Western Mail Monday October 25. 1926. (No. 97.)
ROLL OF HONOUR.
GIBBS.- In Loving Memory of Arthur, beloved son of Joseph and Florence GIBBS,
Cowbridge, died Prisoner of War in Germany October 24th 1918.- Never forgotten
by Father, Mother, Sister, and Brothers.
LEWIS.- In Loving Memory of my dear brother, Pte. Tom LEWIS, 2nd Welch Regiment,
late of 60, Kenry-street, Tonypandy, Killed at Ypres October 24th, 1914.- Fondly
remembered by his sister and brother-in-law, Hannah and Will NICHOLAS; also
Nephews and Nieces.- Ever remembered by all.
PIPER.- To the Memory of dear Harry, who fell at Givenchy October 23, 1914.-
Noah and Lily, Pentwyn.
MOORES.- On 17th October, at Glenview, Llanwrtyd Wells, Breconshire, to Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. L. MOORES, a son.
MORGAN - MACKINTOSH.- The engagement is announced between Hywel Glyn,
Barrister-at-Law, Crown Counsel, Gold Coast, West Africa, only son of Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas MORGAN, Redlands, Gladstone-road, Barry, and Lilian Sara, only
daughter of the Rev. W. D. I. and Mrs. MACKINTOSH, Holy Trinity Vicarage,
Pontnewydd, Newport, Mon.
DAVIES - DAVIES.- On October 20th, at Bangor Cathedral, by the Rev. Canon
Lincoln LEWIS, assisted by the Rev. Lewis JENKINS, Vicar of Bangor, the Rev. D.
DAVIES, Vicar of Nevern, to Bessie DAVIES, of the staff of Bangor Normal
DAVID.- On October 23rd, at sister's residence, St. Bride's-road, Aberkenfig,
Edward DAVID, late Llest Farm. Funeral Wednesday, 3.30. for St. John's; G. O.
DAVIES.- On October 23rd, at 1, Donald-street, Cardiff, Mabel, the beloved wife
of James DAVIES, and only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. DANDO. Funeral Wednesday,
2.30 p.m.; G.O.
JONES.- On October 22nd, at 31, Seymour-street, Aberdare, Elizabeth, beloved
wife of J. Emlyn JONES. Funeral Tuesday, at 1.30p.m. strictly private.
LEWIS.- October 22nd, at 21, Stanwell-road, Penarth, Frances Mary,
dearly-beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Dyer LEWIS. Service Eleven a.m.,
Tuesday, St. Augustine's Church, Penarth; burial Mumbles Cemetery Two p.m.