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  1. richard grenville (15 de junio de 1542-10 de septiembre de 1591) (alias greynvile, greeneville, greenfield, etc.), señor de los feudos de stowe, kilkhampton en cornualles y de bideford en devon, era un marinero inglés que, como capitán del revenge, murió en la batalla de flores, posiblemente por negarse a entregar su barco a los españoles, mucho …

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  2. Sir Richard Grenville (15 June 1542 – 10 September 1591), also spelt Greynvile, Greeneville, and Greenfield, was an English privateer and explorer. Grenville was lord of the manors of Stowe, Cornwall and Bideford, Devon. He subsequently participated in the plantations of Ireland, the English colonisation of the Americas and the repulse of the ...

  3. 11/06/2022 · Sir Richard Grenville, (born June 15, 1542—died September 1591), colourful and daring English naval commander who fought heroically, against overwhelming odds, in a celebrated encounter with a Spanish fleet off Flores Island in the Azores. He fought with the imperial army against the Turks in Hungary (1566–68).

  4. Sir Richard Grenville, o Greynvile (6 de junio de 1542-10 de septiembre de 1591), fue un corsario inglés, navegante y político, un miembro de los Sea Dogs y un héroe nacional Inglés por haber luchado con su barco, el Revenge, la flota española frente a las Azores y morir en la batalla.

  5. 17/06/2020 · Sir Richard Grenville (1542-1591 CE) was an Elizabethan adventurer, mariner, and privateer whose life story is as entertaining as any fictional sailor. His early career saw him become a Member of Parliament, a soldier in Hungary, and a plantation owner in Ireland.

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  6. Sir Richard de Grenville (died after 1142) ( alias de Grainvilla, de Greinvill, etc.) was one of the Twelve Knights of Glamorgan who served under Robert FitzHamon (died 1107), in the conquest of Glamorgan in Wales. He obtained from FitzHamon the lordship of Neath in which he built Neath Castle and in 1129 founded Neath Abbey.

  7. Sir Richard Grenville (26 June 1600 – 21 October 1659) was a professional soldier from Cornwall, who served in the Thirty Years War, and 1638 to 1651 Wars of the Three Kingdoms. He was the younger brother of Sir Bevil Grenville, who died at Lansdowne in 1643, and grandson of Admiral Sir Richard, killed at Flores in 1591.