Air Chief Marshal Sir Denis Hensley Fulton Barnett, of Pewsey, Wiltshire, Commander Allied Air Task Force, Near East, British and French air forces during Suez Campaign of 1956, left estate valued at pounds 99,300 net.
Admiral Sir Guy Grantham, of Nayland, Suffolk, former Governor of Malta, Principal Naval ADC to the Queen 1958-59 and vice-chairman of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission 1963-70, left estate valued at pounds 81,040 net.
Maj-Gen Adrian Price Webley Hope, of Charlton Horethorne, Dorset, Deputy Master General of the Ordnance, Ministry of Defence 1964-66, left estate valued at pounds 534,242 net.
Sir Edward Henry Nichols, of Esher, Surrey, Town Clerk and Clerk of the Peace, Derby, 1949-53, and Town Clerk of the City of London 1954-74, left estate valued at pounds 1,265 net.
Mr Anthony Bernard McNulty, of London W1, first secretary of the European Commission for Human Rights and founder of the British Institute of Human Rights and the Aldo Trust, left estate valued at pounds 503,870 net. After personal bequests of pounds 112,000 he left pounds 10,000 to the British Institute of Human Rights, Faculty of Law, King's College, London; pounds 5,000 to New Bridge, London; and the residue to the Aldo Trust.
Mrs Marjorie Catharine Waiora Watts, of London NW3, Secretary of PEN, left estate valued at pounds 226,108 net.
Mr Joseph Greco, of Scarcroft, West Yorkshire, left estate valued at pounds 1,690,671 net.
Mr John Wilkson Rains, of Bakewell, Derbyshire, left esate valued at pounds 1,399,767 net.
Mrs Nellie Marcia Clarke, of Chiselhurst, Kent, left estate valued at pounds 1,764,549 net.
Mrs Adel Hopkins, of London SW5, left estate valued at pounds 2,365,825 net. She left pounds 100,000 to the Slade School of Fine Art, London, the income to be used for model fees; and pounds 80,000 variously to six of her former teachers and members of staff at the Slade School.
Mr John Francis Basil Atkins, of Goring by Sea, West Sussex, left estate valued at pounds 2,649,278 net. He left pounds 50,000 and his home to St Catherine's College, Cambridge; pounds 2,000 each to the Cambridge Union Society, and the Friends of Ardingly College, Southlands Hospital, Shoreham by Sea, and Worthing Hospital; and the residue equally between the Imperial Cancer Research Fund, RNIB, Distressed Gentlefolk's Aid Association, British Red Cross Society and the Salvation Army.
Mr Melville Laity, of Hexham, Northumberland, left estate valued at pounds 172,158 net. He left his entire estate to the Liver Research Unit Trust, Laity Fund, of King's College, London.
Mr Cyril William Beard, of Worthing, West Sussex, left estate valued at pounds 801,082 net. After personal bequests of pounds 35,000, he left the residue to the RNIB.Reuse content