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Grey, John, second Lord Grey of Wiltonlocked

(d. 1323)
  • A. J. Musson

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Grey, John, second Lord Grey of Wilton (d. 1323), nobleman and administrator, was the son of Reynold, first Lord Grey, and his wife, Matilda. He was at least forty at his father's death in 1308 and inherited lands in Ruthin, Denbighshire, Wilton, Herefordshire...

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