Wills

Sir John James Andrew Reid, of Oving, Buckinghamshire, Consultant Adviser on International Health at the Department of Health and Social Security 1972- 77, left estate valued at pounds 501,863 net.

Mr Vernon James (Jim) Murrell, of Richmond, Surrey, restorer of miniatures and Deputy Keeper at the Victoria and Albert Museum, left estate valued at pounds 118,678 net.

Mr Clive Labovitch, of London NW3, the publisher, left estate valued at pounds 253,729 net.

Mr Felix Runcie Kelly, of London SW7, the artist, left estate valued at pounds 925,978 net.

Mr Derek Leckenby, of Gatley, Greater Manchester, former lead guitarist with Herman's Hermits, left estate valued at pounds 192,299 net.

Mr Duncan Douglas Mould, of Screveton, Nottinghamshire, left estate valued at pounds 3,532,408 net.

Mr Ernest Cutts, of Cheam, Surrey, left estate valued at pounds 2,111,671 net.

Mr Charles Edward Blake, of Salisbury, Wiltshire, left estate valued at pounds 2,333,319 net.

Lavinia Joan Ogilvy Spence, of Wokingham, Berkshire, left estate valued at pounds 1,072,076 net.

Isabel Saffery Smith, of Launceston, Cornwall, left estate valued at pounds 549,758 net. After personal bequests of pounds 15,000, she left pounds 2,000 each to the RNIB and the Methodist Homes for the Aged, and the residue to the National Children's Home.

Mr Louis Stanham Potter Norris, left estate valued at pounds 532,127 net. After personal bequests of pounds 8,500, he left pounds 20,000 to Luton Central Baptist Church, pounds 10,000 for the General Fund and pounds 5,000 each to the Baptist Missionary Society and Baptist Home Mission Fund; pounds 5,000 to the Friends of Luton and Dunstable Hospitals; pounds 2,500 each to Stopsley Baptist Church, 'the Cancer Research Association', Save the Children Fund, and British and Foreign Bible Society, Luton Auxiliary; pounds 2,000 each to Christian Aid, Heart and Stroke Association, British Heart Foundation and Leukaemia Research Fund; pounds 1,500 each to the Friends of Luton St Mary's Parish Church and the British Red Cross; pounds 1,000 each to the General Fund of Limbury Baptist Church, Caddington Baptist Church, Gideons International, South Bedfordshire Branch, the RSPB, Asthma Research Council and RNLI; pounds 500 each to Pepperstock Free Church, Perry Green Baptist Church, Woodside Baptist Church and Bramingham Park Baptist Church; pounds 2,000 and half the residue to the National Trust; and half the residue to the Baptist World Alliance.

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