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Probate: Gerald Patrick Moriarty  (1924) 
Gerald Patrick Moriarty (1861-1924)

Source: Wills and Bequests The Times, Thursday, Aug 07, 1924; Issue 43724; pg. 15; col D

Mr. Gerald Patrick Moriarty, of Mill-lane, Cambridge, and of Pembroke College, Cambridge, Lecturer on Indian History in the University of Cambridge, and Director of Indian Civil Service Studies, who died on June 21, left estate of the gross value of £1,982, with net personalty £1,655. He left :—
All his official reports, examination papers, correspondence, and memoranda in connexion with his work as Lecturer on Indian History in the University of Cambridge, and Director of Civil Service Studies, to the Secretary of the Board of Indian Civil Service Studies; £50, all his books, maps, MSS, and typescripts to Sydney Castle Roberts, of Pembroke College, Cambridge; and to his landlady, Miss Penelope Davis, £50 and all his household and personal effects at Mill-lane, Cambridge, with the exception of photographs of friends and relatives.
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