BARONY OF GREY OF WILTON (III)
HENRY (DE GREY), LORD GREY (of Wilton), son and heir, born 28 October 1281 or 1282. On 23 July 1324 the King took his homage and fealty, and he had livery of his father's lands. He was in Scotland with the King in 1322. In August he was staying in Gascony on the King's service: he accompanied the King to the North in June 1327, and was about to go beyond seas In April 1331. He was summoned for Military Service from 24 July 1322 to 27 March 1335, to Councils from 30 December 1324 to 20 November 1342, and to Parliament from 10 October 1325 to 3 March 1340/1, by writs directed Henrico de Grey. On 10 July 1337 he had licence to convey the castle and manor of Wilton, the manors of Purleigh, Easton Grey, Eaton, and Waterhall, co. Bucks, &c., to himself for life, with remainder to Reynold his son, in fee. On the same day, on account of his infirmity, he had exemption from serving the King in war, and from attendance at Parliaments or Councils.
He married (it is said) Anne, daughter and heir of Ralph DE ROCKLEY, by Isabel, daughter of William DE CLARE. He died 10 or 16 December 1342, aged 60 or 61. [Complete Peerage VI:175, (transcribed by Dave Utzinger)]