In 1547 he joined the Order of the Garter. Not sure about the geography of the middle east? After Henry's death, he fell out of favor with Edward Seymour, 1st Duke of Somerset, and Thomas Seymour, 1st Baron Seymour of Sudeley was executed for conspiring with Henry Grey to have Grey's daughter, Lady Jane Grey, marry King Edward VI of England.
He became 3d marquess of Dorset on his father's death (1530), and in 1534 he married Frances, daughter of Charles Brandon, duke of Suffolk, and Mary of England (sister of Henry VIII). Thomas Seymour, 1st Baron Seymour of Sudeley, https://historica.fandom.com/wiki/Henry_Grey,_1st_Duke_of_Suffolk?oldid=230523. Henry Grey was created Duke of Suffolk jure uxoris on 11 October 1551, in the same ceremony that elevated John Dudley to the Dukedom of Northumberland. Omissions?
He was also father of Lady Jane Grey, who was Queen of England for nine days, and he was executed for being her father.
The son of Thomas Grey, 2nd marquess of Dorset, he succeeded to the marquessate in 1530 and, in 1534, with the approval of King Henry VIII, married Frances Brandon, who would be the sole surviving heiress of the 1st duke of Suffolk in the Brandon line. En tant que chevalier du Bain, il porte l'épée du roi au couronnement d'Anne Boleyn, en 1533, à l'arrivée d'Anne de Clèves en 1540, et à la reddition de Boulogne en 1545. ), Volumes 1-4 FHL microfilm 164,680; volume 5 FHL mi., vol. In 1533, with the permission of King Henry VIII he married Lady Frances Brandon (1517–1559), the daughter of Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk by his wife Mary Tudor, the sister of King Henry VIII. After Henry VIII's death in 1547, Grey fell out of favour with the leader of King Edward VI's government, Edward Seymour, 1st Duke of Somerset and Lord Protector of England. Attributed to an unknown Flemish painter. Édouard meurt le 6 juillet 1553 et, trois jours après, Suffolk, Northumberland et les autres membres du Conseil privé proclament Jeanne reine. In July 1551 his wife's younger half-brother, Charles Brandon, 3rd Duke of Suffolk, died. He is credited with making Leicestershire one of the most reliably Protestant counties in early modern England. ♂ Henry Grey, 1st Duke of Suffolk birth: 17 January 1517 title: from -, Герцог Суффолк marriage : ♀ Frances Brandon death: 23 February 1554 ♂ Henry Fitzalan [S6] G.E. National Library of Wales manuscript number 4517. & W. Robins, 1847), FHL book Q 942.575 H2Li; FHL microfilms 990,261-99., vol. The Swiss reformer Heinrich Bullinger dedicated a book to him in 1551 and frequently corresponded with the family. & E.C. Arundel had been imprisoned earlier by Northumberland for having sided with the previous Protector, Somerset, but it is not clear why Pembroke revolted; especially since his son and heir, Henry Herbert, having married Henry Grey's other daughter, Catherine, the same day as Jane's wedding.
 This proclamation failed; not by a large-scale rallying of forces in the country to Henry VIII's eldest daughter, the future Queen Mary I, as is often thought, but by a wavering Privy Council switching its allegiance to Mary during Northumberland's absence on campaign against her. ?-1530) Below 16 Years (13), Thomas Lord Grey van Groby Markgraaf van Dorset, Margaretha Wotton, Catharina Fitz-Alan Stuart, Frances Brandon, Feb 23 1555 - Tower Hill, London, England, Jan 17 1517 - Dorset House, Westminster, England, Great Britain, Feb 23 1554 - Northumberland, England, Great Britain, Edward Grey, Mary Grey, Catherine Grey, Anne Grey, Leonard Grey, Thomas Grey, John Grey, Thomas Grey, John Grey, Elizabeth Grey, Thomas Grey, George Medley, Jan 17 1517 - Dorset House, Westminster, England, John Grey, Edward Grey, Mary Grey, Catherine Grey, Leonard Grey, Thomas Grey, Catherine Fitzalan, Frances Brandon (Grey), ...d) Grey, Daughter (Child) Grey, Jane (Lady)(9 Days Queen) Grey (DUDLEY), Catherine (Lady) Grey (HERBERT) (SEYMOUR), Mary (Lady) Grey (KEYES), Elizabeth Grey, Lady Catherine Grey, Lady Anne Grey, Margaret Wotton Marchioness of Dorset,Thomas Grey 2nd Marquess of Dorset, Lady Jane Grey, Lady Katherine Grey, Lady Mary Grey, Bradgate Park, Charwood Forest, Leicestershire, England, Bradgate Park, Charnwood Forest, Leicestershire, England, Chapel of St Peter ad Vincula, Tower Hill, London, England, People executed on order of English monarchs, Lady Jane Grey, Queen of England (disputed), Lady Catherine Grey, Countess of Hertford. The head was examined in the late 19th century by Sir George Scharf, former Keeper of the National Portrait Gallery, who noted a strong resemblance between its features and those in the portrait of the duke then in the possession of the Marquess of Salisbury at Hatfield. Grey joined the Council as a part of this group.
They had three daughters: Henry Grey became the 3rd Marquess of Dorset in 1530 following the death of his father. [S6] Cokayne, and others, The Complete Peerage, volume IV, page 419.
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Infoplease is part of the FEN Learning family of educational and reference sites for parents, teachers and students. He was the father of Lady Jane Grey, known as "the Nine Days' Queen". Très malade, et voyant sa fin proche, Édouard VI accepte la demande de Northumberland d'unir la fille de Suffolk, Jeanne au fils de Northumberland, Guilford Dudley, le 15 mai 1553. We've got you covered with our map collection.
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