J Paul Getty Net Worth, Spouse, Grandchildren, Books, Ivy Getty Net Worth, John Gilbert Getty Death

Who was J Paul Getty

Jean Paul Getty (December 15, 1892 – June 6, 1976), sometimes known as J. Paul Getty, was an American-born British petroleum industrialist and the patriarch of the Getty family. He formed the Getty Oil Company in 1942.

J Paul Getty Net Worth

He was the son of pioneer oilman George Getty and a native of Minneapolis. He was designated the richest living American by Fortune magazine in 1957, and the world’s richest private citizen by the Guinness Book of Records in 1966, with an estimated net worth of $1.2 billion (about $7.7 billion in 2021). He was valued more than $6 billion (about $25 billion in 2021) at the time of his death.

Based on his income as a percentage of the concurrent gross national product, he was listed as the 67th richest American who ever lived in a book released in 1996.

Despite his immense wealth, Getty was known for being thrifty, most notably when negotiating the ransom for his grandson’s kidnapping in 1973. He married five times and had five children.

J Paul Getty Museum

Getty was an ardent art and antiquities collector. The J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles was founded on his collection, with more than $661 million of his inheritance bequeathed to the museum after his death.

In 1953, he formed the J. Paul Getty Trust. The J. Paul Getty Museum Complexes: the Getty Center, the Getty Villa and the Getty Foundation, the Getty Research Institute, and the Getty Conservation Institute are all run by the trust, which is the world’s wealthiest art institution.

J Paul Getty Spouse

Getty had a reputation for being a womanizer since he was a child, which alarmed his religious parents. “Paul could barely ever say ‘no’ to a woman, or ‘yes’ to a man,” his lawyer, Robin Lund, once said. In terms of his sexual proclivities, Lord Beaverbrook had described him as “Priapic” and “ever-ready.”

Elsie Eckstrom, who claimed Getty was the father of her daughter Paula, launched a paternity suit against him in Los Angeles when he was 25 years old. Eckstrom claimed Getty had taken her virginity and fathered the kid, while his legal team attempted to discredit her by alleging she had a history of promiscuity.

Eckstrom left town with the infant after Getty agreed to a $10,000 payment.

Getty was married five times and divorced each time. With four of his wives, he had five sons:

George F. Getty II (1924–1973), and Jeanette Demont (married 1923 – divorced 1926).
Allene Ashby was a woman who lived from 1926 to 1928 and had no children. While studying Spanish and handling his family’s business interests in Mexico City, Getty met 17-year-old Ashby, the daughter of a Texas rancher. They eloped to Cuernavaca, Mexico, although it was a bigamous marriage because he hadn’t divorced Jeanette yet. While still in Mexico, the two swiftly agreed to terminate the union.

Jean Ronald Getty (1929–2009), whose son Christopher Ronald Getty married Pia Miller, sister of Marie-Chantal, Crown Princess of Greece; Adolphine Helmle (1928–1932); and one son, Jean Ronald Getty (1929–2009). Adolphine, like his first and second wives, was 17 when Getty met her in Vienna. She was the daughter of a famous German doctor who opposed her marrying the 36-year-old Getty, who had been divorced twice. They eloped to Cuernavaca, where he married Allene Ashby, and then moved to Los Angeles. Getty lost interest in her after the birth of their son, and her father persuaded her to return to Germany with their kid in 1929.

Their divorce was formalized in August 1932, after a protracted and violent legal struggle, with Adolphine winning a large sum for punitive damages and full custody of Ronald.

Ann Rork (1932–1936); John Paul Getty Jr. (1932–2003) and Gordon Peter Getty (1932–2003); Ann Rork (1932–1936); Ann Rork (1932–1936); Ann Rork (1932–1936); Ann Rork (1932 (born 1933). Getty met Rork when she was 14 years old, but it wasn’t until she was 21 years old in 1930 that she became his intimate companion. The couple had to wait two years to marry because he was in the middle of his divorce with Adolphine. During their marriage, he was mostly away, spending long periods of time in Europe. In 1936, she filed for divorce, alleging emotional abuse and neglect.

She detailed an incident in which she said Getty pushed her to climb Mount Vesuvius’ crater while she was pregnant with their first son while they were on vacation in Italy. [33] The court ruled in her favor, awarding her $2,500 a month in alimony and $1,000 in child support for each of her sons.

Timothy Ware Getty (1946–1958) was the son of Louise Dudley “Teddy” Lynch (1939–1958).

Getty’s fifth wife, Louise, as Teddy Getty Gaston, published a memoir in 2013 at the age of 99, detailing how Getty chastised her for spending too much money in the 1950s on the treatment of their six-year-old son, Timmy, who had gone blind due to a brain tumor.

Timmy died when he was 12 years old, and Getty, who lived in England and was separated from his family in the United States, did not attend the funeral. That year, Gaston divorced Getty. Teddy Gaston, who lived to be 103 years old, died in April 2017.

According to a quote from Getty, “”Being a business failure is the only way to have a lasting connection with a lady,” and “I despise being a failure.” My failed marriages are something I despise and regret. I’d gladly give up all of my money for just one successful marriage.”

John Gilbert Getty Death

The cause of death for John Gilbert Getty, the grandson of oil tycoon J. Paul Getty, has been revealed as cardiomyopathy and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, complicated by fentanyl toxicity after his death at the age of 52.

J Paul Getty Grandchildren

His children are; John Paul Getty Jr., Gordon Getty, George Franklin Getty II, Timothy Getty, J. Ronald Getty, Gordon Peter Getty

Paul’s grandchildren are;  John Paul Getty III via John Paul Getty Jr., John Gilbert Getty via Gordon Getty, Nicolette Getty via Gordon Getty, Andrew Getty via Gordon Getty, Mark Getty via John Paul Getty Jr., Ariadne Getty via John Paul Getty Jr., Aileen Getty via John Paul Getty Jr., Tara Gabriel Galaxy Gramophone Getty via John Paul Getty Jr., William Paul Getty via Gordon Getty, Kendalle Getty via Gordon Getty, Alexandra Getty via Gordon Getty, Christopher Getty via J. Ronald Getty and Gordon Peter Getty, Jr. via Gordon Getty.

Ivy Getty Net Worth

Ivy Getty is estimated to be worth $0.5 billion as of 2021. She has gotten most of her wealth from inheritance.

Who is the Richest Getty as of 2021/22, Getty family net worth 2021/22

Mark Getty Net Worth

Who is the wealthiest Getty? J. Paul’s grandson Mark Getty is the richest Getty alive, he has a net worth of $3 billion as of 2021, Mark managed to consolidate the stock photography business through Getty Images, which was eventually sold to private equity firm Hellman & Friedman in 2008 for $2.4 billion; he remains the chairman of Getty Images. Read on

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