Wills

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Air Chief Marshal Sir Charles John Thomson, of Great Kingshill, Buckinghamshire, appointed C-in-C, Allied Forces, North West Europe, 10 days before his death, left estate valued at pounds 85,038 net.

Lt-Col Peter Joshua Arnold Lucas, of Dauntsey, Wiltshire, former Commandant, Army School of Physical Training, Aldershot, left estate valued at pounds 288,668 net.

Louie Boutroy, former custodian of the Mansell Collection of photographs, left estate valued at pounds 1,256,235.

Mr John Edwin Harley, of Birkin, North Yorkshire left estate valued at pounds 1,115,937 net.

Lt-Col Vincent Warwick Calmady-Hamlyn, of Bridestowe, Devon, left estate valued at pounds 2,369,928 net.

Mr Metford Arthur Jeanes, of Nether Stowey, Somerset, left estate valued at pounds 1,407,612 net.

Mrs Marion Seary, of Halsall, Lancashire left estate valued at pounds 1,129,392 net.

Mrs Edna May Utting, of Old Catton, Norfolk, left estate valued at pounds 1,054,997net.

Mrs Margaret Rose Nicholls, of Exmouth, Devon, left estate valued at pounds 802,375 net. She left pounds 100,000 and the sale proceeds of her jewellery not otherwise bequeathed to the British Diabetic Association, pounds 100,000 each to the RNLI, Exmouth Branch, and the Imperial Cancer Research Fund, pounds 3,000 to the Devon Trust for Nature Conservation, pounds 2,000 to the RSPB, pounds 1,000 each to Littleham Parish Church, Holy Trinity Church, Littleham, and St John Ambulance, pounds 500 each to the Exmouth Players Drama Club; pounds 250 each to the Devon Federation of WIs, and the Medeira Bowling Club, Exmouth, and all her embroideries, embroidery books, and materials to the Embroiderers' Guild, Hampton Court.

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