17-year-old Gloria Vanderbilt marries Hollywood agent Pasquale "Pat" DiCicco in 1941. They divorced in 1945. She went on to marry and divorce conductor Leopold Stokowski, director Sidney Lumet, and author Wyatt Emory Cooper (with whom she had two sons).
William Henry Vanderbilt. Fourth child and eldest son of Cornelius Vanderbilt. Married Mary Louisa Kissam with whom he had eight children, the oldest was Cornelius Vanderbilt II, grandfather of Gloria Vanderbilt Cooper.
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666 Fifth Ave. | Manhattan, NY. The residence of William K. Vanderbilt, Jr. and Mrs. Virginia Fair Vanderbilt. Constructed by Stanford White it was a gift from William K. Vanderbilt to his son and daughter-in-law.
Mrs Cornelius Vanderbilt III (Grace Wilson) and her children Cornelius Vanderbilt IV and Grace Vanderbilt. She was the wife of Consuelo Vanderbilt's first cousin. Their daughter Grace was at one time rumored to be engaged to Consuelo's son Lord Ivor Spencer-Churchill.