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  1. John Grey: Birth: ABT 1396. Death: 14 SEP 1430

  2. Henry Grey: Birth: BEF 1405. Death: 17 JUL 1444

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Sources
1. Title:   The Complete Peerage
Page:   2:8d, 6:127, 12[2]:946
2. Title:   Plantagenet Ancestry, Douglas Richardson, 2004
Page:   222

Notes
a. Note:   BARONY OF GREY OF CODNOR
  IV.4. SIR RiCHARD (GREY), LORD GRFY (of Codnor), grandson and heir, being son ind heir of Sir Henry de GREY and Joan his wife. He was born in or before 1371. He was summoned to Parliament from 13 November 1393 to 3 September 1416, by writs directed Ricardo Grey de Codenore. On 29 January 1394/5 he was proceeding to Ireland on the King's service with 50 men and 60 horses, and had a grant of 80 marks a year for life. He was Admiral of the Fleet from the mouth of the Thames to the North 20 April 1401, in which year and in 1402 he was one of the commissioners to treat with France. On 13 October 1402 he was one of those appointed to treat with Owain Glyndwr for the ransom of Sir Reynold de Grey of Ruthin. He was nominated K.G. about 1404. In 1405 he was keeper of Brecknock Castle in Wales and of Horston Castle, co. Derby. He is named as the King's Chamberlain 7 August 1405 and with Sir Thomas Beaufort was deputy Constable and Marshal of England 12 August 1405. In October of the same year he was lieutenant at the town of Brecknock and in co. Hereford and the marches adjacent. On 27 January 1405/6 he had a grant of the lordships of Knighton, Cnwclas and Kevenlleece (Cefn-Llys) in Wales during minority of the son and heir of the Earl of March, and was recommended by Parliament for reward for services against the Welsh rebels, 1 March 1405/6. He was constable of Nottingham Castle and Master Forester of Sherwood 1 November 1406; deputy Marshal again 12 August 1407; and justice of South Wales 6 September 1407. In 1409 he had a grant of the fines and ransoms of certain Welsh rebels in consideration of his diligence in having resisted them. As King's Chamberlain he was granted, 4 May 1410, all fees payable in Chancery and belonging to the [Lord Great] Chamberlain from the death of the King's brother, the Earl of Somerset (1410), late Chamberlain of England, till the King should appoint another. On 10 February 1411/2 he was nominated to treat for a marriage of the Prince of Wales with Anne, daughter of the Duke of Burgundy, and on 5 August 1415 was one of those appointed to negotiate a truce with the Regent of Scotland, in which year he and Sir John de Neville were wardens of the East and West Marches, and were appointed (5 February 1415/6) to receive Henry (Percy), 2nd Earl of Northumberland, on his leaving Scotland prior to the restitution of his honours. On 13 October 1417 he was appointed Captain of the Castle of Argentan in Normandy. He married, before 1378, when she was aged 7, Elizabeth, younger daughter and coheir of Ralph (BASSET), LORD BASSET (of Sapcote), being only child by his 2nd wife, Alice, daughter of John DERBY. He died 1 August 1418, and was buried at Aylesford. His widow, as "Elizabeth that was the wyfe of Richard late lord Gray of Codnore," by a deed made at Stamford 7 April 1445, recited that she had enfeoffed John, late Duke of Somerset, and others (named) of all her Manors, &c., in cos. Northampton, Derby, Lincoln, and Leicester for the purposes of her will, and as touching the said manors made her last will, mentioning the expenses of carrying her body to Aylesford to be buried with her husband. On 24 August 1446, by another deed dated at Stamford, she gave further instructions with regard to her estates. [CP 6:127-9]



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