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Hill: Wills and Bequests

The will of Mr. Henry Hill, late of 53, Marine Parade, Brighton, who died on April 1 last, was proved on the 19th ult. After bequeathing certain pecuniary legacies to his executors; and members of his widow's family and others, including a bequest to the Tailors' Institution, he gives to his widow the enjoyment during her life of his residence and furniture and stables and carriages, also of his galleries and his collection of pictures. The testator also gives to his widow a legacy of 3000 and an annuity of 2500; and, subject to the above, he divides his estate amongst his nephews and nieces.

Source: The Illustrated London News, July 1, 1882, p.28