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WILL OF THE LATE MR. DAVID…

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WILL OF THE LATE MR. DAVID DAVIES. THE will, dated 8th February, 1889, of the late Mr. David Davies, Llandinam, Montgomeryshire, M.P. from 1880 to 1885 for Cardiganshire, and who died on the 20th July last, aged 72 years, has been proved by the sole executor, his son, Mr. Edward Davies, of Plas Dinam, Llandinam. Probate duty has been paid on X260,135 12s. as the net value of the testator's personal estate. Mr. Davies bequeaths to his wife his pictures, plates, furniture, and household effects, and horses and carriages, £ 1200 a year for her life, and the use and enjoyment for life of his house, Broneirion, and the adjoining land which, subject to Mrs. Davies's life interest, the testator bequeaths to his son. He bequeaths to fourteen nephews and nieces S500 each to his nephew, Mr. Thomas Davies Hancock a life annuity of £ 26; and to his niece Mrs. Elizabeth Worthing- ton, a life annuity of £ 26. Subject, as above stated, the testator gives, devises, and bequeaths all his real and personal estate of every descrip- tion to his son, Mr. Edward Davies, absolutely. The late Mr. David Davies, who began life as a sawyer, was the founder of and a large share- holder in the Ocean Collieries and the Barry Dock,and was a great supporter of Welsh educa tional movements and Calvinistic Methodism.

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