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    William IV (William Henry; 21 August 1765 – 20 June 1837) was King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and King of Hanover from 26 June 1830 until his death in 1837. The third son of George III , William succeeded his elder brother George IV , becoming the last king and penultimate monarch of Britain's House of Hanover .

  2. William died in 1837 aged 71 of heart failure. He had no legitimate children and was succeeded by his niece Victoria. King William IV's Signature Quotes: ‘I have my view of things, and I tell them to my ministers. If they do not adopt it, I cannot help it. I have done my duty’ – King William IV (he was not a political animal)

  3. Lady Florence Cecilia Keppel (1871–1963); married William Boyle, 12th Earl of Cork and Orrery, in 1902. Lord Albemarle was received into the Roman Catholic Church on Easter Sunday, 13 April 1879. He died in August 1894, aged 62, of paralysis, and was buried at Quidenham in Norfolk. His eldest son Arnold succeeded in the earldom.

  4. Willem IV Hendrik (Engels: William Henry) (Londen, 21 augustus 1765 – Windsor Castle, 20 juni 1837) was koning van het Verenigd Koninkrijk en koning van Hannover van 1830 tot zijn dood in 1837. Willem, de derde zoon van koning George III en koningin Charlotte en jongere broer van George IV , was de laatste mannelijke koning uit het Huis Hannover.

  5. David William Donald Cameron (/ˈkæmrən/; Londres, 9 de octubre de 1966) es un político británico, líder del Partido Conservador y Unionista entre 2005 y 2016 y primer ministro del Reino Unido desde 2010 hasta 2016.

  6. 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.

  7. For the less adventurous, Willa is, for now, still a more user-friendly female equivalent of William. Wilhelmina was a lot more commonly heard in the U.S. at one time: it was as high as Number 215 in the 1880s, but has been off the list completely since 1955.