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FUNERAL OF THE LATE MRS. .LEWIS,…

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FUNERAL OF THE LATE MRS. LEWIS, SEASIDE. The funeral of the late Mrs. Catherine Lewis, Airybryn Honse, Seaside, took place on the 27th of March. She was an old and esteemed communi- cant at St. Paul's Church. Until the day of her death she had enjoyed health beyond the natural expectation of those who have passed forescore years. She was taken ill suddenly on the Tuesday of last week at 6 p.m. Medical attendance WHS called in, but speedy unconsciousness and death supervened in spite of the attendance of the doctor and she departed this life peacefully about three hours after her seizure, in the house of her young- est daughter, the wife of Mr. Henry Evans, Airybryn House, with whom she had lived for nearly twenty years. A meeting was held on Friday evening, when the vicar, assisted by lay helpers, including Mr. D. P. Davies, Delabeche-street, churchwarden of St. Paul's, conducted a "gwyloes." The funeral was attended by many sympathising friends and relatives. Wreaths were sent by friends and relatives. A beautiful crown of flowers came from Mrs- Henshall, Wern Villa, and a cross from her sorrow- ing daughter, Mrs. Jane Evans, Airybryn. The Rev. Philip Rees, who was present when Mrs Rees died, read and prayed in the house on the occasion of the funeral, and the vioar and his three colleagues (the Revs. Philip Rees, Ivor Jones, and T. A. Jones) jointly took the senioe in Church and at the grave. For the last six yeaars the deceased was the recipient of the Queen's Bounty. It is remark- able that Mrs. Lewis leaves behiad her two sons, two daughters, 47 grand children, and 50 great grand children.

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