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  1. Duchess Augusta Caroline Friederika Luise of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel (3 December 1764 – 27 September 1788), was the first wife of Frederick of Württemberg and the mother of William I of Württemberg.

  2. Augusta of Great Britain (Augusta Frederica; 31 July 1737 – 23 March 1813) was a British princess, granddaughter of George II and the only elder sibling of George III. She was Duchess of Brunswick-Lüneburg and Princess of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel by marriage to Charles William Ferdinand, Duke of Brunswick .

  3. Augusta, the Dowager Duchess of Brunswick, never returned to the continent and died in London in 1813. She was interred at St. George’s Chapel, Windsor, and the correspondence between her sons and the Prince Regent after her death reveal the Brunswick family failed to invite the Royal Family to the Duchess’s funeral.

  4. 26 de abr. de 2022 · Genealogy profile for Duchess Augusta of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel Auguste Karoline Friederike Luise von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel (Welf), Herzogin, Königin zu Württemberg (1764 - 1788) - Genealogy

  5. Augusta Carolina de Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel (en alemán, Auguste Karoline von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel; Brunswick, 3 de diciembre de 1764-Lohde, 27 de septiembre de 1788) [1] fue la primera esposa de Federico I de Wurtemberg y la madre del rey Guillermo I de Wurtemberg.

    • Augusta Carolina Federica Luisa
  6. Her husband became duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel in 1780. Augusta was able to spend more time in England after her daughter's marriage to George, Prince of Wales, in 1795, and she eventually took a house in Hanover Square, London, where she died on 23 March 1813.

  7. 5 de ene. de 2015 · Augusta of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel was born 3 December 1764 to Charles William Ferdinand, Duke of Brunswick and Princess Augusta of Great Britain. Her younger sister Caroline married George IV of the United Kingdom. To her family, Augusta was known as Zelmira. On 15 October 1780, she married Prince Frederick of Württemberg. He was heir presumptive to [read more]