Saturday 21 May 1994
1986, left estate valued at pounds 826,411
Sir Geoffrey Alan Hulton Bt, of Hulton Park, Bolton, landowner and former President of the Royal Lancashire Agricultural Society, left estate valued at pounds 8,280,386 net. He left pounds 20,000 to the National (RC) Chaplaincy Trust, for maintaining a Roman Catholic National Chaplaincy for the Scouts of England and Wales, and pounds 5,000 each to Westhoughton Cricket Club, the Bolton Scout Association, Bolton West Conservative Association, and the Parish of St Vincent de Paul, Over Hulton.
Mr Richard David Lutyens, of London W11, investment banker, and co- founder of Campbell Lutyens (later Campbell Lutyens Hudson), left estate valued at pounds 1,681,994 net.
Mr Wilfred Edward Hampton, of Walhampton, Hampshire, polar explorer, left estate valued at pounds 152,581 net.
Sir Owen Arthur Aisher, of South Godstone, Surrey, joint founder and former chairman of Marley Ltd, and offshore and ocean-racing yachtsman, left estate valued at pounds 211,519 net.
The Right Rev Richard Knyvet Wimbush, of York, Bishop of Argyll and the Isles 1963-77 and Primus of the Episcopal Church in Scotland 1974-77, left estate valued at pounds 214,519 net. He left pounds 500 to the General Synod of the Episcopal Church of Scotland.
Mr George Drewry Squibb, of Cerne Abbas, Dorset, Norfolk Herald Extraordinary, the Earl Marshal's Lieutenant Assessor and Surrogate in the Court of Chivalry, left estate valued at pounds 1,273,322 net. He left pounds 500 to the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple, to be spent on books for their library.
Mr Marjorie Catherine Hubbard, of Worlingworth, Suffolk, left estate valued at pounds 2,194,653 net. She left pounds 25,000 to the Multiple Sclerosis Society, and pounds 10,000 to the RSPCA.
Mr Horatio Herbert Renshaw, of London W2, left estate valued at pounds 3,915,041 net.
Mrs Betty Mai Shiell Daniell, of Tostock, Suffolk, left estate valued at pounds 1,900,854 net.
Mrs Mary Catherine Gatis, of Wolverhampton, West Midlands, left estate valued at pounds 1,166,964 net.
Mr William Ewart John, of Cardiff, South Glamorgan, left estate valued at pounds 2,015,886 net.
Mr Andrew John Knox, of Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, left estate valued at pounds 1,740,777 net.
Dorothy Henriette Harford, of London W1, left estate valued at pounds 1,089,597 net.
Mr George Seebohm, of Gravely, Hertfordshire, left estate valued at pounds 2,094,405 net.
Mr Eric Henry Brindley, of Northampton, left estate valued at pounds 1,172,189 net.
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