Western Mail Monday June 28 1926.
THOMAS - McAULEY.
The marriage was solemnised at Llandaff Cathredal on Saturday of Mr. R. Baden THOMAS,
younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Watkin THOMAS, 18, Ely-road, Llandaff, and Miss Phyllis J.
McCAULEY, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. McCAULEY, 102, Splott-road, Cardiff. The
bride was dressed in chenille, with crinoline hat to match. The bridemaid was Miss Winnie
RICHARDS, and two little nieces of the bride, Miss Hazel CROSSMAN and Miss Joan McAULEY,
were also in attendance. The best man was Mr. Austin H. LEWIS. The officiating clergyman
was the Rev. Akrill JONES.
After a reception at St. Illtyd's-hall Mr. and Mrs. Baden THOMAS left for Torquay,
where the honeymoon is being spent.
GRIFFITHS - MORGAN-DAVIES.
The wedding took place at Beulah Congergational Church Rwiwbina, on Saturday of Mr.
Charles William GRIFFITHS, of Clent, Worcestershire, and of the city treasurer's
department, Cardiff, to Miss Ceridwen MORGAN-DAVIES, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs..
William MORGAN-DAVIES, of 26, Merthyr-road, Whitchurch.
The Rev. D. G. REES (Rhiwbina), assisted by the Rev. Samuel JONES (pastor) officiated.
A charming dress of ivory georgette and lace embroidered in silver, with a fish tail train
underlined with green georgette, was worn by the bride, whose veil of ivory net, lent by
her mother, was held in place with a tiarra head-dress of orange blossom, white heather,
Attending the bride were Miss Gwenerys MORGAN-DAVIES (sister) and Miss Lynda Mary
GRIFFITHS (Penarth), cousin of the bride. Mr. Glyndwr MORGAN-DAVIES (brother of the bride)
was best man, and Meesrs. Donald and Alan DAY (cousins of the bride) were groomsmen.
A reception was subsequently held at the cafe of Messrs. David MORGAN (Limited), Cardiff.
The honeymoon is being spent in Torquay.
Mr. William J. COLE, victim of the Ebbw Vale tragedy, was buried at Aberdare Cemetery on
Saturday. The funeral was strictly private at Ebbw Vale, and only about a dozen chief
officials of the company, in addition to a few personal friends, were present.
As the cortege left Ebbw Vale it passed through crowded streets of bare-headed
The funeral took place at Treorky Cemetery on Saturday of Mrs. E. MORGAN, widow of the
late Mr. David Morgan, builder, Ton Pentre. The Revs. D.L. REES, B.A., B.D.,- Thomas T.
DAVIES, and J.W. THOMAS officiated. The chief mourners were Councillor W. MORGAN and Mr.
D.T. MORGAN (sons), Messrs. Seth, Gwyn, and David MORGAN (grandsons), Messrs. W. JOHNS,
Penllergaer; W. JENKINS, Haverfordwest; J. GERMINE, S.G. GERMINE, and F. DAIRRYMPLE,
The death has taken place at the Pontypridd Cottage Hospital of Capt. Frank Mansel KITTO,
M.C., of Tresilian, Pontypridd. Capt. KITTO, who was 28 years of age, met with a
motor-cycle accident last August, from which he never actually recovered. During the war
he joined the Labour Battalion, being later transferred to the Royal Air Force, in which
he was promoted to the rank of captain. He was the son of Mrs. KITTO and the late Mr. J.B.
KITTO, of Aberystwyth, and was employed on the staff of the English Electrical Company at
The death has taken place in his eighty-third year of Mr. James DAVIES, a retired Aberdare
draper. At the time of his death he was living with his daughter, Mrs. BURKLE, at 49,
Llwynon-road, Oakdale, Blackwood. For a long period Mr. DAVIES had conducted business on
his own premises. Commerce House, in Commercial-street, Aberdare, and he retired 25 years
ago. Mr. DAVIES was a prominent Calvanistic Methodist. Mrs. DAVIES predeceased him some