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  1. Lucy Hester Rachel Ford. Birthdate: 1789. Death: 1863 (73-74) London, England (United Kingdom) Immediate Family: Daughter of Sir Richard Ford and Dorothea Bland. Wife of Major General Samuel Hawker.

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    • July 18, 2020
    • 1863 (73-74)London, England (United Kingdom)
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  2. Lucy was born in 1792. Lucy Jordan ... She passed away in 1862. Sources freeBMD Deaths Mar Q 1862 Kensington 1a 27 HAWKER Lucy Hester Rachel (Age 70) Census 1861 U.K. census for 7, Radnor Place, Paddington, Kensington, London & Middlesex, England :

    • Female
    • January 7, 1862
    • Samuel Hawker GCH
  3. Hawker, Lucy Hester, widow of General Sir S Hawker. Computed Name Heading. Name Components. Name : Hawker, Lucy Hester, widow of General Sir S Hawker.

  4. Lucy Hester Ford (born 1789, died 1850, married Samuel Hawker—later General and Sir—in 1810). She left Ford when marriage was no longer possible. Jordan's children were placed under the care of her sister Hester, who moved with them to a house in Brompton.

    • Early Life
    • Stage Life and Early Relationships
    • Relationship with William IV
    • Later Life
    • Notable Descendants
    • Bibliography

    Dorothea (sometimes called Dorothy or Dora) Bland was born near Waterford, Ireland, on 22 November 1761, and was baptised at St Martin in the Fields, Middlesex, on 5 December of that year.She was the third of six children born from Francis Bland (b. 1736 – d. Dover, 2 January 1778) and his mistress, Grace Phillips (b. ca. 1740 – d. Edinburgh, 1789). Her older siblings are George Bland (b. ca. 1758 – d. at Boston, Massachusetts, 1807; actor and singer) and Hester Bland (bapt. at St Anne Soho, Middlesex, 2 March 1760 – bur. at St David's, as of Trelethin, 8 March 1848), and her younger siblings are Lucy Bland (b. 1763/64 – d. Trelethin, St David's, 1778, aged 14), Francis Bland (fl. 1813; a captain, unmarried and without issue) and Nathaniel Phillips Bland (b. 1766/67 – buried at St David's, Pembrokeshire, 3 June 1830, aged 63). Her paternal grandparents were Nathaniel Bland (b. Killarney, co. Kerry, 1695/96 - d. 1760), Vicar General of Ardfert and Aghada, and Judge of the Prerogative...

    She became a famous actress of the day and was said to have the most beautiful legs ever seen on the stage. Audiences enjoyed her performances in breeches roles. She had an affair with her first boss, Richard Daly, the manager of the Theatre Royal, Cork, who was married, and had an illegitimate child with him: 1. Frances Daly (also called Fanny; b. in Dublinin September 1782). In England, she had a short lived affair with an army lieutenant, Charles Doyne, who proposed marriage. But she turned him down and went to work for the theatre company operated by Tate Wilkinson. It was at this point she adopted the name "Mrs. Jordan" – a reference to her escape across the Irish Sea, likened to the River Jordan. She appeared at Wilkinson's York Circuit theatres, including The Theatre, Leeds, where she complained of uncomfortable working conditions. Shortly after her affair with Wilkinson was over, she began an affair with George Inchbald, the male lead in the Wilkinson company. According to C...

    Pretty, witty and intelligent, Jordan soon came to the attention of wealthy men. She became the mistress of William, Duke of Clarence, later King William IV, in 1791, living with him at Bushy House, and seemed to have not bothered herself with politics or the political intrigues that often went on behind the scenes in royal courts. Together they had at least ten illegitimate children, all of whom took the surname FitzClarence: 1. George FitzClarence (29 January 1794 – 20 March 1842), created Earl of Munsterin 1831. 2. Henry Edward FitzClarence(27 March 1795 – September 1817). No issue. 3. Sophia FitzClarence (August 1796 – 10 April 1837), married Philip Sidney, 1st Baron De L'Isle and Dudley. 4. Mary FitzClarence (19 December 1798 – 13 July 1864), married General Charles Richard Fox. No issue. 5. Lieutenant General Lord Frederick FitzClarence GCH (9 December 1799 – 30 October 1854), officer in the British Army 6. Elizabeth FitzClarence (17 January 1801 – 16 January 1856), married Wi...

    In 1811, when she and the Duke separated, she was given a yearly stipend by him and custody of their daughters while he retained custody of their sons. Part of her stipend included money for the care of the children with a stipulation stating that in order to continue receiving that money, and retain custody, Dorothea must not return to the stage. In 1814, when a son-in-law became heavily in debt, Dorothea returned to the stage to help pay off that debt. Once the Duke received word of this, he removed their remaining daughters from her care, and took back her yearly stipend. To avoid creditors, she fled to France in 1815 and died at Saint-Cloud, near Paris, in poverty just a year later.

    Her notable descendants include: 1. Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra, Duchess of Fife, also a granddaughter of Edward VII 2. Her Highness Princess Maud, Countess of Southesk, also a granddaughter of Edward VII 3. Violet JacobScottish writer (1863–1946) 4. Brigadier General Charles FitzClarence, recipient of the Victoria Cross(8 May 1865 – 2 November 1914) 5. Sir Edward Bellingham, 5th Bt. Brig.-Gen., Senator of the Irish Free State (26 January 1879 – 19 May 1956) 6. Duff Cooper,1st Viscount NorwichBritish diplomat, Cabinet member and author (22 February 1890 – 1 January 1954) 7. Sir Rupert Hart-DavisBritish publisher, literary editor, and man of letters (28 August 1907 – 8 December 1999) 8. William Sidney, 1st Viscount De L'Isle 15th Governor-General of Australia, the last British Governor-General(23 May 1909 – 5 April 1991) 9. Fra Andrew Bertie (1929–2008) Prince and Grand Master of the Knights Hospitaller. 10. Adam Hart-DavisBritish author, photographer, and broadcaster (born...

    Mrs. Jordan's Profession: The Actress and the Prince, Claire Tomalin, 17 October 1994, Publisher: Viking, ISBN 0-670-84159-5
    Ladies of the Bedchamber, Dennis Friedman, 2003, Publisher: Peter Owen, ISBN 0-7206-1244-6
    The Delectable Dora Jordan, In Otis Skinner (1928) Mad Folk of the Theatre Publisher: Ayer Publishing, ISBN 978-0-8369-1851-9
  5. Lucy Hester Ford (born 1789, married Samuel Hawker—later General and Sir—in 1810). She left him to begin her affair with the Duke of Clarence, once she realised that Ford was never going to marry her. Jordan's children were placed under the care of her sister Hester, who moved with them to a house in Brompton.

  6. Lady Augusta Hallyburton, Lord Augustus FitzClarence, Frances Daly, Lady Lucy Hester Hawker, Dorothea Maria March, Frances Alsop Nicknames Dorothea Jordan, Jordan, Dorothea

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