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NEW VICAR OF BUILTH.

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NEW VICAR OF BUILTH. Rev. H. J. Church Jones, R.D. A very large number of people in the Brecon district will learn with pleasure of the well deserved preferment that h-it come to the Rev. H. J. Church Jones, R.D., vicar of Battle, and curate of S. John's and S. Mary's, Brecon. He has been offered by the trustees of the estate of the late Miss Clara Thomas, Llwynmadoc, the living of Builth, vacant by the transfer of the Rev. S. H, Wenham to Clyro, an 1 his accepted the appointment. The Mr Church Jones's clerical 1; has 1 en passed at Brecon and in the adjacent parish of Battle, and it is only stating common knowledge to say that lie has been an able and faithful parish priest and has done a great deal of good work, particu- larly amongst. the boys of the town, in whom he has always taken a generous and practical interest. The poor will miss in him a friend whose help was not confined to advice, and the town gener- ally will .suffer a great loss by his removal. Builth is to be congratulated on securing his services. It may be recalled that in 1915, to mark his com- pletion of 21 years' work at Brecon, Mr Church Jones was presented with a roll top desk and other articles subscribed for by a very large number of people of all classes. The new Vicar of Builth was educated at Christ College, Brecon, under the late Bishop Lloyd, of Bangor, and at S. John's College, Ox fowl, graduating B.A. (with Honours in Theology) in 1893, and taking his M.A. in 189G. He was ordained doacou in 1893, and licenced to the cmcy of S. John,s and S. Mary's, Bn: which he has held ever since. He made priest in 1894. In 1904 he was appointed Vicar I of Battle and in 1916 Rural Lean of I Brecon Part 1. He was elected a member of the Breconshire County Council and of the Brecon Board of Guardians in 1909, and is still serving on both bodies. He has been a member of the Governing Body of the Brecon County Schools for some years, is an elected member of the new Governing Body of the Church in Wales, and also I serves on many diocesan and other com- I mittees.

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