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John F Kenney, JFK Jr, carolyn bessett, photos, pictures, information

This page was created in memory of John F. Kennedy Jr., his beloved wife Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy and her sister Lauren Bessette. They, as well as their families, will be in our hearts and prayers forever.

  John F. Kennedy Jr. turned down an offer by one of his flying instructors to accompany him the night of his fatal flight to Martha’s Vineyard, saying he “wanted to do it alone,” federal investigators say.
  In its final report on the crash, the National Transportation Safety Board said the instructor who offered to go with him was not “comfortable” with having Kennedy alone at the controls that evening, given the route and the weather conditions.
  Kennedy’s single-engine Piper Saratoga crashed as he was flying with his wife, Carolyn Bessette Kennedy, and her sister, Lauren Bessette, from Fairfield, N.J., just outside New York City, to Martha’s Vineyard on July 16, 1999. All three died.


JFK Jr's Will & Estate

This is the will John F. Kennedy, Jr. signed in December 1997 and which was filed in New York City Surrogate's Court on September 24 (along with a copy of his death certificate). Kennedy named his wife Carolyn as his principal beneficiary, but since she died with her husband, most of his assets will be distributed, via a trust, to Kennedy's family and friends. Previously, the mother of Carolyn and Lauren Bessette filed these papers to begin settling her daughters's estates.
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Settling The Bessette Estates

The mother of Carolyn Bessette Kennedy and Lauren Bessette has initiated court proceedings to settle the estates of her daughters, both of whom were killed with John F. Kennedy, Jr. when his small plane crashed into the waters off Martha's Vineyard in mid-July. Ann M. Freeman today (August 26) filed papers in New York City's Surrogate's Court seeking letters of administration for the two estates, both of which Freeman valued at less than $500,000, according to these court records. Along with copies of death certificates for both of her daughters, Freeman's two petitions also seek to retain the rights for "Personal injury and wrongful death claims against persons and parties as yet unknown arising from airplane crash on July 16, 1999."
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