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  1. Elizabeth Hay, Countess of Erroll (née FitzClarence; 17 January 1801 – 16 January 1856) was an illegitimate daughter of King William IV of the United Kingdom and Dorothea Jordan. She married William Hay, 18th Earl of Erroll, and became Countess of Erroll on 4 December 1820 at age 19.

  2. 26 apr 2022 · circa 1442. Birthplace: Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Death: June 27, 1509 (62-71) Scotland. Immediate Family: Daughter of Sir William Hay, 1st Earl of Errol, 2nd Lord Hay, Constable of Scotland and Beatrice Douglas, Countess of Erroll. Wife of George Gordon, 2nd Earl of Huntly and Andrew Gray, 2nd Lord Gray.

  3. 24 feb 2020 · Rarely apart from her husband the Earl of Erroll, Isabelle Hay provided loyal and dutiful support over some four decades to Lord Erroll, High Constable of Scotland, chief of clan Hay...

  4. 22 feb 2020 · Died: January 13, 2020. THE Countess of Erroll, who has died aged 64 after a heart attack, was the wife of the Earl of Erroll, Lord High Constable of Scotland and Chief of Clan Hay. The...

  5. Biography. Elizabeth Hay, Countess of Erroll (17 January 1801 – 16 January 1856; born Elizabeth FitzClarence) was an illegitimate daughter of King William IV of the United Kingdom and Dorothea Jordan. She married William Hay, 18th Earl of Erroll, and became Countess of Erroll on 4 December 1820 [2] at age 19.

  6. Elizabeth Douglas, Countess of Erroll. Elizabeth was the youngest daughter of William Douglas, 6th Earl of Morton and Agnes Leslie, Countess of Morton. Morton had seven daughters, alleged to have been called the "pearls of Lochleven". She married Francis Hay, 9th Earl of Erroll on 27 June 1590.

  7. Elizabeth Hay, Countess of Erroll (17 January 1801 – 16 January 1856), an illegitimate daughter of William IV and Dorothy Jordan, married William Hay on 4 December, 1820, at the age of 19. Hay was born with the name Lady Elizabeth FitzClarence. She married her husband at St George's, Hanover Square, an Anglican church in Westminister.