Page 14, 28th October 1938

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Page 14, 28th October 1938 — Charitable Bequests
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Charitable Bequests

A number of Catholic good works in Liverpool benefit by the will of Miss Elizabeth Walton, who died on September 4 (£27,280; n.p., £27,210). This benefactress left £1,000, her solid silver jewellery, and her personal ornaments, to the Catholic Female Orphanage; £1,000 to St. Vincent's Hospice for the Dying; £1,000 to the Little Sisters of the Poor Home for the Aged; £200 to the Liverpool branch of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. There are a few personal legacies, including £500, furniture, and an annuity for a maid, and the residue is left between the Archbishop of Liverpool and the rector of St. Philip Neri, Catharine Street, for church purposes.

Bequests by Mr. Arthur Thatcher, of Teddington, who died on May 1 last, include, subject to a life interest, £100 to St. Anthony's Hospital, Cheam, Surrey.

A legacy of £100 to the Convent of Our Lady of Charity at Drumcondra, Dublin, is among many bequests for charitable purposes by Miss Ella Evelyn Armstrong, of Hereford Square, S.W.

Bequests under the will of Mrs. Fanny Phelan, of Dun Laoghaire, who left estate in England and in Eire valued at £7,815, include £200 to the Capuchin Fathers in Dublin; and £50 each to the Little Sisters of the Assumption at Dun Laoghaire, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, and the Carmelite convent at Blackrock.

New Street Station (Station Booking Hall) for the 10.50 train to Sutton (fare 61d. return). All intending to turn out should notify the treasurer, Miss K. Mullany, 43, Park Street, Aston.




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