Gregory

Gregory, the name of 16 Popes: G. I., the Great, Pope from 590 to 604; G. II., St., Pope from 715 to 731; G. III., Pope from 731 to 741; G. IV., Pope from 827 to 844; G. V., Pope from 996 to 997; G. VI., Pope from 1045 to 1046; G. VII., Pope from 1073 to 1085; G. VIII., Pope in 1187; G. IX., Pope from 1227 to 1241; G. X., Pope from 1271 to 1276; G. XI, Pope from 1370 to 1378; G. XII., Pope from 1406 to 1415; G. XIII., Pope from 1572 to 1585; G. XIV., Pope from 1590 to 1591; G. XV., Pope from 1621 to 1623; G. XVI., Pope from 1831 1846. Of these the following are worthy of note:—

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Gregorian Year * Gregory I., the Great
Greenland
Greenock
Greenough, Horatio
Greenwich
Greenwich Hospital
Greenwood, Frederick
Greg, William Rathbone
Grégoire, Henri
Gregorian Calendar
Gregorian Year
Gregory
Gregory I., the Great
Gregory II., St.
Gregory III.
Gregory VII., Hildebrand
Gregory IX., Ugolino
Gregory XIII.
Gregory XVI.
Gregory Nazianzen, St.
Gregory of Nyssa, St.
Gregory of Tours, St.

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