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WILL OF MISS HUGHES, BRYN MENAI. BEQUESTS FCR CHARITABLE PURPOSES. Miss Harriet Sydney Hughes, cf Bryn Mena.i, Banpor, who died at 43, Harlow Moor Drive, Harrogate, on April 13th last, daughter of the lite Mr John Hughes, of-Bryn Mcnai, Bangor, attomey-at-law, leit estate valued at £ 40,774 grois, with net personalty £ 36,660. By her will dated April 14th. 1906, the texla-trix left L50 to Jama Edwards, 1;300 each to TztbiLia and Fanny liobcrts, JtJIMX) to the Rev. John Owen Williams, £ 1000 to Mary Ellen. Hughes, of Nantwich, £ i0C>J to Harriet Elizabeth W^att, £ 500 to Frank Wyatt. of Wigan, EMOO to William Bethell Roberts, £ 11X3 each to Henry Lloyd Garter, Thomas Warren Trevor, and William Bethell Roberts as executors. She left the following bequests to servants:— £7.00 to her servaiit, David Hughes, oi Bangor; £ 700 to her servant, Ann Jor.eof Cae Bach, Bangor; L150 to her hou&amaid, Annie Wil- liams; B20 to her servant, Margaret Jones, of Conwav; £ 150 to her form-cr servant, Bessie Parry of FesUniog; £50 to Eiiien Lewis, niece of ner housekeeper, Elizabeth Williams; £10 to each of her other female servants not other- wise mentioned £ 5 to each of her maidservant* for mourning, J650 to her old servant, Ann Edwards. Her residence, Bryn Menei, Bangor, she left to the Queen Victoria .Jubilee Hospital Insti- tute for Nurses, to be known as Br.yii-y-Mcnai Victoria Home, to be used as a house of rest or convalescent hmlle for nurses, and she left a sum not exceeding JB6000 for the maintenance and upkeep thereof. She directed that; Bryn-y- Menai Viotoria Home shall -be permanently inscribed or painted on an aroh placed over the front gate thereof, with the date of the foundation oi the Home thereto appended, and &he further desired and directed tiiat a tabkt should be set up in the bouse, either in the hail or otli-er convenient phsce, bearing tliis inscription: To tho revered nad beioved memory of her mother, Jane Ellen Hughe*, and of her sister, Frances Annie Hughes, Harriet Sydnr Hughes founded this House of Rest, A.D. 19-, She also desired that nothing should 00 built agani.it or added to the wail of tho pre&ent drawiing-room. The testatrix further left £1000 to St. Wine- fr-V's School, Bangor; Llooo to St. James's Church, Bangor, as to £ 8>0 for tho augmenta- tion of the liv :ng and £ 200 for enlarging the oraran; £ 500 to the Carn.arvonshiro and Angle- aev Infirmary, B500 to the Bangor Cathedral for the orection of a memorial window to the mem- bers of the. Bryn uiienai family, £ 200 to the Church 1 raining (loilego for Women, £ 300 to Nurs;ng Association, and ;CLOD to the Cl'o Training Ship. The residue of her estate, subject to other bequests to relatives and friends, she left to the said William Bethell Kobert-s., of L^an^oli-cn, her cousin.

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