Pretty cool that map coordinates in either birth or death place datafield will take you to a Google map showing that specific location. But it looks weird.
A 2015 G2G discussion included a comment from Chris Whitten that indicated a separate map coordinate datafield was on the to-do list, but in the meantime, map coordinates should not be included in the place datafields...if I read that correctly (see [his comment in that discussion]).
So... currently the profile has the map coordinates in the death place datafield (but it shouldn't have?). Then I realized there was no support for where he died in the biography, so I added a Research Note to that effect... with the coordinates linked to the map that opened from the map dot by the profile's death place:
Having the link in the text is not as immediately obvious/convenient as when the map coordinates are in the datafield, but it works ok.
Setting aside that there's no source given for where John Grey died, is it ok to have map coordinates in the datafield or not?
If not, before moving the coordinates to text, you can click the map dot & then copy that URL into the text with the coordinates for current use/future reference.
update - death in France is sourced.. I had searched for "France" with no result & a quick scan missed the entry. I've moved the URL with the map coordinates to be a footnote there: d. 21 Mar 1421 Battle of Baugé, Baugé, FR