Extract from the Inventory of the Estate of

Thomas Leishman Devlin

1854-1919

T L Devlin's Estate

Thomas Leishman Devlin became a very successful businessman, and amassed an estate of 429,522: 3s 6d by the time of his death in 1919.  In addition to the items listed below the inventory included many shares.

Here is an extract from the Inventory of his Estate.

ESTATE IN SCOTLAND

Two Motor Cars

450

One Motor Lorry

320

Thirty six railway wagons

2,268

Stock of fish boxes

3,338

Buildings at Newhaven and Granton

3,394

Due by Admiralty for trawlers sunk in WW1

17,069

Due by War Office for hire of trawler 'Cavalier'

969

STEAM TRAWLERS AND DRIFTERS OWNED AND THEIR VALUES

Breadalbane

1,250

Bruce

1,000

Candidate

7,500

Captain

5,500

Cavalier

3,500

Centurion

5,750

Challenger

7,000

Chamberlain

7,250

Champion

5,500

Chancellor

5,750

Coadjutor

13,500

Colleague

13,500

Commissioner

7,250

Commodore

4,000

Companion

6,000

Comrade

7,500

Conductor

8,000

Confederate

10,500

Controller

10,500

Councillor

1,500

Ethel Nutten

7,500

Fairview

9,000

Hunter

6,500

Kirkton

1,000

Spartan

2,500

Strathalladale

10,000

Strathearn

5,000

Strathlui

8,000

The details above have been supplied by John D Stevenson (Trinity, Edinburgh:  January 2007)

 

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