Moorehead bequeathed $ 25,000 to Muskingum College, with instructions to fund one or more “Agnes Moorehead Scholarships”. She also left half of her manuscripts to Muskingum with the other half going to the University of Wisconsin. Her family’s Ohio farm went to John Brown University in Siloam Springs, Arkansas, along with her collection of Bibles and biblical scholarship materials.
Her mother Mary received all of Moorehead’s clothing and jewelry, and Moorehead made article to support Mary for the rest of her life. The Beverly Hills home was left to her attorney Franklin Rohner, along with the furnishings and personal property within. Small bequests were made for friends and domestic staff along with some charitable contributions. In her will, she made no provision for Sean, dé John Griffith Lee, whom she had allegedly adopted but it was found that she only fostered Sean until his 18th birthday, and the will stated that she had “no children, natural or adopted, living or deceased “.
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