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4 Glenwyllin Road, Waterloo, Liverpool...former home of Andrew Latimer, Chief Steward on the Titanic

4 Glenwyllin Road, Waterloo, Liverpool...former home of Andrew Latimer, Chief Steward on the Titanic

John Jacob "Jakey" Astor VI (1912–1992) American socialite & businessman. Dubbed the "Titanic Baby", best known for his affiliation with the RMS Titanic, being an unborn survivor of the sinking. He was born four months after his father, John Jacob Astor IV, died in the sinking of the Titanic, whose estate was around $100 million (equivalent to $2,418,965,517 in 2013). Jakey inherited $3 million on his 21st birthday, which by that point had grown to $5 million (equivalent to $90,167,095 in…

John Jacob "Jakey" Astor VI (1912–1992) American socialite & businessman. Dubbed the "Titanic Baby", best known for his affiliation with the RMS Titanic, being an unborn survivor of the sinking. He was born four months after his father, John Jacob Astor IV, died in the sinking of the Titanic, whose estate was around $100 million (equivalent to $2,418,965,517 in 2013). Jakey inherited $3 million on his 21st birthday, which by that point had grown to $5 million (equivalent to $90,167,095 in…

The six-year-old John Jacob Astor VI, born four months after his father perished on the Titanic.

The six-year-old John Jacob Astor VI, born four months after his father perished on the Titanic.

Lynnewood Hall is a 110-room Neoclassical Revival mansion in Elkins Park, Montgomery County designed by architect Horace Trumbauer for industrialist Peter A. B. Widener between 1897 and 1900. Considered the largest surviving Gilded Age mansion in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area,[1] it housed one of the most important Gilded Age private art collections of European masterpieces and decorative arts assembled by Widener and his younger son Joseph.  Peter A. B. Widener died at Lynnewood Hall…

Lynnewood Hall is a 110-room Neoclassical Revival mansion in Elkins Park, Montgomery County designed by architect Horace Trumbauer for industrialist Peter A. B. Widener between 1897 and 1900. Considered the largest surviving Gilded Age mansion in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area,[1] it housed one of the most important Gilded Age private art collections of European masterpieces and decorative arts assembled by Widener and his younger son Joseph. Peter A. B. Widener died at Lynnewood Hall…

Geni - Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt, I (1877-1915)died on the rms lusitania

Geni - Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt, I (1877-1915)died on the rms lusitania

Gilded Age: Image detail for -... of the Gilded Age: John Jacob Astor's Titanic Fifth Avenue Mansion

Gilded Age: Image detail for -... of the Gilded Age: John Jacob Astor's Titanic Fifth Avenue Mansion

First Floor plan of the John Jacob Astor Mansion, when it was a twin townhouse shared with his mother, The Mrs. Astor of the, "400".

First Floor plan of the John Jacob Astor Mansion, when it was a twin townhouse shared with his mother, The Mrs. Astor of the, "400".

Photograph of Gilded Age, John Jacob Astor, who passed away on the Titanic's sinking.

Famous Passengers Aboard the Titanic's Doomed Voyage

Photograph of Gilded Age, John Jacob Astor, who passed away on the Titanic's sinking.

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