World records continue to be set and broken, but the record of the most stingy American woman in the world could not be broken even a century later. According to the UAE’s Al-Bayan newspaper, there are many miseries in human history, and stories of their miserliness are well known, but the American woman Hetty Green is regularly named in the Guinness Book of World Records. He has been named the most stingy man in the history of the world.
Hetty Green where was born
Haiti Green was born on November 21, 1834, in New Bedford, Massachusetts, USA, and died on July 3, 1916. Haiti Green was one of the richest women in the world at the time, and she was the richest woman in the world at the time. Stingy people are called “Hetty Greens”. The incredible tales of Haiti Green’s miserliness are popular throughout the United States. It is rumored that Haiti Green has never spent a penny in her life. Not much is known about her childhood, but after becoming a businessman and celebrity, she never made a new pair for herself. She always wore a torn chador or dupatta, old and patched, and kept it covered until it itself rotted and fell off. Because of her dilapidated condition, she was nicknamed the “Wall Street Witch” and is known by that nickname.
What family did hetty green belong to?
The Haitian Green family was involved in the fish trade. As a child, Haiti’s mother fell ill and was sent to her grandfather’s house. At the age of 6, Haiti helped him check his grandfather’s business papers. He was taught by his grandfather how to save money and how not to spend it, then due to his math skills, Haiti was hired by his wealthy family as his accountant at the age of 13, later at the age of 15, he was further educated. Sent to Boston. Haiti was the only child of her parents. Her father died in 1864, leaving her with an inheritance of 7. 7.5 million, equivalent to 7 107 million at the time, followed by the death of Haiti Green’s childless paternal uncle, Sylvia. He bequeathed 2 2 million in inheritance to a charity, and when Haiti learned of the will, he immediately prepared another will in court. Petitioned that my uncle had given his property and cash in my name. When the court ruled in her favor, all of her aunt’s wealth went to Haiti.
Where Hetty Green got married
At age 33, she married Edward Henry Green, a wealthy Haitian businessman. Prior to the marriage, which took place in 1867, Haiti signed an agreement with Green’s husband, under which all her wealth passed to Haiti after her husband’s death. Haiti thus became the richest woman in the world at that time. He later started a property business and invested in laying railway tracks. He invested money in New York, which increased his wealth day and night. Haiti’s wealth can be gauged from the fact that it was approached by the US government during the 1907 recession.
The stinginess of hetty green
Edward Henry Green had two children in Haiti Green. Haiti’s stinginess became known throughout the United States for its stingy treatment of its youngest son, Ned. Ned’s leg was broken when he felt like a child. The father had already died. The millionaire mother kept visiting the hospitals for the poor so that she could get free treatment, but in the cycle of free treatment, the child’s leg had to be amputated, but the mother did not spend a single penny on his treatment. The news was also very popular at the time. Some people say that Haiti did not even bother to take her son Ned to a free hospital for treatment, to avoid the cost of coming and going, he gave the child home treatment. He continued and his leg rotted and fell. Haiti’s stinginess is also known for never heating a bath or washing water to save money. She always bathed in cold water and never used soap in her life. She was very stingy when it came to food and drink, spending only two cents a day. Due to Haiti’s miserliness, his family also had a very difficult life. Haiti died in New York at the age of 81. At the same time, he was listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as “the most stingy person in the world”, which no one could break even after a century. At the time of his death, Haiti had rotten clothes on his body and his wealth was estimated at ارب 3.8 billion. See less