The procession was formed, headed by the Dolgelley Brass Band, followed by two stuffed oxen. When the procession came into Dolgelley it was seen that the town was splendidly decorated, several triumphal arches having been built.
We the inhabitants of Llanfachreth Parish and the tenants of the Nannau Estate desire to offer you warmest congratulations, on the attainment of your majority...
“He was my greatest friend,” Sir Henry added, “and always tried to do good to everyone. If anyone was in trouble, he would do anything to help...”
Robert Vaughan, Knight of the British Empire, died on January 16th, 1941, at Garthmaelan, Dolgelley, Merioneth. A true democrat with a great heart has passed on to his Father.
Great Western Railway officials from Chester and other stations arrived by train at Dolgelley on Monday to pay the last tribute of respect to the late Sir Robert Vaughan, K.B.E., Garthmaelan, who was popularly known as “The railwaymen’s friend.”
The rejoicings were continued at Llanfachreth, in beautiful weather, on Tuesday morning. The servants of the House of Nannau assembled on the lawn to meet Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan, Mr. Robert Vaughan, and the various members of the family.