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The poetry, romantic adventures and character of Lord Byron, characterised by his spurned lover Lady Caroline Lamb as ' mad, bad and dangerous to know ' were another inspiration for the Gothic, providing the archetype of the Byronic hero.
File: Reynolds Sir Joshua-Lady Caroline Howard. jpg | Lady Caroline Howard, 1778
In 1891, First Lady Caroline Harrison proposed major extensions to the White House, including a National Wing on the east for an historical art gallery, and a wing on the west for official functions.
In 1805 he succeeded his elder brother as heir to his father's title and he married Lady Caroline Ponsonby.
According to Lord Holland, the Duke of Wellington had claimed that it was Lady Jersey who had selected Caroline as George's bride.
By 1805, Caroline had fallen out with her near neighbours, Sir John and Lady Douglas, who claimed that Caroline had sent them obscene and harassing letters.
Lady Douglas accused Caroline of infidelity, and alleged that William Austin was Caroline's illegitimate son.
Lady Douglas testified that Caroline herself had admitted to her in 1802 that she was pregnant, and that Austin was her son.
Perhaps Caroline had told Lady Douglas that she was pregnant out of frustrated maternal desire, or as part of a foolish prank that, unfortunately for her, backfired.
Born Augustus Henry Lane-Fox at Bramham cum Oglethorpe, Wetherby, Yorkshire, he was the son of William Lane-Fox and Lady Caroline Douglas, a sister of George Douglas, 17th Earl of Morton.
* Hannah Jarvis: The author of a popular best-seller on Byron's mistress Lady Caroline Lamb, Hannah is researching the elusive hermit of Sidley Park, who lived in the hermitage there in the early 19th century.
*" Lady Caroline Lamb ", a slave on board the slaver Balliol College ( Flash for Freedom!
The early years of the nineteenth century saw Lawrence's portrait practice continue to flourish: amongst his sitters were major political figures such as Henry Dundas, 1st Viscount Melville and William Lamb, 2nd Viscount Melbourne, whose wife Lady Caroline Lamb was also painted by Lawrence.
According to A. Asbjorn Jon ' the choice of name Polidori's Lord Ruthven is presumably linked to Lady Caroline Lamb's earlier novel Glenarvon, where it was used for a rather ill disguised Byronesque character '
* Lady Caroline Faber ( born 1923 )
Bolt's work for director David Lean garnered him particular acclaim and recognition, and Bolt tried his hand at directing with the unsuccessful Lady Caroline Lamb ( 1972 ).
* Lady Caroline Lamb ( 1972 ) ( also directed )
In December 2005 representatives from Loddon, including local business woman Caroline Dwen and Lady Kate Hartland, went to London to the National Presentation Ceremony where the town had won the first prize for the East Region.
Her niece was Lady Caroline Lamb.
Lady Elizabeth had two illegitimate children by the Duke, a son ( Augustus Clifford ) and a daughter ( Caroline Rosalie St Jules ).
She was a second cousin of Frederick Ponsonby, 3rd Earl of Bessborough, and thus a second cousin, once-removed, of his daughter the Lady Caroline Lamb.
Dame Antonia Margaret Caroline Fraser, DBE ( born 27 August 1932 ), née Pakenham, is an Anglo-Irish author of history, novels, biographies and detective fiction, best known as Lady Antonia Fraser.
*" Lady Antonia Margaret Caroline Pakenham " – Biography posted at thePeerage. com

Lady and Paget
The spiritualist writer Walburga, Lady Paget in her book Colloquies with an unseen friend ( 1907 ) was an early writer to mention the hollow earth theory, she claimed that cities exist beneath a desert, which is where the descendants of Atlantis moved to, she further claimed that an entrance will be discovered to this subterranean kingdom in the 21st century.
He then tried to get into " society " by sponsoring bare-knuckle boxer Tom Molineaux ( the first black man to contend for a championship ) and subsequently married Flashman's mother Lady Alicia Paget, a fictional relation of the real Marquess of Anglesey.
# Lady Frances Rich ( born c. 1617 – 12 November 1672 ), married William Paget, 5th Baron Paget
Olive, Lady Baillie, a daughter of Almeric Paget, 1st Baron Queenborough, and his first wife, Pauline Payne Whitney, an American heiress.
The matchmaker was a minor American heiress turned major English hostess, Lady Paget ( née Mary " Minnie " Stevens ), the daughter of Mrs. Paran Stevens, the socially ambitious widow of an American hotel entrepreneur who had successfully obtained admittance to the exclusive New York society of the fabled " Four Hundred ".
Lady Paget, always short of money, soon became a sort of international marital agent, introducing eligible American heiresses to British noblemen.
* Lady Caroline Paget ( 6 June 1796-12 March 1874 ).
* Lady Jane Paget ( 13 October 1798-28 January 1876 ).
* Lady Georgina Paget ( 29 August 1800-9 November 1875 ).
* Lady Augusta Paget ( 26 January 1802-6 June 1872 ).
* Lady Agnes Paget ( 11 February 1804-9 October 1845 ).
* Lady Emily Paget ( 4 March 1810-6 March 1893 ).
* Lady Mary Paget ( 16 June 1812-20 February 1859 ).
* Lady Adelaide Paget ( Jan, 1820-21 August 1890 ).
* Lady Eleanor Paget ( 21 May 1825-d. an infant )
In London, professor Pavle Popović, a literary historian and critic, was in charge of Serbian schoolboys and undergraduates who, after Serbia was overrun by the enemy, were brought to England in the summer of 1916 through the generosity of the British people and the enterprise of the Serbian Relief Fund, founded by Lady Paget, the wife of Sir Ralph Paget.
Born at Richmond House, London, he was the son of Charles Lennox, 5th Duke of Richmond and Lennox and Lady Caroline, daughter of Field Marshal Henry Paget, 1st Marquess of Anglesey.
Lady Caroline Paget, daughter of the sixth Marquess, was a socialite and actress.
Lady Rose Paget, was also a socialite.
Richmond married Lady Caroline, daughter of Henry Paget, 1st Marquess of Anglesey and Lady Caroline Villiers, on 10 April 1817.
Ashton was a great friend of the Paget family and was a frequent visitor to the family seat at Plas Newydd ; it was there that one of the Paget daughters, Lady Rose fell hopelessly in love with him ; he rebuffed her advances and at one point returned her letters-after having corrected her spelling.

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