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... the remainder of the Catholic Queen Mary's reign, only returning in 1559 to the countess's elaborate manor house of Grimsthorpe in Lincolnshire after the accession of Queen Elizabeth, Susan being five years of age ... marriage as "Master Grey", Susan's husband was restored as Earl of Kent by 28 March 1572, and Susan became Countess of Kent ... Because the Earl and Countess of Kent had been childless, however, the heir to the earldom was the earl's thirty-three-year-old younger brother, styled until then Henry Lord Grey of Ruthin ...
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