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Sir Vincent Brian Wigglesworth, formerly of Lavenham, Suffolk, the biologist, left estate valued at pounds 773,834 net.

Sir Ernest Roy Griffiths, of Edenbridge, Kent, a former deputy chairman and managing director of Sainsbury's, adviser to the Government on the National Health Service, left estate valued at pounds 345,665 net.

Miss Molly Root Brearley, of Radford Semele, Warwickshire, the educationist, left estate valued at pounds 231,112 net.

Mr Albert William McIntosh, of London N6, former General Manager of Mars, first Professor of Marketing at the London Business School, left estate valued at pounds 579,122 net. He left pounds 10,000 to the National Trust, to assist Operation Neptune, pounds 5,000 each to the Friends of the Humanist Housing Association, the Independent Adoption Service and the National Council for One Parent Families, and some paintings to Aberdeen Art Gallery.

Sir Henry Tate, of Oakham, Leicestershire, former Master of the Cottesmore Hounds, and co-founder of the Burghley three-day event, left estate valued at pounds 1,589,503 net. He left pounds 1,000 to the Cottesmore Hunt.

Mrs Margaret Ann Mack, of Tewin Wood, Hertfordshire, left estate valued at pounds 1,777,016 net.

Mr Ernest Naylor, of Wigan, Greater Manchester, left estate valued at pounds 1,057,909 net.

Mrs Pauline Anna Mary McCririck, of Bath, Avon, left estate valued at pounds 158,028 net. She repaid the balance of a pounds 14,000 loan from her estate, and left pounds 6,000 and her house to 'such family originating from Cambodia as my executor shall in his absolute discretion decide are refugees from that country who have a history of terrible suffering and are now resident in Britian as evacuees', the sale proceeds of the contents of her house and her chattels to 'such families originating from North Vietnam and/or South Vietnam who my executor shall in his absolute discretion decide are refugees from those countries who have a history of terrible suffering and are now resident in Britain as evacuees', and the residue of her estate to distribute same 'amongst such persons or people and in such shares as my executor shall in his absolute discretion thinks are human sufferers but never the less are true believers in God and who are struggling financially'.

Mrs Doris Kathleen Child, of Whitminster, Gloucestershire, left estate valued at pounds 779,244 net. She left one- third of her estate to the Sue Ryder Foundation and the rest to her trustees to distribute amongst cancer charities.

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