Talk:Henry Grey, 1st Duke of Suffolk

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OK, I'm just an ignorant Yank, but.... He was the first Duke of Suffolk, but married the daughter of the Duke of Suffolk?? The Brits eat cold toast, drink warm beer, and drive on the wrong side of the street; do they also marry their own daughters? Too Old 03:01, 2005 May 15 (UTC)

See my reply at Talk:Lady Frances Brandon.

Wrong lead picture[edit]

The lead picture is not Henry Grey, but Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester. Compare the National Portrait Gallery's versions: [1] and [2].

"jure uxoris"[edit]

The Brandon dukedom of Suffolk became extinct in 1551 and he was related to them through his wife, yes. Well, jure uxoris usually means that the wife actually holds the title. So why was he (as the article says) created Duek of Suffolk jure uxoris?-- (talk) 01:41, 19 February 2016 (UTC)