Morning - Here is all I have on poor little Virginia:
EMANUEL, MISS ETHEL VIRGINIA. (Child). Saved in Lifeboat number 13. Home address: c/o Miss Martin, Savoy Hotel, London, UK. Going to her grandparents in New York City. She had been deserted by her step-father. Being looked after by Miss Elizabeth Dowdell.
Insurance claim number B158. Property: $547.75 claim filed by her grandfather Samuel J. Weill.
Her parents were actors and could not spare the time to look after her so they sent her to her grandparents.
(From The Emergency and Relief booklet by the American Red Cross, 1913).
No. 135. (American). Girl, 6 years old, deserted by step-father, was saved by her nurse, on trip to her grandparents in New York. Needed new supply of clothing. ($100).
Miss Virginia Ethel Emmanuel, 5, boarded the Titanic at Southampton with her Nurse Miss Elizabeth Dowdell who was escorting her to her grandparents home in New York, NY. Her step-father had deserted her and her mother who was, according the New York American, the Opera singer Estelle Emanuele
An insurance claim (number B158) for property worth $547.75 was filed by her grandfather Samuel J. Weill.
I hope that it helps?
Best regards Brian J. Ticehurst Southampton UK.