For those of a similar name, see Frederick Gray (disambiguation). Admiral The Hon. Sir Frederick William Grey GCB (23 August 1805 – 2 May 1878) was a Royal Navy officer. As a captain he saw action in the First Opium War and was deployed as principal agent of transports during the Crimean War .
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Frederick Gray may refer to: Frederick Gray (politician) (died 1933), Australian politician Sir Frederick Gray, fictional Minister of Defence in several James Bond films Fred Gray (attorney) (born 1930), American civil rights attorney and activist Fred Gray (composer), composer of video game music
Frederick Grey (Howick, 23 agosto 1805 – Sunningdale, 2 maggio 1878) fu un ufficiale della Royal Navy. Biografia. Era figlio di Charles Grey, II conte Grey e di Mary Elizabeth Ponsonby, figlia di William Ponsonby, I barone Ponsonby. Già nel gennaio del 1819 si unì alla Royal Navy.
Samuel Frederick Gray (10 December 1766 – 12 April 1828) was a British botanist, mycologist, and pharmacologist. He was the father of the zoologists John Edward Gray and George Robert Gray . Contents
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Frederick Millward Grey (5 August 1899 – 1957), generally called "Millward Grey", was an English painter, etcher and art teacher who had a substantial career in South Australia . Contents 1 History 2 Some works 3 Family 4 References History