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Royal Chapel Windsor

- HRH The Prince William, Duke of Gloucester (brother of George III), in a special vault near the Sovereign’s stall in the quire (specially built by the Duke for his family).

- HRH Princess Maria, Duchess of Gloucester (widow of HRH The Duke of Gloucester), in a special vault near the Sovereign’s stall in the quire.

- HRH The Princess Amelia, youngest daughter of King George III, in a temporary vault near the entrance to the Royal Vault.

- HRH The Princess Augusta, Duchess of Brunswick (sister of George III), in the new Royal Vault.

- a still-born male infant (son of The Princess Charlotte), in the Royal Vault (at the feet of his mother).

- HRH The Princess Charlotte (daughter of The Prince Regent, later George IV), in the Royal Vault.

- HRH The Prince Edward, Duke of Kent (son of George III, and father of the future Queen Victoria), in the Royal Vault.

- the coffins of The Prince Alfred (d.1782), and The Prince Octavius (d.1783) (sons of George III) were transferred from Westminster Abbey to the Royal Vault.

- HSH the Princess Elizabeth (daughter of The Duke of Clarence, later King William IV), in the Royal Vault.

- HRH The Prince Frederick, Duke of York (brother of George IV), in the Royal Vault.

- HSH Princess Louisa, Duchess of Saxe-Weimar (niece of Queen Adelaide) in a vault in the north quire aisle.

- HRH Prince William, Duke of Gloucester, in his father’s vault near the Sovereign’s stall in the quire.

- A still-born daughter (d.1817) of HRH Prince Ernest, Duke of Cumberland (later King of Hanover), transferred from Westminster Abbey to the Royal Vault.

- HRH The Princess Sophia (2nd daughter of King George III), in the Royal Vault.

- HRH Princess Sophia (daughter of the Duke of Gloucester) in her grandfather’s vault near the Sovereign’s stall in the quire.

- HRH The Princess Mary, Duchess of Gloucester (daughter of George III), in the vault near the Sovereign’s stall in the quire.

- HRH The Princess Victoria, Duchess of Kent (mother of Queen Victoria) in the entrance to the Royal Vault (transferred to her mausoleum, Frogmore 1 August 1861).

- HRH The Prince Consort, in the entrance to the Royal Vault (transferred to the Royal Mausoleum, Frogmore 18 December 1862).

Source: www.stgeorges-windsor.org

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