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Local Obituary. MRS. MARY JEREMY. The death took place on Christmas Day at Tegfan, Ftfynnonddrain, of Mrs. }\ûry Jeremy, widow of the late Mr. D:.vid Jeremy, builder, of Tegfan. Deceased, who was 71 years of age, had been in good health up to the week before she died. Of a genial and kind disposition, she was veil known and highly esteemed in the district of Ffynnonddrain. where she had always lived. She was a zealous and active member of Water-street C.M. Chapel, where she at- tended regularly and was one of those x-,io had the longest period of membership to her credit. The funeral took place on Saiur day, interment being made at Elim Con- gregational Chapel burial ground. rphe Rev. W. D. Rowlands, pastor of Wuier- street C.M. Chapel, officiated throughout. The chief mourners were:—Mr. and M is. J. J. Jeremy and Master Alun Jeremy, Tabernacle-terrace (son, daughter-in-law a-id grandson); Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Jeremy, St. Catherine-street (son and daughter-in-la vi; Mr. and Mrs. T. Griffiths, Mydrim (son-in- law and daughter); Mrs. Davies, (daughter); Mrs. Lewis, Tegfan (daughter); the Misses Lena and G. Jeremy (daughtei s). Deceased's only brother was unable to be present at the funeral owing to illness. MRS. L. SUTCLIFFE. We resrret to announce the death of Mrs. Letitia. Sutcliffe, widow of Mr. Charles Sutcliffe, timber merchant, 14, Picton-ter- race, which occurred on Tuesday, at the age of 72 years. Deceased suffered a lo'ig and painful illness, which she bore patient- ly. Mrs. Su'Jqlifi'e is survived by two daughters—Mrs. T Hughes, Liveifppol, and Mrs. Herbert A. Williams, Carmar- then—with whom much sympathy i. L h. The funeral, which will be private, will f take place this (Friday) afternoon at St. David's Churchyard. MR. JOHN EVANS. David's Churchyard. MR. JOHN EVANS. The death occurred on Friday, 23th ul">. of Mr. John Evans. 4, Qum-gtreet, at tie age of 59 years. Deceased, who had be >n ailing for some time, leaves a. widow w:th whom sympathy is felt. Mr. Evans was for the past eighteen years caretaker .}f the office of the Ofiicial Receiver in Bank- ruptcy, pirior to which he was a tailor in the employ of Mr. T. Conwil Evans. lie was a faithful member of Priordy Chapol. The funeral book place on Tuesday at Aberg-wili burial ground. The Rev. Keri Evans and Mr Parke Jones officiated at the house, and the. Rev D. Williams at ti e graveside. The chief mourners were: Mrs. Evans (widow); Mr. W. Evans, Glangw li (brother); Mr. and Mrs. John Evans I (brother and sister-in-law); Misses Hannau, Bessie and Christiana Evans (nieces); Mr. Joseph Evans, Glangwili (nephew); IMr. Joseph Evtins, Glangwili (nephew); Mr, Joseph Evtins, Glangwili (nephew); Mr, George, Bishop's Mill, Abergwili (nephew; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Evans, Sudden Farm, K'dwellv (nephew); Mr John Evans, Bwlchne>vvdd (nephew): Mir. and Miv. Owen, Golden Grove (nephew and niece); Mrs Evans, Tumble (cousin) Mrs. Sarah Jones. Mydrim (cousin); Mrs Sarah Davies, Glangwili (cou.,in,the widow wishes to thank all who sympathised with her in h. r I! sad bereavement. MR L. MORRIS Australia/. The death has occurred in hospital at Lithgow, Australia, on October 9th, of Mr. Joshua Lewis Morris, at the age of 73. Deceased was a native of Carmarthen, I being the son of the late Mr. Joshua Mor- ris, blacksmith, of Blue-Qfrc-et, and brother to Mr. Aneurin Morris, attendant at the Mental Hospital; while another brother, who was formerly manger of the Mineral Work. Carmarthen, now resides at Mil- ford Haven. The parents of the late Mr. Morris were prominent members of Taber- nacle Baptist Chapel when the late Rev. Hugh Jones was pastor. Deceased had visited Carmarthen a few years back Hi arrived at Australia 41 years ago, and lived at Orange for two years, and after wards went to Lithow. where he com. menced business as a contractor and archi- tect. He was responsible for Ihe erection of many important buildings in the town and supervised many others. In later years he relinquished the contracting busi- ness. and, with his son. Mr. H. P. Morris, devoted himself solely to architectural work. He was a well-read man, and possessed the poetical and musical Welsh temperament to the full He is survives, by a grown-up family of five softs and three daughters, his wife having' prede ceased him eighteen months before. MRS. M. PHILUPS It is with sincere regret that we record this week the death of Mrs. Mary Phillips, the beloved wife of Mr. Ben Phillips, tin- 7-1 ate worker. 65, Water-street (daughter ol the late Mr David Griffiths, tinman, Lam- mas-street, Carmarthen). The deceased had been in failing health for some con siderable time. She was of a sociable and affable disposition, and much respected by all with whom she came in contact. Last April 6he was taken to Cardiff, where her fcisters reside, for a change, but. despite thr tender care of her affectionate sis- ters, and all that medical skill could do, she passed away on Friday last, December ?3th, in her 44th year. The funeral tooK place on Wednesday, interment being made at Water-street Chapel burial ground, when her pastor fRev. W. D. Rowlands) offic,iated throughout The mouiners were: Mr. B. Philips (huiband); Austin and Louie Phillips 'children): Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Rees and Mr. and Mrs. S. Rees, Whit- church 'sisters and brcfthers-in-iaw); Mrs. B. Williams. Bargoed (sister); Pte. T. E. Griffiths, R.F.C. (brother); Mrs. M. A. Griffiths (step-mother); Mrs. M. James, Neath (aunt); G. M. Rees, E. M. Rees, Gvrwyn Rees, Betty Rees, Cardiff (nephews and nieces). There were a large number of wreaths from sympathising j friends and relatives. j MR. JAMES HEES. The funeral of Mr. James Rees, fitter, 49, Railway-terrace, Tumble, and formerly of 3, Parcmain-street, Carmarthen, who died on December 19th, took place at St. David's Churchyard on December 22nd. Deceased, who was well-known and highly- rofcJpected in the town, was 48 years of atre, and leaves a -widow and ten children, with whom deep sympathy is felt. He was the whom deep sympathy is felt. He was the eldest son of the late Mr. David Rees, fore- man fitter of the Old Foundry, Blue-street, MR. OWEN RICHARDS. There passed away at Priory House, Priory-street, on Wednesday, after a long i illness, an old and much respected inhabi- tant of the town, in the person of Mr. Owen Richards. Deceased was 85 years 01 ) age, and had been a faithful member of Penuel Baptist Church for very man- years. He was number one of the LoY3) Wayne Lodge (Manchester Unity). lie is survived by three sons and four daugh- ters. The funeral will take place on Mon- day, interment being made at Aberg-wih j Churchyard. I



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