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Who is Allegra Byron?
Allegra Byron: Clara Allegra Byron, initially named Alba, meaning "dawn," or "white," by her mother, was the illegitimate daughter of the poet George Gordon, Lord Byron and Claire Clairmont, the stepsister of Mary Shelley.
- also known as Clara Allegra Byron, Alba, Allegrina
- born on (199 years ago) in Bath, child of George Gordon Byron and Claire Clairmont
- nationality: England
- died on (193 years ago) in Bagnacavallo
Allegra Byron is a fictional character from the 2012 short film A Shape Of Error.
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by David Pickering
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At St Mary's Church Harrow on the Hill, many thanks to Richard
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