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  1. Charles Grey, 1st Earl Grey, KB, PC (circa 23 October 1729 – 14 November 1807) was a British Army general in the 18th century and a scion of the noble House of Grey. He was a distinguished soldier in a generation of exceptionally capable military personnel, serving crucially in the Seven Years' War (1756–1763), the American ...

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  2. 8 de mar. de 2024 · Charles Grey, 1st Earl Grey (born 1729, Howick, Northumberland, Eng.—died Nov. 14, 1807, Howick) was a British general in the American Revolution who commanded in victories in several battles, notably against the American general Anthony Wayne and at the Battle of Germantown (1777–78).

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  3. Charles Grey, 1st Earl Grey, later Baron Grey De Howick (1730-1795) was a British fighter. He fought in the American Revolutionary War.

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  4. 1 de mai. de 2022 · Charles Grey, 1st Earl Grey, KB PC (23 October 1729 – 14 November 1807) was one of the most important British generals of the 18th century. He was the fourth son of Sir Henry Grey, 1st Baronet, of Howick in Northumberland. Charles received a commission as an ensign in 1748.

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Earl_GreyEarl Grey - Wikipedia

    First holder: Charles Grey, 1st Baron Grey: Present holder: Philip Grey, 7th Earl Grey: Heir apparent: Alexander Grey, Viscount Howick: Remainder to: the 1st Earl's heirs male of the body lawfully begotten: Subsidiary titles: Viscount Howick Baron Grey of Howick: Status: Extant: Former seat(s) Howick Hall Fallodon Hall: Motto: De bon vouloir ...

  6. Charles Grey, 1st Earl Grey, was a British Army general in the 18th century and a scion of the noble House of Grey. He was a distinguished soldier in a generation of exceptionally capable military personnel, serving crucially in the Seven Years' War (1756–1763), the American Revolutionary War and the French Revolutionary Wars.

  7. The English statesman Charles Grey, 2d Earl Grey (1764-1845), served as prime minister from 1830 to 1834. He is best known for securing the passage of the Reform Bill of 1832. Charles Grey was born at Fallodon, Northumberland, on March 13, 1764, the son of Col. Charles Grey (later, 1st Earl Grey) and heir to his father's elder brother, Sir ...