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it comes from the company hoover and people now callvacuum clearers hoovers

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Did john Edgar Hoover have kids?

it was never recorded that J Edgar Hoover had children. He was a life long bachelor.


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What does the name Hoover mean?

Hoover is a surname that has as its origin the distinguished German surname "Hueber" or "Huber," which means "land owner" and was first found in the Province of Bavaria, Germany, where the Hoover family name became a prominent contributor to the province and where the Hoover family crest originated. The first known Hoover to come to the United States was a Bar Hoover in 1711. A number of well-known Americans were born with the Hoover surname: 1. Herbert Clark Hoover (b 1874 - d 1964; 31st President of the United States); 2. J. Edgar Hoover (b 1875 - d 1972: American director of the Federal Bureau of Investigations for 48 years); 3. Stevin Ray Hoover (b. 1948, founder of the eponymous Boston money management firm); 4. William Henry Hoover (b. 1839, d. 1932, who bought a pattern for the electric cleaning machine and started the Hoover Suction Sweeper Co., later known as Hoover Vacuums); and 5. Margaret Hoover (b. 1977, a conservative political commentator and Fox News contributor; great-granddaughter of the 31st President). The Hoovervacuum cleaner was so popular that people, particularly in the U.K., started calling all vacuum cleaners "Hoovers."


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