Yahoo Search Búsqueda en la Web

  1. Cerca de 30.200 resultados de búsqueda

  1. 6 de feb. de 2023 · The second Earl became third Earl de Grey in 1859 and was created Marquess of Ripon in 1871. He held many high political offices, including the governor-generalship of India. Stuart Rendel, who was created Baron Rendel in 1894, was a son of James Meadows Rendel, the engineer, and was President of University College, Wales, from 1895 until his death in 1913.

  2. 17 de ene. de 2023 · Reynold Grey, 3rd Lord Grey (of Ruthin) was also known as Edward Grey. He succeeded to the title of 3rd Lord Grey, of Ruthin [E., 1325] in 1389. In 1421 he won a judgement in the Court of Chivalry to the right to wear the arms of the feudal Lord Abergavenny (against Sir Edward Hastings, de jure 8th Lord Hastings).

    • "Reginald"
    • Ruthin, Denbighshire, Wales (United Kingdom)
    • circa 1362
    • Origins
    • Marriage and Progeny
    • Career
    • Protestantism
    • Queen Jane
    • The Head
    • References

    He was the son and heir of Thomas Grey, 2nd Mar­quess of Dorset (1477–1530) by his wife Mar­garet Wot­ton (1487–1541), daugh­ter of Sir Robert Wot­ton (c. 1463–1524) of Boughton Mal­herbe in Kent. Through his fa­ther he was a great-grand­son of Eliz­a­beth Woodville, the wife of King Ed­ward IV, by her first mar­riage to Sir John Grey of Groby.

    Cancelled betrothal

    Be­fore 1530, Grey was be­trothed to Cather­ine FitzA­lan, the daugh­ter of William FitzA­lan, 18th Earl of Arun­del, whom he later re­fused to marry.

    Marriage to Lady Frances Brandon

    In 1533, with the per­mis­sion of King Henry VIII he mar­ried Lady Frances Bran­don (1517–1559), the daugh­ter of Charles Bran­don, 1st Duke of Suf­folk by his wife Mary Tudor, the sis­ter of King Henry VIII. They had three daugh­ters: 1. Lady Jane Grey(1537–1554) 2. Lady Katherine Grey(1540–1568) 3. Lady Mary Grey(1545–1578)

    Henry VIII's reign

    Henry Grey be­came the 3rd Mar­quess of Dorset in 1530 fol­low­ing the death of his fa­ther. Be­fore Henry VIII's death in 1547, Grey be­came a fix­ture in court cir­cles. A knight of the Bath, he was the king's sword bearer at Anne Bo­leyn's coro­na­tion in 1533, at Anne of Cleves' ar­rival in 1540, and at the cap­ture of Boulogne in 1545. Twice he bore the Cap of Main­te­nance in par­lia­ment. He helped lead the army in France in 1545. In 1547 he joined the Order of the Garter.

    Edward VI's reign

    After Henry VIII's death in 1547, Grey fell out of favour with the leader of King Ed­ward VI's gov­ern­ment, Ed­ward Sey­mour, 1st Duke of Som­er­set and Lord Pro­tec­tor of Eng­land. Re­turn­ing to his home in Bradgate, Leices­ter­shire, Grey con­cen­trated on rais­ing his fam­ily to greater heights. Thus, with the Pro­tec­tor's brother Thomas, Lord Sey­mour, Grey con­spired to have his daugh­ter Janemar­ried to the King. This plot failed, end­ing in Sey­mour's ex­e­cu­tion, but Grey emerged...

    Henry Grey was best known for his zeal for the Protes­tant faith. The Swiss re­former Hein­rich Bullingerded­i­cated a book to him in 1551 and fre­quently cor­re­sponded with the fam­ily. In Par­lia­ment and on the Privy Coun­cil, Grey pushed for fur­ther Protes­tant re­forms. He is cred­ited with mak­ing Leices­ter­shire one of the most re­li­ably...

    Se­ri­ously ill, and fear­ing his own death, King Ed­ward VI granted Northum­ber­land's re­quest for the mar­riage of Suf­folk's daugh­ter Lady Jane Grey to Northum­ber­land's son, Lord Guild­ford Dud­ley, on 25 May 1553. Ed­ward later al­tered his will to make Jane his des­ig­nated suc­ces­sor. Ed­ward died on 6 July 1553, and three days later Suf...

    Ac­cord­ing to Wal­ter George Bell (writ­ing in 1920), the sev­ered head of the Duke was dis­cov­ered in a vault in the Church of Holy Trin­ity, Mi­nories in Lon­don in 1851, pre­served by the tan­nin-rich oak saw­dust used to pad the bas­ket on the scaf­fold on which he had been ex­e­cuted 297 years ear­lier. Bell be­lieved the head might have bee...

    Robert C. Braddock, "Grey, Henry, duke of Suffolk (1517–1554)", Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004,
    Eric Ives, "Lady Jane Grey, A Tudor Mystery", Wiley-Blackwell 2009,
  3. 5 de feb. de 2023 · Albert Henry George Grey, 4th Earl (1851-1917): grew up at Windsor Castle and was private secretary to Prince Alberta and Queen Victoria. In 1894, he succeeded his uncle as the fourth Earl Grey. Liberal MP (1880-86); administrator of Rhodesia (1896-97); director, British South Africa Company (1898-1904); Governor-General of Canada (1904-11); trustee, Rhodes Trust (1902-17).

  4. 20 de ene. de 2023 · Daughter of Henry Grey, 1st Duke of Suffolk, 3rd Marquess of Dorset and Frances Brandon, Duchess of Suffolk Wife of Lord Edward Seymour, 1st Earl of Hertford Mother of Edward Seymour, Viscount Beauchamp; Thomas Seymour and Katherine Seymore Sister of Son Grey, died young; N.N. Grey; Lady Jane Grey, Queen of England (disputed) and Lady Mary Grey Half sister of Elizabeth Stokes (died six months old); Elizabeth Stokes (stillborn) and Stillborn Stokes

    • "Katherine"
    • August 25, 1540
  5. Hace 5 días · Henry Grey, 3rd Earl Grey: 1802–1894 1863 738 George Sutherland-Leveson-Gower, 3rd Duke of Sutherland: 1828–1892 1864 739 George Brudenell-Bruce, 2nd Marquess of Ailesbury: 1804–1878 1864 740 Henry Petty-Fitzmaurice, 4th Marquess of Lansdowne: 1816–1866 1864 741 John Spencer, 5th Earl Spencer: 1835–1910 1865 742 Harry Powlett, 4th Duke of Cleveland

  6. Hace 4 días · Henry Grey, 3rd Earl Grey (1802–1894), MP for Sunderland (1841–1845), Secretary at War (1835–1839), Secretary of State for War and the Colonies (1846–1852) Sir Charles Grey (1804–1870), MP for Wycombe (1832–1837), Private Secretary to the Sovereign (1861–1870)