Reginald de Grey
The seal shows barry of six with a label of five points
Reginald, usually known Reynaud, was the son of John and grandson of Henry.
He served in the campaigns against the Welsh, 1279-1283.
He was assistant to Prince Edward, Governor of England, while the king was in Aquitaine.
Fought at the battle of Falkirk, 1298.
He died in 1308
Reynaud de Grey appears in the following rolls:
The Falkirk Roll, H 62; The Camden Roll, D132 and St George's Roll, E46
In these rolls, he bears:
Barry of six argent and azure a label gules
The number of pendants on the label is not significant.
John de Grey, died 1272, bore the same arms in Glover's Roll, B 43.
Different members of the family had similar arms:
John de Grey, died 1323, in The Falkirk Rolls, H 38
Robert de Grey, died 1295, in St George's Roll, E 284
Barry of six argent and azure overall a bend gules
Richard de Grey, died 1271, the father of John who died soon after in 1272, bore the plain arms in Glover's Roll, B 42 and The Camden Roll, D 175
Barry of six argent and azure
John de Grey, died 1323, in The Caerlaverock Poem, K 62, The Galloway Roll, GA 104, and St George's Roll, E 141, bore
Barry of six argent and azure overall a bend indented gules
Whether the bend was engrailed or indented is not significant.
Adam de Grey, in St George's Roll, E 72, bore
Barry of six argent and azure in chief three torteaux