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Vera Campbell-Capriotti

MARGARET WOTTON (1487-1541) Her second husband was Thomas Grey, Second Marquis of Dorset, (June 22, 1477-October 10, 1530). As marchioness of Dorset, Margaret accompanied Mary Tudor to France in 1514, and was one of Elizabeth Tudor's godmothers.

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