Hugh FORTESCUE of Cookhill (private). Parents: John FORTESCUE and Theodosia BRAUNE.

Hugh FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Martin FORTESCUE of Hatherley & Iddesley and Jane GOVE of Idsley.

Spouse: Lettice WICHALSE of Barnstaple. Children were: Thomas FORTESCUE, Martin FORTESCUE, John FORTESCUE.

Hugh FORTESCUE Rector of Filleigh (private). Parents: Joseph FORTESCUE and Joanna GAY of Barnstaple.

Spouse: Catherine HOUNDLE of Barnstaple.

Hugh FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Sir Faithful FORTESCUE.

Hugh FORTESCUE (private).

Spouse: Katherine HOUNDLE.

Earl Clinton, Lord Fortescue Hugh FORTESCUE17,99 was christened on 2 June 1665 in Mevagissey, Cornwall.151 Parish Register He signed a will on 15 June 1714. He died on 25 November 1719.26 Hugh had his estate probated on 16 February 1720 in P.C.C (Shaller 30). Hugh Fortescue of Filleigh was M.P. from 1689 to 1708, representing Tregony, Grampound and Truro, then Tregony and finally St Michael's, all Cornwall. Earl of Clinton, Ist Lord Fortescue

Parents: Arthur FORTESCUE of Penwarne and Barbara ELFORD of Sheepstor.

Spouse: UNKNOWN. Children were: Bridget FORTESCUE.

Spouse: Bridget BOSCAWEN. Bridget BOSCAWEN and Earl Clinton, Lord Fortescue Hugh FORTESCUE were married on 19 October 1692. They were cousins. Only daughter and heir. Children were: Margaret FORTESCUE, Lord Hugh FORTESCUE 1st Baron Fortescue, Bridget FORTESCUE, Arthur FORTESCUE, Boscawen FORTESCUE, Robert FORTESCUE, William FORTESCUE, Arthur FORTESCUE, Theophilus FORTESCUE MP for Barnstaple.

Spouse: Lucy AYLMER. Lucy AYLMER and Earl Clinton, Lord Fortescue Hugh FORTESCUE were married before June 1714.26 Children were: 2nd Baron Fortescue Matthew FORTESCUE, Lucy FORTESCUE.

Hugh FORTESCUE of Wear-Gifford53 was born in 1544. He died on 1 August 1600. He was buried on 2 August 1600 in Wear Giffard, Devon. Hugh and Elizabeth have a monument in their memory in Wear-Gifford church, erected by their grandson Hugh. Hugh did likewise for his parents John and Mary (or Maria). Parents: Richard FORTESCUE of Filleigh and Joan MORETON of Kent.

Spouse: Elizabeth CHICHESTER. Elizabeth CHICHESTER and Hugh FORTESCUE of Wear-Gifford were married. Children were: John FORTESCUE of Filleigh, Hugh FORTESCUE, Mary FORTESCUE of Wear Gifford, Joan FORTESCUE, Rebecca FORTESCUE of Wear Gifford, Cecily FORTESCUE, Sarah FORTESCUE of Wear Gifford.

Hugh FORTESCUE53,63 was born about 1584. He was baptized in June 1584 in Wear Giffard, Devon. IGI has it as 7 Jun 1585 He died in 1650. Hugh signed a will on 22 July 1650. He was buried on 30 July 1650 in Lamerton, Devon. He had his estate probated on 26 November 1650 in P.C.C. (Pembroke 176). Died without issue Parents: Hugh FORTESCUE of Wear-Gifford and Elizabeth CHICHESTER.

Spouse: Elizabeth COFFIN of Portledge. Elizabeth COFFIN of Portledge and Hugh FORTESCUE were married on 31 March 1623 in Alwington, Gloucs.

Hugh FORTESCUE of Wear-Gifford53 was born in 1592. He was baptized on 14 January 1592/3 in Wear Giffard, Devon. He signed a will on 5 November 1650. Hugh died in 1661. He had his estate probated on 16 July 1663 in P.C.C. (Juxon 8). Parents: John FORTESCUE of Filleigh and Mary SPECCOT of Thornbury.

