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Roger De Grey - The Royal Academy
... In 1962, Roger de Grey was elected A.R.A ... De Grey became Casson's successor when The Royal Academy elected him President in 1984 ... Roger de Grey was elected Senior RA in October 1993, the year he stepped down from being President ...
Somerton, Oxfordshire - Manor - The De Greys and Their Heirs
... In 1245 Walter de Grey, Archbishop of York, granted one of the halves to his nephew, also called Walter de Grey ... The de Grey manor house seems to have been on low-lying land near the Cherwell ... The manor was passed down through the de Grey family, and then to their descendants the Deincourts and then the Lovells of Minster Lovell ...
Sir John De Grey
... Sir John de Grey (died 1266) was an English soldier and High Sheriff ... John was the second son of Henry de Grey of Grays Thurrock in Essex ... Shirland in Derbyshire, married three times and his son, by his second wife, was Reginald de Grey, 1st Baron Grey de Wilton ...
De Grey, Western Australia
... De Grey is a locality in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, around 75 km east of Port Hedland ... Also within the locality is the De Grey homestead, and the De Grey River ...
Glyndŵr Rising - Background - The Dispute Between Owain Glyndŵr and De Grey
... Successive holders of the title Baron Grey de Ruthyn of Dyffryn Clwyd were English landowners in Wales with a reputation for being anti-Welsh ... Reginald Grey, 3rd Baron Grey de Ruthyn — a good friend of the new king — used his influence to have that decision overturned ... Furthermore, de Grey deliberately withheld a Royal Summons for Glyndŵr to join the new King’s Scottish campaign ...

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