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BiographyWilliam Henry, Duke of Gloucester and Edinburgh, was born 14 November 1743 in Leicester House, Westminster, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom to Frederick Lewis, Prince of Wales (1707-1751) and Augusta von Sachsen-Gotha-Altenburg (1719-1772) and died 25 August 1805 in Gloucester House, Westminster, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom of unspecified causes. He married Maria Walpole (1739-1807) 6 September 1766 in Pall Mall, Westminster, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom. Notable ancestors include Charlemagne (747-814), William I of England (1027-1087), Hugh Capet (c940-996), Henry II of England (1133-1189), Alfred the Great (849-899), Gustav I of Sweden (1496-1560), Rurik (c832-879), Willem van Oranje (1533-1584), Robert I of Scotland (1274-1329). Ancestors are from Germany, the United Kingdom, Denmark, England, France, Belgium, Spain, Sweden, Prussia, Russia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Austria, the Netherlands, Lithuania, Belarus, Bohemia, Switzerland, Italy, Ukraine, Slovakia, Slovenia, Byzantium, Portugal, the Byzantine Empire, Israel, Ireland, Scotland.
|Offspring of William Henry, Duke of Gloucester and Edinburgh and Maria Walpole (1739-1807)|
|Sophia Matilda of Gloucester (1773-1844)|| |
|Caroline Augusta Maria of Gloucester (1774-1775)|| |
|William Frederick, Duke of Gloucester and Edinburgh (1776-1834)||15 January 1776 Palazzo Teodoli, via del Corso, Rome, Italy||30 November 1834 Bagshot Park, Bagshot, Surrey, England, United Kingdom|| Mary of the United Kingdom (1776-1857)|
|Offspring of William Henry, Duke of Gloucester and Edinburgh and Almeria Carpenter (c1745-1809)|
|Louisa Maria La Coast (1782-1835)||6 January 1782 Esher, Surrey, England, United Kingdom||10 February 1835 Bossall, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom|| Godfrey Bosville-Macdonald, 3rd Baron Macdonald (1775-1832)|