Spouse: Mary ROLLE of Heaton Sackville. Mary ROLLE of Heaton Sackville and Hugh FORTESCUE of Wear-Gifford were married on 2 February 1612 in Petrockstowe, Devon. Children were: Elizabeth FORTESCUE of Wear-Gifford, Colonel Robert FORTESCUE of Wear Gifford, Joanna FORTESCUE, Joanna (Johanna) FORTESCUE, Hugh FORTESCUE, Arthur FORTESCUE of Penwarne, John FORTESCUE, Mary FORTESCUE, Margaret FORTESCUE, Joseph FORTESCUE, Edmund FORTESCUE of Wear-Gifford, Samuel FORTESCUE of Cleeve in Wear-Gifford.

Hugh FORTESCUE53 was born in 1621. He was baptized on 22 May 1621 in Petrockstowe, Devon.100 Baptisms at Petrockstowe gives Hugh's baptism as May 22 1621 .so date of birth altered from 1623. From Clermont "Hugh, fifth son of Hugh of Wear-Gifford had a son, John, who lived in Knolleshill in Essex, and this John also had a son named John, who appears to be the end of that line"

Parents: Hugh FORTESCUE of Wear-Gifford and Mary ROLLE of Heaton Sackville.

Children were: John FORTESCUE of Knolleshill in Essex.

Lord Hugh FORTESCUE 1st Baron Fortescue17 was born in 1695. He died on 3 May 1751. Named in his father's will.

Created 1st Baron Fortescue of Castle Hill ( 5 th July 1749 ) with special remainder to his half brother (Matthew). Called to Parliament as 1st and last Earl Clinton. called to Parliament as 15 Mar 1720/21 as 14th Lord (Baron) Clinton a title he inherited from his maternal grandmother. Made Knight of the Bath in 1725 (Burke's).

Changed the residence name from Filleigh to Castle Hill. Parents: Earl Clinton, Lord Fortescue Hugh FORTESCUE and Bridget BOSCAWEN.

1st Earl Fortescue Hugh FORTESCUE152 was born on 12 March 1753. He died on 22 June 1841. Hugh, born on 12th March 1753, succeeded his father in titles and estates.

He was M.P. for Beaumaris in 1784 but in 1785, his father's death took him to the House of Peers. He was for some years Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum of Devon.

On 15th August 1789 he was promoted to the Peerage, being created Viscount Ebrington of Ebrington, Gloucestershire.

He died at Castle Hill on 22nd June 1841, aged 88.

Parents: 2nd Baron Fortescue Matthew FORTESCUE and Anne CAMPBELL of Stackpool Court, Pembrokeshire.

Spouse: Hester GRENVILLE. Hester GRENVILLE and 1st Earl Fortescue Hugh FORTESCUE obtained a marriage license on 4 May 1782. They were married on 10 May 1782 in St James, Westminster, London. Children were: 2nd Earl Fortescue Hugh FORTESCUE, Hester FORTESCUE of Castle Hill, Catherine FORTESCUE of Castle Hill, Anne FORTESCUE of Castle Hill, John FORTESCUE M.A. of Castle Hill, George Matthew FORTESCUE of Boconnoc and Dropmore, Lady Mary FORTESCUE of Castle Hill, Eleanor FORTESCUE of Castle Hill, Lady Elizabeth FORTESCUE of Castle Hill.

2nd Earl Fortescue Hugh FORTESCUE69 was born on 13 February 1783 in Pall Mall, St James, Westminster, London. He was baptized on 13 February 1783. Baptised same day as birth He died on 14 September 1861 in Exeter, Devon. Hugh, born 13th February 1783, succeeded his father Hugh, becoming Viscount Ebrington and the 2nd Earl Fortescue. He was educated at Eton and Brasenose College, Oxford. On 4th July 1817 he married his first wife, Lady Susan Ryder, daughter of the 1st Earl of Harrowby. They had issue, but she died on 30th July 1827. In 1841 he married again, Elizabeth, daughter of P Geale and widow of Sir W Somerville Bart.; they had no issue. Hugh died at Exeter on 14th September 1861, aged 78. He was generally held in high esteem.

