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A CHESHIRE GENTLEMAN'S WILL --+-- BEQUESTS TO MACCLESFIELD. Mr. Francis Dicken Brocklehurst, of Hare-hill, Over Alderley, Chester, D.L., J.P. for Cheshire, and Sheriff for the county in 1886, a partner in the firm of Messrs. Brocklehurst, of Macclesfield, bankers, now merged into the Manchester and Liverpool District Banking Co., and who pre- sented Macclesfield with the Victoria Park (esti- mated to be of the value of £ 30,000), and who died on October 4th, aged 68, young(1St son of the late Mr. Thomas Brocklehurst, of The Fence. Cheshire, left estate of the gross value of £ 176,782. Is. Id., of which £ 85,009. 9s. ld. is nett personalty. He bequeathed: £ 1.000 to the governors of King Edward VI. Gra.mmar School at Macclesfield for the foundation of an exhibition tenable at Cambridge for such period as the governors shall determine, preference being given to the sons of inhabitanta of the Pre.stbury Division of Macclesfield Hundred, after three years' tuition, at. the said Grammar School; £ 1,000 to the Macclesfield General Infirmary; 21,000 to the Macclesfield Industriail School; C2b,000 to his nephew Robert Walter Douglaa Phillips, with his residence, Hare-hill, and estate adjoining, as well as other property; £ 5,000 to his nephew Edward Howard Brocklehurst, to whom he left estate in Warwickshire and Northamptonshire, and his es- tate at Macclesfield, including Fenoe Hospital, Alms-houses, and Memorial-houses, with the funds for their maintenance; and £ 5,000 and other real estate to his nephew Charles Henry Phillips. He left his property Woolsoot House, Rugby, to his nephew Thomas Brocklehurst Phiillips, with £ 2,000; £ 2,000 each to his nieces Mabel Pilking- ton and Una PhiUips, £ 1,000 each to his nephew Argyl Phillips and ten nieces. £ 1,000 each to his friends John Richardson and Ronald Gray, his estate at Market Drayton to his nephew Chas Henry Phillips, 2200 to Miss Simmons, of Harc- hill, 2100 each to his gardener and gamekeeper, twelve months' wages to each of his domestio servants of two years' service, and an annuity of JE.20 to Sophia Hicks; and. subject to some other provisions, he left the residue of his estate to his brother, Mr. Edward Brocklehurst, of Kinnersley Manor, Sidlow Bridge, near Reigate, J P., who is an c-xcetito- of the will, the other executors being Mr. William Walter Brocklehurst, of Hen- bury Park. Macclesfield, and his nephews, the said Mr. Robert Walter Douglas Phillips, of Ranpurley, Alderley Edge, and Mr. Edward Howard Brocklehurst, of Macclesfield, solicitor.

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