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  1. Charles Grey, 1st Earl Grey, KB PC (circa 23 October 1729 – 14 November 1807) served as a British general in the 18th century. A scion of the noble House of Grey, he was a distinguished soldier in a generation of exceptionally capable military and naval personnel, serving in the Seven Years' War (1756–1763) and taking part in the defeat of France.

  2. 03/10/2021 · Charles Grey, 1st Earl Grey, also called (1801–06) Baron Grey De Howick, (born 1729, Howick, Northumberland, Eng.—died Nov. 14, 1807, Howick), British general in the American Revolution who commanded in victories in several battles, notably against the American general Anthony Wayne and at the Battle of Germantown (1777–78).

    • Early Life
    • Military Career
    • Later Career
    • Family

    Grey was born into an important family. He was born at their large house in Howick, Northumberland, England. Grey's father was a baronet. They had lived in and ruled Howick since the 1200s. Grey's two older brothers died before they could have their own children, but when Grey was a boy, he did not think he would inherithis father's land. So he went into the military in 1944.

    Grey fought in the War of Austrian Succession, Jacobite Rebellion, and Seven Years' War. He made friends with other British fighters, for example James Wolfe, William Petty, and the Earl of Shelburne. He was aide-de-camp to Prince Ferdinand of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel. Grey learned to fight.

    Grey retired from the army but only for a short while. He went to Howick and built a new house there, Howick Hall. He hired an architect called William Newton. Then Grey worked as an army administrator. He was aide-de-camp to King George IIIand fought against the French in Belgium and the Caribbean. King George made Grey governor of Guernsey in 1797. He made Grey a baron in 1801. In 1806, he made Grey 1st Earl Grey and ViscountHowick.

    Grey married Elizabeth Grey of Southwick in 1762. They had eight children including Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey.

    • "No Flint" Grey
    • General
    • British Army: 1746-1803
    • British Army
  3. 27/06/2020 · Charles Grey, 1st Earl Grey, KB PC (23 October 1729 – 14 November 1807) was one of the most important British generals of the 18th century. He was the fourth son of Sir Henry Grey, 1st Baronet, of Howick in Northumberland. Charles received a commission as an ensign in 1748. By December 1752 he was serving as a lieutenant in the 6th Regiment ...

    • October 23, 1729
    • Howick, Northumberland, UK
  4. Charles Grey, 1st Earl Grey, was born circa 1729 in Howick, Northumberland, England, United Kingdom to Henry Grey (c1691-1749) and Hannah Wood (c1700-1764) and died 14 November 1807 Howick, Northumberland, England, United Kingdom of unspecified causes.

  5. Charles Grey, 2. Earl Grey. Charles Grey, II conde de Grey ( 13 de marzo de 1764 – 17 de julio de 1845 ), miembro de la Orden de la Jarretera, miembro del Consejo Privado del Reino Unido, fue diplomático, político y Primer Ministro whig (liberal) británico. Fue conocido como Charles Grey hasta 1806, y como Vizconde de Howick desde 1806 ...

  6. Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey, KG, PC (13 March 1764 – 17 July 1845), known as Viscount Howick between 1806 and 1807, was a British politician who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1830 to 1834. He was a descendant of the noble House of Grey and a member of the Whig Party.

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