In 1804 he was first returned to House of Commons as M.P. for Barnstaple. From 1820 to 1831 he sat for Tavistock and in 1831 he was chosen Knight of the Shire for North Devon. He served in this role until he became Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, when he went to the House of Lords as Lord Fortescue. He was Lord Lieutenant until Sir Robert Peel's accession in 1841.

In 1809, by some jobbery obtained a military commission, he set out to join the staff of Sir Arthur Wellesey; for though not a soldier he seems to have longed to see active service. Arriving at Gibralter on the eve of the campaign of Talavera, he was at a loss to know how to join the British Army; when the Spanish General, Venegas, very politely offered to escort him to it with his own army. Unfortunately Venegas failed to obey his orders, which, if faithfully followed, might have changed the fortunes of the campaign. Wellesley after fighting the Battle of Talavera ( July 26, 1809 ) retreated into Portugal; and after much unprofitable pottering Venegas was on August 11th hopelessly beaten at the battle of Almoncid. Thus, to the regret of at least one of his grandsons ( Seymour ), Lord Ebrington never joined Sir Arthur Wellesley's army for the vacancy on the Staff was meanwhile filled up.

In 1823 he published a Memorandum of Two Conversations he had with the Emperor Napoleon at Porto Ferrajo on the 6th and 8th of December 1814.

Lord Ebrington first attracted notice in the Commons by his protest against the infliction of the sentence of the pillory upon the famous Lord Cochrane. Napoleon, as shall be seen, was aware of the incident or, as is more probable, had been informed of it for the occasion. Later Lord Ebrington became prominent in the Reform Movement of 1830 and was selected by McCauley himself as leader of the independent Reformers in the Commons in September 1831, when the Ministry threatened to resign in consequence of its defeat in the Lords. In another letter McCauley speaks of the effect which he had seen produced in the House "by very rude (unpolished) sentences stammered by such as Lord Althorp and Lord Ebrington".
But Lord Ebrington had no gift of speech and played his part in life in silence.
He could govern, however, and he and his father between them held the lieutenancy of Devon, when a lieutenancy was no sinecure, for some seventy years. Once, in the troublesome years which followed after Waterloo, he rode out alone with a single groom to face a mob of rioters, and in kindly and sympathetic language (for they knew their distress) exhorted them to disperse. While he was talking a ring-leader laid hold of his leg and tried to unhorse him. Lord Ebrington, without interrupting his address for a moment, laid his hand on his assailant's shoulder sent the man flying by quietly passaging his horse, and prevailed on the poor starving men peaceably to their homes.

These little incidents are related merely to show that Napoleon's interlocutor was a person of considerable force of character. He was a man, and Napoleon knew a man when met one. But Napoleon's extreme urbanity is probably to be accounted for by the fact that Lord Ebrington was son of a Grenville, and that his mother's brother William, Lord Grenville, was one of Napoleon's most resolute opponents, whom it would be a great advantage to him to conciliate. Be that as it may, the two men met and got on very well together. Lord Ebrington left with his family a verbal tradition of the extraordinary charm of the Napoleon's smile.

In May 1841 Hugh, the first Earl, died and Lord Ebrington became the 2nd Earl Fortescue. From 1846 to 50 he was Lord Steward of the Queen's Household. He was also a Knight of the Garter, Lord Lieutenant and Vice-Admiral of Devon, and Colonel of 1st Devon Militia.

Parents: 1st Earl Fortescue Hugh FORTESCUE and Hester GRENVILLE.

Spouse: Susan RYDER. Susan RYDER and 2nd Earl Fortescue Hugh FORTESCUE obtained a marriage license on 3 July 1817. They were married on 4 July 1817 in Clwyd, Wales. Children were: 3rd Earl Fortescue Hugh FORTESCUE, John William FORTESCUE MP Barnstable, Dudley James FORTESCUE MP Andover, Granville FORTESCUE of Castle Hill.

