Byron eBook

John Nichol
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 191 pages of information about Byron.
| Sir John Byron = 2nd wife, widow of George Halgh. (received grant of Newstead from Henry VIII., May 26,1540). | Bar // Sinister | Sir Nicholas Strelleye | | John Byron, of Clayton = Alice (inherited by gift, knighted by Elizabeth, 1579). | ------------------------------------- | | | Sir Nicholas | Sir Richard Molyneux | | Sir John = Anne (K.B. at coronation of James I; Governor of Tower). | -------------------------------------- | | Richard, 2nd Lord (1605-1679) Sir John 1st Lord (created (Buried at Hucknal Torkard) Baron Byron of Rochdale, | Oct. 24, 1643; at Newbury, | Edgehill, Chester, &c. | Viscount Chaworth Governor of Duke of York; died | | at Paris, 1652).  William, 3rd Lord = Elizabeth. (died 1695) | Lord Berkeley. | | William, 4th Lord = Frances (3rd wife) (1669-1736) | --------------------------- | | Admiral John (1723-1786) |- William, 5th Lord (1722-1798) (killed Mr. | “Foul-weather Jack"). | Chaworth; survived his sons | | and a grandson, who died 1794; | | called “The wicked Lord"). | | | | - Isabella = Lord Carlisle | | | Lord Carlisle (the poet’s | guardian). --------------------------- | | | |- A daughter | | | | | Colonel Leigh | | | |- George Anson (1758-1793). | | | Admiral George Anson, 7th Lord | (1789-1868) | | | ---- | |- Frederick | | | | | George F. William, 9th and present | | Lord Byron. | | | |- George, 8th Lord (1818-1870) | ------------------- | 1.  Marchioness = John Byron (1751-1791) = 2.  Miss Gordon of Gight of Carmarthen | | | | Colonel Leigh = Augusta George Gordon, 6th Lord | | (1788-1824).  Married Several daughters | Anna Isabella (1792-1860), | daughter of Sir Ralph | Milbanke and Judith, | daughter of Sir Edward | Noel (Viscount Wentworth), | and by her had ------------------------- | Earl Lovelace = Augusta-Ada (1815-1852). | -------------------------------------- | | | Mr. Blunt = Lady Anne.  Byron Noel Ralph Gordon, (died 1862) now Lord Wentworth

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