Henry Grey, 4th (7th) Baron Grey of Codnor (1435–1496) was an English nobleman. Having initially supported the House of Lancaster he later gave his allegiance to Edward IV. Despite a record of controversy and feuding he seems to have enjoyed the confidence of the King, who appointed him Lord Deputy of Ireland, an office in which he was not a success. He retained the favour of both Richard III and Henry VII, both of whom made him grants of land.

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