Spouse: Elizabeth GEALE. Elizabeth GEALE and 2nd Earl Fortescue Hugh FORTESCUE were married on 26 July 1841 in Viceregal Lodge, Dublin, Ireland.

Hugh FORTESCUE17 was born on 25 June 1793 in Lynhurst, Devon. He was christened on 30 June 1793.137 He was buried in Ilfracombe, Devon. Died unmarried Parents: Joseph FORTESCUE of Lynhurst and Mary MOUNSEY.

3rd Earl Fortescue Hugh FORTESCUE69 was born on 4 April 1818. He died before April 1905. Hugh, Viscount Ebrington, succeeded his father, becoming the 3rd Earl Fortescue in 1861. He was M.P. for Marylebone from 1854 to 1859. He was summoned to the House of Lords in December 1859.

The book "Looking Back" written by Seymour - Hugh's Son - is written In Chronological order and it says

On page 8 "In the winter of 1859 my father, already Viscount Ebringham accompanied by his brother John, who had developed consumptive tendencies and was ordered abroad, by his doctors, to Madeira" (My comment is that Hugh was already a Lord so he could have been called to the Lords earlier in than on his father's death.)

On page 10 "the winter of of 1860-61 was spent in Pau"

On page 11 "During our stay at Pau my grandfather died and my parents settled down at Castle Hill, with 17 Brunton Street as our London House"

(The above proves that Hugh's father didn't die in 1859 but doesn't
prove conclusively that he died in 1861 - but it is quite probable).
Parents: 2nd Earl Fortescue Hugh FORTESCUE and Susan RYDER.

Spouse: Georgiana Augusta Charlotte Caroline DAWSON-DAMER. Georgiana Augusta Charlotte Caroline DAWSON-DAMER and 3rd Earl Fortescue Hugh FORTESCUE obtained a marriage license on 9 March 1847. They were married on 18 March 1847 in Came, Nr Weymouth, Dorset. Children were: Susan Elizabeth FORTESCUE of Castle Hill, Mary Eleanor FORTESCUE of Castle Hill, Lucy Catherine FORTESCUE of Castle Hill, Georgiana Seymour FORTESCUE of Castle Hill, 4th Earl Fortescue Hugh FORTESCUE, Capt the Hon Sir Seymour John FORTESCUE G.C.V.O., C.M.G, Major Lionel Henry Dudley FORTESCUE of Castle Hill, Arthur Grenville FORTESCUE of Castle Hill, Sir John William FORTESCUE K.C.V.O, LL.D, D Litt, Gen Charles Granville FORTESCUE CB CMG DSO of Castle Hill, Eleanor Hester FORTESCUE of Castle Hill, Alice Sophia FORTESCUE of Castle Hill, Frances Blanche FORTESCUE of Castle Hill, William George Damer FORTESCUE.

4th Earl Fortescue Hugh FORTESCUE69 was born on 16 April 1854. He appeared in the census in 1881 in Spencer House, St James, Westminster, London.3 John Poyntz (Earl) Spencer M 45 M London
Charlotte F F (Countess) M 45 F London
Hugh (Viscount) Fortescue U 26 M London. Visitor He died on 29 October 1932.57 VISCOUNT EBRINGTON, born in 1854, acted as Assistant Private Secretary (unpaid) to EARL SPENCER, President of the Privy Council, before being elected Liberal Member of Parliament for TIVERTON. He was also a Captain in the NORTH DEVON YEOMANRY, Grand Master of the DEVONSHIRE FREEMASONS, and Master of the DEVON AND SOMERSET STAG HOUNDS.

Adm. pens. at TRINITY, Feb. 19, 1872. S. and h. of Hugh, third Earl Fortescue, of Castle Hill, South Molton, Devon. B. Apr. 16, 1854, in London. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1872; Scholar, 1874; B.A. 1876; M.A. 1879. M.P. for Tiverton, 1881-5; for Devon (Tavistock), 1885-92. Succeeded as fourth Earl, 1905. Lord-Lieut. of Devon and Chairman of the County Council. Col., N. Devon Yeomanry and President and Chairman of the T.F. Advisory Council. A.D.C. to King Edward VII, 1903-10 and to King George V, 1910-21. Grand Master of Freemasons in Devon. K.C.B., 1911. Of Castle Hill, South Molton. Died Oct. 29, 1932. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; G.E.C.; Debrett; Burke, P. and B; The Times, Oct. 31, 1932.) Parents: 3rd Earl Fortescue Hugh FORTESCUE and Georgiana Augusta Charlotte Caroline DAWSON-DAMER.

