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Often described as the most flamboyant and notorious of the major Romantics, Byron was both celebrated and castigated in his life for his aristocratic excesses, which included huge debts, numerous love affairs with both men and women, as well as rumors of a scandalous liaison with his half-sister. Lady Caroline Lamb, summed him up in the famous phrase "mad, bad, and dangerous to know".His only legitimate child, Ada Lovelace, is regarded as the first computer programmer based on her notes for Charles Babbage's Analytical Engine.He was born on 22 January in lodgings at Holles Street in London.Catherine moved back to Aberdeenshire in 1790, where Byron spent his childhood.Lady Milbanke, in 1822, her will required that he change his surname to "Noel" so as to inherit half of her estate.He obtained a Royal Warrant, allowing him to "take and use the surname of Noel only" and to "subscribe the said surname of Noel before all titles of honour".
When Byron's great-uncle, the "wicked" Lord Byron, died on , the 10-year-old boy became the 6th Baron Byron of Rochdale and inherited the ancestral home, Newstead Abbey, in Nottinghamshire.
From that point he signed himself "Noel Byron" (the usual signature of a peer being merely the peerage, in this case simply "Byron").
It is speculated that this was so that his initials would read "N.
Byron's father had previously seduced the married Marchioness of Carmarthen and, after she divorced her husband, he married her.
His treatment of her was described as "brutal and vicious", and she died after giving birth to two daughters, and only one of whom survived, Byron's half-sister, Augusta.
His mother proudly took him to England, but the Abbey was in an embarrassing state of disrepair and, rather than living there, she decided to lease it to Lord Grey de Ruthyn, among others, during Byron's adolescence.