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Sir Philip James Rogers, of Newick, East Sussex, chairman of the Tobacco Research Council 1963-71, left estate valued at pounds 492,192 net. He left pounds 2,500 to the Nuffield Nursing Home, Brighton.

Col James Vaughan-Williams, of Swansea, Lord-Lieutenant of West Glamorgan 1985-88, left estate valued at pounds 223,886 net.

Mr David Henry Featherstonehaugh, of Abergele, Clwyd, left estate valued at pounds 3,773,597 net.

Mrs Joyce Mabel Beeby, of Hungerford, Berkshire, left estate valued at pounds 1,709,409 net.

Mrs Gwendoline Joan East, of Hindhead, Surrey, left estate valued at pounds 1,112,183 net.

Mr Charles Geoffrey Tate, of Slingsby, North Yorkshire, left estate valued at pounds 1,081,310 net.

Mr Anthony Rampton, of Petersham, Surrey, left estate valued at pounds 1,332,128 net.

Mr Robert Lane Bayne-Powell, of Borough Green, Kent, formerly Senior Registrar of the Family Division of the High Court of Justice, left estate valued at pounds 491,214 net. He left pounds 5,000 to St Mary's Church, Platt; pounds 2,500 and a miniature to the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge; pounds 1,000 each to the Athenaeum, London SW1, Cancer Research Campaign, Christian Aid and Save the Children Fund; pounds 500 to the Barristers Benevolent Association; and pounds 250 to St Mary's (Platt) Memorial Hall.

Mr Peter Claude Vaudrey Barker-Mill, of Wells, Somerset, left estate valued at pounds 2,221,565 net. He left pounds 100,000 to his Trustees for the benefit of Artspace, Bristol, provided they establish a gallery for exhibiting works of sculpture; pounds 30,000 to Save the Children; pounds 15,000 each to the National Art Collections Fund and Historic Churches Preservation Trust; pounds 7,500 each to the Greenpeace Environment Trust and Friends of the Earth Trust; and a Welsh embroidery of the Last Supper to the Victoria and Albert Museum.

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