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  1. Thomas Grey, II marqués de Dorset; Información personal; Nacimiento: 22 de junio de 1477 jul. Fallecimiento: 10 de octubre de 1530 jul. (53 años) Sepultura: Church of St Mary the Virgin, Astley: Familia; Padres: Thomas Grey Cecily Bonville: Cónyuge: Eleanor St. John; Margaret Wotton, Marchioness of Dorset (desde 1509) Hijos: Henry Grey: Información profesional; Ocupación: Soldado

    • Church of St Mary the Virgin, Astley
    • 22 de junio de 1477jul.
  2. Thomas Grey, séptimo barón Ferrers de Groby, I conde de Huntingdon, y I marqués de Dorset, fue un noble inglés, cortesano y el hijo mayor de Isabel Woodville y su esposo Sir Juan Grey de Groby. Su segundo matrimonio con el rey Eduardo IV la hizo reina consorte de Inglaterra, elevando así el estado de Grey en la corte y en el reino como el hijastro del rey. A través de los diligentes esfuerzos de su madre, hizo dos matrimonios materialmente ventajosos con ricas herederas - su primera ...

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    Grey was the third son and heir of Thomas Grey, 1st Marquess of Dorset (1455–1501), at that time England's only marquess, and his wife, Cecily Bonville, the daughter and heiress of William Bonville, 6th Baron Harington of Aldingham. His mother was suo jure 7th Baroness Harington of Aldingham and 2nd Baroness Bonville, and the richest heiress in Eng...

    Amongst the Queen of England's closest relations, Grey and his younger brothers Leonard and Edward were welcome at court and became courtiers and later soldiers. In 1494, Grey was made a knight of the Bath and in 1501 a knight of the Garter.Also in 1501, his father died and the younger Thomas inherited his titles and some of his estates. However, m...

    In 1512, during the War of the League of Cambrai, Dorset led an unsuccessful English military expedition to France to reconquer Aquitaine, which England had lost during the Hundred Years' War. Ferdinand of Aragon gave none of the support he had promised. While Ferdinand delayed and tried to persuade Dorset to help him to attack Navarreinstead of Aq...

    Grey was the son and heir of Thomas Grey, 1st Marquess of Dorset (c. 1456–1501), and his wife, Cecily Bonville, daughter and heiress of William Bonville, 6th Baron Harington of Aldingham and of Lady Katherine Neville (1442–1503) and granddaughter of Alice Neville, 5th Countess of Salisbury (1407–1462). Cecily Bonville's maternal uncles included Ric...

    Dorset died on 10 October 1530, and was buried in the collegiate church at Astley in Warwickshire. When he died he held estates in London and in sixteen counties, amounting to over one hundred manors, and was one of the richest men in England.His grave was opened in the early seventeenth century and measurement of his skeleton suggested a height of...

    • 10 October 1530 (aged 53)
    • Henry Grey
  3. Thomas Grey, I Marqués de Dorset KG KB PC fue un noble inglés, cortesano, militar y terrateniente. For faster navigation, this Iframe is preloading the Wikiwand page for Thomas Grey, II marqués de Dorset .

  4. 7 de dic. de 2021 · Sir Thomas II DeGrey ( 2nd Marquess of Dorset, Baron Grey of Harington, KG, KB ) died on October 10, 1530, in Astley, Warwickshire, England, when he was 53 years old. Bashall, Yorkshire, England; buried in the collegiate church at Astley in Warwickshire view all 16 Thomas Grey, 2nd Marquess of Dorset's Timeline Genealogy Directory:

  5. Thomas Grey, I Marqués de Dorset KG KB PC (22 de junio de 1477 – 10 de octubre de 1530) fue un noble inglés, cortesano, militar y terrateniente. Gris fue el tercer hijo y heredero de Thomas Grey, Marqués de Dorset (1455-1501), en aquel momento el único marqués de Inglaterra, y su esposa, Cecily Bonville , hija y heredera de William Bonville, Barón Harington de Aldingham.