The Times/1921/News/Sir John Macdonell's Estate

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Sir John Macdonell's Estate
Sir John Macdonell, K.C.B., of Kensington Park-gardens, W., for many years a member of The Times staff, a Master of the Supreme Court from 1889 to 1920, and King's Remembrancer from 1912 to 1920, editor of the "Judicial Statistics" and of the Journal of Comparative Legislation, Quain Professor of Comparative Law at University College, London, an eminent jurist, who died on March 17, has left estate of the value of £34,220. The testator leaves everything to his wife, requesting her to give £70 to each servant who has been in his employ for at least two years at the time of his death.

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