Birth: 17 March 1786

Place or Registered Place of Birth: Fulbeck, Lincolnshire

Baptism: Not Known

Place of Baptism: Not Known

Death: 1871 - December Quarter

Place or Registered Place of Death: Kingston-Upon-Thams, Surrey

Father: John Fane

Mother: Sarah Anne Child

Spouse(s): Arthur Paget

Date of Marriage: 16 February 1809

Place or Registered Place of Marriage: Heckfield, Hampshire

Children:

Leopoldine Augusta Jane Paget (1809-1812)
Stewart Henry Paget (1811-1869)
Julia Paget (1814-1830)
Laura Caroline Jane Paget (1815-1871)
Cecil Augustus Paget (1819-1838)
Amelius Paget (1821-1843)
Augustus Berkeley Paget (1823-1896)
Rosa Maria Paget (1825-1900)
Agnes Charlotte Paget (1830-1858)

Notes:

LADY PAGET: 5 August 1841
Augusta Jane Parker (d 1872), Lady Boringdon, née Fane, second daughter of John, 10th Earl of Westmorland. She married, first in 1804, John, 2nd Lord Boringdon (John Parker), afterwards Earl of Morley, second son of Henry, 1st Earl of Uxbridge; and secondly, on 16 February 1809, the Rt Hon Sir Arthur Paget (1771–1840), GCB (two days after her divorce from John, causing great scandal), by whom she became the mother of, among other children, the diplomatist, the Rt Hon Sir Augustus Paget (1823–96), GCB, ambassador at Vienna, and at Rome. At the 1841 census, Augusta was living on ‘independent means’. She was living with her children: Laura, Augustus, who was a clerk in the Foreign Office, Rose and Agnes. Also present were Emma Blake, governess, William Budd, Emily Lamas, Ann Macpherson, Martha Hetherington and Harriet Hall. See Apt 30.

Life of Benjamin Robert Haydon, Historical Painter - Autobiography
.........During my stay I called on the late Lord Morley, then Lord Boringdon, (at Saltram,) and was received very kindly. I was amazingly struck with Lady Boringdon (afterwards Lady Arthur Paget). She was a very beautiful woman, with, the largest dark blue eye I had ever seen.............

Women and marriage in nineteenth-century England, By Joan Perkin
....Lady Boringdon was also in love with Sir John Shelley; she was sister to Lady Jersey, and according to Frances (Lady Shelley) was 'married to a man she despised' (later she ran off with Lord Arthur Paget..................

The Annual Register, Volume 56 - 1814
May
At Kent House, Lady Boringdon, a daughter.

Augusta Jane Fane, Lady Boringdon