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ABERYSKIR. I

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ABERYSKIR. I We regret to record the death of the infant child of Mr and Mrs. Williams, Cilrydd, who after a brief illness, died on Thursday. The funeral took place on the following Saturday. The place of interment being Aberyscir Churchyard. A short service was conducted at the house by the Rev. W .)1. Saer, who also officiated at the Chapel and at the grave. Mrs L. James also took part in the service at the chapel, and suitable hymns were sung. The four young girls who acted as bearers were Misses E. Price, The Bridge. M. Morris. Cwmgwengae, E. Price, Werngof, and M. J. Amos, Pontfaen. The chief mourners were the father and mother, brother and sister, Mr and Mrs F. Lloyd, Pen- celly (uncle and aunt). Mr D. Williams, Pentwyn, Gwenddwr (uncle), and Mis; Lloyd, Vicarage, Merthyr Cvnog (aunt). Mr J. Powell, Aberyscir. was the under- taker. The sincere sympathy of their friends is ex- tended to the family in their sorrow.

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