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  1. 10/10/2020 · Lady Augusta Murray was the unrecognised wife of Prince Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex. Their marriage in 1793 was in contravention to the Royal Marriages Act 1772, and so it was considered to be invalid. Augusta was not recognised as his wife and could not be styled as Her Royal Highness Princess Augustus Frederick (Augustus [read more]

  2. 19/02/2018 · Augusta married Prince Augustus Frederick, George III’s sixth son, in 1793 in defiance of the Royal Marriage Act of 1772 which required that the monarch agree to all such royal marriages. Mycock shows how her troubled family life is reflected in her commonplacing practices. Collaborations Creating a Digital Archive Performances Fellowships

  3. 27/05/2018 · She was Lady Augusta Murray, daughter of the Earl of Dunmore. He was Prince Augustus Frederick, sixth son of 'mad' King George III — and soon to be made the first Duke of Sussex .

  4. Lady Augusta Murray Birth 27 Jan 1768 Greater London, England Death 5 Mar 1830 (aged 62) Ramsgate, Thanet District, Kent, England Burial St Laurence Churchyard St Lawrence, Thanet District, Kent, England Plot D'Este Mausoleum Memorial ID 53311620 · View Source Suggest Edits Memorial Photos Flowers

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  6. Augusta Emma Wilde, Baroness Truro (née d'Este; 11 August 1801 – 21 May 1866) was the daughter of Prince Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex, by his marriage with Lady Augusta Murray, second daughter of John Murray, 4th Earl of Dunmore, and Lady Charlotte Stewart . Contents 1 Peerage 2 Later life 3 External links 4 References Peerage [ edit]

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    While travelling in Italy, he met Lady Augusta Murray (1768-1830), the second daughter of 4th Earl of Dunmore. The couple married in Rome on 4 April 1793, the ceremony being performed by the Rev. Mr Gunn. and again in England at St. George's, Hanover Square, London on 5 December 1793.

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