Businessman and buyer who became the very first American multimillionaire after developing a monopoly within the hair trading sector. His first work was doing work for his dad being a dairy products salesmen. He began his business smuggling opium around enough time of the brand new War. He previously one sibling. He wedded Sarah Cox Todd, and jointly that they had eight kids. He bought a rent on Manhattan isle from Aaron Burr.
|1||Upon his death, his remains were interred at Trinity Church Cemetery and Mausoleum in New York City. His location plot is Westerly Division, Lots 743-786.|
|2||Astor had a miniature steam locomotive which he rode around his estate. He had a small train station and a round house build for this steam engine.|
|3||During his life he also developed several mechanical devices including a bicycle brake, helped to develop the turbine engine, and invented a pneumatic road-improver.|
|4||He was the richest person on the RMS Titanic.|
|5||Was 46 when he married Madeleine Talmadge Force; she was 18.|
|6||Wife Madeleine Astor named their son after her late husband in August 1912.|
|7||Has three children; daughter Ava (b. 1902) and sons Vincent (b. 1892) and John Jacob Astor V (b. 1912)|
|8||Lieutenant-Colonel, U.S. Army, in the Spanish-American War.|
|Col. John Jacob Astor, Staff and Veterans of the Spanish-American War||1899||Short||Himself|
|President McKinley's Inspection of Camp Wikoff||1898||Short||Himself|
|Tesla: Master of Lightning||2000||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
|Biography||1996||TV Series documentary||Himself (This Is John Jacob Astor Vi)|
|Titanic: Death of a Dream||1994||TV Movie documentary||Himself - as John Astor|
|National Geographic Video: Secrets of the Titanic||1986||Video documentary||Himself - passenger (uncredited)|
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|1||A man who has a million dollars is as well off as if he were rich.|
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