Lord Byron and Daughter Ada Lovelace: Unusual Habits, Affairs with Both Men and Women, Lovelace Being Forbidden to Know About Her Father, Lovelace’s Inventions, and Debt Acquired and Death

Lord Byron, the father of Ada Lovelace, his only child born in wedlock, was one of the most important people of the 19th century, fabulously eccentric and a philanderer, it is said that he drank from a human skull, having a pet bear, and having numerous affairs with both men and women. Forbidden to know anything about her father including what he looked like, Lovelace’s mother buried the young girl in math and science textbooks which acted as a catalyst for her young and growing mind. At just 13...

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