Lord Adolphus FitzClarence, GCH, ADC (18 February 1802 – 17 May 1856) was a British naval officer . Contents 1 Biography 2 Ancestry 3 Notes 4 See also 5 References 6 External links Biography [ edit] HMS "Tagus" with Lord Adolphus FitzClarence aboard, running into Marsamaxett Harbour, Valletta, in 1815
Fitzclarence or FitzClarence is a pseudo-Anglo-Norman name meaning "son of Clarence"—it usually refers to an illegitimate son of a Duke of Clarence, or a descendant thereof, and was used by them as a surname. Bookplate showing the arms granted to the Fitzclarences The FitzClarence family was an illegitimate branch of the House of Hanover.
Adolfo FitzClarence (18 de febrero de 1802 - 17 de mayo de 1856). Augusta FitzClarence (17 de noviembre de 1803 - 8 de diciembre de 1865), casada primero con Juan Kennedy-Erskine y luego con Lord Juan Gordon Halyburton. Augusto FitzClarence (1 de marzo de 1805 - 14 de junio de 1854), casado con Sarah Gordon.
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hace 2 días · Lord Adolphus FitzClarence (18 February 1802 - 17 May 1856) Adolphus FitzClarence was born at Bushy House. He attended a boarding school in Sunbury-on-Thames before being sent to sea at the age of eleven in 1813. He subsequently served as a midshipman aboard Newcastle based in North America and then later in the Mediterranean Sea.
Brigadier General Charles FitzClarence VC (8 May 1865 – 12 November 1914)  was an Anglo-Irish recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces. Contents 1 Early life 2 The VC action 3 The Great War 4 The medal 5 Family 6 Notes