Who inherited Florence Foster Jenkins’s money? This question has long intrigued people. But who was this mysterious lady and where is her money now? Here is some information on her life and career. Florence was born on 19th July 1868 in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. She grew up in a wealthy family and studied piano and singing. Her parents encouraged and supported her desire to play piano and sing. However, she didn’t have natural singing abilities, so her parents refused to pay for singing lessons. But after her father died, she decided to pursue music and became president of the American League of Pen Women and musical director of the Euterpe Club.
The inheritance was passed down in a family with wealthy parents. Florence Foster Jenkins’ father, Charles, was a successful lawyer and banker in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. His mother, Mary Jane Hoagland, was an artist. They had two daughters, Libby and Florence. Their oldest, Libby, died before she turned ten. Florence was left a fortune through her father’s will.
After the death of her father, Florence’s estate passed down to St. Clair Bayfield. The family’s estate left a large sum of money to St. Clair, who used it to finance his singing career. Bayfield later became her manager, and Florence’s daughter, Cosme, became an opera singer. But the heirs to Florence’s money remain a mystery. It is unclear how much of it was given to St. Clair Bayfield in the end.