Wills

Dame Evelyn Marguerite Turner, of Brighton, East Sussex, former matron-in-chief and director of Army Nursing Services, left estate valued at pounds 197,316 net. She left pounds 5,000 to St Dunstan's and pounds 1,000 each to the Queen Alexandra Royal Army Nursing Corps Museum Fund (together with her award and insignia of DBE), and the Queen Alexandra Royal Army Nursing Corps Association Benevolent Fund.

Mr Eric Lobb, of Radlett, Hertfordshire, former chairman and managing director of John Lobb, bootmakers, left estate valued at pounds 707,114 net.

Lloyd Tyrell-Kenyon, fifth Baron Kenyon, of Whitchurch, Shropshire, Chairman of the Trustees of the National Portrait Gallery 1966- 88, left estate valued at pounds 2,858,639 net. He left certain paintings to the National Portrait Gallery, pounds 2,000 to St Chad's Parish Church, Hanmer, and pounds 500 to the Clwyd Fine Arts Trust.

Mr Julian Baines, of London W14, left estate valued at pounds 2,160,900 net.

Mr Frederick Stewart James, of Penkridge, Staffordshire, left estate valued at pounds 1,123,435 net.

Mr Ernest Arthur Cobb, of Liphook, Hampshire, left estate valued at pounds 1,799,036 net.

Winifred Maud Dowell, of Stretton under Fosse, Warwickshire, left estate valued at pounds 1,104,735 net.

Gertrude Aboody, of London NW3, left estate valued at pounds 2,616,426 net. She left pounds 2,000 to the Royal Overseas League, pounds 1,000 each to the West London Synagogue of British Jews, London W1, and Amnesty International British Section, and pounds 1,000 and one-twelfth of the residue each to the Cancer Research Campaign and RNIB, and one- twelfth of the residue each to Arthritis Care, Age Concern England, Barnardo's, British Heart Foundation, British Red Cross, Parkinson's Disease Society, Mencap, National Asthma Campaign, National Society for Epilepsy and Sense.

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