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  1. Amelia Cary, Viscountess Falkland, was a British noblewoman. She was born the fifth illegitimate daughter of William IV of the United Kingdom by his long-time mistress Dorothea Jordan. Amelia had four sisters and five brothers, all surnamed FitzClarence. Soon after their father became monarch, the FitzClarence children were raised to the ranks of younger children of a marquess. A granddaughter of George III, Amelia was named after her aunt Princess Amelia.

  2. Born on November 5, 1807 (some sources cite 1803); died on July 2, 1858, in London; interred at Hutton-Rudby, Yorkshire; legitimized daughter of William IV (1765–1837), king of England (r. 1831–1837), and Dora Jordan (1761–1816); married Lucius Bentinck, 10th viscount Falkland, on December 27, 1830; children: Lucius William (b. 1831); Plantagenet …

  3. Amelia Cary, vizcondesa de Falkland (21 de marzo de 1807 - 2 de julio de 1858), fue una noble británica. Nació como la quinta hija ilegítima de Guillermo IV del Reino Unido (entonces duque de Clarence) de su amante de mucho tiempo Dorothea Jordan . Amelia tenía cuatro hermanas y cinco hermanos, todos de apellido FitzClarence.

  4. Amelia FitzClarence, vizcondesa de Falkland (21 de marzo de 1807 - 2 de julio de 1858), es un noble británico. Es la quinta hija ilegítima de Guillermo IV del Reino Unido (entonces duque de Clarence) y su amante Dorothea Jordan. Biografía. Amelia tenía cuatro hermanas y cinco hermanos, todos apodados FitzClarence.

  5. Lady Amelia FitzClarence Cary Birth 21 Mar 1807 Richmond, London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, Greater London, England Death 2 Jul 1858 (aged 51) Hutton Rudby, Hambleton District, North Yorkshire, England Burial All Saints Churchyard Hutton Rudby, Hambleton District, North Yorkshire, England Plot vault in South East corner of churchyard

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › FitzClarenceFitzClarence - Wikipedia

    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.