Wills

Dr Swithin Pinder Meadows, of London N6, the neurologist, left estate valued at pounds 91,518 net. He left pounds 10,000 to the Institute of Neurology, London WC1.

Mr Robert Wilson Adam, of London SW7, former deputy chairman, General Accident, left estate valued at pounds 1,066,044 net. He left pounds 40,000 to the Fettes Trust, Edinburgh, and pounds 15,000 to the Royal Marsden Hospital, London SW3.

Sir William Bonnar Monson, of London SE3, High Commissioner of Zambia 1964-66, Deputy Under- Secretary at the Commonwealth Office 1967-72, and Director of the Overseas Relations Branch of St John Ambulance 1975-81, left estate valued at pounds 181,720 net.

Mr Terence Frederick Tooze, of Kelvedon, Essex, Deputy Imperial Father, National Graphical Association, left estate valued at pounds 154,109 net.

Air Vice-Marshal Frank Leslie Dodd, of Frilford, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, photographic reconnaissance pilot during the Second World War, left estate valued at pounds 187,891 net.

Brigadier Geoffrey Lee Weston, of London NW3, left estate valued at pounds 2,011,732 net.

Mrs Dorothy Joyce Masters Griffiths, of Underbarrow, Cumbria, left estate valued at pounds 2,157,033 net.

Mr Frederick Beakbane Bowring, of Tunbridge Wells, Kent, left estate valued at pounds 1,683,967 net.

Mr Michael Antony Ivor-Jones, of Drinkstone, Suffolk, left estate valued at pounds 1,378,520 net.

Mr John Hardaker, of Leeds, West Yorkshire, left estate valued at pounds 1,241,711 net.

Mr John Henry Cornes, of Malpas, Cheshire, left estate valued at pounds 1,083,506 net.

Mr George Crowther, of Wimborne, Dorset, left estate valued at pounds 1,210,700 net.

Franziska Maria Deutsch, of London W12, left estate valued at pounds 1,216,318 net.

Hilda Dyer, of Sevenoaks, Kent, left estate valued at pounds 1,156,610 net.

Mrs Kathleen Beatrice Bower, of Torquay, Devon, left estate valued at pounds 509,173 net. After personal bequests of pounds 40,000 and effects, she left the residue equally between the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association, RNIB, NSPCC, National Trust, Distressed Gentlefolks Aid Association, RNLI, Torquay Branch, Salvation Army, Torbay Hospital League of Friends, Rowcroft Hospice, Torquay, Cancer Research Campaign, and two other charitable institutions to be chosen by her trustees.

Bertha Frances Beecher, of Freeland, Oxfordshire, left estate valued at pounds 1,311,217 net. She left pounds 1,000 to the Secure Retirement Association, Headington, Oxford, pounds 37,000, effects and four-fifths of the residue in personal bequests, and one-fifth of the residue equally between the RNLI, Headington Branch, Age Concern England, National Trust, RSPB and the World Wide Fund for Nature.

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