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  1. Lady Sybil Grey OBE (15 July 1882 – 4 June 1966) was a British philanthropist and Voluntary Aid Detachment nurse. Contents 1 Early life 2 Career 3 Further reading 4 References Early life Grey was born as the second daughter to Albert Grey, 4th Earl Grey and his wife Alice Holford, the daughter of Robert Stayner Holford.

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  2. 24/01/2019 · Nevertheless, you do have a very strong mother love and, if you do marry, you will have two children.” The woman being addressed was Lady Sybil Grey (1882–1966), second daughter of Albert, 4th Earl Grey. She was 37 years old, and had spent the First World War doing a range of adventurous jobs.

  3. › wiki › Sybil_GreySybil Grey - Wikipedia

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    Sybil Grey, born Ellen Sophia Taylor, was a British singer and actress during the Victorian era best known for creating a series of minor roles in productions by the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company, including roles in several of the famous Gilbert and Sullivan operas, from 1880 to 1888. Afterwards, she went on to a long West End theatre career, appearin...

    Grey was born in London’s Conduit Street West, the second daughter of Henry Taylor, a linen draper, and his Exeter-born wife Susannah. Grey began her stage career with the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company in 1880 as a member of the chorus and understudy during the first London production of Gilbert and Sullivan's The Pirates of Penzance at the Opera Comi...

    After leaving D'Oyly Carte, Grey enjoyed a long West End theatre career. She began with Drury Lane pantomimes, including playing one of the Merry Men in Babes in the Wood in 1888 with Harry Payne, Dan Leno as the Dame, and Harriet Vernon as Robin Hood. She and Rosina Brandram appeared in a musical version of Newport in a vanity production at Devons...

  4. For the first in a series commemorating World War I and its impact on the region, we look at the inspirational Lady Sybil Grey who transformed Howick Hall in Northumberland into a wartime hospital, then travelled across Europe to help soldiers in need Lady Sybil Grey was the second daughter of the fourth Earl Grey.

  5. Is Lady Sybil Mary Grey still alive? No, she died on 09/07/1871, 150 years ago. She was 22 years old when she died. Family. Her mother is Caroline Eliza Farquhar and her father is Charles Grey. Her mother died at the age of (Lady was 41 years old). When Lady born she was 34 years old. and Charles Grey was 84 years old when Lady born.

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  7. 24/05/2018 · About Lady Victoria Grenfell. Lady Victoria Sybil Mary Grey was born on 9 June 1878.2 She was the daughter of Albert Henry George Grey, 4th Earl Grey and Alice Holford.1 She married Lt.-Col. Arthur Morton Grenfell, son of Pascoe du Pré Grenfell and Sophia Grenfell, on 23 July 1901.2 She died on 3 February 1907 at age 28.2.