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date: 12 November 2019

William Augustus, Prince, duke of Cumberlandlocked

(1721–1765)
  • W. A. Speck

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William Augustus, Prince, duke of Cumberland (1721–1765), army officer, was born at Leicester House, London, on 15 April 1721, the second surviving son of George, prince of Wales, the future George II, and his wife, Caroline. The eldest son, Frederick, was still abroad in ...

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