Lord Byron

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Early Life – Child hood
George Gordon Noel Byron born in London, England January 22, 1788. Who later came to be known as Lord Byron. Lord Byron was the son of Captain John Byron and Catherin Gordon. Unlike most children Byron was born with an oddly clubbed right foot as a result of this he suffered through many painful medical procedures. Raised on Hollis streets because his father abandoned him and his mother, he spent his first 10 years of life living with his mother in Aberdeen, Ms. Catherine although originally a rich woman she had lost her money due to her husband’s bad spending and gambling habits . After completing years of primary education Byron enrolled at trinity college Cambridge, university in an attempt of achieving a higher education. After his parent’s divorce Byron moved to Scotland with his mother staying for only a short length of time then moved to Aberdeen surrounding. In 1798 Byron inherited the title & estates of his great-uncle who had passed away. In 1799, Byron was sent to the Aberdeen Grammar, there he received early education. Later moving on to the school of William Glennie for a higher education. before becoming a wealthy man lived in near poverty. At the age of 10 he became the 6th Lord Byron, baptized at St. Marylebone parish church he was baptized Gorge Gordon Byron after his mother’s father. Because of his father’s careless money problem his mother had to pay off his dept by selling her own properties.
Personal Life & Love Affairs
If there was one thing Lord Byron was known for besides his poetry was his scandalous love affairs. There were many rumors some commenting about his bisexuality, others about his supposed incest. The first of his many affairs was Marry Chaworth. Supposedly she was his one first true love taking his love for her to the grave. Later at the age of 10 his other love affair flourished but this time with…...

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