|Thomas FORTESCUE (private). Parents: John FORTESCUE and Ann HOLMS.|
Thomas FORTESCUE (private).
Thomas FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Thomas FORTESCUE and MARY.
Thomas FORTESCUE (private).
Thomas FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Samuel FOSCUE.
Thomas FORTESCUE (private). Parents: William FORTESCUE and Sarah HEATLEY.
Thomas FORTESCUE (private).
Spouse: Ann MEREDITH.
Thomas FORTESCUE19 was christened on 20 March 1743 in St Budeaux, Plymouth, Devon. He was buried on 20 March 1743 in St Budeaux, Plymouth, Devon. Parents: John FORTESCUE and Mary SPETTIGUE.
Thomas FORTESCUE of Cookhill (private). Parents: John FORTESCUE of Cookhill and Mary .
Thomas FORTESCUE of Dartmouth47 died in 1602. Thomas styled himself "of Dartmouth". Parents: Thomas FORTESCUE.
Sir Thomas FORTESCUE MP Wycome 159323 died before 1607. Thomas entered the Inner Temple on 25th October 1586. In 1593 he was M.P. for Wycombe. He died before his father. Parents: Rt Hon Sir John FORTESCUE of Salden and Cecilia ASHFIELD.
Thomas FORTESCUE59 died on 24 January 1732/3 in London. Blacksmith of London. In Anne's (1798-1852) letter to to her grandson James Henry (1827-1905) she states that Thomas the Blacksmith and this William they are descended from the "Irish Fortescue". This letter by Anne checks out in every other detail giving credence to the claim.
Thomas FORTESCUE of Wantage54 was christened on 14 October 1758 in Farringdon, Berks. He died on 23 January 1811. He died to John. Parents: James FORTESCUE and Elizabeth .
Thomas FORTESCUE75 was christened on 18 January 1814 in Nuneaton, Warwickshire. He died in 1815 in Nuneaton, Warwickshire. Parents: Thomas FORTESCUE and Mary .
Thomas FORTESCUE75 was christened on 23 October 1835 in Nuneaton, Warwickshire. He appeared in the census in 1881 in Nuneaton, Warwickshire. Publcan He died before 1888. Butler at Arbury Hall in 1874, Victualer at Holly Bush Inn 1879 to 1884. Possibly died before 1888 when Mary Ann takes over Licence.
Parents: John FORTESCUE and Elizabeth HOLMES.
Thomas FORTESCUE of Wimpstone39 was born about 1486 in Wimpston, Modbury, Devon. He died in 1554. Thomas: According to Clermont's text Thomas was born in 1490 and died about 1554. The date 1595 for his death as shown on the Family Tree is hardly likely !! Could this be the date for Thomas's oldest son, also named Thomas? Parents: John FORTESCUE of Wimpstone and Isabella GIBBS of Fenton.
Spouse: Florence BONVILLE. Children were: Thomas FORTESCUE of Wimpstone, William FORTESCUE of Morleigh, Henry FORTESCUE of Wimpstone, Joan FORTESCUE, Elizabeth FORTESCUE, Agnes FORTESCUE, Isabel FORTESCUE.
Thomas FORTESCUE of Donnington23 was born on 13 May 1534 in Shirbourne, Warwickshire. He died in 1611. Thomas Fortescue was born on 13th May 1534 at Shirborne, Oxfordshire. He died unmarried on the eve of Easter in 1611. MP for Wallingford
Thomas FORTESCUE39 was born in 1565. He died on 9 March 1600. Parents: Henry FORTESCUE of Wimpstone and Joan BRIGHT.
Thomas FORTESCUE22 was born about 1613. He was buried on 20 September 1623 in High Bickington, Devon. Parents: Hugh FORTESCUE and Lettice WICHALSE of Barnstaple.
Thomas FORTESCUE of Fallapit47 was born in 1615. Probably the Thomas involved in the siege of Salcome Castle
"On 15th January 1645 the list of officers and soldiers defending it
Sir Thomas FORTESCUE of Dromiskin31,209 was born in 1620. He died in 1710. Thomas succeeded to his father Faithful's estates. He served in the army in the Low Countries. He was his father's cornet in the troop that he raised in 1642, and he served the King in several battles. On 2nd August 1649 he was taken prisoner by the Parliamentarians in action at Dublin.
