Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Guelphic Order. Spouse (s) Lady Augusta Boyle. Relations. William IV (father) Dorothea Jordan (mother) Lieutenant-General Lord Frederick FitzClarence, GCH (9 December 1799 – 30 October 1854) was a British Army officer and the third illegitimate son of King William IV by his mistress Dorothea Jordan .
- 9 December 1799
- United Kingdom
- 30 October 1854 (aged 54)
- British Army
A private journal of General Craufurd's out-post operations on the Coa and Agueda in 1810, by Major General Shaw Kennedy by Frederick Fitzclarence ( Book ) 1 edition published in 1851
María FitzClarence (19 de diciembre de 1798 - 13 de julio de 1864), casada con Carlos Fox. Federico FitzClarence (9 de diciembre de 1799 - 30 de octubre de 1854), casado con Lady Augusta Boyle. Isabel FitzClarence (17 de enero de 1801 - 16 de enero de 1856), casada con Guillermo Hay, conde de Erroll.
He was created Earl of Munster, Viscount FitzClarence and Baron Tewkesbury on 4 June 1831,   and made a Privy Councillor in 1833. "Earl of Munster" had been a title held by his father before his accession to the British throne. George, like his siblings, was dissatisfied with the provisions made for him and this, combined with his ...
- 29 January 1794
- 20 March 1842 (aged 48), London, England
- Peer, soldier
- William IV of the United Kingdom
Lieutenant-General Lord Frederick FitzClarence, GCH (9 December 1799 – 30 October 1854) was a British Army officer as well as being the illegitimate third son of King William IV and his mistress, Dorothea Jordan. FitzClarence was commissioned as an officer in the British Army in 1814. While a captain in the Coldstream Guards, FitzClarence commanded a small detachment of Guards to act in ...
Lieutenant-General Lord Frederick FitzClarence, GCH was a British Army officer as well as being the illegitimate third son of King William IV and his mistress, Dorothea Jordan.
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.