Wills

Sir Harold Percival Himsworth, of London NW8, former Secretary of the Medical Research Council, left estate valued at pounds 919,482 net.

Mrs Edith Elizabeth Scott-Moore, of Wentworth, Surrey, the painter, left estate valued at pounds 451,799 net. After personal bequests of pounds 18,500 and some effects, she left her portait of Alfred Hayward to the National Portrait Gallery, pounds 1,000 to the New English Art Club Federation of British Artists, pounds 500 to the Artists General Benevolent Institution, and the remainder of her estate to the Royal Society of Painters in Water Colours, including her home, to be used as a centre of teaching, leisure and recreation for artists.

Sir Charles Demoree Newbold, of Chichester, West Sussex, former President of the Court of Appeal for Eastern Africa, left estate valued at pounds 349,933 net.

Sir Peter McLay Mills, of Crediton, Devon, former Conservative MP for Torridge and West Devon, left estate valued at pounds 128,327 net. He left pounds 5,000 to Crediton Parochial Church Council.

Mr Michael James Seely, of Arnold, Nottinghamshire, former racing correspondent of the Times, left estate valued at pounds 145,664 net.

The Rev Richard Elliott Kendall, of Witney, Oxfordshire, former director, British Council of Churches' race relations unit and founder of Eiris, the Ethical Investment Research and Information Service, left estate valued at pounds 151,645 net.

Maj-Gen Thomas Brodie, of Sutton Scotney, Hampshire, commander of 29 Infantry Brigade in the Korean war, left estate valued at pounds 130,922 net.

Mr John Geoffrey Imeson, of Brixham, Devon, former foreign correspondent and assistant editor of Reuters, left estate valued at pounds 171,042 net.

Mr Hugh Borley, of Salisbury, Wiltshire, left estate valued at pounds 1,253,686 net.

Mr Thomas Samuel Leslie Mortimer, of Chichester, West Sussex, left estate valued at pounds 1,208,018 net.

Mr Arthur Vinn, of London E17, left estate valued at pounds 1,080,367 net.

Mr Charles Ronald Allen, of Chichester, West Sussex, left estate valued at pounds 1,276,475 net.

Mrs Edith Ellen Hardwick, of West Ewell, Surrey, left estate valued at pounds 1,329,291 net.

Mr William Strachan, of Edgware, Middlesex, left estate valued at pounds 1,158,030 net.

Mr Philip Thompson, of Market Weighton, North Humberside, left estate valued at pounds 1,116,429 net.

Mr William Howard Crouch, of Penarth, South Glamorgan, left estate valued at pounds 1,029,563 net.

Mrs Bessie Ann Kornberg, of London W2 left estate valued at pounds 1,286,818 net.

Mr Hugh George Gleadow Richardson, of Fowlmere, Cambridgeshire, left estate valued at pounds 591,648 net. After personal bequests of pounds 30,000, his home and effects, he left the residue to the Jefferiss Research Wing Trust at St Mary's Hospital, London.

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