Anne Isabella, Baroness Noel Byron

Standard Name: Noel Byron, Anne Isabella,,, Baroness
Used Form: Anne Isabella Milbanke
Used Form: Annabella Milbanke
Used Form: Annabella, Lady Noel Byron
Used Form: Annabella, Baroness Noel Byron
Used Form: Lady Byron
Used Form: Lady Noel Byron


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Family and Intimate relationships Augusta Ada Byron
Jealous of the interest her daughter was showing in the man she had worked to demonize, Lady Noel Byron was angered by Ada's visit to Newstead, and relations between the two deteriorated significantly after the...
Family and Intimate relationships Augusta Ada Byron
Her mother survived till 1860. Unwillingly enmeshed in family scandals, and having already destroyed various papers, she burned more after Ada's death and embargoed her correspondence for thirty years. But while she was silent others...
Family and Intimate relationships George Gordon, sixth Baron Byron
Lord Byron 's marriage to Annabella Milbanke was at least in part engineered by Lady Melbourne , mother-in-law of Lady Caroline Lamb . Annabella had refused Byron once before she accepted him.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Douglass, Paul. Lady Caroline Lamb. Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.
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Family and Intimate relationships Lady Caroline Lamb
Her mother then fell ill; Caroline was persuaded that she was to blame and in early September, her parents and husband bore her off to Bessborough House in Kilkenny, Ireland.
Douglass, Paul. Lady Caroline Lamb. Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.
Her exchange of...
Family and Intimate relationships Augusta Ada Byron
Ada's mother, Lady Noel Byron , née Anne Isabella (generally called Annabella) Milbanke, was an active philanthropist and had mathematical interests that led Byron to dub her the Princess of Parallelograms. She was a...
Family and Intimate relationships Augusta Ada Byron
Some, including Lady Byron , speculated that Medora was the child of Byron and his half-sister Augusta Byron Leigh . AAB had already, in 1828, broken with Augusta over the issue of publishing Byron's letters...
Friends, Associates Anna Brownell Jameson
By 1840, ABJ expressed a desire to be of service to Lady Byron in her affairs. When Elizabeth Medora Leigh (supposedly the daughter of Byron and his half-sister Augusta Leigh ) arrived in England to...
Friends, Associates Mary Carpenter
This house was bought for her by Lady Byron , who also arranged for Carpenter's close friend and fellow activist Frances Power Cobbe to move into Red Lodge with her in November that year. Cobbe...
Friends, Associates Caroline Clive
Lady Byron was another of the Clives' acquaintances. Following a visit in 1843, CC wrote: That is the woman that has been tossed about by such vehement passions, by contact with such a fiery nature...
Friends, Associates Harriet Martineau
For nearly six years she was an invalid, though she was able to work very productively for the first few years and remained well enough to receive visitors. She was helped financially by two female...
Friends, Associates Frances Power Cobbe
Seeking a purpose in life, she had met her lifelong friend Clementia or Mentia Taylor and other social activists in London. The arrangement with Carpenter was facilitated by her supporter Lady Byron , who...
Friends, Associates Joanna Baillie
Other friends included the Hon. Judith Milbanke (whose daughter became Lady Byron ), Lady Byron herself (whom Baillie strongly supported during the long-drawn-out unpleasantness of her marriage), Henry Reeve , William Sotheby , William Harness
Friends, Associates Frances Power Cobbe
Friends, Associates Bessie Rayner Parkes
In later years she became friendly with hymn-writer Elizabeth Rundle Charles .
Lowndes, Marie Belloc. I, Too, Have Lived in Arcadia. Macmillan, 1941.
One of her closest non-literary friends was Mary Merryweather , a Quaker nurse who shared BRP 's interest in promoting standards of...
Friends, Associates Elizabeth Grant
During their journeys between London and the Highlands, EG and her family would stop at various locations where they met interesting people. For example, while resting at Seaham for some time, they became acquainted with...


15 July 1819
Byron began to publish in instalments (opening with cantos one and two) his satiricalmock-epicpoemDon Juan; he left it unfinished at his death.
Anne Isabella, Lady Noel Byron , founded an industrial and agricultural school at Ealing Grove.