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  1. Thomas Grey, 1st Marquess of Dorset, 1st Earl of Huntingdon, 7th Baron Ferrers of Groby, KG (1455 – 20 September 1501) was an English nobleman, courtier and the eldest son of Elizabeth Woodville and her first husband Sir John Grey of Groby.

  2. Thomas Grey, 2nd Marquess of Dorset KG KB PC (22 June 1477 – 10 October 1530) was an English peer, courtier, soldier and landowner of the House of Grey.

  3. Thomas Grey, 2nd Marquess of Dorset (1477–1530), a son of the 1st Marquess. Henry Grey, 3rd Marquess of Dorset, 1st Duke of Suffolk (1517–1554), eldest son of the 2nd Marquess, was created Duke of Suffolk in 1551. He was found guilty of treason, attainted and all of his honours forfeit in 1554.

  4. Despite being the son of a Lancastrian, Thomas was just old enough to join Edward IV at Tewkesbury (May 1471) in his last major battle against the Lancastrians and found himself on the winning side. His rise through the aristocracy was meteoric and by the age of twenty he was a Marquess and a member of the King’s Council.

  5. Thomas Grey, Marquess of Dorset, appears as a minor character in Richard III as a loyal supporter to Edward IV and the House of York. When the Duke of Gloucester has Dorset's brothers and uncle killed, Dorset flees to Brittany where he joins forces with the Earl of Richmond, the man who will ultimately depose the tyrant king.

  6. 6 de dez. de 2022 · Thomas Grey, 1st Marquess of Dorset, 1st Earl of Huntingdon and 7th Baron Ferrers of Groby, was the son of: Elizabeth Woodville, and her first husband, Sir John Grey (b. c. 1432 - d. 17 Feb 1461). His mother remarried to Edward IV, King of England. He was born circa 1455 at Groby, Leicestershire.

  7. Thomas Grey, 2nd Marquess Of Dorset (1477-1530), the eldest son of the 1st marquess, fled to Brittany with his father in 1484; after receiving several marks of the royal favour and succeeding to the title, he was imprisoned by Henry VII., and remained in prison until 1509.