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LOCAL WILLS. MRS. EMILY THOMAS, NEWPORT. Mrs. Emily Thomas, of 34, Cooma3sie-street, Newport, who died on July 27, wife of Mr. I William Thomas, constable, left estate of the gross value of 15ZI, and probate of her will has been granted to her husband and Mr. Charles William Thomas, of Torr View, Avenue Peverill, Plymouth, engine-room artificer, R.N. ENGINEERING WORKS IN WALES. Mr. Cuthbert Arthur Brereton, M.I.C.E., of Brinton Hall, Norfolk, formerly resident engineer to the Llynvi and Ogmore Railways and the Porthcawl Docks. later concerned with Sir John Wolfe Barry in the construction of the Barry Docks and Railways, the Middles- borough Docks, the Surrey Commercial Docks, the new Kew Bridge, and the Great Northern and Piccadilly Tube, who died on September 12 last, aged 59 years, left estate of the gross value of a2,591, of which the net personalty has been sworn at 465;782. BEQUEST FOR MAINTENANCE OF A DOG. Mr. John Roche Dakyns. of SnowdOn View, Beddgelert, Carnarvon, formerly of Bushey. Herts, and late of his Majesty's Geological Survey, who died on September 27. left estate of the gross value of 220,907 19s. 9d., with net personalty £ 20,794 5s. lid. The testator left £ 400 to John Griffith, headmaster of Dolg6lly School, upon trust for the main- tenance of his (the testator's) dog "Perlyn" for life. and on the death of the dog any balance remaining shall belong to John Griffith absolutely. MR. ARTHUR CUTFIELD, ROSS. Mr. Arthur Cutfield, M.R.C.S., cf Merton House, Ross, medicalofticer of health for Ross, who died on June 23, aged 52 years, left estate of the gross value of EB,463, of which the net personalty has been sworn at £ 6,139. Probate of his will, dated June 9, 1898, has been granted to his widow, Mrs. Agnes Mary Hulme Cutfield. of Alton College, Ross. and Mr.' Richard M. Norris, solicitor, of 11. Blakesley-avenue, Ealing, W. The testator left £100 and his househeld effects to his wife absolutely, and the residue of his pro- perty to his wife for life, with remainder to I his children in equal shares. MRS. MARY OWEX. LLANDOVERY. Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Owen, of Ystrad House, Llandovery, who died on August 27, widow of Dr. R. Jeffreys Owen, left estate of the gross value of L7,195, with net personalty L148, and probate of her will, dated September 23, 1909, with a codicil of August 23, 1910, has been granted to Mr. William Henry Jones, of Llandovery, bank manager, and Mr. Rees John Brychan Jeffreys, of Castle House, Tre- lastle, Brecon. The Rev. Joseph Lloyd has renounced probate. The testatrix left L150 per annum to Rees John Brychan Jeffreys, £100 to her coachman Samuel Davies, Llbo to her cook Mary Rees, S,100 to her parlourmaid Gwendoline Jones, L20 to Elizabeth Jones (sister of the said parlourmaid), EZO to her servant Mary Daviee and t40 to her servant Evan Davies (if respectively in her service at her death), LSOO to the Llandovery Dis- trict" NUTiing Fund, and Lt,000 upon trust as to £ 500 to found a reading-room in Llan- dovery for men without restrictions as to creed, but each person shall pay a small c subscription for membership, and tlll for l the up-keep and maintenance thereof. The residue of her estate she left to Rees John Brychan Jeffreys. 'I MR. THOMAS WILSON, NEWTON NOTTAGE. Mr. Thomas Wilson, of Newton, Newton Nottage, retired farmer, who died on August 23. aged 86 years, left estate of the gross value of £ 7,009, with net personalty £ 6.465, and probate of his will. dated May 11, 1907, with a codicil of September 20, 1909, has been granted to his widow, Mrs. Margaret Wilson, and Mr. Charles Jones, consulting engineer, of 128, Bute-street. Cardiff. The testator left £ 50 to his sicter Elizabeth Clement, and whereas he had covenanted by deed to pay L750 to his grandson John Wilson Henry, 1400 to his daughter Catherine, and S,1,500 to his son Edward on March 13. 1911, or in the event of his predecease these sums were to be paid within six months of his death, now by --brig will he stated that he had already advanced X170 to his son Edward, which shall be" taken as part of the sum payable to him, and he left certain real estate to his I daughter Elizabeth Jones, and the residue of his estate upon trust for his wife for life, witit remainder, subject to her interest, to his children, or in the event of the failure of I these trusts, then as to one moiety to his son Edward, and one moiety to his grandson John Wilson Henry. MR. W. VACHELL. FORMERLY OF CARDIFF. Mr. William Vachell, of Severn House, Sneyd Park. Stoke Bishop, Bristol, and formerly of Charles-street. Cardiff, who died on October 25; aged 82 years, son of the late Mr. Charles Vachell (a former mayor of Cardiff), laft estate of the gross value of! £ 32,380. of which the net personalty has been i sworn at £ 22,180. Probate of his will, dated September 11, 1909, has been granted to his daughter Miss Ada Marian Vachell, of Severn House, Sneyd Park, his son Mr. Alfred Red- wood Vachell. of Cleeve Cottage. Cleeve, Somerset, and Mr. Henry Fedden, of Henbury, Glouceeter. The testator left L250 to his daughter Ada Marian VacheM. £200 to his son Alfred Bed- wood Vachell. £ 52 10s. to Mr. Henry Fedden, £ 20 to his former coachman Sidney Doge, and ten guineas to each domestic servant and his present coachman if respectively of two years' service. He left to his daughter Ada Marian the use of his residence and household effects for twelve months free of expense, and subject thereto. to her absolutely, his silver plate, linen, and china, and to his son and daughter in equal shares the balance of his household effects. He left the freeholds, 26 and 27. Duke-street, Cardiff, upon trust as to two-thirds to his son and I hM iwMie. and one-third to his daughter and her issue, and the residue of his property to tin son and daughtw in equal shares.

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