Symud i'r prif gynnwys
Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

15 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

Carmarthen Rural District…

Mewclmrch Parish,

Sudden Death at Abergwili.

Llaudilo Board of Guardians.



Dydd Pen Bhvydd fy Hun. I

Funeral of lev. Dr. Job, Conwil.


Funeral of lev. Dr. Job, Conwil. The funeral of the Rev Dr Job, Conwil, took placo at the C.M. Chapel, Conwil, on Monday afternoon, and was largely attended, relatives and friends coming from various parts of the Principality. At the house of the deceased, Panthwydog, there was a service, the officiating ministers being the Rev Thomas Soilo (Llandovery) and the Rev W. Mydrim Jones. Whilst the chapel choir and school children sang" Cawn gwrdd yn y Nef," the procession was formed, being headed by the children. Then followed ministers, the corpse, encased in a polished oak coffin, preceding the chief mourners, who were Mrs Job, widow Mr and Mrs D. Mausel Job, son and daughter-in-law, Conwil; Mr and Mrs J. T. Job, London, son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mis Evans, Hammersmith, son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Thomas, Pantan, son-in-law and daughter; Mr and Mrs Evans, Cardiff, son-in-law and daughter; Mr Edwin Job, London, son; Miss Margaret Job, daughter Mrs Jones, daughter, and two children, Conwil Rev J. T. Job, Aberdare, nephew; and Mr W. Mansel Job, Ammanford, nephew. At the chapel, which was densely crowded, a portion of Scripture was read by the Rev E. Davies, Carmarthen, and after prayer by the Rev S. Thomas, Blaenycoed, panegyrics were delivered by the Revs W. Prydderch, Swansea; J. Walters, St. Clears; Evan Phillips, NewcastIe-Emlyn E. Davies, Llanpumpsaint; —. James, Llanddarrog and Elvet Lewis, Llanelly the Rev D. G. Owen, Kidwelly, concluding with prayer, A sorrowful rendition of" Bydd myrdd o ryfeddodau was succeeded by tho inter- ment. At the graveside, which was bestrewn with beautiful floral tributes, the Rev; n. Salmon, Llansadwrn, spoke the farewell words amidst much genuine sympathy of the vast assembly, and the Rev Thomas Thomas, Llandovery, terminated the service with a heartfelt prayer. Amongst the folJowürswere the following ministers and laymen :—Revs R. Williams, Trinity, Llanelly; J. Morgan, Ferryside; John Owen, Burry Hort; R. Williams, Calvinistic Methodist student, Carmarthen; D. S. Davies, Carmarthen; J. G. Owens, Soar, Penybont; J. T. Davies, Llanstephan D. Williams, I-landilo; E. Davies, Carmarthen; J. James, Llandovery; E. Thomas, New- castle-Emlyn; J. Davies, Llandilo; n., Davies, Llanelly; T. Price, Brechfa; J. Walters, St. Clears D. J. Lewis, Ferryside; D. Pritchard, Pantyffynon; T. Phillips, Siloh; D. Q-. Owens, Kidwelly; Rheidol Davies, Carmarthen —. Rhydderch, Llandilo; W. Lewis, Ffynonhenry; D. Jones, Llanddewibrefl; D. Ricbard Cwm- duad J. B. Thomas, St. Cloars D. Picton Evans, Cilycwm; T. Glyn James, Academy, Llansawel; E. Davies, Llanpurnpsaint H. Jones, llandovery; T. E. Thomas, Llan- dovery J. Griffiths, Pembrey; W. D. Williams, Gower; T. O. Phillips, Newcastlo- Emlyn; S. Evans, Cwmdwyfran; J. R. Evans, Closygvaig; J. Boynon, Horeb, Kidwelly; B. F. Richards, Carmarthen Mydrim Jones, Llanelly D. Ivor Jenkins, Rhydcymer; E. Thomas, Newcastle-Emlyn E. Williams, Llanddeusant Martin Davies, Carmarthen JR. Salmon, Llansadwrn J. Williams, C.M. student, Nantgaredig Messrs T. D. Gregory, Itaac Davies, n. G. Davies, S. Harries, Presbyterian College, Carmarthen; Rev Elvet Lewis, Llanelly; Rev S. Thomas, Conwil Rev T. James, M.A., Llandyssul; Mr D. E. Stephens, solicitor, Trawsmawr; Dr Thomas, Conwil; Mr Z. D. Jones, Carmarthen Mr J. Lewis, Conwil; Mr H. Howell, J.P., Carmarthen; Mr Davies, Llanddarrog; Mr Stephens, j Lan Mr D. Maurice Jones, Carmarthen Mr Alfred Jones, Carmarthen; Mr Harries, draper, Carmarthen; Mr E. R. Evans, Anchor House, Carmarthen; Messrs Gabe, Davies, and Jones, Ammanford. On Sunday evening last, at Water-street Chapel schoolroom, in connection with the weekly meeting of the Carmarthen Total Abstinence Society, an In Memoriam" temperance meeting to the late Dr Job, of Conwil, was held. The chair was taken by Mr Evans, Dolgwilly, and the attendance was large. Mr E. Jones, Presbyterian College, opened the meeting by prayer. Addresses were given by the Chairman, Revs Edward Davies, D. S. Davies, and E. Ungoed Thomas. During the meeting, Mr J. Lewis, J.P., Johnstown, read a letter received from the Rev D. Cadvan Jones, expressing his regret at his inability to be present (owing to ill-health). Revs W. Lewis, Zion J. Harry, W. S. Jones, Penuel, and B. F. Richards also failed to be present. Suitable hymns were sung during the evening.


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