WESTERN MAIL SATURDAY DECEMBER 11. 1926. No. 323.
REQUEST OF CLOTHES AND A PAIR OF BOOTS.
Mr. Joseph (otherwise Joseph David) WILLIAMS, of Aubrey Arms, Lower Cwmtyrch,
Ystradgynlais, licensed victualler, who died on October 31 last, left estate of
the gross value of £7,384 of which £1,999 is net personalty. Probate of the will
of August 19, 1926, has been granted to Mr. John WILLIAMS, of Alltygrug-road,
Ystalyfera; Mr. Philip WILLIAMS, of the same place, coal miner; and Mr. Stanley
ALEXANDER, of Victoria Cottage, Ystalyfera, solicitor. Testator left £40 each to
the executors of this will, £10, a pair of boots and a suit of clothes to
Benjamin DAVIES, and the residue of the property as to one-fortieth in trust to
pay 8s. a week to his father, and subject thereto, for his (testator's)
children, two-fortieths to his wife, three-fortieths in trust for his daughter,
Mary GAPE and her children, ten-fortieths in trust for his daughter Ethel DAVID
and her children, five-fortieths in trust for his daughter Vida WILLIAMS and her
children , and nineteen- fortieths in trust for his son Joseph DARDENELLES and
PORTHCAWL MINISTER'S NEW CHARGE.
The Rev. Emrys JONES, son of the Rev. D. C. JONES, formerly of Penygraig
Baptist Church, now of Porthcawl, in retirement, has accepted the pastorate of
Totnes Baptist Church.
Wanted a good reliable General: another maid kept.- Apply with references to
Mrs. W. H. WILLIAMS, Garth Celyn, Bridgend.
General for Modern House: references.- Mrs. DALRYMPLE, 26, Colchester-avenue,