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Pierpont and Fanny had four children. Louisa, the first and favorite daughter, was devoted to her father and traveled with him frequently before her marriage to Herbert L. Satterlee. J. P. Morgan, Jr., called Jack, succeeded his father as head of the house of Morgan. Juliet married a descendant of Alexander Hamilton, William Pierson Hamilton, who joined his father-in-law's banking firm. Anne, the only free spirit among the Morgan children, went on to found a major relief agency in postwar France.
In 1882, the family moved to a brownstone mansion at 219 Madison Avenue, at 36th Street, which remained the Morgans' New York City residence throughout Pierpont's life. He spent several months of each year abroad and was frequently at his father's London town house at Princes Gate or at Dover House, the family estate at Roehampton in South west London.