Spouse: Hon. Emily ORMSBY-GORE CBE. Hon. Emily ORMSBY-GORE CBE and 4th Earl Fortescue Hugh FORTESCUE were married on 15 July 1886. Children were: 5 th Earl Fortescue Hugh William FORTESCUE MC, Geoffrey FORTESCUE of Castle Hill, Denzil George FORTESCUE 6th Earl Fortescue.

Hugh FORTESCUE10 died in 1870. He was born in 1870. Died as an Infant Parents: Joseph FORTESCUE and Sarah Jane MASON.

Hugh FORTESCUE12 was born on 28 March 1891 in The Old House, Swavesey, Black Horse Lane, Cambridge. He appeared in the census in 1911 in 49 Rothes Rd, Dorking, Surrey. FORTESCUE, Hugh Boarder 1891 20 M Single Assistant School Teacher Swavesey, Cambs
He died on 8 June 1975 in Winchester, Hants. Hugh was buried in Holy Trinity Church, Southend-on-Sea, Essex. Went to school in Huntingdonshire at one time in Division 4 Class 1 then at St Peter's College Peterborough. He was awarded a prize for service in the year 1913. Served in the Bedford Yeomanry in WW1. in Belgium and France. Headmaster at Hamstel Road Junior Boys School, Southend-on-Sea from 1932 to 1943, (evacuated to Ripley, Derbyshire from 1940 to 1942), then Eastwood School (1943-46), then Wentworth Road Secondary Modern School until retirement in 1953.

Became Councillor of Southend-on-Sea and was on the Education Committee for over 25 years. Fortescue Chase, Thorpe Bay, was named after him. When his wife died he moved from 9 Daines Close, Thorpe Bay, Southend-on-Sea, to Kewlinga, 12 Heatherdene Road, Chandlers Ford, Eastleigh, Hants until his death. One of Nature's gentlemen

Parents: Frank FORTESCUE of Woolley and Minnie Elizabeth TEBBUTT.

Spouse: Ada Dorothy WADDINGTON. Ada Dorothy WADDINGTON and Hugh FORTESCUE were married on 29 December 1920 in Colchester, Essex. Children were: Hugh Douglas (Doug) FORTESCUE, Peter Waddington FORTESCUE, Brenda (Bee) Margaret FORTESCUE.

Hugh Augustus Francis FORTESCUE (private). Parents: John Andrew Francis FORTESCUE and Phoebe Anne Cecilia BURRIDGE.

Hon Lt-Col Hugh Charles FORTESCUE17,144 was born on 7 July 1860 in London.153 He died on 12 October 1937. 4th Battalion Oxford Parents: Capt Francis Henry FORTESCUE and Katherine May Frederica ELLICE.

Spouse: Minnie Anne DUNCAN. Minnie Anne DUNCAN and Hon Lt-Col Hugh Charles FORTESCUE were married in 1892 in Liverpool, Lancs.

Hugh Douglas (Doug) FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Hugh FORTESCUE and Ada Dorothy WADDINGTON.

Spouse: Dorothy Joyce (Joyce) WHITE. Children were: Hugh Michael FORTESCUE, Nicola Kay FORTESCUE, Penelope Gail FORTESCUE.

Hugh Ebrington FORTESCUE17 was born in 1827 in Belvidere, Dublin, Ireland. He died on 16 April 1859. Parents: Matthew FORTESCUE of Belvedere, Dublin and Erskine CHRISTIE of County Fife.

Hugh Grenville FORTESCUE69 was born on 2 May 1838. He died on 19 November 1875. Of the Coldstream Guards Parents: George Matthew FORTESCUE of Boconnoc and Dropmore and Louisa Elizabeth RYDER.

