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  1. Dorothea Jordan, née Bland (21 November 1761 – 5 July 1816), was an Anglo-Irish actress, as well as a courtesan.She was the long-time mistress of Prince William, Duke of Clarence, later William IV, and the mother of ten illegitimate children by him, all of whom took the surname FitzClarence.

  2. Dorothea Jordan (1761-1816), liaison de 1791 à 1811, mère de George FitzClarence (1794-1842), Sophia FitzClarence (1796-1837), Mary FitzClarence (1798-1864), Frederick FitzClarence (1799-1854), Elizabeth FitzClarence (1801-1856), Adolphus FitzClarence (1802-1856), Augusta FitzClarence (1803-1865), Augustus FitzClarence (1805-1854), et Amelia ...

  3. Carlotta Augusta Luisa, morta alla nascita (21 marzo 1819); Elisabetta Georgiana Adelaide (1820-1821). Dalla propria amante, Dorothea Bland (detta Miss Jordan), ebbe i seguenti figli, che vennero sempre considerati illegittimi, pur ricevendo nobilitazione dal padre: George FitzClarence, I conte di Munster; Henry FitzClarence;

  4. Guillaume IV (William IV en anglais), né William Henry le 21 août 1765 au palais de Buckingham et mort le 20 juin 1837 au château de Windsor (), comte de Munster et duc de Clarence et de St-Andrews en 1789, est roi du Royaume-Uni de Grande-Bretagne et d'Irlande et de Hanovre du 26 juin 1830 jusqu'à sa mort.

  5. Her daughter, Charlotte Augusta Louise, lived only a few hours. Another pregnancy in the same year caused William to move the household to England so his future heir would be born on British soil; however, Adelaide miscarried at Calais [15] or Dunkirk [16] during the journey on 5 September 1819.

  6. Diese schenkte Wilhelm insgesamt zehn illegitime Kinder, die den Familiennamen FitzClarence erhielten und von der britischen Thronfolge ausgeschlossen waren. Infolge zunehmender Entfremdung trennte sich Wilhelm nach fast zwanzigjähriger Beziehung im Jahr 1811 von seiner Mätresse, die verarmt auf der Flucht vor ihren Gläubigern in Frankreich verstarb.

  7. William IV, also called (1789–1830) Prince William Henry, duke of Clarence, German Wilhelm Heinrich, byname the Sailor King, (born August 21, 1765, London, England—died June 20, 1837, Windsor Castle, near London), king of Great Britain and Ireland and king of Hanover from June 26, 1830. Personally opposed to parliamentary reform, he grudgingly accepted the epochal Reform Act of 1832, which ...