Wills

Mr Harold James Boyden, of Oxford, Labour MP for Bishop Auckland 1959-79, left estate valued at pounds 388,696 net. He left pounds 10,000 to King's College London, towards a travelling scholarship to study the workings of the Council of Europe, to be awarded to the best history student applying.

Lady Rose Gwendoline Louisa Baring, of London W8, Woman of the Bedchamber to the Queen 1953- 73, Extra Woman of the Bedchamber to the Queen 1973-93, left estate valued at pounds 390,447 net. She left pounds 2,000 to the Fellowship of St Michael and All Angels.

Professor John Marshall Ledingham, of London SE7, former Professor of Medicine at the London Hospital, Whitechapel, left estate valued at pounds 91,707 net. He left pounds 1,000 each to Temple Sowerby Parish Council, Cumbria, the Hanbury Association for Renal Patients at the London Hospital, the Friends of the London Hospital, the Benevolent Fund for Ex-Welfare Officers who worked in the Service Hospitals Welfare Department of the British Red Cross Society, the Royal College of Physicians, and Aberdeen University, to supplement the fund which established the Sir John Ledingham Lectures.

Lt-Col John Raymond Louis Denis Brett, of Elloughton, North Humberside, who commanded the Royal Garwhal Riles in Burma and served as Chief of Staff in Sumatra, left estate valued at pounds 128,910 net.

Sir James Walter Scott, of Alton, Hampshire, Lord-Lieutenant of Hampshire, left estate valued at pounds 4,363,977 net.

Lady Margaret Cynthia Illingworth, of Scarborough, North Yorkshire, left estate valued at pounds 1,521,755 net.

Jane Barbara Millar Loudon, of Southport, Merseyside, left estate valued at pounds 581,935 net. She left pounds 500 to the Salvation Army, half the residue to a personal legatee, and half to the Order of St John.

Mr Lancelot Maurice Heler, of Ullenhall, Warwickshire, left estate valued at pounds 256,079 net. He left his entire estate to the Cancer Research Campaign.

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