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  1. 11/05/2022 · (iii) Beatrice FitzClarence (1 January 1847 - d. 18 March 1909), twin with Eva. (iv) Augustus FitzClarence (13 February 1849 - 16 October 1861), died in infancy. (v) Henry Edward FitzClarence (19 January 1853 - 19 February 1930), married Mary Isabel Templer Parsons. Had issue. (vi) Mary FitzClarence (September 1854 - 14 March 1858), died in ...

  2. Background. Munster was the son of Major the Honourable Harold Edward FitzClarence (seventh son of William FitzClarence, 2nd Earl of Munster and Wilhelmina FitzClarence, Countess of Munster) and his wife, Frances Isabel Eleanor (née Keppel) (1874–1951), whose paternal grandfather, Rev. William Arnold Walpole Keppel, was a male-line great-grandson of Willem van Keppel, 2nd Earl of Albemarle.

  3. Wilhelmina FitzClarence, Countess of Munster (née Kennedy-Erskine; 27 June 1830 – 9 October 1906) was a British peeress and novelist. Her mother, Lady Augusta FitzClarence , was an illegitimate daughter of William IV of the United Kingdom ; Wilhelmina, also known as Mina, was born the day after William's succession as monarch.

  4. 02/04/2012 · Lunes, 2 abril 2012, 11:57. La madre de la reina Isabel no tuvo sangre del todo azul. No fue hija de la condesa de Strathmore y Kinghorne, sino de una cocinera francesa, Marguerite Rodière ...

  5. Harold Edward and Frances Isabel Eleanor were married in a religious ceremony in 1902. They had a son and a daughter, named Geoffrey William Richard Hugh and Wilhelmina Joan Mary.

  6. Guillermo IV del Reino Unido Guillermo IV del Reino Unido fue rey del Reino Unido de Gran Bretaña e Irlanda, y de Hannover, y duque de Brunswick-Luneburgo desde el 26 de junio de 1830 hasta su muerte en 1837.

  7. Lord Augustus FitzClarence (1 March 1805 – 14 June 1854), was the youngest illegitimate son of William IV of the United Kingdom and his long-time mistress Dorothea Jordan. Like his siblings, he had little contact with his mother after his parents separated in 1811.