Western Mail Saturday November 20. 1926 No. 220.
WESTCOTT.- On November 18th, at 5, Cerdin-avenue, Pontyclun. Fred WESTCOTT (late
of Bolgoed), age 70. Funeral Tuesday, 2.30, Talygarn; G.O.
PACKER.- On November 18th (suddenly), at a Cardiff Nursing Home, William John,
beloved husband of Sarah PACKER, Manager Drefach Colliery, Heol-y-Cyw. Funeral
Tuesday, leaving Brynheulog, Heol-y-Cyw 1.30 p.m., arriving New Cemetery,
Ton-yr-Efail, 2.30; G.O.
HIGGINS.- On November 19th, at 5, Victoria Park-road East. Isaac, the
dearly-loved husband of Elizabeth Rice HIGGINS. Funeral on Monday. Eleven a.m.;
GOSLING.- On November 18th, in University College Hospital, London, George
GOSLING, late of WEAVER and GOSLING, Charles-street, Cardiff.
GROVES.- On November 18th, at 162, Corporation-road, Elizabeth, beloved wife of
William Albert GROVES. Funeral leaves house for Ebenezer Hall at Two p.m.
Tuesday, 23rd, G.O.
DAVIES.- On November 16th, at 2, Albert-terrace, Maesteg, William Myrnach,
Mechanic Cwmdu Colliery, late of Ogmore Vale. Funeral Saturday leaving Maesteg
Two o'clock arriving Ogmore Vale Cemetery Three o'clock; G.O. N.F.
COOKE.-November 19th, at 15, Jenkin-street, Bridgend. John Evan COOKE, beloved
husband of Henrietta COOKE (son of the late John COOKE, Tailor, Nolton-street).
ASHILL.- November 19th, 1926. Brynffynon, Culfor-road, Lougher, Sarah ASHILL,
beloved wife of John ASHILL. Funeral Tuesday 2.15 p.m. for Kingsbridge Cemetery,
Gorseinon. G.O. N.F.
TURNER - EVIS. On November 20th, 1901, at Woodville-road, Baptist Chapel, by the
Rev. Carodoc GRIFFITHS. Captain W. F. TURNER son of the late Mr. and Mrs.
TURNER, of Whitby, to Elizabeth, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. EVIS, of
Cardiff. Present address: Shoreham, Upper Waterloo-road, Penylan.
WARREN.- November 16th, at Trentham Mount, Garndiffaith, Mon., to Dr. and Mrs.
H. H. WARREN, the gift of a daughter.
FRY.-On November 17, at 32, Hawthorne-road, Llandaff North to Jessie FRY (nee
BISSETT), wife of the late J. M. FRY. a daughter.
ROLL OF HONOUR.
PHILLIPS.- In Loving Memory of Cpl. Harold Ll. PHILLIPS. M.M.2/8 Lancashire
Fusileers, killed November 20th 1917, the dearly-beloved eldest son of Mr. and
Mrs. T. E. PHILLIPS, Plas-draw, Aberdare.
HOWELLS.- In Loving Memory of Sec-Lieut. J. E. HOWELLS (Tank Corps), son of Mr.
and Mrs. T. HOWELLS, Birchgrove Mountain Ash, killed in action at Cambrai,
November 20th, 1917.- Lovingly remembered by Dad, Mam, Ben, Arthur, and Wyn.