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William IV, Mrs. Jordan and the Family They Made

by Daniel A. Willis

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"King William IV reigned from 1830-1837 and came to the throne with a full family of children. However, none were by his wife. Who was this brood of illegitimate children and what became of them? Follow the story of the King's 20-year affair with celebrated actress Dorothy Jordan, the children they raised together, and the descendants that continue to the current day."--Page [4] of cover.… (more)

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