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I Milford Haven -News.



OBITUARY NOTICES. I MRS. PHOEBE JAMES, HAVERFORDWEST. We regret to record the death of Mrs Phcebe James, which took place on the 19th inst. at the residence of her nieces, the Misses Griffiths, Victoria Place, Haverfordwest. Mrs James, who had attained the ripe old age of 82 years, was the relict of the late Mr John James, a well-known builder and carpenter, who carried on business for many years in the villages of Johnston and Rosemarket. Upon her husband's death about eight years ago, Mrs James went to reside with Mr and Mrs Griffiths (her sister) at Little Clarboro', and subsequently on the death of Mrs Griffiths, she removed to Victoria Place, where she passed away as stated after an illness of short duration. The funeral took place at South Dairy on Sunday afternoon, the Rev. W. R. Lewis officiating. NEYLAND'S OLDEST INHABITANT. I ±ne ueatn 01 Neyland's oldest inhabitant TOOK place on Christmas Day at the age of 95. Mr Lisle spent the greater portion of his life at sea. He was friendly with the lady who afterwards became his wife before he first went to sea. He married her twenty years later. She predeceased him many years ago. He was a faithful member of the Independent Church which he constantly attended until his last illness. MRS HARRIES, HAZELBEACH. We regret to have to record the death of Mrs I Harries, the wife of Mr Harries of Hazelbeach. The deceased, who was 68 years of age, was a faith- ful member of the Independent Church. DEATH OF MRS. THOMAS, I CASTLEMORRIS. We much regret to record the death of Mrs. Thomas, the Post Office, Castlemorris, and of "Frondeg," 11, Queen's-parade, Tenby, which took place very suddenly while on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Stephens, at Radyr, near Cardiff. She had bee eh. suffering for a long period from heart failure, so that at last the end carne quite unexpectedly. Her mortal re- mains were conveyed by train on Wednesday week to Letterston station, hence by hearse to Castle- morris, where a short, service was held. Her minister, the Rev. Llewellyn Davies, Trevine (where she had always been a faithful member) read her favourite Psalm, the 103rd, and the Rev. H. Solva Thomas (Woodstock) engaged in prayer. The Rev. Jones (Lfangloffan) gave out a hymn; then the procession, which was a very large one, wended its way to Mathry, her last resting place, when the vicar and the Rev W. Mendua (Haverfordwest) officiated at the church and graveside-both gentlemen speaking very highly of her noble character, as a good and kind wife and mother, and a devoted Christian. Her son, Harold, who is a war patient at Birmingham hospital, as well as Mrs. Thomas, of Sketty, the departed's only surviving sister were both unable to attend owing to indisposition. List of mourners: Mr E H Thomaa (husband), Mr and Mrs Lloyd Thomas, Radyr (daughter and son-in-law) Mr. and Mrs. E. Thomas, Lon- don (grand-daughter and son-in-law), Miss Margaret Thomas, Tenby (daughter), Mr and Mrs Griffiths Thomas, Castlemorris (son and daughter-in-law), Mr W R Thomas, Trellyffaint (nephew), Mrs Llewellyn, Clynderwen (cousin), Mrs Morgan, Miss Evans, Mr Henry Evans and Mr Nash, St. Davids (second cousins), Mr and Mrs J Davies, Penfeidir, and the Rev Mrs Solva Thomas, together with a large concourse irom iar and near. Floral tributes were sent by the following:— Father, Margaret and Harold; Edith and Floyd; Annie and Willie; Griff. and Betty; Mary and Nansi; Betty and Twinkle; Margaret and Edith; Mr and Mrs J M Thomas; Gladys and Una; Cousin Emily; Dr and Mrs Thomas; Horace; Mr and Mrs Murrell; Mrs G Jones; Mr and Mrs J Davies, Rosehill; Windy Hill and Hughie; Mr and Mrs W M Lewis; Capt and Mrs Owen.


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