Edith Villiers, by then Lady Lytton, was the author of Lady Lytton's Court Diary, 1895-1899, edited by her granddaughter, Mary Lutyens and published by Rupert Hart-Davis in 1961.
She was already a widow when she received Queen Victoria's invitation to serve her in June 1895. She kept her diary up till 1899 and stayed with The Queen, being at her bedside when she died.
|1843||Death of father Edward Ernest VILLIERS|
|1864||Married Edward Robert BULWER GCB, GCSI, CIE, PC 1st Earl of Lytton in Kensington, London|
|1865||Birth of son Edward Rowland John LYTTON|
|1867||Birth of daughter Elizabeth (Betty) Edith LYTTON|
|1869||Birth of daughter Constance Georgina LYTTON|
|1871||Death of son Edward Rowland John LYTTON|
|1872||Birth of son Henry Meredith Edward LYTTON|
|1874||Death of son Henry Meredith Edward LYTTON|
|1874||Birth of daughter Lady Emily LYTTON|
|1876||Birth of son Victor Alexander George Robert LYTTON KG, PC, GCSI, GCIE 2nd Earl of Lytton|
|1879||Birth of son Neville Stephen LYTTON OBE 3rd Earl of Lytton|
|1890||Death of mother Elizabeth Charlotte LIDDELL|
|1891||Death of husband Edward Robert BULWER GCB, GCSI, CIE, PC 1st Earl of Lytton|
|1923||Death of daughter Constance Georgina LYTTON|