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.
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.
Lady Augusta FitzClarence Kennedy-Erskine (d.1860), Natural Daughter of King William IV and Wife of the Honourable John Erskine, with Her Children, Wiliam Henry, Wilhelmina and Millicent Ann Mary John Hayter (1800–1891) National Trust for Scotland, House of Dun
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.
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.
Augusta FITZCLARENCE was born on November 17, 1803 in Bushy House, Teddington, Middlesex, daughter of William IV Henry of ENGLAND and Dorothea BLAND. She was married on July 5, 1827 to John KENNEDY-ERSKINE, they had 3 children. She was married on August 24, 1836 to John Frederick GORDON-HALLYBURTON. She died on December 8, 1865 in Kensington Palace, Kensington, Middlesex. This information is ...
- November 17, 1803
- John KENNEDY-ERSKINE, John
- December 8, 1865
Augusta Fitzclarence was born on November 17, 1803, daughter of William 4 Henry King Of England and Dorothea (Mrs Jordan) Bland. She was married on July 5, 1827 to John Kennedy Erskine of Dun. She was married on August 24, 1836 to John Gordon Hallyburton. She died on December 8, 1865. This information is part of Stamboom Baris en Clement by Paul Baris on Genealogy Online.