Birth: 1810 - Circa
Place or Registered Place of Birth: Quebec, Canada
Baptism: Not Known
Place of Baptism: Not Known
Death: 6 May 1875
Place or Registered Place of Death: Not Known
Father: Francis de Rottenburg
Spouse(s): William Paget
Date of Marriage: 22 January 1827
Place or Registered Place of Marriage: Walcot Church, Bath, Somerset
The Times - May 8, 1875
On the 6th inst., Lady William Paget, widow of Lord William Paget, second son of the First Marquis of Anglesey, and daughter of the late Lieut.-General Baron de Rottenburg, K.C.H.
LADY WILLIAM PAGET.
Frances, only daughter of Lieut.-Gen. Sir Francis (Baron) de Rottenburg, K.C.H., who held a command in Canada for a lengthened period, and became President of Upper Canada in 1813, and his wife, Julia Caroline Wilhelmine, was born in Canada. She married, January 22nd, 1827, Capt. the Right Hon. Lord William Paget, R.N., second son of Field-Marshal the 1st Marquis of Anglesey, K.G., G.C.B., by his first wife, Caroline Elizabeth, daughter of the 4th Earl of Jersey. Her Ladyship, who was the sister of Colonel (Baron) George de Rottenburg, C.B., formerly Adjutant-General of Militia in Canada, and subsequently the first Lieut.-Colonel of the 100th Regiment, or Royal Canadians, was the mother of three sons. Her husband died May 17th, 1873; she died May 6th, 1875. In the "Domus Dei" at Portsmouth, England, there is a tablet which was erected by Lady William Paget as a mark of respect to the memory of her father. It was her mother who presented the colours, received from the King, to the Canadian Fencibles, at Quebec, June 3rd, 1811.
Frances (Fanny) de Rottenburg