Lista de Personas Famosas llamadas Cornelius
Cornelius Vanderbilt I, también conocido como El Comodoro o Comodoro Vanderbilt, fue un empresario estadounidense que amasó su fortuna gracias al transporte mediante barcos y ferrocarriles. Fue el patriarca de la familia Vanderbilt.
Cornelius Vanderbilt II
Cornelius Vanderbilt II was an American socialite, businessman, and a member of the prominent United States Vanderbilt family. He was the favorite grandson of Commodore Cornelius Vanderbilt, who bequeathed him $5 million, and the eldest son of William Henry "Billy" Vanderbilt and Maria Louisa Kissam. In his turn he succeeded them as the Chairman and the President of the New York Central and related railroad lines in 1885.
Cornelius Meister (born 23 February 1980 in Hannover, is a German conductor and pianist. His father, Konrad Meister, was a pianist and professor of piano at the Musikhochschule Hannover. His mother is also a piano teacher. His half-brother, Rudolf Meister, is also a pianist and is Rector of the Musikhochschule Mannheim.
Cornelius Vanderbilt IV
Cornelius Jonah Vanderbilt IV was a newspaper publisher, journalist, author, and military officer. He was an outcast of high society, and was disinherited by his parents when he became a newspaper publisher. He desired to live a "normal" life but was burdened by large debt and could not maintain the lifestyle associated with his family's social position to which he had become accustomed.
Rolf Nikolaus Cornelius Gurlitt, son of Hildebrand Gurlitt, a Third Reich dealer of Nazi-looted art, grandson and great-grandnephew of his namesakes Cornelius Gurlitt and Cornelius Gurlitt (composer), is known for the stash of artworks discovered in his apartment some of which was proven to be looted art from the Nazi era. The collection was confiscated by German tax authorities in 2012 on dubious grounds but eventually agreed to be returned to Gurlitt's possession in 2014, although this never happened in his lifetime. After the collection came to public attention in 2013, Gurlitt agreed that any items which could be identified as looted should be returned to surviving relatives of the persons from whom the items were originally stolen. In his will he bequeathed all his property, including the art collection, to the Museum of Fine Arts in Bern, Switzerland, which agreed to accept them minus any items of suspect provenance, which remain in Germany pending further investigation.
Cornelius Rost was an Austrian drafted into the German army as a soldier in World War II who claimed that he escaped from a Soviet Gulag camp in Chukchi Peninsula, Siberia. His supposed experiences were the basis for a book, a television series, and a film. However, gross inaccuracies have led to his story being dismissed as a fraud in Germany.
Cornelio el Centurión
Cornelio el Centurión fue un centurión romano y, según el Nuevo Testamento, el primer gentil en ser bautizado en la fe cristiana. Festividad de la Iglesia católica el 2 de febrero.
Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney
Cornelius Vanderbilt "Sonny" Whitney was an American businessman, film producer, government official, writer and philanthropist. He was also a polo player and the owner of a significant stable of Thoroughbred racehorses.
Cornelius Sim fue un cardenal católico bruneano que ocupaba el cargo de vicario apostólico de Brunéi.
Cornelius Vanderbilt III
Brigadier General Cornelius "Neily" Vanderbilt III was an American military officer, inventor, engineer, and yachtsman. He was a member of the Vanderbilt family.
Cornelius Gustav Gurlitt was a German architect and art historian.
Cornelius Clarkson Vermeule III
Cornelius Clarkson Vermeule III was an American scholar of ancient art and curator of classical art at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, from 1957 to 1996. He was also well known as a numismatist. He also used the pseudonyms Wentworth Bunsen, Isao Tsukinabe and Northwold Nuffler.
Cornelius O'Callaghan, 1st Viscount Lismore
Cornelius O'Callaghan, 1st Viscount Lismore PC (I) was an Irish Whig politician.
Cornelius Gurlitt fue un compositor alemán.