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  1. Albert Henry George Grey, 4th Earl Grey, GCB, GCMG, GCVO, PC (28 November 1851 – 29 August 1917) was a British peer and politician who served as Governor General of Canada 1904–1911, the ninth since Canadian Confederation. He was a radical Liberal aristocrat and a member of a string of liberal high society clubs in London.

  2. Albert Henry George Grey, 4:e earl Grey, född den 28 november 1851 i London, död där den 29 augusti 1917, var en brittisk politiker och ämbetsman . Innehåll 1 Biografi 2 Källor 2.1 Noter 3 Externa länkar Biografi [ redigera | redigera wikitext] Han var son till general Charles Grey.

  3. You might have also noticed that there is a constant mention of Sir Edward Grey (the first passage is actually from a biography of his), who was the 4th Earl's second cousin, once removed. I cannot say for certain that the 4th Earl was confused with Sir Edward, because he was himself a prominent Liberal Imperialist, but it is somewhat likely.

  4. Albert Henry George Grey, 4th Earl Grey, was born 28 November 1851 in St. James's Palace, Westminster, Greater London, England, United Kingdom to Charles Grey (1804-1870) and Caroline Eliza Farquhar (1814-1890) and died 29 August 1917 Howick, Northumberland, England, United Kingdom of unspecified causes.

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Earl_GreyEarl Grey - Wikipedia

    On his death, the titles passed to his nephew, Albert, 4th Earl Grey. He was the son of General the Hon. Charles Grey, third son of the second Earl. Lord Grey was governor general of Canada between 1904 and 1911. His son, Charles, 5th Earl Grey, was a major in the Army.

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Albert_GrayAlbert Gray - Wikipedia

    Albert Gray or Grey may refer to: Albert L. Gray (1847–1916), Canadian-born American dry goods merchant and Wisconsin Assemblyman Bert Gray (1900–1969), Welsh international footballer Albert Grey, 4th Earl Grey (1851–1917), British nobleman and politician who served as Governor General of Canada