Rear-Admiral Lord Adolphus FitzClarence GCH ADC (18 February 1802 – 17 May 1856) was a British Royal Navy officer and illegitimate son of Prince William, the future William IV, and his mistress Dorothea Jordan. FitzClarence joined the navy in 1813.
- United Kingdom
- 17 May 1856 (aged 54), Newburgh Priory
- 18 February 1802, Bushy Park
1 mag 2023 · Rear-Admiral Lord Adolphus FitzClarence GCH ADC was a British Royal Navy officer and illegitimate son of Prince William, the future William IV, and Dorothea Jordan. FitzClarence joined the navy in 1813.
Lord Adolphus FitzClarence: 18 February 1802: 17 May 1856: Died unmarried. Augusta FitzClarence: 17 November 1803: 8 December 1865: Married twice, had issue. Lord Augustus FitzClarence: 1 March 1805: 14 June 1854: Married Sarah Gordon, had issue. Amelia FitzClarence: 21 March 1807: 2 July 1858: Married Lucius Cary, 10th Viscount Falkland, had ...
- 26 June 1830 – 20 June 1837
- Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz
25 mag 2023 · Lord Adolphus FitzClarence (18 February 1802 - 17 May 1856) Adolphus FitzClarence was born at Bushy House. He attended a boarding school in Sunbury-on-Thames before being sent to sea at the age of eleven in 1813. He subsequently served as a midshipman aboard Newcastle based in North America and then later in the Mediterranean Sea.
Lord Adolphus FitzClarence; Lady Augusta Kennedy-Erskine; Lord Augustus FitzClarence; Amelia Cary, viscontessa di Falkland. Da Elizabeth Hay (nata Fitzclarence) discende Alexander Duff, I duca di Fife, marito della principessa Luisa, nipote della regina Vittoria, ed il primo ministro David Cameron. Ascendenza
Lord Adolphus Fitzclarence (1802-1856), Rear-Admiral and Illegitimate son of William IV. Sitter in 1 portrait
6 set 2021 · FITZCLARENCE, Lord, G.C.H. ( Captain, 1824. f-p., .31; h-p., 2. ) The Right Honourable Lord Adolphus FitzClarence, born 18 Feb. 1802, is second (natural) son of His late Majesty King William IV.; uncle of the present Earl of Munster; brother of Lord Augustus FitzClarence, Rector of Maple Durham, co. Oxford; and brother-in-law of Lord ...