Nicknamed the Commodore. He amassed a massive lot of money through shipping and delivery and railroads. He lowered out of college at age group 11 to function for his father’s ferry business. He was a renowned philanthropist and utilized section of his lot of money to start out a famous college or university that bore his name. His boy William Henry Vanderbilt significantly extended the empire and put into the millions gained by his dad. He wedded Sophia Johnson in 1813 and he previously another son called George Washington Vanderbilt II. He employed the fantastic orator Daniel Webster to guard him in the Supreme Courtroom against monopoly fees.
|1||Great-great-great grandfather of John Spencer-Churchill. Great-great-great-great grandfather of Lord Blandford.|
|2||Began his first business, a transport and freight service between New York City and Staten Island, at age 16 with $100 he borrowed from his mother. He repaid the loan after the first year with an additional $1,000. Upon his death, he was the wealthiest man in the United States.|
|3||Provided the initial gift to fund Vanderbilt University, which is named in his honor.|
|4||Sometimes-business partner of Leonard Jerome, maternal grandfather of Winston Churchill.|
|5||Great-grandfather of the Duchess of Marlborough, and William K. Vanderbilt. Great-great-grandfather of Gloria Vanderbilt, Mrs. Earl E.T. Smith, C.V. Whitney, and Cornelius Vanderbilt Jr.. Great-great-great grandfather of Anderson Cooper.|
|Biography||1995||TV Series documentary||Himself|
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|1||I have been insane on the subject of moneymaking all my life.|
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