Saturday 05 February 1994
Sir Maurice Henry Dorman, of Overton, Wiltshire, former Governor-General of Sierra Leone, left estate valued at pounds 220,648 net.
Mr Peter Richard Carstairs Coni, of London SW1, Chairman, Amateur Rowing Association 1970-77 and of the Henley Regatta 1977-93, left estate valued at pounds 579,116 net. He left pounds 25,000 each to the London Rowing Club, the Stewards Charitable Trust of Henley Royal Regatta and the Amateur Rowing Association, pounds 10,000 each to the Rowing Foundation, the Contemporary Dance Trust and Crusaid, pounds 2,500 each to the Worshipful Company of Needlemakers and the Company of Watermen and Lightermen, pounds 1,000 each to the Athenaeum Club and Garrick Club, a number of personal bequests, and the remainder equally between two nieces, the Stewards Charitable Trust of Henley Royal Regatta, the London Rowing Club and Amateur Rowing Association.
Susannah Jane Lamplugh, of London SW15, who died on or after 28 July 1986, left estate valued at pounds 47,124 net. She died intestate.
Mr Robert Atkinson Westall, of Lymm, Cheshire, the children's writer, left estate other than his literary works valued at pounds 373,658 net. His literary estate amounts to pounds 121,518 net.
Ethel Mildred Burton, of Warsash, Hampshire left estate valued at pounds 1,884,147 net.
Mrs Kathleen Winifred Moss, of Putney, London SW15 left estate valued at pounds 1,143,033 net.
Mr Robert Charles Addison, of Bardwell, Suffolk, left estate valued at pounds 2,658,585 net.
Gertrude Beatrice Robinson, of Lytham St Annes, Lancashire left estate valued at pounds 424,563 net. After personal legacies of She left pounds 15,000 and her motor car to personal legatees, and the residue to the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association.
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