iii) REYNOLD de Grey of Ruthin, Denbighshire, and Wilton, Herefordshire (-5 Apr 1308). , Ralph de Neville, 1st Earl of Westmorland, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Henry_Grey,_4th_(7th)_Baron_Grey_of_Codnor&oldid=980424343, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 26 September 2020, at 13:15. Richard Grey, 4th Baron Grey of Codnor d.1418 Knight of the Gartor 1404 from: Wikipedia List of Knights of the Garter The 1989 termination of the 1496 abeyance held that the barony be dated 1397, as there was evidence the 4th Baron sat in Parliament. ii) EMMA de Grey . son . Bracton records a claim, dated 1229, which involved "Johannem de Segraue et Emmam uxorem eius filiam et heredem…Rogeri de Cauz". As Grey had no legitimate heir, the barony fell into abeyance between his father's three sisters.
1. He was one of three commanders appointed by Edward I of England in his 1282 campaign against Llywelyn ap Gruffudd, the rebellious Prince of Wales.  Before 1201 he was also granted the Manor of Codnor, Derbyshire, and in 1216 was also granted by King Henry III of England the Manor of Grimston in Nottinghamshire. Katherine died in 1521. He had two natural sons, Richard and Henry, for whom he made generous provision in his will.
He was summoned to Parliament whereby he is held to have become Lord Grey (of Wilton). The commission does not seem to have reached a verdict, and the following year Grey and the Vernons were made to swear oaths not to intimidate the jurors appointed to investigate the matter. unknown de Grey, father of Eve de Grey who married Walter Beke of Eresby Lincolnshire and was ancestor of the Barons Willoughby de Eresby - FALSE, s/he was a brother or, Father John de Grey b. c 1160, d. a 1198, Sir Richard de Grey, Governor of the Channel Isles, Seneschal of Gascony & Poitou, Constable of Devises, Dover, & Kenilworth Castles+ b. b 1200, d. 1250, Sir John de Grey, Sheriff of Buckingham & Bedford+ b. c 1202, d. c 18 Mar 1266, Walter Grey, Archbishop of York b. c 1208, d. 1 May 1255. m LUCY, daughter of ---. the maintenance of a private army. Doubleday, Geoffrey H. White, Duncan Warrand and Lord Howard de Walden, editors, The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom, Extant, Extinct or Dormant, new ed., 13 volumes in 14 (1910-1959; reprint in 6 volumes, Gloucester, U.K.: Alan Sutton Publishing, 2000), volume II, p. 89, Your Thurrock https://play.google.com/books/reader?id=aB0IAAAAQAAJ&printsec=frontcover&output=reader&authuser=0&hl=en&pg=GBS.PA230. Walter de Grey, Archbishop of York 1216-1255 - FALSE, he was the son of *Hawise* de Grey, q.v. - see below. Having initially supported the House of Lancaster during the Wars of the Roses , he later gave his allegiance to the victorious King Edward IV. Furthermore, through marriage Sir Henry's descendants in the female line exist in all ranks of the British aristocracy, and are countless but include the Barons Audley, Barons Revelstoke, Barons Northbrook, Barons Howick, Barons Dacre, Barons Willoughby de Eresby, Earl of Lindsey, the Earls of Malmesbury, Earls of Westmoreland, Earls of Essex, Earls of Durham, Earls of Cromer, Earls of Elgin, Earls of Bridgewater, the Earls of Ashburnham, the Marquesses of Lindsey and the Dukes of Somerset and Ancaster, amongst many others. Cokayne; with Vicary Gibbs, H.A. m JOAN, daughter of ---. Robert & his first wife had one child: (1) JOAN de Grey (Rotherfield  Jul 1386-20 Nov 1408). To commemorate this connection, on 11 June 2013 (the 808th anniversary of the charter), a green Thurrock heritage plaque was unveiled to de Grey. Codnor, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom, Thurrock Grey, Essex, England (United Kingdom), Sir John de Grey, Chief Justice of Chester, Sheriff of Herefordshire, https://play.google.com/books/reader?id=aB0IAAAAQAAJ&printsec=frontcover&output=reader&authuser=0&hl=en&pg=GBS.PA230, http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p503.htm#i15098, http://www.thepeerage.com/p12940.htm#i129398, http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/GREY1.htm#Henry, Birth of Henry de Grey, Baron Grey of Codnor. William & his wife had children: i) RICHARD de Grey of Sandiacre (-1298). , Grey's record of law-breaking was one of the reasons for the passage of an Act of Parliament in 1468, declaring illegal the practice of retaining, i.e. This source suggests that Isolda de Grey was the daughter of the second sister of Robert Bardulf, and co-heir of her uncle. Hugh’s children would presumably therefore have been born in [1160/80]. JOHN de Grey of Rotherfield, son of ROBERT de Grey of Rotherfield & his wife Joan --- (-1311). If that date range is correct, the date of Isolda’s second marriage, and also the chronology of the Grey family, suggest that Isolda was more probably Hugh’s granddaughter than his daughter. mar. Henry & his wife had children: This reconstruction is somewhat speculative, based on the tradition that Henry de Grey of Codnor's father was a Richard de Grey. 1. In this connection, Sir John was the ancestor of the Viscounts Lisle, the Grey Marquesses of Dorset and of Lady Jane Grey. She married secondly (before 1235) Reginald de Meaudre. Reynold & his wife had children: (1) JOHN de Grey of Wilton ([1267/68]-28 Oct 1323). “Jord Foliot Isold de Gray et Rad Paynel” swore homage for the lands of “Robti Bardulf avunculi sui”, and accepted security from “Robto Lupo loco Matild Bardulf matris sue que est una herederum predicti Roberti”, dated 1 Jul 1225. Having initially supported the House of Lancaster during the Wars of the Roses, he later gave his allegiance to the victorious King Edward IV. In 1461 he fought for Henry VI at the Second Battle of St. Albans; but after the Yorkist victory at the Battle of Towton he was rapidly pardoned, as a part of Edward IV's effort to secure widespread support among the nobility. HM George I's 16-Great Grandfather. William de Grey, Bishop of Ely (d. 1478) died. Walter de Grey, Archbishop of York 1216-1255 - FALSE, he was the son of *Hawise* de Grey, q.v. Another possibility is that the wife of Henry de Grey was Robert’s sister and that “Isold de Gray” who is named in the 1 Jul 1225 source was the couple’s daughter. PM Churchill's 20-Great Grandfather. Lord Grey (of Rotherfield). Husband of Elizabeth Grey 1216 Av kong Henry III av England fikk han innvilget å kjøpe Manor Grimston i Nottingham.  Grey however faced the united opposition of the Anglo-Irish ruling class. It is from Sir John's descendants the Greys of Wilton that Gray's Inn takes its name. Poss. Henry startet konstruksjonen av den ny og sterkere stein borg som skulle bli sete til etterkommerne i ca 300 år.
G.E. Unable to impose his authority, Grey left Ireland the following year, thus leaving the way open for Kildare to become all-powerful in his generation: he was later called "the uncrowned King of Ireland".. WALTER de Grey . m (before 17 Feb 1401) JOHN Deincourt Lord Deincourt, son of WILLIAM Deincourt Lord Deincourt & his wife Alice Neville (Middleham, Yorkshire 28 Feb 1382-11 May 1406). m firstly EMMA de Glanville, daughter of GEOFFREY de Glanville & his wife ---.  Despite a record of conflict with other members of the nobility, he enjoyed the confidence of the King, who appointed him Lord Deputy of Ireland, an office in which he was a notable failure. c) WILLIAM de Grey of Sandiacre . Poss. http://www.codnorcastle.co.uk/history.html, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_de_Grey. After Grey's death, Katherine, who received substantial lands under his will, quickly remarried Edward IV's nephew William de la Pole. Hugh’s children would presumably therefore have been born in [1160/80]. of Sir Thomas Strangways, by his wife Lady Katharine Nevill, 1st dau. She married thirdly (before 24 Oct 1388) John de Clinton, Lord Clinton. 17 Jul 1444. suc. The birth date of Hugh [I] Bardolf (father of Robert Bardolf) is estimated to before 1135 (see above).
Although proceedings were taken against him in the Court of King's Bench, there is no record of a conviction, and little serious effort was made to enforce the Act.. HENRY de Grey of Grays Thurrock, Essex (-1219). Thomas Stapleton, in his "Observations on the Great Rolls of the Exchequer of Normandy", records that in 1246 “Richard de Gray son and heir of Isolda de Gray” swore homage to King Henry III, but he does not cite the source reference.  He was only nine when his father died.
m as her first husband, ISOLDA, daughter of --- (-after 1 Jul 1225). Having initially supported the House of Lancaster during the Wars of the Roses, he later gave his allegiance to the victorious King Edward IV. There are contrary indications concerning the parentage of Isolda. m MAUD, daughter of ---. On balance, it appears more likely that Isolda was Robert Bardolf’s niece, although if that is correct there is no indication of her father’s family. However, in that case, it is unclear why Isolda’s son Richard would not have been named as the Grey representative of the heirs who are named in 1 Jul 1225. After her first husband's death Margaret remarried Sir Richard de Vere, younger son of John de Vere, 12th Earl of Oxford, and died in 1464. Baron Grey of Codnor (1397) Medieval Barons Grey of Codnor (1299) The following have been historically referred to as holders of this Grey title. Sir Richard de Grey of Codnor Derbyshire, ancestor of the Barons Grey of Codnor Sir John de Grey of Shirland Derbyshire, ancestor of the Barons Grey of Wilton and Barons Grey of Ruthyn, and through the Ruthyn Greys he was ancestor of John Grey of Groby, the first husband of Elizabeth Woodville, who later married Edward IV. m secondly as her second husband, ELIZABETH de la Plaunche, widow of JOHN de Bermingham, daughter of WILLIAM de la Plainche of Haversham, Buckinghamshire & his wife Elizabeth Hillary (-1423). Reginald de Grey, 1st Baron Grey de Wilton (c. 1240-1308) was the son of Sir John de Grey and the namesake of one of the four Inns of Court.The property upon which Gray's Inn sits was once Portpoole Manor held by Reginald de Grey. iii) MAUD de Grey . Richard & his wife had children: (i) WILLIAM de Grey of Sandiacre . The birth date of Hugh [I] Bardolf (father of Robert Bardolf) is estimated to before 1135 (see above). [S125] Richard Glanville-Brown, online