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Fitzroy

Fitzroy or FitzRoy is an Anglo-Norman name originally meaning "son of the king" (a corruption of the French "fils du roi"). In several cases, this surname was used by an illegitimate son (or daughter) of a king and is still borne by their descendants. It may refer to:

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  • People 1
    • As a given name 1.1
    • As a surname 1.2
      • Descendants of Charles II and Barbara Palmer 1.2.1
      • Others 1.2.2
      • Fictional characters 1.2.3
  • Places 2
  • Ships 3
  • Sport 4

People

As a given name

As a surname

Descendants of Charles II and Barbara Palmer

Others

Fictional characters

Places

Argentina

Australia

Canada

Chile

Falkland Islands

New Zealand

United Kingdom

United States of America

Ships

  • HMS Fitzroy, more than one British ship of the Royal Navy

Sport

  • Fitzroy Football Club, a current Australian rules football team, formerly competing in the national Australian Football League (AFL).
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