme- tery. the committal service was read by Rev. A. D. Baskerville and the prayer offered by Rev. T. R. Broad. Mr Meredith Thomas was the undertaker, and the cof- fin was made by Mr W. Weale. The bearers were Messrs. P. Swancott (Farrington), P. Beavan (Bowdlers farm), A. Whittall (Knighton). J. Palfrey (Llanshay), A. Pugh (The Grove) and W. Xicholls (Bryncalled). A beautiful collection of floral tributes were placed on the grave, viz. From his sorrowing wife. In loving remembrance of dear father, from Mr and Mrs Wilkins. With loving memory of dear father, from Mr and Mrs Franklin. In loving memory of our dear brother, from Mr and Mrs J. R. Bache. With deepest sympathy, from Mr and Mrs J. Murdock. With love from his little grand-children, Geoffrey and Douglas. With deep sympathy, from Mr John Edwards, Barton. With kind remembrance, from Sir Francis Edwards.M.P. With sincere sympathy, from Mr and Mrs Williams, Upper Woodhouse. With deepest sympathy from Mr John Reeve. With deepest sympathy, from Mr P. Swancott and family. With deepest sympathy, from Mr and Mrs Meredith Thomas and family. In loving memory, from V.E.B. With deep sympathy, from Mr A. M. Pugh. With Mr and Mrs Rowland Tench's sympathy. With heartfelt love, from two workmen. Arthur and Edmund Davies. 967

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