Person:Ralph King-Noel (1)

Ralph King-Noel
b.2 Jul 1839
d.28 Aug 1906
  1. Byron King-Noel, Viscount Ockham1836 - 1862
  2. Anne Isabella Noel King-Noel1837 - 1917
  3. Ralph King-Noel1839 - 1906
  • HRalph King-Noel1839 - 1906
  • W.  Fanny Heriot (add)
m. 25 Aug 1869
  1. Ada King-Milbanke, 14th Baroness Wentworth1871 - 1917
m. 30 Dec 1880
Facts and Events
Name Ralph King-Noel
Alt Name Ralph King-Milbanke, 2nd Earl of Lovelace
Gender Male
Birth[1] 2 Jul 1839
Marriage 25 Aug 1869 to Fanny Heriot (add)
Marriage 30 Dec 1880 to Mary Caroline Stuart-Wortley
Death[1] 28 Aug 1906

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Ralph Gordon King Noel Milbanke, 2nd Earl of Lovelace (2 July 1839 - 28 August 1906) was the third child of William King-Noel, 1st Earl of Lovelace and his wife, Ada Lovelace, the only legitimate daughter of the poet Lord Byron and widely credited as the world's first computer programmer. He was born on 2 July 1839, and lived at Ockham Park in Ockham, Surrey. He had an older brother and sister, Byron King-Noel, Viscount Ockham and Lady Anne Blunt. When his brother died 1862, he became the 13th Baron Wentworth, although he was subsequently styled as Viscount Ockham as the then new heir apparent to his father's earldom. He later became the 2nd Earl of Lovelace with the death of his father in 1893.

He was married to Fanny Heriot (Abt. 1843-July 1878), with whom he had a daughter Ada King-Milbanke, 14th Baroness Wentworth, and Mary Caroline Stuart-Wortley (17 October 1826-2 April 1896) in 1880.

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  2.   Ralph Gordon Noel King, 2nd Earl of Lovelace, in Lundy, Darryl. The Peerage: A genealogical survey of the peerage of Britain as well as the royal families of Europe.