Elizabeth, Princess (1820)
|Birthname||Elizabeth Georgiana Adelaide|
|born on||10 December 1820 at 17:05 (= 5:05 PM )|
|Place||London, England, 51n30, 0w10|
|Timezone||LMT m0w10 (is local mean time)|
|Astrology data||18°39' 22°12 Asc. 07°36'|
British royalty, the second daughter and third child of Prince William, Duke of Clarence and St Andrews (later King William IV) and his wife (later Queen), Princess Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen. She was a granddaughter of King George III of the United Kingdom and a first cousin of Queen Victoria.
After having had one child who died on the day of her birth, Princess Charlotte (27 March 1819) and suffering a stillbirth, the third pregnancy of the Duchess of Clarence also did not go as expected. The Duchess delivered a girl, almost six weeks premature, at St James's Palace. The Duke and Duchess of Clarence had wanted to name her Georgina, but King George IV requested her to be named Elizabeth instead. The couple agreed and christened her "Elizabeth Georgiana Adelaide."
She lived the remainder of her days at St James's Palace. After "being suddenly seized with the fatal disease, an intro-susception of the bowels" (probably gastroesophageal junction) she died shortly thereafter, aged 12 weeks, on 4 March 1821. After her death, her mother suffered three more stillbirths. Elizabeth was buried at Windsor Castle, in St George's Chapel, on 10 March 1821. During her short life, she was ahead of her cousin, the future Queen Victoria, in the line of succession.
- child->parent relationship with Adelaide, Queen Consort of the United Kingdom (born 13 August 1792)
- child->parent relationship with William IV, King of the United Kingdom (born 21 August 1765)
- sibling relationship with Charlotte, Princess (1819) (born 27 March 1819)
- sibling relationship with George FitzClarence, 1st Earl of Munster (born 29 January 1794). Notes: Half-sibling
Sy Scholfield quotes royal doctors' bulletin in "THE DUTCHESS OF CLARENCE," The Observer, 11 December 1820, p. 4: "Yesterday . . . safely delivered at five minutes past five o'clock this afternoon of a female child."
- Personal : Death : Short Life less than 29 Yrs (12 weeks)
- Notable : Famous : Royal family (House of Hanover)