Wills

The Right Rev Anthony Paul Tremlett, of Northleach, Gloucestershire, former Bishop of Dover, left estate valued at pounds 173,752 net.

Dennis, Lord Lloyd of Hampstead, of Hove, East Sussex, former Quain Professor of Jurisprudence at London University, and Chairman of the British Film Institute 1973-76, left estate valued at pounds 27,042 net.

His Honour Thomas Oslaf Kellock QC, of London EC4, a circuit judge 1976-91, left estate valued at pounds 458,512 net.

Mr Edward Basil Edmunds, of Buntingford, Hertfordshire, left estate valued at pounds 1,460,533 net.

Mr Ernest Pitt Roche, of Droitwich Spa, Worcestershire, left estate valued at pounds 1,231,032 net.

Miss Elizabeth Mary Pearson, of Pwllheli, Gwynedd, lest estate valued at pounds 1,110,076 net.

Mr Linley Wightman Shaw, of London NW3, left estate valued at pounds 1,686,467 net. He left his entire estate to setting up a charity to help organisations responsible for beautifying Britain's countryside.

Mr Frank Charles Layfield Broadribb, of Buntingford, Hertfordshire, left estate valued at pounds 1,017,670 net.

Mrs Freda Mabel Bridgman, of Dorchester, Dorset, left estate valued at pounds 1,859,232 net.

Mr Ernest Norman Adsetts, of Sheffield, South Yorkshire, left estate valued at pounds 1,066,331 net.

Mr Alexander Henry Claydon, of Worthing, West Sussex, left estate valued at pounds 1,077,947 net.

Mr Edward Basil Edmunds, of Buntingdon, Hertfordshire, left estate valued at pounds 1,460,533 net.

Miss Winifred Muriel Gurr, of New Malden, Surrey, left estate valued at pounds 1,061,774 net. He left pounds 1,000 to the New Victoria Hospital, Kingston upon Thames; pounds 21,500, an annuity of pounds 600 and one-fifth of the residue in personal bequests; and half the residue to the British Red Cross Society, and three-twentieths each to the PDSA and the YMCA, Leicester.

Mr Trevor George Bayliss, of Bryncethin, Bridgend, Mid-Glamorgan, left estate valued at pounds 205,612 net. He left personal bequests totalling pounds 50,000, and the residue equally between the C2 Investigation Unit and the Cardiac Department, both of the University of Wales Hospital, Cardiff.

Miss Joan Cecilia Tod, of Allerton, Liverpool, left estate valued at pounds 4,670,976 net. She left pounds 10,000 to the Dean and Chapter of Liverpool Cathedral, and pounds 5,000 each to the Orchard Cheshire Home, Liverpool and the RSPB.

Miss Frances Maris Louise Prior, of Charlton Kings, Gloucestershire, left estate valued at pounds 858,601 net. After personal bequests of pounds 37,500 she left pounds 5,000 each to the RNLI and the Marfan Trust; pounds 1,000 each to St Mary's Church, Charlton Kings, the Cheltenham Lions Club, Friends of Delancey Hospital, Cheltenham, and the Cheltenham Animal Welfare Association and Animal Shelter; pounds 500 to Cheltenham College, for an annual modern languages prize; and the residue equally between the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association and Injured Jockeys Fund.

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