WESTERN MAIL SATURDAY DECEMBER 4. 1926. No. 287
MR. MORRIS BENJAMIN JEFFRIES, LLANELLY.
Mr. Morris Benjamin JEFFRIES (otherwise Morris BENJAMIN), of 19, Green Villas,
Llanelly, paper dealer and glass merchant, who died on June 4, aged 47 years,
left estate of the gross value of £6,192, with net personalty £5,779. Testator
left £200 and his consumable stores to his wife, £100 to his nephew Isaac Hyman
BENJAMIN, and the residue of the property in trust for his wife for life with
remainder to his children or their issue in equal shares.
SHEEP-SCAB FINES-Four Farmers Before Llanilar Justices.
John and William JENKINS, Bryngarw Farm, Llanilar, were fined £6 1s.; David
EDWARDS, Tynfron, Llanfihangel-y- Crenddyr, £3 1s., and Thomas MORGAN, Eisteddfa
Fach, Llangurig, £6 1s. at Llanilar Sessions on Friday for failing to report
CHILD KILLED BY CAR.
Trevor BROOKS (8), of 287, Brithwaunydd-road, Caemawr was knocked down and
killed by a motor-car on Friday.
FUNERAL OF MR. J. DAVIES, LLANDILO.
The funeral took place at the Llandilofawr Parish Church on Friday of Mr. John
DAVIES, 3, Rhosmaen-street, Llandilo. The officiating clergy were the Revs. W.
Arthur JONES (vicar of Cwmamman), D. R. G. DAVIES and David DAVIES (curates of
Llandilofawr), and T. J. OLIVER (curate of Llandebie). Other ministers present
were the Revs. Ben DAVIES (Capel Newydd) and G. Edmund WILLIAMS.
The chief mourners were:- Llewellyn, Charles, George, Tom, Johnny, Louis and
Rees DAVIES (sons), T. and C. DAVIES (brothers), W. and G. DAVIES, E. GABRIEL
and G. DAVIES (grandsons), and John LLEWELLYN, Taliesyn, George, and Goronwy
FUNERAL OF MRS. S. CHERRINGTON, LLANGIBBY.
The funeral of Mrs. S. CHERRINGTON, wife of Archdeacon CHERRINGTON (Bishop
designate of Waikato, New Zealand), and daughter of the late Mr. W. C.
ADDAMS-WILLIAMS, Llangibby, took place at Llangibby Churchyard. The officiating
clergy were the Rev. H. ADDAMS-WILLIAMS (formerly rector of Llangibby, and
cousin of Mrs. CHERRINGTON), the Rev. A. L. OSMAN (rector of Llangibby), and the
Rev. J. R. PHILLIPS (vicar of Llanfrechfa).
The chief mourners were Mr. and Mrs. J. ADDAMS-WILLIAMS, Usk (brother and
sister-in-law); Mrs. and Miss TAYLOR, Kensington (sister and niece); Mr. C.
ADDAMS-WILLIAMS and Col. L. ADDAMS-WILLIAMS, Llangibby (brothers); Gen. Sir
Godfrey ADDAMS-WILLIAMS, Major Albert ADDAMS-WILLIAMS, Llangibby Castle; the
Rev. Herbert CHERRINGTON; Mrs. J. BUDGEN, Gwelhog; Mr. and Mrs. CHERRINGTON,
London; Mr. and Mrs. J. BRIGGS, Monmouth; Major and Mrs. A. TWEEDY, Monmouth;
and Mr. H. ADDAMS-WILLIAMS, J.P. Usk.
FUNERAL OF DR. JAMES ROWLAND ESSEX, PONTYPOOL.
The funeral of Dr. James Rowland ESSEX, J.P., of The Woodlands, Pontypool,
took place at Trevithin on Friday, the Ven.D. E. ROBERTS, M.A., Archdeacon of
Monmouth, and the Rev. T. H. WILLIAMS officiating.
The chief mourners were: Mr. and Mrs. T. H. DEAKIN, Park End (brother-in-law
and sister), Mrs. NICHOLLS, Sheffield (niece), Mr. Carl DEAKIN (nephew), the
Misses CORBETT and Mr. Andrew CORBETT (nieces and nephew), Col. D. Ellis
WILLIAMS, Griffithstown, Mr. J. A. WILSON, Newport, Mrs. T. B. R. WILSON,
Newport, Major THOMPSON, Newport, Mr. W. H. V. BYTHWAY, Pontypool, and Mr. H. M.
BYTHWAY, Caerleon. The bearers were Messrs. G. MITCHELL, J. MITCHELL, W. MORGAN,
Ll, GUNTER, W. VAUX, W. CHAMBERS, T. DAVIES, and R. EDWARDS.
Others present included Dr. R. J. S. VERITY, Abersychan, Mr. Godfrey E. JONES,
J.P., Mr. A. M. PILLINER, J.P., Major A. SALE.