Ac­tor leaves €280,000 in will

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The ac­tor-di­rec­tor Barry Cassin, who first brought John B Keane’s play The Field to the theatre, left €280,131 in his will. A well-known the­atri­cal fig­ure, Mr Cassin, of Salmon, Bal­brig­gan, Dublin, died on Jan­uary 14, aged 92.

Other wills: Mary Hickey, ra­dio­g­ra­pher, of Ar­ran­more Road, Don­ny­brook, Dublin, €7,034,016; Michael Joseph O’Donoghue, of Knock­rath, Co Cork, €2,073,157; David Tuite, of Ard­cath, Gar­ris­town, Co Meath, €1,870,335; Jane Hanly, Rath­gar Av­enue, Dublin, €1,595,818; Kevin Nor­ton, char­tered ac­coun­tant, of Sala­manca, Ardilea, Dublin, €1,378,033; John Nevin, bar­ber shop owner, of Or­chard­stown Drive, Tem­pleogue, Dublin, €1,362,806; Joan Clancy, med­i­cal doc­tor, of Up­per Cir­cu­lar Road, Gal­way, €1,210,117; Thomas Devlin, jour­nal­ist, of Bal­ly­makenny, Drogheda, Co Louth, €1,013,918; Judy Walsh, phar­ma­cist, of Salthill, Gal­way, €954,996; and Al­berto Macari, busi­ness owner, of Mon­tat­tico Casalat­tico, Italy, €138,928.

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