James Clair Flood Net Worth, Biography And Facts

James Clair Flood Net Worth

James Clair Flood Net Worth:

USD $30 million at the time of his death

James Clair Flood Biography

James Clair Flood (October 25, 1826 – February 21, 1889) was an American businessman who made a fortune thanks to the Comstock Lode in Nevada. His mining operations are recounted to this day as an outstanding example of what may be done with a rich ore body and a genius for stock manipulation. Flood piled up millions as one of the famed "Bonanza Kings" and is considered to have been one of the 100 wealthiest Americans, leaving an enormous fortune. He is famous for two mansions, the James C. Flood Mansion at 1000 California St. in San Francisco, and Linden Towers located in Menlo Park, torn down in 1936.

How much is James Clair Flood worth in 2021?

According to our sources, the net worth of James Clair Flood for 2021 is USD $30 million at the time of his death (as of December 23rd, 2020).

Other James Clair Flood Facts

James Clair Flood Profile
Born October 25, 1826
Staten Island, New York
Died February 21, 1889(1889-02-21) (aged 62)
Heidelberg, German Empire
Resting Place Cypress Lawn Memorial Park
Nationality American
Occupation Carriage builder, carpenter, farmer, saloonkeeper, stockbroker, partner in Comstock Lode mines
Organization Flood & O'Brien
Consolidated Virginia Mining Company
Bank of Nevada
Known for Being one of the "Bonanza Kings"
Net worth USD $30 million at the time of his death