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Mr Basil Muir Langton-Dodds, of Stratford-on-Avon, Warwickshire, the actor (Lord Bellamy in the television saga Upstairs Downstairs), left estate valued at pounds 118,187 net.

Professor John Kenneth Sinclair St Joseph, of Histon, Cambridgeshire, the archaeologist, left estate valued at pounds 1,220,390 net. On the death of his wife he left pounds 150,000 to Selwyn College, Cambridge, to endow a Junior Fellowship, for research in European archaeology (preferably the Roman period), ancient or medieval history, ecology of plants and/or animals, or remote sensing and geology.

Mr Bernard Ernest Friend, of Bray, Berkshire, finance director of British Aerospace 1972-88, left estate valued at pounds 543,078 net. He left pounds 1,000 each to Action Research for the Crippled Child, Byfleet Branch, Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital Fund, London WC1, the RNIB, for the benefit of children, and National Deaf Children's Society.

Mr Ernest Charles Daley, of Malmesbury, Wiltshire, left estate valued at pounds 2,376,760 net.

Mr Edwin Hugh Markham, of Colchester, Essex, left estate valued at pounds 1,890,951 net.

Mr William Mackman Clayson, of Potters Bar, Hertfordshire, left estate valued at pounds 3,465,505 net. He left pounds 2,000 to the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain, half for the Benevolent Fund and half for the Birdsgrove House Fund, and pounds 1,000 each to Christ Church, Little Heath, Potters Bar and Save the Children Fund.

Mr Samuel Parkinson, of Bowness on Windermere, Cumbria, left estate valued at pounds 2,110,131 net. He left a few personal and other bequests, and the residue to 'The Samuel and Freda Parkinson Charitable Trust', created for general charitable purposes.