They say that the means of differentiating celebrities from historical figures is that historical figures' names will last forever where as celebrities ignite and then fizzle out, gradually becoming forgotten through time. Georgiana was an undeniable celebrity and did sort of fade into obscurity, but was never forgotten!
Evidence of this: Lady Lucy Cavendish's personal diary. This Victorian lady, like our Georgie, married into the Cavendish clan. It was only a matter of time before their paths would cross, so to speak.
Denise at Lady Lucy Cavendish Diary Blog was kind enough to inform me when Georgiana's name appeared in the diary. She is quite the blog-mistress, putting all the diary entries in blog form for our convenience and for free! Methinks, I need a few more rare books to be put into blog form. In 1871 lady Lucy wrote of Georgiana's child-like enthusiasm, expressed in a letter soon after her marriage.
I can't help but be reminded of Georgiana's book, The Sylph which is a reflective semi-autobiographical tale about a country girl marrying into the aristocracy when Lucy talks of "how there was no fear but that she would be happy in a simple country life." I especially enjoyed the easily offended Victorian sensibilities being triggered at the thought of Bess and the Duke! Check it out here.