Mrs N P Davies

St Brides

Mrs N Peregrine Davies passed away peacefully at Lynnefield Residential Home on April 19. She was 95.

Nancy, born the fourth of five children, spent most of her young life in Robeston west and on leaving school she helped her parents, Walter and Phoebe Harries with their farm at Robeston hall and milk round in Milford Haven. Tiers Cross Chapel also played an important part in her young life.

In June 1943 she married Wilfred Davies of Leonardston farm and in the September of that year they moved to Little Hoaten Farm, St Brides. Together they built up a thriving business, growing early potatoes and developing a pedigree Friesian milking herd. Nancy was a loving mother to their two daughters, Jennifer and Linda and later especially enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren and great grandchildren. She was a cheerful, hardworking, home loving person who always extended a warm welcome to anyone visiting the farm.

When Wilfred passed away in 2001, she remained living independently at Hoaten until just a few months ago, being cared for by her family.

Left to mourn are Jennifer and Huw Davies, Linda and David Owen (daughters and sons-in-law); Jonathan and Helen Davies, Adrian Davies, Charles and Charlotte Owen, Lucy and Geoffrey Lewis (grandchildren and spouses); Rebecca and Edward Davies, Chloe and Sophie Owen, Megan, Ffion and Dylan Lewis (great grandchildren).

The large gathering of relatives and friends for the funeral at St Brides Church on April 30 reflected the love and regard in which Nancy was held. The service was officiated by father Andrew Johnson and the organist was Mrs Hilary Anderson. The eulogy was read by Mr David Bowen.

The bearers were Adrian Davies, Geoffrey Lewis, Phillip Harries and William Richards.

There were family flowers only with donations if so desired to St Brides Church or Tiers Cross United reformed Church to Mrs Christine Llewellin, Trewarren Farm, St Ishmaels, Haverfordwest SA62 3TJ.

The funeral arrangements were carried out by Fred Rees and Son, of Portfield Gate.

Mrs G M Richmond

Pembroke Dock

Mrs Gwynneth May Richmond of Gwyther Street, Pembroke Dock passed away on May 11 at her home.She was 91.

Originally from Pembroke Dock, Gwynneth worked as an accounts clerk for W L Silcox until her retirement.

Her main interests included golf, flower arranging, knitting, collecting trinkets and home cooking.

She was predeceased by her husband David S Richmond.

The family left to mourn and principal mourners are David and Suzanne (son and partner); Fliss (granddaughter).

The funeral service was held at Bethel Chapel, in Pembroke Dock followed by cremation at Parc Gwyn Crematorium in Narberth on May 31.

It was officiated by Rev Michael Bave.

The bearers were Daniel, Stewart, Dorian and George.

Donations for the Paul Sartori Foundation are c/o E C Thomas and Son, Funeral Directors, Zoar Chapel Funeral Home, Llanteg, Narberth SA67 8QH, who also carried out the funeral arrangements.