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  1. Charlotte Maria Waldegrave 16 November 1784 1 child: 28 September 1844 aged 84 Henry FitzRoy, 5th Duke of Grafton 1844–1863: 10 February 1790 son of George FitzRoy, 4th Duke of Grafton and Charlotte Maria Waldegrave: Mary Caroline Berkeley 20 June 1812 5 children: 26 March 1863 aged 73 William FitzRoy, 6th Duke of Grafton 1863–1882: 5 ...

  2. 17/08/2020 · No matter where you are, or how long you've got, there's a walk for everyone. Take a break in the outdoors and get in touch with nature.

  3. 06/04/2022 · While there, she fell in love with her chaperone, Colonel Charles Fitzroy, and told one of her brothers that as far as she was concerned, they were basically married, although she did want to marry him officially one day. Unfortunately, that day would never come. Amelia was the king and queen's third child and first daughter to die, aged 27, in ...

  4. Soon afterwards, FitzRoy heard that he was to be appointed commander of HMS Chanticleer to go to Tierra del Fuego, but due to her poor condition, Beagle was substituted. On 27 June 1831, FitzRoy was commissioned as commander of the voyage, and Lieutenants John Clements Wickham and Bartholomew James Sulivan were both appointed.

  5. Sophie-Charlotte de Mecklembourg-Strelitz, née le 19 mai 1744 et morte le 17 novembre 1818, est reine du Royaume-Uni de 1761 à 1818, en tant qu'épouse de George III (1738 – 1820). Elle est la grand-mère de la reine Victoria et l'aïeule de l'actuel roi du Royaume-Uni , Charles III par sa mère, mais aussi du père du Roi, Philip Mountbatten , duc d’Édimbourg [ 1 ] .

  6. Lord Hertford married Lady Isabella Fitzroy, daughter of Charles FitzRoy, 2nd Duke of Grafton, on 29 May 1741. Her grandfather was Henry FitzRoy, 1st Duke of Grafton (1663-1690), an illegitimate son of King Charles II. By his wife he had thirteen children: Francis Seymour-Conway, 2nd Marquess of Hertford (12 February 1743 – 28 June 1822)

  7. The Duchess of Richmond's ball was a ball hosted by Charlotte, Duchess of Richmond in Brussels on 15 June 1815, the night before the Battle of Quatre Bras. Charlotte's husband Charles Lennox, 4th Duke of Richmond , was in command of a reserve force in Brussels, which was protecting that city in case Napoleon Bonaparte invaded.