Frances Augusta Charlotte "Fanny" Smith-Stanley passed away on the 19th April 1843, at St George Hanover Square, London, England, just nine days before her 2nd birthday.
Debrett's Genealogical Peerage of Great Britain and Ireland,* on page 225, the entry for Derby : Edward Smith-Stanley, Earl of Derby, Baron Stanley, of Bickerstaffe, co. Lancaster, and a Baronet ; K.G. ; Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum co. Lancaster, F.L.S. a trustee of the British Museum . . . had issue . . . 7 — CHARLES-JAMES-FOX, b. 25 April 1808, a lieut.-col. in the army, m. 10 Dec. 1836, Frances-Augusta, da., of gen. sir Henry F. Campbell, K.C.B. and by her (who d. 19 April 1843) had issue, 1, Evelyn-Emma, b. 22 April 1840; 2. Frances-Augusta-Charlotte, b. 24 April 1841, and d. 19 April 1843; 3. Charles-Edward, b. 28 April 1843; 4. a da. b. 24 Sept. 1844. (This last da. would be Margaret Alice. There is also an error for Frances-Augusta, wife of Charles, in that she did not die on the same day as her daughter (or there'd have been no more children!), but on the 29th May 1878. It looks as though someone got Frances-Augusta the mother and Frances-Augusta Charlotte the daughter mixed up.)
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It is not known where Fanny was buried.
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