Groby

Groby (pronounced "groo-bee") listen is a large English village in the county of Leicestershire, to the north west of the city of Leicester. The population at the time of the 2001 census was 7,301.

Read more about Groby:  Description, History, Shopping, Education, Industry, Groby Pool, Local Villages and Towns, Field Head

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Groby Old Hall - Groby Hall in Art and Culture
... published in 1925 (and dramatized for television by the BBC/HBO) in 2012 is named Groby Hall ... "They say,' the boy said, 'that the well at Groby is three hundred and twenty feet deep, and the cedar at the corner of the house a hundred and sixty ... founded and legitimated by Sir John Grey of Groby's widow Elizabeth Woodville as dowager Queen mother-in-law to the illegitimate Earl of Richmond's eldest ...
Groby - Field Head
... Groby Parish also includes most of the settlement of Field Head. ...
John Grey Of Groby - Titles
... of Elizabeth Ferrers, 6th Baroness Ferrers of Groby (1419–1483) and of Sir Edward Grey (c ... His father was summoned to parliament as Baron Ferrers of Groby in right of his wife ... of Grey's father his stepfather, John Bourchier, assumed his wife's title, Baron Ferrers of Groby ...
Baron Ferrers Of Groby - Barons Ferrers of Groby (1300)
... William Ferrers, 1st Baron Ferrers of Groby (1272–1325) Henry Ferrers, 2nd Baron Ferrers of Groby (1303–1343) William Ferrers, 3rd Baron Ferrers of ... to attend in their own right) John Bourchier, Baron Ferrers of Groby (died 1495), second husband of the 6th Baroness, also held the title in right of his wife from 1462 to her death in 1483 Thomas ...
John Grey Of Groby - Groby
... Groby Groby Old Hall Groby Castle Bradgate House ... Grey began its construction ...