Guilford Dudley Lord Guilford Dudley ( c. 1535 - 12 de febrero 1554) fue el esposo de Lady Jane Grey, quien ocupó el trono inglés del 10 al 19 de julio de 1553. Jane era prima del rey Eduardo VI de Inglaterra y este le había declarado su heredera, pasando por encima de sus medias hermanas. 1
Lord Guildford Dudley (also spelt Guilford) ( c. 1535 – 12 February 1554) was an English nobleman who was married to Lady Jane Grey. King Edward VI had declared her his heir, and she occupied the English throne from 10 July until 19 July 1553.
Guilford Dudley En mayo de 1553, John Dudley arregló el matrimonio entre su hijo Guilford y Jane Grey, hija del Marqués de Dorset, Henry Grey y Frances Brandon, bisnieto de Enrique VIII. detrás de todo estaba Su interés en estar relacionado con la joven que era una posible candidata al trono inglés.
Guilford Dudley fue el menor de los hijos sobrevivientes de John Dudley, 1. er duque de Northumberland y su esposa Jane, hija de Sir Edward Guildford.  El linaje de los Dudley se remonta a una familia llamada Sutton, que se convirtieron en señores del castillo de Dudley en el siglo XIV , [ 6 ] de quienes Guilford descendía a través de su abuelo paterno.
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Guilford Dudley Jr. was an American businessman and diplomat. He served as the United States Ambassador to Denmark under the Nixon Administration.
Guilford was born on June 23, 1907 in Nashville, Tennessee. His father, Guilford Dudley, Sr., was a co-founder of the Life and Casualty Insurance Company of Tennessee. His mother, and Anne Dallas Dudley, was an activist in the women's suffrage movement in the United States. Guilford graduated from Vanderbilt University. During World War II, he serv...
Dudley began his career for the Life and Casualty Insurance Company in 1932. He served as its president from 1951 to 1968. Under his leadership, the company built the Life & Casualty Tower in Downtown Nashville in 1957. He merged the company with American General in 1968. It is now a subsidiary of the American International Group. Guilford was the ...
Guilford was married three times; his third wife was Jane Anderson. They resided in Palm Beach, Florida, in a house he later sold to A. Alfred Taubman. Dudley had two sons and a daughter. He was a member of the Belle Meade Country Club in Belle Meade, Tennessee, and the Everglades Club and the Bath and Tennis Club in Palm Beach. He was active in hi...
17 Apr. 1756–3 Feb. 1833 Guilford Dudley, Revolutionary militia officer, was born in Caroline County, Va., the son of Christopher and Elizabeth Dudley. In November 1763 his father moved to Halifax, N.C., where the younger Dudley lived until January 1785. In July 1775 he volunteered for service as a private in a company of minutemen at Halifax.
Guilford Dudley Lord Guilford Dudley ( c. 1535 - 12 de febrero 1554) fue el esposo de Lady Jane Grey, quien ocupó el trono inglés del 10 de julio al 19 de julio de 1553. Jane era prima del rey Eduardo VI de Inglaterra y este le había declarado su heredera, pasando por encima de sus medias hermanas.