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Lord McFadzean of Kelvinside, of Marlow, Buckinghamshire, former chairman of Shell Transport and Trading, British Airways and Rolls-Royce, left estate valued at pounds 755,670 net.

Mr Leon Clore, of London SW3, the film producer, left estate valued at pounds 264,857 net.

Professor Geoffrey Reginald Giles, of Roundhay, Leeds, former Professor of Surgery at Leeds University, head of the academic unit at St James's University Hospital, Leeds, left estate valued at pounds 195,622 net.

Mr John Netterville Barron, of Fordingbridge, Hampshire, the plastic surgeon, left estate valued at pounds 250,416 net.

The Rev Peter Watts Pitt Brook, of Clifton, Bristol, rugby player and chaplain of Clifton College, left estate valued at pounds 124,603 net. He left pounds 5,000 to Clifton College, to set up a charitable fund, to be known as the Peter Brook Award, to assist children entering the college in financial need, together with pounds 100 and the balance of any outstanding convenant for the Towards 2000 Appeal; pounds 1,000 to Abingdon School, Oxfordshire; pounds 300 to Emmanuel College, Cambridge; and pounds 100 to Ridley Hall.

Mr Harold George Salter, of Hayes, Middlesex, left estate valued at pounds 1,236,019 net.

Mrs Eileen Mary Armstrong, of London W1, left estate valued at pounds 1,554,638 net.

Mr Reginald Marshall Dixon, of Worthing, West Sussex, left estate valued at pounds 1,204,779 net.

Mr Richard Alan Moseley Charlesworth, of Church Minshull, Cheshire, estate valued at pounds 1,149,595.

Miss Babette Eaton, of Onslow Square, London SW7, left estate valued at pounds 2,007,107 net.

Mrs Margaret Alice Rawlinson, of Bolton le Sands, Lancashire, left estate valued at pounds l,657,824 net.

Gillian Mary, Lady Cadbury, of Knowle, Solihull, left estate valued at pounds 1,452,253 net. She left 5,000 to St Giles' Church, Packwood; pounds 3,000 each to a charity for mental health such as Mencap and to a charity for cancer such as the Macmillan Nurses, to be chosen by her executors in each case.

Miss Jean Lanyon, of Isleworth, Middlesex, left estate valued at pounds 389,847 net. She left pounds 500 to St Christopher's Hospice, London SE26; and the residue equally between the Imperial Cancer Research Fund, Royal College of Surgeons, National Library for the Blind, RNLI, and the Royal Hospital and Home for Incurables, London SW15.

Miss Alma Royalton-Kisch, of London SW1, left estate valued at pounds 731,219 net. After leaving certain bequests to her staff, she left clothes and effects to the Jewish Welfare Board; one-sixth of the residue to Newnham College, Cambridge; a further one-sixth of the residue for the improvement of understanding between Christians and Jews; one-sixth of the residue to the Council of Christians and Jews; her pictures and paintings, half her effects not otherwise bequeathed and one- twelfth of the residue to Clare College, Cambridge; a further one-twelfth of the residue for the improvement of understanding between Christians and Jews;one- twelfth of the residue to Roedean School; and a further one-twelfth of the residue to improve understanding between Christians and Jews; and one-twelfth of the residue each to the Union of Liberal and Progressive Synagogues and the London Voluntary Service Council for the Greater London Standing Conference of Voluntary Youth Organisations.

Miss Amelia Christina Williams, of Liverpool, left estate valued at pounds 176, 087 net. She left her entire estate equally between the RNID and the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association.

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