He became governor of Carrickfergus Castle in 1661, was knighted in 1663, and in 1682 he served as High Sheriff of Co. Down. He was imprisoned in Dublin Castle when James became King, but was released in 1688 on the defeat of James at the battle of the Boyne. Thomas died in 1710 at the age of 90. His Will of 1684 was proved on 22nd May 1710.
By his will of 1684, Sir Thomas Fortescue settled the lease of Dromiskin on his eldest son, Chichester, and the freeholds on the younger son, William. Chichester, however, died during the Siege of Derry leaving an infant son, Thomas, as his sole heir. Perhaps because of this, William, who had been living at Dromiskin, attempted to stake a claim to the lease himself, thus hoping to gain all of the family's Co. Louth estate. A legal wrangle then ensued between William and the guardians of young Thomas, a matter further complicated by the fact that old Sir Thomas (who lived until 1710) sided with each party at various stages of the proceedings. The intricacies of this tussle, which witnessed claims and counter-claims, various recriminations and gradually descended into a general slanging match, are documented in detail [D/4074/1/1/1-10].
Though the case was finally settled c.1715 (with the lease of Dromiskin coming into possession of Thomas), the family as a whole had by this stage become involved in another legal dispute with the Archbishop of Armagh, who accused Sir Thomas and William Fortescue of surreptitiously annexing church estates during the upheaval of the 1690s. Document D/4074/1/7, in which the Archbishop sets his lengthy grievances before the Lord Chancellor of Ireland, Sir Constantine Phipps, paints a vivid picture of local disorder within a kingdom in crisis.
The descendants of Thomas Fortescue continued to hold Dromiskin during the eighteenth century, whilst those of his uncle, William, held and/or acquired various estates in Louth and elsewhere. Sections D/4074/2-7 chart the rise in prosperity, of William's family, from his death in 1733, through 1777, the year when his grandson, William Henry Fortescue was created Earl of Clermont, to the year 1833, when the large Clermont estates (at Reynoldstown and Ravensdale, Co. Louth and Grangegeeth, Co. Meath) reverted to Thomas Fortescue of Dromiskin. Detailed maps (many coloured) are also included, along with a series of rentals.
Sections D/4074/8-10 of the archive contain deeds, leases, maps, rentals, etc, relating to other lands were acquired from or by the Fortescues, including five townlands near Banbridge sold by Chichester Fortescue of Dromiskin to the 3rd Marquis of Downshire in 1826. Of particular interest, however, are papers concerning the Levinge family of Knockdrin Castle, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath, whose lands at Stickillin, Co. Louth, were sold to Thomas Fortescue in 1835. The story of Stickillin represents an interesting example of the machinations of Williamite favorites (in this instance Henry Sidney, Earl of Romney, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, (1692-1695) in relation to the post 1691 forfeitures. The land itself was originally part of the estate of Richard Talbot, 1st Duke of Tyrconnel, James II's Lord Lieutenant. After the confiscation of Tyrconnel's land by William III, Stickillin was granted to Henry Sidney, who in turn sold it to Charles Campbell of Dublin. In the wake of the English Act of Resumption of 1700, which sought to undermine the Williamite policy of rewarding favorites with large tracts of Irish land, Stickillin was sold by the Trustees of the Forfeited Estates to Sir Richard Levinge. For those researching the land settlement in the wake of the Jacobite defeat in Ireland, Stickillin makes a worthy case study. Parents: Sir Faithful (Faskie) FORTESCUE and Lady Anne MOORE.
Spouse: Elizabeth CARY.
Thomas FORTESCUE19 was born about 1661. Parents: John FORTESCUE of Shebbear and Ellen BADCOCK of Shebbear.
Thomas FORTESCUE of Clermont31 was born in 1682. He died in 1769 in Dillonstown, Dunsleer, Ireland. Thomas of Randalston was born in 1682. He added to his Louth estates by purchase, and formed two seats on them. One, near Dromisken, he called Clermont Park, and the other was in the valley of Ravensdale, between Dundalk and Newry. He replanted Ravensdale Park with trees following its laying to waste in the Irish War.
On 8th November 1715 he became M.P. for Dunleer, and on 26th September 1727 he became M.P. for Dundalk.