Hugh Michael FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Hugh Douglas (Doug) FORTESCUE and Dorothy Joyce (Joyce) WHITE.

Hugh Peter FORTESCUE Viscount Ebrington57 was born in 1921. He died on 17 July 1942 in El Alamein. Egypt. EBRINGTON, Viscount HUGH PETER FORTESCUE
Initials: H P F
Nationality: United Kingdom
Rank: Lieutenant
Regiment: Royal Armoured Corps
Unit Text: Royal Scots Greys (2nd Dragoons)
Age: 21
Date of Death: 17/07/1942
Service No: 107643
Additional information: Son of Colonel Hugh William Fortescue, O.B.E., M.C., 5th Earl Fortescue, and the Countess Fortescue, of Barnstaple, Devon.
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: XXVII. B. 2.
Killed in Action in WWII at El Alamein in 1942. He was a Lieutenant in
the Royal Scots Guards. Parents: 5 th Earl Fortescue Hugh William FORTESCUE MC and Margaret Helen BEAUMONT.

Hugh Rudolf FORTESCUE B.A . JP (private). Parents: Albert Edward Muspratt FORTESCUE M.B.E. and Beatrice Amy de Montjoie RUDOLF.

Spouse: Ada Mary Catherine PHILLIPS. Children were: Timothy Hugh Faithful FORTESCUE, Sarah Catherine FORTESCUE.

Hugh Thomas Chisnall FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Thomas Pashler FORTESCUE and Kate Maude CHISNALL.

5 th Earl Fortescue Hugh William FORTESCUE MC154 was born on 14 June 1888.155 He died on 14 June 1958 in Castle Hill, Filleigh, Devon.155 Died on his 70th Birthday four days after the death of his wife.

The elder son of the 4th Earl and Emily daughter of the second Lord
Harlech. Eton from 1901 to 1905 then went to Sandhurst joining the
Scots Greys in 1907. In 1914 he went to France was wounded twice and
awarded M.C. After the war he went to India for sometime becoming
A.D.C. to the Commander-in-Chief in India. He retired in 1922 and went
to live at the Ebrington. Viscount Ebrington as he was known, until
his father died in 1932, and his wife were both devoted to Fox

In 1936 appointed Lord Lieutenant of Devon. He was Lord-in-waiting
from 1937 to 1945. Appointed Knight of the Garter in 1951. At the
coronation of the Queen he was one of the four K.G.'s holding the
anointing canopy.

He married Margaret Helen eldest daughter of the first Viscount
Allendale and Alexandrina daughter of the fifth Marquess of
Londonderry. They had one son and two daughters - their son Peter,
Viscount Ebrington was killed in action at the battle of El Alamein Parents: 4th Earl Fortescue Hugh FORTESCUE and Hon. Emily ORMSBY-GORE CBE.

Spouse: Margaret Helen BEAUMONT. Margaret Helen BEAUMONT and 5 th Earl Fortescue Hugh William FORTESCUE MC were married on 8 February 1917. Children were: Hugh Peter FORTESCUE Viscount Ebrington, Diana Margaret FORTESCUE, Lady Margaret FORTESCUE, Elizabeth Joan FORTESCUE.

Humfrey FORTESCUE59 was born about 1539 in Poughill, Cornwall. Parents: Humphrey FORTESCUE and Elizabeth .

Humphrey FORTESCUE108 was born about 1517 in Spridlestone, Devon. He died about 1552. Parents: Richard FORTESCUE of Spridlestone and Elizabeth KNOLLES of North Mimes, Herts.

Spouse: Elizabeth . Children were: Humfrey FORTESCUE, John FORTESCUE, Thomasina FORTESCUE, William FORTESCUE, Marjery FORTESCUE, Barnard FORTESCUE, Richard FORTESCUE, Mary FORTESCUE, Julia FORTESCUE, Florence FORTESCUE, Richard FORTESCUE, Walter FORTESCUE.

