Wills

Sir Lionel Henry Lamb, of Hartingfordbury, Hertfordshire, the former Ambassador to Switzerland and Charge d'Affaires in Peking, left estate valued at pounds 397,408 net.

Mr Raymond Shirley Brooks-Ward, of Truro, Cornwall, broadcaster and horse show director, left estate valued at pounds 264,559 net.

Brigadier Alfred Francis Freeman, of Upper Brailes, Warwickshire, former Chief Signals Officer, Northern Command, left estate valued at pounds 499,267 net.

Joan Daria, Lady Denning, of Whitchurch, Hampshire, wife of Lord Denning, left estate valued at pounds 119,078 net.

Professor Cecil Howard Tonge, of Jesmond, Tyne and Wear, former Professor of Oral Anatomy at Newcastle University, left estate valued at pounds 706,455 net.

Sir Joseph William Weld, of Wareham, Dorset, Lord-Lieutenant of Dorset (1964-84), and High Sheriff 1951, Chairman of the Wessex Regional Health Authority, the Dorset branch of the Country Landowners' Association and the South Dorset Conservative Association, left estate valued at pounds 1,533,691 net.

Mr Robert William Victor Gittings, of Chichester, West Sussex, the literary critic, poet and biographer, left estate valued at pounds 128,453 net.

Mrs Georgia Brown Wigan, of Los Angeles, California, the singer and actress, left estate in England and Wales valued at pounds 23,720 net.

Mr Courtenay Thomas Gardner Blackmore, of London SW13, former head of administration at Lloyds and chairman of the Institute of British Architect's Award Trust, left estate valued at pounds 166,214 net.

Mr Thomas William Hulme, of Manchester, left estate valued at pounds 1,684,473 net. He died intestate.

Mr Sidney Kingsley, of London NW8, left estate valued at pounds 1,919,294 net.

Mrs Mary Vacey Haworth, of Windermere, Cumbria, left estate valued at pounds 1,084,314 net.

Miss Betty Bulmer, of Leeds, West Yorkshire, left estate valued at pounds 1,233,278 net.

Miss Marguerite Mary Pauline Blount, of East Grinstead, West Sussex, left estate valued at pounds 2,370,815 net.

Countess Castle Stewart, of Forest Row, East Sussex, left estate valued at pounds 1,476,348 net.

Mr George Francis Marsh Lyster, of London SW19, left estate valued at pounds 1,041,364 net.

Mrs Martha Lloyd Whitworth, of Llangollen, Clwyd, left estate valued at pounds 1,306,926 net.

Mrs Rhoda Samuel, of Brighton, East Sussex, left estate valued at pounds 1,407,049 net.

Mrs Winifred Evelyn Griffith, of Eastcote, Middlesex, left estate valued at pounds 848,769 net. After personal bequests she left pounds 10,000 each to the Salvation Army, Shelter, the Samaritans, Royal Association in Aid of the Deaf and Dumb, and the Golborne Charitable Trust; pounds 5,000 to St Hugh's Chruch, Northolt; and her shares in Slough Estates and the residue of her estate to the JF Moorhead Renal Research Trust of the Royal Free Hospital.

Miss Maud Collings, of Torquay, Devon, left estate valued at pounds 993,093 net. She left her entire estate equally between the RNLI, and the International Red Cross, Geneva.

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