Thomas died on 23rd January 1769, aged 85. He was buried at Clermont Park in the churchyard. His wife Elizabeth was the sister of the 1st Earl of Clanhassil. She died at Bath in 1756. Parents: Capt William FORTESCUE of Newragh and Margaret GERNON of Milltown, County Louth.
Spouse: Elizabeth HAMILTON of Tolleymore. Elizabeth HAMILTON of Tolleymore and Thomas FORTESCUE of Clermont were married on 1 November 1721 in St Mary's, Dublin, Ireland. Peter Western suggests that she is his secomd wife. The first being Elizabeth Butler
Thomas FORTESCUE of Dromiskin31 was born about 1692 in Isle of Man. He died on 19 May 1725. Thomas succeeded to his grandfather's estates in Co. Down and Co.
Louth in 1710 Parents: Chichester FORTESCUE of Donoughmore, Down and Frideswide HALL of Mount Hall in Devon.
Thomas FORTESCUE20 was christened in 1696. He was born on 5 January 1696. He was buried on 12 June 1746. Parents: William FORTESCUE and Elinor GILBERT of Thurning.
Spouse: Mary ARCHER. Mary ARCHER and Thomas FORTESCUE were married on 28 October 1729 in Leighton Bromswold, Hunts. Children were: Thomas FORTESCUE, Mary FORTESCUE, Thomas FORTESCUE, Katherine FORTESCUE, William FORTESCUE, Joseph FORTESCUE, John FORTESCUE, Mary FORTESCUE, Ellen FORTESCUE.
Thomas FORTESCUE179 was born about 1709. He was christened on 1 May 1709 in St Budeaux, Plymouth, Devon. Died as an Infant Parents: Robert FORTESCUE of Ernsettle in St Budeaux and Ann GOULD.
Thomas FORTESCUE Surgeon RN was born about 1710. He was christened on 2 May 1710 in St Budeaux, Plymouth, Devon. Died at Sea Parents: Robert FORTESCUE of Ernsettle in St Budeaux and Ann GOULD.
Thomas FORTESCUE20 was born on 4 July 1730. He died on 11 April 1731. Parents: Thomas FORTESCUE and Mary ARCHER.
Thomas FORTESCUE19 was born on 30 June 1731 in Corderry, County Louth, Ireland. Parents: Faithful FORTESCUE of Corderry and Elizabeth TIPPING of Castletown.
Thomas FORTESCUE20 died in 1734 in Leighton Bromswold, Hunts. He was born on 10 November 1734 in Leighton Bromswold, Hunts. In the Huntington records A Thomas son of Thomas and Mary of Leighton was shown baptised on Nov 10 1734 and another Thomas son of Thomas and Marty shown as buried on Feb 4 1734. Parents: Thomas FORTESCUE and Mary ARCHER.
Thomas FORTESCUE of Dromisken, MP for Trim31 was born on 1 May 1744 in Dromiskin, County Louth, Ireland.19 He died on 16 June 1778. M.P. for Trim 2nd July 1768 Parents: Chichester FORTESCUE and Hon Elizabeth WELLESLEY of Dublin.
Spouse: Mary PAKENHAM. Mary PAKENHAM and Thomas FORTESCUE of Dromisken, MP for Trim were married on 10 March 1770 in St Thomas Church, Dublin, Ireland. Children were: Chichester FORTESCUE, Elizabeth FORTESCUE, Anna Maria FORTESCUE.
Thomas FORTESCUE34 was born on 13 November 1780 in Dublin, Ireland. Parents: Gerald FORTESCUE of Dromiskin and Elizabeth TEW.
Thomas FORTESCUE31 was born in 1784 in Delhi, India. He was living in 1868. He died on 7 September 1872. Thomas, born 1784, who for several years was in important employments in India, appointed thereto by his cousin, the Marquis Wellefley, then Governor-General, and was afterwards Civil Commissioner at Delhi; he married, March 19, 1859, Louisa Margaret, second daughter of the late Francis Russell Eager, Esquire, and died September 7,1872;
Spouse: Louis Margaret EAGER.
