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Mary Anne MacLeod Trump (Mary Anne MacLeod) was born on 10 May, 1912 in Tong, Lewis, Scotland. Discover Mary Anne MacLeod Trump’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 88 years old?
|Popular As||Mary Anne MacLeod|
|Age||88 years old|
|Born||10 May 1912|
|Birthplace||Tong, Lewis, Scotland|
|Date of death||(2000-08-07) New Hyde Park, New York, U.S.|
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Who Is Mary Anne MacLeod Trump’s Husband?
Her husband is Fred Trump
(m. 1936; died 1999)
(m. 1936; died 1999)
Mary Anne MacLeod Trump Net Worth
Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2022-2023. So, how much is Mary Anne MacLeod Trump worth at the age of 88 years old? Mary Anne MacLeod Trump’s income source is mostly from being a successful . She is from United States. We have estimated
Mary Anne MacLeod Trump’s net worth
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|Net Worth in 2023||$1 Million – $5 Million|
|Salary in 2023||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2022||Pending|
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MacLeod raised her children in the Presbyterian faith of her upbringing; on January 20, 2017, incoming U.S. President Donald Trump took his inaugural oath of office using a copy of the Revised Standard Version Bible given to him by his mother in 1955 when he graduated from a Presbyterian Sunday school. MacLeod drove a Rolls-Royce that bore the vanity plates “MMT”, the initials of her name, Mary MacLeod Trump.
Mary Anne’s husband, Fred Trump, died at age 93 in June 1999 after falling ill with pneumonia. She died one year later on August 7, 2000, at Long Island Jewish Medical Center in New Hyde Park, New York, at age 88. Services were held at Marble Collegiate Church in Manhattan and she was buried alongside her husband and son (Fred Jr.) at Lutheran All Faiths Cemetery in Middle Village, Queens. The death notice in her Scottish hometown newspaper, the Stornoway Gazette, read: “Peacefully in New York on August 7, Mary Ann [sic] Trump, aged 88 years. Daughter of the late Malcolm and Mary MacLeod, 5 Tong. Much missed.”
As she grew older, Trump suffered from severe osteoporosis. On October 31, 1991, at 79, she was mugged while shopping on Union Turnpike near her home. She resisted the mugger’s attempt to steal her purse, which contained $14, and was then knocked to the ground and beaten. She sustained broken ribs, facial bruises, several fractures, a brain hemorrhage, and permanent damage to her sight and hearing. A bread-truck driver named Lawrence Herbert apprehended Paul LoCasto, her 16-year-old assailant, for which he was later rewarded by Donald Trump with a check that kept him from losing his home to foreclosure. Paul LoCasto later pleaded guilty to robbery and assault, and was sentenced to three to nine years in prison.
In 1981, MacLeod’s oldest son, Fred Jr., died from complications due to alcoholism.
Though the 1940 census form filed by Mary Anne and her husband, Fred Trump, stated that she was a naturalized citizen, she did not actually become one until March 10, 1942. However, there is no evidence that she violated any immigration laws prior to her naturalization, as she frequently traveled internationally and was afterwards able to re-enter the U.S. MacLeod returned to her home area in Scotland often during the course of her life and spoke Gaelic when she did.
The family lived in Jamaica, Queens, and later specifically in Jamaica Estates. At first, the couple lived in the house of MacLeod’s mother-in-law; however, by 1940, the couple, having moved out, had begun an upwardly mobile existence, having taken on a Scottish domestic servant for their own household. MacLeod generally worked as a housewife within the family, but sometimes helped with her husband’s real estate business, such as collecting coins from laundry machines in family-owned apartment buildings.
In the mid-1930s, while MacLeod was living with her sister in Queens, she met Fred Trump—already a property developer and builder—at a party; on a subsequent visit to Scotland, she told her family that she had met her future husband. They married at the Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church on January 11, 1936, with George Arthur Buttrick officiating. The wedding reception for 25 guests was held at the Carlyle Hotel in Manhattan. They honeymooned in Atlantic City, New Jersey. On April 5, 1937, she gave birth to their first child, Maryanne, followed by Fred Jr. (1938–1981), Elizabeth (born 1942), Donald (born 1946), and Robert (1948–2020). The final birth led to an emergency hysterectomy, which she barely survived.
Arriving in the U.S. with $50 (equivalent to $887 in 2022), MacLeod lived with her older sister Christina Matheson on Long Island and worked as a domestic servant for at least four years. One of these jobs appears to have been as a nanny for a well-to-do family in a New York suburb, but the position was eliminated due to economic difficulties caused by the Great Depression. As a 2016 account in Scottish newspaper The National put it, she “started life in America as a dirt-poor servant escaping the even worse poverty of her native land.” Having obtained a U.S. Re-entry Permit—only granted to immigrants intending to stay and gain citizenship—she returned to Scotland on the SS Cameronia on September 12, 1934. She was recorded as living in New York by April 1935 in the 1940 U.S. Census.
Born in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland, Mary Trump immigrated to the United States in 1930 and became a naturalized citizen in March 1942. She raised five children with her husband and lived in the New York area.
With several siblings having already established themselves there, MacLeod may have first visited the United States for a short stay in December 1929. She was issued immigration visa number 26698 at Glasgow on February 17, 1930. On May 2, MacLeod left Glasgow on board the RMS Transylvania arriving in New York City on May 11 (one day after her 18th birthday). She declared she intended to become a U.S. citizen and would be staying permanently in America. She was one of tens of thousands of young Scots who left for the United States or Canada during this period, Scotland having suffered badly the consequences of the Clearances and World War I. The alien passenger list of the Transylvania lists her occupation as a domestic worker.
Mary Anne Trump (née MacLeod; Scottish Gaelic: Màiri Anna Nic Leòid [ˈmaːɾʲɪ ˈan̪ˠa ɲiçkʲ ˈʎɔːtʲ]; May 10, 1912 – August 7, 2000) was a Scottish-American domestic worker. She was the wife of real-estate developer Fred Trump. The couple were the parents of Donald Trump, the 45th president of the United States.
Mary Anne MacLeod was born in a pebbledashed croft house owned by her father since 1895 in the village of Tong, on the Isle of Lewis. Raised in a Scottish Gaelic-speaking household, Mary was the youngest of ten children born to Malcolm (1866–1954) and Mary MacLeod (née Smith; 1867–1963). Her father was a crofter, fisherman and compulsory officer at Mary’s school. English was her second language, which she learned at the school she attended until secondary school.