Elizabeth Medora Leigh (15 April 1814 – 28 August 1849) was the third daughter of Augusta Leigh. It is widely speculated that she was fathered by her mother's half-brother Lord Byron, although her mother's husband Colonel George Leigh was her official father.
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Villa Saluzzo Mongiardino, in Albaro (Genoa) where Byron lived between 1822 and 1823. A short distance away Mary secured a house. She found that he was ready to do "any . . . service for me that his office of executor of Shelley's will demands. In July 1844 Dickens wanted to stay in Lord Byron's house during a stay in Albaro, but it had fallen into neglect and become the refuge of a third-rate wineshop.
Letter sent by Lord Byron
Letter sent free by Lord Byron (member of the House of Lords) with Free handstamp marking Date: 1835 Reference: Postal History Series This image relates to The Peoples Post a 15 part series for BBC Radio 4 extensively researched at The British Postal Museum & Archive and produced by Somethin Else.
Anne Isabella Byron (nee Milbanke), Baroness Byron, Born Anne Isabella Milbanke 17 May 1792 Elemore Hall, Pittington, Durham, England, United Kingdom Died 16 May 1860 (aged 67) Cause of death Breast cancer Title Baroness Wentworth Spouse George Gordon Byron, 6th Baron Byron Children Ada Lovelace Parents Ralph Milbanke, 6th Bt. the Hon. Judith Noel