Thomas FORTESCUE3 was born about 1812 in Witheridge, Devon. He appeared in the census in 1881 in St Pancras, London. Dwelling: 16 Melton St Census Place: St Pancras, London, Middlesex
Thomas FORTESCUE M 68 M Witheridge, Devon Head Shoemaker
Sarah FORTESCUE M 68 F Craddock, Devon Wife
Emma FORTESCUE U 37 F Exeter, Devon Daur Servant (Dom)
Ellen FORTESCUE 5 F Exeter, Devon Gran Daur Scholar
Mary FORTESCUE U 66 F London, London, Middlesex
Parents: Thomas FORTESCUE and Mary .
Thomas FORTESCUE75 was born on 18 January 1815. He died in 1816. Parents: Thomas FORTESCUE and Mary BECK.
Thomas FORTESCUE 3rd Lord Clermont31 was born on 9 March 1815. He died on 29 July 1887. Thomas succeeded to his father's estates in Louth and Down in November 1826. He graduated with a BA at Exeter College, Oxford, in 1837.
He became a knight of the shire for Co. Louth in July 1840, and in that year he married Lady Louisa Grace Wandesforde Butler, 3rd daughter of James, Marquis of Ormonde, in London.
He is best remembered as the author of "The History of the Family of Fortescue in all its Branches" published in 1865 and 1880. A supplement was added in 1885 after two deeds were found in the Library of Eton College Library Parents: Lieu Col. Chichester FORTESCUE MP of Dromisken and Martha Angel MEADE-HOBSON of Muckridge House, Youghal, Cork.
Spouse: Louisa Grace Wandesforde BUTLER. Louisa Grace Wandesforde BUTLER and Thomas FORTESCUE 3rd Lord Clermont obtained a marriage license on 19 September 1840. They were married on 26 September 1840.
Thomas FORTESCUE of Woolley was born on 24 July 1822.6 Born at 7.30 am
He was baptized on 28 July 1822 in Leighton Bromswold, Hunts. Church Register He died on 24 July 1859. Died at 2.30 Sunday Morning Farmed at Woolley, Hunts. (Census 1851) Parents: Lewis FORTESCUE and Ruth BATEMAN of Hamerton.
Thomas FORTESCUE was born in 1823 in Leighton Bromswold, Hunts. He was born on 20 December 1845. From Huntingdon records name index 1997
Wife given as Heziba KNIGHTON at Skilton
from 1851 census for Woolley. Farming 230 Acres 5 labourers b Leighton
Thomas FORTESCUE3 was born on 16 October 1861 in Nuneaton, Warwickshire. He was christened on 5 January 1862. Parents: William FORTESCUE and Mary GODFREY.
Thomas FORTESCUE19 was born about 1881. He died about 1956. Submitted by
Spouse: Winifred VIDGEN. Winifred VIDGEN and Thomas FORTESCUE were married.
Thomas FORTESCUE was born in 1896 in Germany. Parents: Charles J FORTESCUE and Florence UNKNOWN.
Thomas FORTESCUE (private). Parents: George FORTESCUE and Hannah .
Capt Thomas Dycke Acland FORTESCUE RN17 was born on 22 July 1821. He died on 10 May 1865 in Malta. 8 October 1846 Lieutenant
28 April 1854 Commander
7 September 1857 Captain
23 February 1855 Commander in Barracouta, East Indies (including 2nd Anglo-Chinese War)
23 September 1862 10 May 1865 Captain in Phoebe (from commissioning at Plymouth), Mediterranean (until Fortescue died)
Extract concerning Anglo-Chinese War the Opium War
Commodore Elliot was ordered to take the Barracouta, Coromandel, and ships' boats, and disperse or capture the junks; and, Commander Bate having buoyed the narrow channel, the force proceeded at daylight on the 6th, and Fortescue presently anchored the Barracouta 800 yards above French Folly, and within 200 yards of the nearest of the hostile vessels, which were all ready for action. The Barracouta, in order to prevent the Chinese from training their guns on her, fired her bow pivot gun as she approached, and so provoked the enemy, who, from more than 150 pieces, retaliated ere she could bring her broadside to bear. In about five-and-thirty minutes, however, her grape and canister, and the approaching boats, under Captain Thomas Wilson, drove the people from their vessels; and the sloop was then able to give her undivided attention to French Folly, which, being soon silenced, was taken possession of by a landing-party under Captain King Hall. Its guns and ammunition were destroyed. Two 32-prs. in Dutch Folly rendered material help during the engagement. The junks, being aground, or sunk, were burnt, with the exception of the admiral's ship, which was brought off, and two more, which escaped for the time, though one of them was afterwards burnt by Captain King Hall. Seymour mentions with praise the conduct of Commander Fortescue, of his senior Lieutenant, William Kemptown Bush, and of Lieutenant Henry Hamilton Beamish, of the Calcutta, who, under a very heavy fire, carried out the anchor by means of which the Barracouta (her hull was pierced by 28 large shot, besides smaller ones) was enabled to spring her broadside. The affair, very bloody to the enemy, cost the British a loss of but 1 killed and 4 wounded.
