ANTHONY GREY, 1st son and heir apparent. He was knighted in the Tower on the eve of the Queen's Coronation, Ascension Day, 1465. As Anthony Grey of Ruthyn, knight. he was named in a commission of array with his father in Bucks, Beds, co. Cambridge and Northants, 29 October 1469 and 14 February 1469/70, and was on similar commissions 11 May 1471 and 7 March 1471/2. He was a justice of the Peace in Beds 1469-76 and in 1479, and in Northants 1469-1476/7, and 1477 and May 1480. On 3 June 1470 he had a grant of 100 marks yearly from the customs in Devon and Cornwall. On 3 July 1471 he was present in the Parliament Chamber at Westminster and swore to accept Edward, Prince of Wales as heir to the Crown. As Antony Grey knight, lord of Gray Ruthin, the King's kinsman, he had a grant of Wrestlingworth and other manors 28 April 1474. On 8 May 1475 he was about to go across the seas. On 13 August 1475 he was a witness of the treaty between Edward IV and Louis XI near Péronne.
Father: Edmund 4th Baron GREY , 1st Earl of Kent, Sir b: 26 OCT 1416 in Ruthin, Denbighshire, Wales
Mother: Katherine PERCY b: 28 MAY 1423 in Leckenfield, Beveryley, Yorkshire East Riding, England
Marriage 1 Joan WYDEVILLE b: ABT 1449 in Grafton Regis, Northamptonshire, England