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Reginald Grey, 3rd Baron Grey de Ruthyn
In 1410 after a long dispute the younger Reginald won the right to bear the arms of the Hastings family. He enjoyed the favour both of Richard II and Henry IV, and his chief military exploits were against the Welsh, who took him prisoner in 1402 and only released him upon payment of a heavy ransom.
His eldest son, Sir John Grey, K.G. (d. 1439), who predeceased his father, fought at Agincourt and was deputy of Ireland in 1427. He was the father of Edmund Grey.
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