Wills

Vice-Admiral Sir Richard Michael Smeeton, of Shamley Green, Surrey, former Chief Executive of the Society of British Aerospace Companies, and Flag Officer Naval Air Command, left estate valued at pounds 261,178 net.

Mr Alan Colin Campbell Orde, of Newbury, Berkshire, the pioneer pilot who flew the first London-to- Paris passenger service, and former Director of Technical Development for BOAC, left estate valued at pounds 297,545 net.

Mr Richard Tresahar Jeffree, of Richmond, Surrey, art historian, left estate valued at pounds 685,989 net.

Mr Michael Kroyer, of London W8, left estate valued at pounds 5,600,493 net.

Mr Derek Alexander Childs, of London Wll, left estate valued at pounds 3,790,064 net.

Mr John Edward Brownlow, of Farnham, Surrey, left estate valued at pounds 271,753 net. He left pounds 20,000 each to the Samaritans, and the Lord Treloars Hospice, Alton; pounds 10,000 each to the Church Housing Trust, the Macmillan Nurses Fund, Salvation Army, Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice, Farnham, Children's Society and the Bognor Hospice for the Terminally Ill; pounds 2,500 each to St Richard's Church Fund and Rose Green Clinic; pounds 74,000 and half the residue to his in personal bequests and half the residue to two local, active mentally or physically handicapped children.

Mr Thomas William Wright, of Hilford on Sea, Hampshire, left estate valued at pounds 446,592 net. After personal legacies of pounds 211,000, he left the residue equally between the RNLI and RSPCA.

Mr Norman John Stephens, of Farnborough, Hampshire, left estate valued at pounds 691,232 net. After leaving three-twentieths of the residue in personal bequests, he left three-quarters to the National Children's Home; and one-tenth for the purposes of North Camp Methodist Church, Farnborough.

Sir John James Davy, of London W14, left estate valued at pounds 1,019,625 net. After the bequest of an annuity of pounds 10,000, he left the residue for charitable institutions as his executors determine, including universities, schools or hospitals of any description.

Miss Jeanne Elizabeth Chard, of Wetherby, West Yorkshire, left estate valued at pounds 1,565,991 net. After personal bequests of pounds 84,850, she left pounds 5,000 to the Duke of Kent Lodge, requesting it be added to the VG Chard Memorial Fund; and the residue equally between the Masonic Foundation for the Aged and Sick requesting them to use pounds 1,000 for residents at Prince George, Duke of Kent Home, Chislehurst, the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association, RNLI, RSPCA and Leukaemia Research Fund.

Miss Joan Summers, of St Albans, Hertfordshire, left estate valued at pounds 1,018,214 net. After personal bequests of pounds 16,000, she left pounds 5,000 to St Albans Cathedral, for the Restoration Fund, and the residue equally between the RNLI, Save the Children Fund, Distressed Gentlefolk's Aid Association, Queen Elizabeth's Foundation for the Disabled and St Luke's Hospital for the Clergy.

Mr Harry Waterman, of Woolton, Liverpool, left estate valued at pounds 2,317,693 net. He left pounds 5,000 to the Greenbank Drive Hebrew Congregation, Liverpool.

Mr Ivo Farini, of Leicester, left estate valued at pounds 5,511,114 net. He died intestate.

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