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Prince George William of Great Britain

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Prince George William
HouseHouse of Hanover
FatherGeorge II
MotherCaroline of Ansbach
Born13 November 1717(1717-11-13)
St. James's Palace, London
Died17 February 1718
(aged 3 months, 4 days)
Kensington Palace, London

Prince George William (13 November 1717 – 17 February 1718) was an infant member of the British Royal Family, son of George II and Caroline of Ansbach who, at the time of his birth, were the Prince and Princess of Wales. He died at age 3 months, 4 days.

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Early life

Prince George William was born at St James's Palace, London. His father was The Prince George, Prince of Wales, son of George I. His mother was Caroline of Ansbach, daughter of Johann Friedrich, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach. Twenty-six days after his birth, he was baptised at St James's Palace by either The Archbishop of Canterbury, William Wake, or The Bishop of London, John Robinson. His godparents were his grandfather The King, The Duke of Newcastle (The Lord Chamberlain of the King's Household) and The Duchess of St Albans (First Lady of the Bedchamber to his mother).[1]

The young prince died at just over three months of age, long before his father acceded to the throne as George II.His parents blamed George I for his death because his grandfather made his parents leave St.James's Palace and leave their young children behind. Even though this didn't cause his death, this only worsened the relationship between father and son.

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Titles and styles

  • 13 November 1717–17 February 1718: Prince George William[2]

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References

  1. Yvonne's Royalty Home Page: Royal Christenings
  2. The 8 & 11 February 1718 issues of The London Gazette refer to the prince only as "Prince George William"

 

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