Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

11 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

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R H Y L. 'I' ILLNESS OF THE REV. J. WILLIAMS. Our readers will learn with sorrow that the well-known and veteran divine, the Rev. John Williams, has been seriously ill this week. In- deed, he was so bad in the early part of the week, and at his great age, that considerable doubt", were entertained as to his prospects of recovery. However, we are very pleased to understand from inquiries made by our Rhyl representative on Thursday night, that a decided change for the better has taken place in the venerable patient's condition. May he soon recover his wonted strength is our earnest prayer. DEATH OF AN OLD INHABITANT. We are sorry to have to announce the death of Mr. Edward Davies, builder, Church Street, which took place on Friday last, February 5th. When on his way home, the previous Tuesday, he was struck with an appopletic fit, and never recovered consciousness till he expired, on Fri- day, although he got the best possible medical aid. He was 76 years of age. He came to re- side to Rhyl about 60 years ago, from Llansan- nan. In his earliest days, he was engaged in the building trade with the late Mr. William Morris, at whose death he carried on the busi- ness himself. Probably he has had to do with more buildings and basements than any other man in the town. There was no member of Clwyd Street C.M. chapel more faithful than the deceased. He has left a widow to mourn his loss, together with several relations. The interment took place last Tuesday, at the New Cemetery, when the Rev. S. T. Jones officiated at the house; and at the grave, by the Revs. J. Verrier Jones and R. Richards.

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