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Frederick Lewis, prince of Waleslocked

(1707–1751)
  • Matthew Kilburn

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Frederick Lewis, prince of Wales (1707–1751), was born at the Leine Palace, Hanover, on 20/31 January 1707, the first child of George Augustus (Georg August), electoral prince of Hanover or Brunswick-Lüneburg, later George II, king of Great Britain and Ireland (1683–1760), and Caroline (1683–1737)...

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