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Will of William MAY of Send
Ashburton House, Send, Surrey & 18 Austin Friars, London, 15th January 1925

Beneficiaries: Eldest Son, Michael William Blount May, born 16th June 1906
Younger Son, George Gilbert Charles Blount May, born 4th November 1910
(Estates in Kingsclere, Hannington & Wolverton, called Pitt Hall, & the Rectorial Tithe Rents of Cookham. Also the French plate given to the deceased at his marriage by Baron DíErlanger; and the leasehold flat at 66 Harley House, Regentís Park, London)
Mention of: Executors, The Trustees of the Corporation Ltd of Winchester House, Old Broad Street, London
Marriage Settlement dated 8th September 1902 between himself; his wife, Emma Mary Blount, spinster; Thomas Wiliam Bourne & John May; & Cuthbert Riddell & Roger Chideocke Jospeh Radcliffe
Heiloom Settlement dated 5th August 1909
£250 of investments for his executors to hold in trust during the lifetime of the last of the children of King Edward VII living at the death of the deceased, and for 21 years afterwards, for the maintenance of the May family graves and memorials in the churchyards and cemeteries at Brimpton, Englefield, Caversham & Reading, as well as the grave of the deceased.
The deceasedís firm of Slaughter & May of 18 Austin Friars, London EC.

Proved 1932

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