Famous Last Will and Testament FBI Leader J. Edgar Hoover
About the last will and testament of famous American FBI leader J. Edgar Hoover.
WHERE THERE'S A WILL
JOHN EDGAR HOOVER, U.S. law-enforcement official, died 1972
Last Will: Constant companion Clyde Tolson received the bulk of Hoover's $425,000 estate, much of which Tolson auctioned off before his own death in 1975. To the Congressional Cemetery in Washington, D.C., went $5,000 for the upkeep of Hoover family graves. After Tolson's death, a series of legal transactions gave control of the Hoover legacy to FBI executive John P. Mohr. Several claims were made against the Hoover estate, mostly by mental patients, but these were never litigated in court. However, Tolson's disposition of his share resulted in contention as well as the dismemberment and depletion of the Hoover property.
|You Are Here: Trivia-Library Home » Famous People's Last Wills and Testaments » Famous Last Will and Testament FBI Leader J. Edgar Hoover|
|DISCLAIMER: PLEASE READ - By printing, downloading, or using you agree to our full terms. Review the full terms at the following URL: /disclaimer.htm|