Saturday 07 May 1994
Air Chief Marshal Sir Thomas Neville Stack, of London SW6, former Commander-in-Chief Flying Training Command, Air ADC to the Queen and a Gentleman Usher to the Queen 1978-79, left estate valued at pounds 311,264 net.
Sir John Leslie Williams, of Stalham, Norfolk, former General Secretary, Society of Civil Servants and Secretary General, National Whitley Council, left estate valued at pounds 228,025 net.
The Very Rev Noel Martin Kennaby, of Bridport, Dorset, Provost of Newcastle upon Tyne 1947- 62 and Dean of St Albans 1964-73, left estate valued at pounds 161,141 net.
Jean Marcia, Dowager Lady Swaythling, of Rogate, West Sussex, chief controller and director of the ATS (1941-43), left estate valued at pounds 898,300 net.
Mr Robert Douglas Henderson, of London SW5, left estate valued at pounds 1,786,970 net.
Mrs Ann Harris-Curtis, of Highclere, Hampshire, left estate valued at pounds 1,123,050 net.
Mr Dennis Garrett, of Cobham, Surrey, left estate valued at pounds 1,330,100 net.
Mr Isaac Rupert Hayward, of London SW16, left estate valued at pounds 1,001,618 net.
Mr Edward Harry Jarvis, of Newcastle upon Tyne, left estate valued at pounds 1,129,411 net.
Ruby Madeline Mutch, of Lyme Regis, Dorset, left estate valued at pounds 2,812,472 net.
Mr William Alan Naylor, of Cawthorne, South Yorkshire, left estate valued at pounds 1,178,616 net.
Lt-Col Arthur Clifford High Newnham, of Horsell, Surrey, left estate valued at pounds 1,279,903 net.
Mr Howard Henshaw Wagstaff, of West Wickham, Kent, left estate valued at pounds 1,075,498 net.
Mr James Albert Luxton Mangold, of East Preston, West Sussex, left estate valued at pounds 2,016,404 net.
Mr John Philip Day, of Skeffington, Leicestershire, left estate valued at pounds 1,214,601 net.
Mr John Herbert Augustus Blythe, of Teddington, Middlesex, the actor and entertainer, left estate valued at pounds 228,736 net. He left pounds 500 to Jack Belton 'with the wish that he uses it so he and all my mates have a farewell noggin at my expense as usual', and his collection of jokes to his agent.
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