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Grey, Roger, first Lord Grey of Ruthinlocked

(c. 1300–1353)
  • R. Ian Jack


Grey, Roger, first Lord Grey of Ruthin (c. 1300–1353), landowner and soldier, was the younger son of John Grey, second Lord Grey of Wilton, and the only son of his father's second marriage, to Maud, daughter of Sir Ralph Basset of Drayton. Roger...

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