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  1. 04/11/2021 · The FitzClarence family was, by all accounts, a happy one and the children grew up in comfort – in part, thanks to their mother. ... Mary was 13 and Elizabeth was aged 11.

    • Chapter VII - The Holland Estate
    • from 1823 to 1849
    • from 1849 to 1874

    The Holland estate (fig. 15), which consistedof over two hundred acres surroundingHolland House, was purchased in1768 by Henry Fox, first Baron Holland, fromWilliam Edwardes, who was later created BaronKensington. (fn. 1)Previously the area had formed partof an even larger estate attached to Holland House,consisting of nearly five hundred acres and extendingsouthwards almost to the Fulham Road. This vast holding had been created by SirWalter Cope, for whom Holland House had beenbuilt, and later came into the possession of theRich family, the Earls of Warwick and Holland,through the marriage of Sir Henry Rich, firstEarl of Holland, to Cope's daughter. When EdwardHenry Rich, seventh Earl of Warwick andfourth Earl of Holland, died in 1721, the title tothe estate passed to his aunt, Lady ElizabethEdwardes (nèe Rich), the sister of the sixth Earl.She had married Francis Edwardes of Pembrokeshireand on her death in 1725 the reversion wasinherited by their son, Edward Henry Edwardes. (fn....

    The first speculative building on the estate tookplace during the lifetime of the third Lord Holland.He also held land in Lambeth on lease fromthe Archbishop of Canterbury and began buildingthere in 1820. (fn. 5) Although anxious to develop partof his Kensington property in a similar manner,he had to await the outcome of a protracted lawsuit with Lord Kensington. William Edwardes,second Baron Kensington, was the son of theWilliam Edwardes who had sold the estate to thefirst Lord Holland. He was born in 1777, afterthe sale had taken place, and, inter alia, he disputedwhether the entail, under which he wouldhave inherited the land, had been effectually setaside. The matter was finally settled out of courtin 1823, when Lord Holland agreed to pay£4,000 for confirmation of his title to the estate. (fn. 45) He was now free to deal with the land as hewished and considered that the price he had paidwas 'with a view to immediate improvement bybuilding, in concert with my neighbour L[or]dK[en...

    The second stage of the development of theHolland estate began in 1849 when GeorgeHenry Goddard of John Street, Adelphi, whodescribed himself as an architect and surveyor,entered into a building agreement covering all ofthe area, consisting of about seventy acres of land,between Addison Road and the railway which hadnot yet been laid out for building. He undertookto build 863 houses and promised to spend varioussums on each house, from £800 for those facingAddison Road to £350 at the western edge of theestate. The layout plan accompanying the agreementshows basically the road pattern which waseventually carried out, but more squares and gardenswere planned than eventually appeared,including some communal gardens with accessfrom the private gardens of houses, similar to thosein slightly earlier layout plans for the Ladbrokeestate. The plan also shows that most houses wereintended to be terraced or semi-detached, andthere were to be very few detached villas. Thefirst twenty houses wer...

  2. 02/11/2021 · Annette Mary FitzClarence: Birth: 15 JUN 1873. Death: 7 JUL 1970 Anthony Charles FitzClarence: Birth: 21 MAR 1926. Death: 30 DEC 2000 Arthur FitzClarence: Birth: 18 OCT 1860. Death: 20 APR 1861 Aubrey FitzClarence: Birth: 7 JUN 1862. Death: 1 JAN 1928 Augusta FitzClarence: Birth: 29 JUL 1822 in London, Middlesex County, England.

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    30/10/2021 · George FitzClarence, 1st Earl of Munster: 29 January 1794: 20 March 1842: Married Mary Wyndham, had issue. Committed suicide aged 48. Henry FitzClarence: 27 March 1795: September 1817: Died unmarried, aged 22. Sophia FitzClarence: August 1796: 10 April 1837: Married Philip Sidney, 1st Baron De L'Isle and Dudley, and had issue. Mary FitzClarence ...

  4. 15/11/2021 · King William IV was born on 21st August 1765 to King George III and Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz at Buckingham House, London. He was the couple’s third son, his brothers George and Frederick had been born earlier. At the time of his birth he was third in line to the throne. The young Prince William was schooled by private tutors at ...

  5. 05/11/2021 · Fitzclarence, Lindsay, Hickey, Christopher (2001). ... classificatory analogies and institutional logics: Institutional theory revisits Mary Douglas.