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  1. Henry Grey, I duque de Suffolk y III marqués de Dorset, ( 17 de enero de 1517 - 23 de febrero de 1554 ). Fue hijo de Thomas Grey, II marqués de Dorset y de Margaret Wotton, marquesa consorte de Dorset. A través de su padre era bisnieto de Isabel Woodville, la reina de Eduardo IV de Inglaterra, por su primer matrimonio con sir John Grey de Groby.

  2. Henry Grey, 1st Duke of Suffolk, 3rd Marquess of Dorset KG KB (17 January 1517 – 23 February 1554), was an English courtier and nobleman of the Tudor period. He was the father of Lady Jane Grey, known as "the Nine Days' Queen". Contents 1 Origins 2 Marriage and progeny 3 Career 3.1 Henry VIII's reign 3.2 Edward VI's reign 4 Protestantism

  3. Henry Gray ( Londres, 1827 -Londres, 13 de junio de 1861) fue un anatomista y cirujano británico. A los 25 años fue elegido Fellow of the Royal Society (FRS), honor otorgado a los científicos distinguidos. 1 2 Biografía Nació, vivió y murió en el distrito de Belgravia, en el centro de Londres. De su niñez y temprana educación no se conoce nada.

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    • Entre 1825 y 1827[1]​[2]​, Londres (8 Wilton Street, St George's Hanover Square)[1]​[2]​
  4. › wiki › Henry_GreyHenry Grey - Wikipedia

    Henry Grey, 1st Duke of Suffolk (1517–1554), English courtier and nobleman Henry Grey, 1st Baron Grey of Groby (1547–1614), English courtier, administrator and politician Henry Grey, 4th Earl of Kent (c.1495–1562) Henry Grey, 6th Earl of Kent (1541–1615), English peer Henry Grey, 8th Earl of Kent (c. 1583–1639)

  5. › wiki › Henry_GrayHenry Gray - Wikipedia

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    Henry Gray FRS was a British anatomist and surgeon most notable for publishing the book Gray's Anatomy. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society at the age of 25. Grave of Henry Gray in Highgate Cemetery

    Gray was born in Belgravia, London, in 1827 and lived most of his life in London. In 1842, he entered as a student at St. George's Hospital, London, and he is described by those who knew him as a most painstaking and methodical worker, and one who learned his anatomy by the slow but invaluable method of making dissections for himself. While still a...

    Gray was struck by an attack of confluent smallpox, the most deadly type of the disease where individual lesions become so numerous that they join as a continuous, "confluent" sheet. He is assumed to have been infected due to his extended and meticulous caring for his ten-year-old nephew, Charles Gray, who did eventually recover. On the 13th June 1...

    • 13 June 1861 (aged 34), Belgravia, London, England
    • Gray's Anatomy