The will (dated Jan. 18, 1875) of George Hutton Ullathorne, late of Gate-street, Lincoln's-inn-fields, and of No. 35, Lancaster-gate, who died on March 15 last, was proved on the 8th ult. by George Owen Ullathorne and Sydney Francis Ullathorne, the sons, and Owen Longstaffe, the acting executors, the value of the personal estate being upwards of £73,000. The testator leaves to his wife, Mrs. Emily Ann Ullathorne, £500 and all his household furniture and effects; to his executor, Mr. Longstaffe, £50; and to his said two sons £1500 each, and, between them, his share of the goodwills of the partnerships he may be concerned in at his death, of the freehold mills at Startforth, Yorkshire; of the freehold Heckling factory at Barnard Castle, Durham, with the machinery; and of some freehold houses in Gate-street and adjacent. The residue of his real and personal estate is to be held upon trust for his wife for life, and then for all his children in equal shares; but certain advancements to his sons, and to his daughter, Mrs. Aspinall, are to be brought into account.
Source: The Illustrated London News, No.2257—Vol. LXXXI, Saturday, August 5, 1882, p.150