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  1. hace 4 días · Lady Augusta Margaret FitzClarence (29 July 1822 – 5 September 1846); married Baron Knut Philip Bonde in Paris in 1844, died of childbed fever in Katrineholm, Sweden, one daughter (Ingeborg Augusta Sofia Bonde, 1846–1872). William George FitzClarence, 2nd Earl of Munster (19 May 1824 – 30 April 1901).

    • 29 January 1794
    • 20 March 1842 (aged 48), London, England
  2. 05/05/2022 · Swinton (1816 – 1888) was born in Berwickshire and studied at Edinburgh’s Trustees’ Academy before being enrolled in the Royal Academy in London in 1840. He soon became one of the most sought-after portrait painters of his day. More of his work can be found at the National Portrait Gallery and the British Museum.

  3. 09/05/2022 · The FitzClarence gates at Letham Hill were commissioned by Lady Augusta FitzClarence, owner of Etal Manor from 1821 to 1876, as a surprise for her husband Lord Frederick FitzClarence, Lieutenant-General in the British army and an illegitimate son of King William IV. Sadly, Lord FitzClarence did not see this gift as he succumbed to illness […]

  4. 02/05/2022 · Search your ancestors in the #1 genealogy database in Continental Europe.

  5. 05/05/2022 · Lieutenant Colonel George Augustus Fitzclarence, <i>Journal of a Route across India, through Egypt to England: In the Latter End of The Year 1817 and the Beginning of 1818 by Lieutenant Colonel Fitzclarence</i>, London: John Murray, 1819, 1st edition<br><br>xxiv; 502; [1] pages lacking half-title, 13 plates (mostly aquatint, 9 hand-coloured), 4 engraved battle-plans with partial hand-colouring ...

  6. 10/05/2022 · King George IV lived a life of excess, a far cry from how he was brought up under the eye of mad King George III. Here is his wild real-life story.

  7. hace 3 días · Wilhelm IV. ( englisch William IV; vormalig HRH The Prince William Henry, Duke of Clarence and St Andrews, Earl of Munster; * 21. August 1765 in Buckingham House, London; † 20. Juni 1837 auf Windsor Castle, Berkshire) war von 1830 bis 1837 König des Vereinigten Königreichs von Großbritannien und Irland sowie in Personalunion König von ...