Answer: Leona Helmsley died in 2007 at the age of 86. A probate judge in 2008 gave discretion to her executors after finding that her will was not entirely valid. The $12 million left to her dog was reduced to $2 million and later to $1 million, and her two disinherited grandchildren were awarded a portion of her estate, approximately commensurate with the other heirs.
Answer: Morgan Tsvangirai. He is leader of Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) ,main Zimbabwe opposition to President Robert Mugabe. Mr Tsvangirai is current Prime Minister in a power-sharing Zimbabwe Government.
Answer: The credit that was in his name only will not affect your credit in anyway. They may be able to come after his estate. Contact an attorney for more details with that end of it. I would let them know he died and if they ask or keep harassing you send them the death certificate.
Answer: it is windsorNo it is NOT Windsor! Windsor was brought in by King George V in 1917 to replace the German sounding Saxe-Coburg-Gotha of his grand-father Prince Albert. Before 1917 members of the British Royal Family had no surname, but only the name of the house or dynasty to which they belonged.
After marrying Queen Victoria belonged to the House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, which was carried through by her eldest son Edward VII, whose son George V was the second king of the Saxe-Coburg-Gotha dynasty. In 1917 George V changed the house name to Windsor, after the castle of the same name, and also declared that all male and unmarried female descenants of Queen Victoria would carry the surname Windsor. Queen Elizabeth II is from the House of Windsor, although she has changed the surname to Mountbatten-Windsor.
All Royals that carry the title of HRH Pince or Princess are not required to use a surname.
Answer: 1) Great Britain changed from a European power to the most powerful nation on earth through its empire-building, 2) it changed from an agricultural society to an industrial society and 3) it saw the rise of trade unions and a vast extension of voting rights for its (male) inhabitants.