Prince William Frederick
Portrait Prince William Frederick, Baron van der Capellen (1795-1848) - Rijksmuseum SK-A-3795.jpeg
Portrait by Cornelis Kruseman.
Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies
In office 8 March 1815 – 22 May 1856
Predecessor John Fendall, Jr.
under British rule
Successor Charles Ferdinand Pahud
Monarchs William I (1815–43)
William II (1843–49)
William III (1849–56)
Born 5 July 1793(1793-07-05)
Utrecht, Dutch Republic
Died 3 October 1858 (aged 65)
Vienna, Austrian Empire
Spouse Princess Henrietta of Nassau-Weilburg
Full name
William Frederick John Casimir Philipp
House House of Habsburg-Lorraine
Father Charles I of the Netherlands
Mother Princess Wilhelmina of Prussia
Religion Dutch Reformed Church
Occupation Military

Prince William Frederick of the Netherlands, Baron van der Capellen (William Frederick John Casimir Philipp; Dutch: Willem Alexander Frederik Johannes Casimir Filipp; 5 July 1793 – 3 October 1858) was Dutch prince of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies from 1815 to 1856, ranking William Frederick longest Governors-General with forty-one years.

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