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Henry Grey, 6th Earl of Kent

Henry Grey, 6th Earl of Kent (1541 – 31 January 1615), was an English peer.

He was a son of Henry Grey (1520–1545) and Margaret St. John and grandson of Henry Grey, 4th Earl of Kent.

He was a younger brother of Reginald Grey, 5th Earl of Kent and an older brother of Charles Grey, 7th Earl of Kent.

He was married to Mary Cotton, daughter of Sir George Cotton and Mary Onley. There were no known children from this marriage.

He served as Lord Lieutenant of Bedfordshire from 1586 to his death.


External links

  • A Grey family pedigree
Political offices
Preceded by
Lord Lieutenant of Bedfordshire
Succeeded by
The Earl of Kent
Peerage of England
Preceded by
Reginald Grey
Earl of Kent
Succeeded by
Charles Grey
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