Tee Bylo

The Story of Annabella Milbanke, Poetess, Mathematician, Campaigner and the Spouse of Lord Byron...


'I hope to leave this world without having said a word that could damage anybody, and so I must let people say what they will of me'  

Lady Byron

As much as I adore the poetry, letters and scribblings of Lord Byron and remain intrigued by his unique and fascinating life; I also believe that his image as the original Regency ‘bad boy’ has been complimented by the scandal surrounding his brief marriage to Annabella Milbanke and which would precipitate his journey into exile from their London home at 13 Piccadilly Terrace in April 1816.

Although Byron’s reputation has been rehabilitated since his death in April 1824, the story of his estranged spouse has frequently been degenerated in return and it was with this in mind that I began the research for a ‘Lady Byron Blog’ in 2012 in an attempt to ‘even’ the balance of opinion as it were.

Welcome to the Girl from Seaham… the story of Annabella Milbanke; poetess, mathematician, campaigner and the spouse of the poet Lord Byron; which I hope will offer an interesting and spirited insight into the life of remarkable and much maligned woman who became the wife of one of history's most famous and scandalous poets...​

The Ghost of Piccadilly Terrace...

The Girl from Seaham...

The Story of Lord Byron's Spouse...

The Polite Tourist...

The Graveyard Squirrel...