Thomas Edmund Horatio FORTESCUE (private). Parents: John Andrew Francis FORTESCUE and Phoebe Anne Cecilia BURRIDGE.
Thomas Frederick FORTESCUE13 was born about 1873 in Southwark, London. In 1911 he was a Sewing Machine Mechanic. He appeared in the census in 1911 in 99 Morville St, North Bow, Poplar, London. RG14PN1664 RG78PN58 RD22 SD1 ED14 SN169 99 Morville St, North Bow, Poplar, London
FORTESCUE, Thomas Frederick Boarder 1874 37 M Single Corset Maker Cutter Southwark, London
Thomas died on 31 December 1920 in 99 Morville Street, Bow, London.13 Died Of Pneumonia Parents: William Mortimer FORTESCUE and Elizabeth COOPER.
Thomas James FORTESCUE of Ravensdale Park31 was born on 15 February 1760. He died in 1795. He was buried in 1795 in Clermont Park, Norfolk. He was a knight of Louth from 1784 to 1790. Unmarried Parents: Rt Hon James FORTESCUE of Ravensdale Park and Mary Henrietta HUNTER of Crowland, Lincolnshire.
Thomas Joseph FORTESCUE1 was born in 1888 in Burntisisland, Fife. He appeared in the census in 1911 in 222 Neville Rd, Forest Gate, West Ham, Essex. RG14PN9374 RG78PN506 RD188 SD2 ED1 SN149 222 Neville Rd, Forest Gate, West Ham, Essex
FORESCUE, Thomas Joseph Boarder 1888 23 M Single Civil Servant - Assistant Clerk Burntisland, Fife, Scotland
FORESCUE, Frances Joseph Boarder 1890 21 M Single Tram Conductor Upton Park, Essex
Thomas K FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Steven James FORTESCUE and Patricia Ann FOLEY.
Thomas Knox FORTESCUE93 was born in 1818. He was living in 1868 in Clontarf, Ireland. Was in R.N for 13 years Parents: William Henry FORTESCUE and Emily MAGEE.
Thomas Pashler FORTESCUE51 was born on 30 November 1865 in Barham, Hunts. From 1881 Census of Farm House at Wilby He was christened on 31 December 1865.6 He appeared in the census in 1911 in 80 Aylesbury St., Fenny Stratford, Newport Pagnell, Bucks. FORTESCUE, Thomas Pashler Head 1866 45 M Married Ironmonger Barham, Hunts
FORTESCUE, Kate Maud Wife 1874 37 F Married Woburn Sands, Beds
FORTESCUE, Ivy Florence Kathleen Dau 1898 13 F Fenny Stratford, Bucks
FORTESCUE, Margery Gladys Maud Dau 1900 11 F Fenny Stratford, Bucks
FORTESCUE, Winifred Lilian Pashler Son 1903 8 F Fenny Stratford, Bucks
FORTESCUE, Hugh Thomas Chisnall Son 1906 5 M Fenny Stratford, Bucks
Parents: Gerrard FORTESCUE and Mary PASHLER.
Spouse: Kate Maude CHISNALL. Kate Maude CHISNALL and Thomas Pashler FORTESCUE were married on 14 October 1895 in Woburn Sands, Beds. Children were: Ruby Constance Mary FORTESCUE, Ivy Florence FORTESCUE, Margery Gladys Maud FORTESCUE, Winifred Lilian Pashler FORTESCUE, Hugh Thomas Chisnall FORTESCUE.