Symud i'r prif gynnwys
Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

15 erthygl ar y dudalen hon






, Presentation to Dr. Roberts,…

------------Distressing Death…


Letters to the Editor.



. Working Men's Crubs.

Parish Council of Llantwit…

I. Funeral of Mr Evaq John,…


Funeral of Mr Evaq John, Yqyshir. On Thursday the mortal remains of Mr Evan Jchn were interred in the family vault at the historic graveyard of Groeswen Chapel. The deceased was 53 years of age, and was connec- ted with several of the families at Ynyshir, being brother to Mrs Thomas, Brynawel, and to Mrs Moses Powell. The funeral cortege, consisting of hearse and about 20 carriages, wended its way to Groeswen. The mourners included Mrs Thomas. Brynawel; Mr W. J. Thomas, Brynawel, and the Misses Thomas; Mr and Mrs Moses Powell, Master Emlyn and Tommy Powell, Miss Lala. Powell, Mrs Thomas, Cross Farm, Cardiff; Miss Thomas, Mr William John and family, Pantglas; M* Thomas John and Mrs John, Mr and Mrs Jen- kins, Rhydfelin; Mr David John, Rhydfelin; Mrs C. Jenkins, Mr W. Jenkins.and the Misses Jenkins, Mr and Mrs Jones, Mi* Thomas, Waunrhydd, Miss Thomas, Mr Thomas, Tyny- bryn. Amongst the general public we noticed Dr H. N. Davies. J.P.; Mrs Mathias, Green Meadow; Mr James Mathias, Navigation; Mrs John, Berw Road; Mrs Lewis, Berw Road; Mrs J. Thomas, wife of Mr J. Thomas, M.E., and Mrs Thomas, Mount Pleasant; Mr Lough- or, Mr Williams, grocer; Mr and Mrs Thomas, Canton; Mr and Mrs Hughes, cashier; Mr Leysbon and Miss Leyshon; Mr J. Abett and family, Mr S. Howells and family, Mr and Mrs Evans, Ynyshir Hotel; Mr W. Evans, Mao. chester House; Mr J. Price and Mr Evans, butcher. The singing was under the direction of the veteran Mr Gwilym Thomas. The fol- lowing rev. gentlemen officiated: Rev E. C. Dftvies, Yhyshir. pastor of the church, of which deceased was member; Rev E. O. Hughes, Rev T. C. Thomas (Groeswen), Rev D. G. Evans, Rhvdfelen; Mr Thomas Davies, Ynyshir, read the burial service of the Ancient Order of Foresters at the grave. The Rev E. C. Davies bore testimony to the upright, re- tiring, and modest demeanour of the deceased, who was extremely popular with his fellow- workmen.