Lady Byron was born Anne Isabella Milbanke, the only child of Sir Ralph Milbanke, 6th Baronet, and his wife the Hon. Judith Noel, sister of Thomas Noel, Viscount Wentworth. Her father's only surviving sibling was Elizabeth Lamb, Viscountess Melbourne, the influential political hostess. Her children, Anne's cousins, were:
Eventually Byron began to court Lady Caroline's cousin Anne Isabella Milbanke ("Annabella"), who refused his first proposal of marriage but later accepted him. Milbanke was a highly moral woman, intelligent and mathematically gifted; she was also an heiress.
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Anne Isabella Byron, Baroness Byron (1792–1860), British peer, wife of Lord Byron; Anne Byrn (born 1956), American cookbook author; Anne Carson (born 1950), Canadian poet, essayist, and translator; Anne Cox Chambers (born 1919), American media proprietor and billionaire; Anne V. Coates (born 1925), British film editor; Anne Consigny (born ...
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