Humphrey FORTESCUE of Buckland-Filleigh22 was born in 1638. He was baptized on 23 October 1638 in Buckland Filleigh, Devon. He died in 1639 in Buckland Filleigh, Devon. Humphrey was buried on 4 March 1639 in Buckland Filleigh, Devon. Parents: John FORTESCUE of Buckland-Filleigh and Thomasine PRIDEAUX of Solden.

Ian FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Graeme Edward FORTESCUE and Penelope WHITE.

Ian David FORTESCUE (private). Parents: David Edward FORTESCUE and Diane Mary CURSON.

Spouse: Trudy Helen BOREHAM. Children were: Harry Edward FORTESCUE, Alexandra Poppy FORTESCUE.

Ian Robert FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Lewis Clifford FORTESCUE and Betty BAXTER.

Spouse: Helen Elizabeth BYWATER. Children were: Charlotte Emma FORTESCUE, Emily Rachael FORTESCUE.

Irene FORTESCUE33 was born in 1897 in Clapton, London. Parents: Nathaniel FORTESCUE and Jessie Louisa TAYLOR.

Spouse: Henry (Harry) Arthur PEMBERTON. Irene FORTESCUE and Henry (Harry) Arthur PEMBERTON were married in 1918 in Romford, Essex.13

Irene Marian FORTESCUE2 was born in 1886 in Battersea, London. Parents: George West FORTESCUE and Lucy Jane JOHNSON.

Isaac FORTESCUE of Ireland (private).

Spouse: Margaret MCINTIRE.

Isabel FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Thomas FORTESCUE of Wimpstone and Florence BONVILLE.

Spouse: Anthony HONEYCHURCH.

Isabel Gladys Clare FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Arthur Henry FORTESCUE and Mabel Lillian HOLLIS.

Spouse: Trevalyn GLASSON.

Isabell FORTESCUE (private). Parents: William FORTESCUE of Pruteston and Elizabeth CHAMPERNOWNE.

Isabella FORTESCUE of Preston (private). Parents: Henry FORTESCUE of Pruteston and Agnes ST MAUR of North Molton.

Spouse: John COPLESTONE of Bowden in Walthampton.

Isabella FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Joseph FORTESCUE and Mary Anne Jane RAYNER.

Isabella Louisa FORTESCUE was christened on 6 October 1856. She died on 16 September 1882. From Thurning Church Gravestone: "Isabella Louisa daughter of John and Ann Fortescue died 16 Sept 1882 aged 26" She was buried in Thurning, Hunts.
Parents: John FORTESCUE and Anne Woods CAPP.

Ivan FORTESCUE (private). Parents: George FORTESCUE and Ella MACKAY.

Spouse: Rita POUT. Children were: George FORTESCUE.

Ivy Florence FORTESCUE1 was born in 1898 in Fenny Stratford , Bucks. Parents: Thomas Pashler FORTESCUE and Kate Maude CHISNALL.

Jack FORTESCUE1 was born in 1881 in Lancaster, Lancs. He appeared in the census in 1911 in 212 Penton Pl, Walworth, Southwark, London. RG14PN1848 RG78PN65 RD23 SD5 ED30 SN51 212 Penton Pl, Walworth, Southwark, London
FORTESCUE, Jack Head 1881 30  M Married Actor Manager Lancaster Lanes
FORTESCUE, May Wife 1881 30  F Married Actress Liverpool Lanes 10 3 2 1
FORTESCUE, William Marcus Son 1905 6  M London
FORTESCUE, Benner Albert Victor Son 1907 4  M London

Spouse: May . May and Jack FORTESCUE were married in 1901. Children were: William Marcus FORTESCUE, Benner Albert Victor FORTESCUE.

Jack FORTESCUE (private). Parents: William Beresford FORTESCUE and Bertha Corisande BUNN.

Spouse: Lorna . Children were: Colin FORTESCUE.

Jacob Hugh Fortescue FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Warwick Andrew FORTESCUE and Jennifer LLOYD.

Jacqueline Claire FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Peter Waddington FORTESCUE and Gillian Grace STRANGE.

Spouse: Paul WRIGHT.

Jacquett FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Martin FORTESCUE of Hatherley & Iddesley and Jane GOVE of Idsley.