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  1. William George FitzClarence, 2nd Earl of Munster (19 May 1824 – 30 April 1901). Hon Frederick Charles George FitzClarence (1 February 1826 – 17 December 1878); married Adelaide Augusta Wilhelmine Sidney, daughter of his aunt Sophia FitzClarence; no issue.

    • 29 January 1794
    • 20 March 1842 (aged 48), London, England
  2. George FitzClarence, 1st Earl of Munster. Earl of Munster was a title created twice, once in the Peerage of Ireland and once in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. The first creation came in 1789 in favour of Prince William, the third son of King George III. He was made Duke of Clarence and St Andrews at the same time.

  3. About George FitzClarence, 1st Earl of Munster. "George Augustus Frederick FitzClarence, 1st Earl of Munster PC (29 January 1794 – 20 March 1842), was the eldest natural son of William IV of the United Kingdom and his long-time mistress Dorothy Jordan. Like his siblings, he had little contact with his mother after his parents separated in 1811, ...

    • William IV of the United Kingdom, Dorothea Jordan
    • Somerset Street, London, England
    • January 29, 1794
    • Hampton, Middlesex, England
  4. George Augustus Frederick FitzClarence, 1st Earl of Munster, 1st Viscount FitzClarence, 1st Baron Tewkesbury, was born 29 January 1794 to William IV of the United Kingdom (1765-1837) and Dorothy Bland (1761-1816) and died 20 March 1842 London, England, United Kingdom of suicide by pistol shot.

  5. George FitzClarence, 1st Earl of Munster.. Earl of Munster was a title created twice, once in the Peerage of Ireland and once in the Peerage of the United Kingdom.The first creation came in 1789 in favour of Prince William, the third son of King George III.