have inherited

See: hold, possess
References in classic literature ?
That was why I asked you the question, I replied, because I see that you are indifferent about money, which is a characteristic rather of those who have inherited their fortunes than of those who have acquired them; the makers of fortunes have a second love of money as a creation of their own, resembling the affection of authors for their own poems, or of parents for their children, besides that natural love of it for the sake of use and profit which is common to them and all men.
Women were found to be around twice as likely to have inherited someone else's shares than men, which is likely to be partly due to women's longer life expectancies.
However, a person with normal testing beyond age 50 is very unlikely to have inherited the MEN1 gene mutation.