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13,146.  Half a million pounds.  (Catholicism & Wills & Priest)  Father Ted: Grant Unto Him Eternal Rest s1e6, Ted reads Jack’s will

 

 

93,291.  My will is easy to decide,
For there is nothing to divide.
My kin don't need to fuss and moan –
'Moss does not cling to a rolling stone.'
 

My body? – Oh! – If I could choose,
I would to ashes it reduce,
And let the merry breezes blow
My dust to where some flowers grow.
 

Perhaps some fading flower then
Would come to life and bloom again.
This is my last and final will.
Good luck to all of you.  Joe Hill

 

 

93,292.  The last will and testament of Rab C Nesbitt: to my darling DSS.  I leave my wife and two sons.  To my son Bernie I leave my bad attitude.  Ian Pattison, Rab C Nesbitt, Night

 

 

13,822.  Three days before her death Mrs Hullett had remade her will leaving the Rolls Royce to Dr Adams.  (Murder & Will & Doctor)  Great Crimes & Trials: John Bodkin Adams 

 

13,824.  The search turned up 132 wills in which the doctor had been left some £45,000.  (Murder & Will & Doctor)  ibid.

 

 

27,819.  All that I own goes to the Party.  If this no longer exist, to the State.  Should the State also have been destroyed, no further decision is necessary.  As Executor of my will I appoint my most loyal Party comrade – Martin Bormann.  (Nazi: Hitler & Will)  Adolf Hitler, private will & testament

 

 

93,293.  Item, I give unto my wife my second best bed, with the furniture.  William Shakespeare

 

 

93,297.  Of all the cases which come before the Court for its decision, none can be more embarrassing and more unsatisfactory than those which arise upon the construction of wills.  The Court has no real guide to enable it to arrive at a conclusion.  The only things which can be called guides are certain rules which the Court has laid down, and which may be extracted from the decisions.  Beyond that, the decisions are not of the slightest use.  Except by adherence to those rules, there is nothing but what may, not irreverently, be called guessing as to what the words of the document can be held to mean.  James Bacon VC, re Ingle's Trusts 1871 LR 1 Eq Ca 586

 

 

93,298.  I regret exceedingly that, not only ordinary laymen, but, as it seems to me, professional men, do not understand the great difficulty there is in drawing wills, and do not bestow a little more care and pains in endeavouring to draw them in such a way as that the numerous questions which often arise on them should be avoided.  I regret to say that these questions often throw a great deal of expense on parties interested under the wills, and are the cause of great heartburnings and most bitter animosities.  Pearson J, re Wait; Workman v Petgrave 1885 LR 30 C D 622

 

 

93,299.  Courts of justice ought to carry into effect the intentions of testators as far as they can consistently with the rules of law.  Lord Langdale MR, Biederman v Seymour 1841 3 Beav 371  

 

 

113,467.  Tonight: stealing from your own grandparents.  The crooks ripping off vulnerable relatives.  It’s a cruel crime that’s destroying families.  And are current legal safeguards really good enough?  (Will & Old Age & Theft)  Tonight: Elderly Theft: Robbing the Relatives, ITV 2017

 

113,468.  The criminals are often much closer to home than we’d like to think.  (Will & Old Age & Theft)  ibid.

 

 

116,471.  ‘This is the last will, the last personal will, of Adolf Hitler.’  Hunting Hitler s3e8: Hitler’s Last Will, interpreter of Chilean informant     

 

 

121,409.  Getty had changed his will no fewer than twenty-one times toward the end of his life.  (Rich & Wealth & Will)  The Gettys: A Tragedy of Riches, 1995

 

 

129,477.  Some of those fortunes became forgotten after their owners died in obscurity, never leaving a will … One stands apart from the rest: in the San Francisco vaults of Wells Fargo bank lies what is purportedly the largest unclaimed stock certificate in the world: its worth is estimated at $3.2 million.  Who stands to inherit this fortune?  (Will & Inheritance)  In Search of s4e15 … The Missing Heir, 1980

 

129,478.  The certificate epitomises the twenty billion dollars unclaimed in the United States today.  (Will & Inheritance)  ibid.