Wills

Admiral Sir Richard George Alison Fitch, of Middleton-on-Sea, West Sussex, Chief of Naval Personnel, Second Sea Lord and Admiral President of the Royal Naval College, Greenwich 1986-88, left estate valued at pounds 303,744 net.

Sir John Arthur Stallworthy, of Gloucester, Nuffield Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Oxford University 1967-73, left estate valued at pounds 374,306 net. He left pounds 5,000 to the Lodge, Market Overton, Leicestershire, pounds 2,000 to Oriel College, Oxford, and pounds 1,000 to Headington School, Oxford, for their Bursary and Scholarship Fund.

Mrs Edna Mabel Morrison, of Helperby, North Yorkshire, left estate valued at pounds 42,222,909 net.

Mr Brian Henry Grosvenor Harris, of Andover, Hampshire, left estate valued at pounds 3,883,694 net. He left pounds 20,000 each to the Westhill Park School, Titchfield, Marlborough College, Wiltshire, and Pembroke College, Cambridge.

Mr Ronald Yorke Simpson, of Exmouth, Devon, left estate valued at pounds 2,212,655 net.

Faith Babette Richardson, of Dorking, Surrey, left estate valued at pounds 2,037,491 net.

Mr Lionel Ernest Cope, of Guildford, Surrey, left estate valued at pounds 1,178,637 net.

Mr Leonard Maurice Mason, of Beachamwell, Norfolk, left estate valued at pounds 1,731,527 net.

Mr George Ridgway, of Heswall, Merseyside, left estate valued at pounds 1,868,644 net.

Miss Kathleen Margaret Hollick, of Ashbourne, Derbyshire, left estate valued at pounds 1,153,359 net.

Mrs Amelia Lazarus, of London N6, left estate valued at pounds 1,178,929 net.

Mrs Margaret Leighton, of Bath, Avon, left estate valued at pounds 1,111,122 net.

Mr William Francis Algernon Stephenson, of Upper Wick, Worcestershire, left estate valued at pounds 2,174,136 net.

Mr Edgar Dudley Webb, of London SE3, left estate valued at pounds 1,743,022 net.

Mrs Mollie Emily Newman, of Chippenham, Wiltshire, left estate valued at pounds 1,091,898 net. After personal bequests of pounds 148,000 and effects, she left pounds 10,000 to St Mary's Church, Lower Seagry, for the upkeep of the churchyard, and the residue equally between the Donkey Sanctuary, Sidmouth, RSPB, PDSA and RSPCA.

Mr Henry Maliphant Williams, of Leiston, Suffolk, left estate valued at pounds 132,757 net. He left some pounds 10,000 to a personal legatee and the residue to the National Front.

Mrs Ellen Louisa Harris, left estate valued at pounds 495,655 net. After personal bequests of pounds 51,100 and effects, she left pounds 4,000 each to Christ Church, Tettenhall and St Mary Magdalene Church, Geddington, Northamptonshire, and the residue equally between the Compton Hospice, Wolverhampton, the Imperial Cancer Research Fund and the RNIB.

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