When Georgiana died in 1806 only one of her three (four, including her illegitimate daughter Eliza Courtney) children were married. Georgiana lived to see her eldest daughter, Little G, marry and begin having children. Little G would end up bearing twelve children, all who would survive until adulthood. Quite amazing, especially when one considers how difficult it had been for her mother to have children. Georgiana got to play the proud grandmother to Little G's first four children but was never to meet her other sixteen grandchildren.
Little G's Boundless fertility made up for her brother's lack of any offspring; Hart never married. Harryo, the middle child, would have four children with her husband. Her illegitimate daughter, Eliza Courtney married well and had four surviving children. Let's meet some of them.
Lady Georgiana Howard (1804-1860) married a hunk.
Lady Blanche Georgiana Howard (1812- 1840) would follow in her grandmother's footsteps by marrying a future Duke of Devonshire. Sadly though, she didn't live to become a Duchess of Devonshire for her husband received the title after her death. Her uncle Hart outlived her.
Lady Elizabeth Dorothy Anne Howard (1816-1891) married the son of Earl Grey, Georgiana's former lover.
Eliza Ellice (1818-1899) despite being descended from an illegitimate child found herself a peeress as the Viscountess Hampden of Glynde.