Wills

Mr Aidan Merivale Crawley, of Farthinghoe, Northamptonshire, founding chairman of London Weekend Television, first editor-in-chief of ITN, Conservative MP for West Derbyshire 1962-67 and Labour MP for Buckingham 1945-51, left estate valued at pounds 157,467 gross, net nil.

Mr Robert Basil Reid, of East Bergholt, Suffolk, chairman of the British Railways Board 1983-90, left estate valued at pounds 708,352 net.

Mr George Robert Cryer, of Shipley, West Yorkshire, Labour MP for Bradford South 1987-94, and for Keighley 1974-83, MEP for Sheffield 1984-89, left estate valued at pounds 179,699 net. He died intestate.

Sir William Francis Cuthbert Garthwaite, of Tonbridge, Kent, former chairman of Sir William Garthwaite (Holdings) and president of the Royal Tunbridge Wells Conservative Association, left estate valued at pounds 5,241,811 net.

Professor James Nimmo Britton, of London NW3, Goldsmiths' Professor of Education, London University Institute of Education 1970-75, left estate valued at pounds 507,284 net.

Mr Geoffrey Hamilton Coates, of Wargrave on Thames, Berkshire, a consulting engineer and former chairman of Alexander Gibbs & Partners, left estate valued at pounds 977,743 gross, net nil.

Mr Huw Bevan Griffith, of Rudgeway, Bristol, the neurosurgeon, left estate valued at pounds 219,798 net. He left pounds 2,000 each to Balliol College, Oxford, and St Paul's School.

Henry Bolton Graham Eyres Monsell, second Viscount Monsell, of Dumbleton, Gloucestershire, left estate valued at pounds 7,247,681 net.

Pearl Beryl, Lady Watson, of London W1, left estate valued at pounds 3,324,477 net.

Mr Philip Arthur Mayo, of Bovingdon, Hertfordshire, left estate valued at pounds 2,710,465 net.

Mr Robert Williams, of Launceston, Cornwall, left estate valued at pounds 3,222,253 net.

Mr William Douglas Gosling, of Farnham, Essex, left estate valued at pounds 1,159,673 net.

Mr William Hilmer Entress, of Mumbles, Swansea, left estate valued at pounds 1,138,962 net.

Mr Alan Pearce Greenaway, of West Byfleet, Surrey, left estate valued at pounds 1,276,620 net.

Mr William Francis Tucker, of Exeter, Devon, left estate valued at pounds 3,021,305 net.

Mr Alec Victor Clark, of London SE18, left estate valued at pounds 749,913 net. He left his entire estate equally between the RNIB and the Salvation Army.

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