Princess Caroline of Gloucester

Princess Caroline
Born(1774-06-24)24 June 1774
Gloucester House, Piccadilly Street
Died(1775-03-14)14 March 1775 (age 8 months 18 days)
Gloucester House, Piccadilly Street[1]
BurialSt George's Chapel
Full name
Caroline Augusta Maria
HouseHanover
FatherPrince William Henry, Duke of Gloucester and Edinburgh
MotherMaria Walpole

Princess Caroline of Gloucester (Caroline Augusta Maria; 24 June 1774 – 14 March 1775) was an infant member of the British Royal Family, a great-grandchild of George II, niece of George III and daughter of the 1st Duke of Gloucester and Edinburgh and his wife, Maria Walpole, daughter of Sir Edward Walpole and his mistress Dorothy Clement.

Birth

Princess Caroline was born at Gloucester House, Piccadilly Street, London. Her father was the 1st Duke of Gloucester and Edinburgh, eldest son of the Prince of Wales. Her mother was the 1st Duchess of Gloucester and Edinburgh (previously the Countess Waldrave), née Walpole. She was christened, privately, twenty-nine days later as Caroline Augusta Maria— her godparents were Frederick I of Württemberg (her uncle by marriage), the Duchess Augusta of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel (her paternal aunt and wife of the aforementioned) and the Duchess of Gloucester and Edinburgh (her mother).[1]