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  1. Lady Augusta Gordon (née FitzClarence; 17 November 1803 – 8 December 1865) was a British noblewoman.Born the fourth illegitimate daughter of William IV of the United Kingdom (then Duke of Clarence) by his long-time mistress Dorothea Jordan, she grew up at their Bushy House residence in Teddington.

  2. 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.

  3. Augusta FitzClarence was born 17 November 1803 in Bushy House, Teddington, Greater London, England, United Kingdom to William IV of the United Kingdom (1765-1837) and Dorothy Bland (1761-1816) and died 8 December 1865 of unspecified causes.

  4. Augusta FitzClarence, of Glasgow (born Boyle) was born on month day 1801, at birth place, to George Boyle 4th Earl of Glasgow and Augusta Boyle (born Hay). George was born on March 26 1765, in Posey Co., IN. Augusta was born on April 25 1766, in Slains Castle, Aberdeen, Scotland.

  5. Augusta FitzClarence: Birthdate: December 1824: Death: October 18, 1865 (40) Immediate Family: Daughter of Lieutenant General Lord Frederick FitzClarence and Lady Augusta FitzClarence Mother of irene FitzClarence Sister of William FitzClarence. Managed by: king iv lival, sr: Last Updated: August 19, 2020

  6. 19/08/2020 · lady Augusta FitzClarence (Boyle) Birthdate: 1801. Death: July 28, 1876 (74-75) Immediate Family: Daughter of Geroge Boyle, 4th Earl of Glasgow and Augusta Hay, Countess of Glasgow. Wife of Lieutenant General Lord Frederick FitzClarence. Mother of Augusta FitzClarence and William FitzClarence.

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    • August 19, 2020
    • July 28, 1876 (74-75)
    • Michael Lawrence Rhodes
  7. 12/09/2021 · Augusta FitzClarence was born at Bushy House, Teddington on 17 November 1803. William's new wife, Princess Adelaide, was gentle and loving to the FitzClarence children. In 1818, Augusta and her siblings were granted a pension of £500.