|William FORTESCUE19 was born about 1855. Parents: Charles FORTESCUE and Mary READE.|
William FORTESCUE13 was born in 1866 in Glebe, Sydney, NSW, Australia. Parents: Edward Carr FORTESCUE and Ann Fortescue BAILEY.
Spouse: Eliza E GEDDES.
William FORTESCUE1 was born in 1872 in Leicestershire. He appeared in the census in 1911 in 11 Anthony Terr, Hawthorne St, Nottingham, Notts. RG14PN20504 RG78PN1228 RD430 SD1 ED15 SN354 11 Anthony Terr, Hawthorne St, Nottingham, Notts
FORTESCUE, William Lodger 1872 39 M Married Carter of Coal Leicestershire
FORTESCUE, Lizzie Lodger 1880 31 F Married Sinenton 10 1 0 1
FORTESCUE, Buiston Lodger 1911 6m F St Anns Wells
William FORTESCUE3 was born about 1877 in Howden, Yorkshire. Parents: William FORTESCUE and Margaret .
William FORTESCUE55 was born about 1878 in Trevor, Carnarvon. He appeared in the census in 1911 in 183 Edward St, Nuneaton, Warwks. RG14PN18456 RG78PN1108 RD388 SD1 ED10 SN200 183 Edward St, Nuneaton, Warwks
FORTESCUE, William Head 1879 32 M Married Stone Sett Maker Trevor, Conway
FORTESCUE, Lily Wife 1882 29 F Married Draper & Milliner Nuneaton, Wks 5 2 1 1
Parents: William FORTESCUE and Jane Sophia ANDERSON.
William FORTESCUE2 was born in 1900 in Attenborough, Notts. Parents: George FORTESCUE and Hannah .
William FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Richard FORTESCUE and Elizabeth .
Dr William A J FORTESCUE (private).
William Banks FORTESCUE71 was christened on 24 September 1850 in St Martin, Birmingham,Warwickshire.19 He appeared in the census in 1911 in Treylon Cottage, Penzance, Cornwall. RG14PN14037 RG78PN837 RD300 SD2 ED1 SN85 Trelyon, Cottage, Penzance, Cornwall
FORTESCUE, William B Head 1851 60 M Married Artist Birmingham
FORTESCUE, F May Wife 1861 50 F Married Birmingham 20 1 1 0
FORTESCUE, Lionel S Son 1892 19 M Single Birmingham
He died in 1924. In the Directory of Warwickshire - Birmingham for 1830 there is the following entry : Fortescue and Banks, Wine and spirit merchants & dealers, 17 Worcester-st. & Edgbaston-st.
from Newlyn Forum Feb 28th 2005
This is in reply to your enquiry about a painting by William Banks Fortescue (c1855 - 1924) who was painting in Newlyn and the surrounding area from about 1885.
In November of that year he was lodging with a Mrs Maddern at Bellevue Terrace here in Newlyn, at that time Stanhope Forbes was also living there. You do not say how much you know about the artist, he was an engineering designer in Birmingham before deciding to become an artist and then studied in Paris and later (possibly in 1883 or 1884) in Venice before coming to Newlyn, in the mid 1890s he moved to St. Ives where he remained for the rest of his life. In 1979 there was an exhibition of paintings by Newlyn School artists at the gallery here in Newlyn and I think that the painting by Fortescue which is reproduced in the exhibition catalogue may be the one you are looking for. It shows an elderly woman, in traditional fishwives costume and with a basket of fish on her back, walking along the shore with a small boy, there are rwo other women in the background and in the distance some fishing boats. Fishwives were favourite subjects for the Newlyn artists and he may have painted them more than once. In this picture (probably inspired by Stanhope Forbes famous painting 'Fish Sale') the small boy is carrying a model boat and is wearing a hat, his feet are bare. It was painted in the late 1880s and in the 1979 exhibition the painting was on loan to Newlyn from an Art Gallery in Southport, Merseyside. I have spoken to the gallery and they still have the painting, in fact it is on show at the moment. I am sending you separately the picture scanned in from the 1979 catalogue. This is not a good copy as my scanner does not cope easily with thick books, but it should be good enough for you to see if this is the picture you are looking for...I assume that you already have a copy? Fortescue regularly exhibited in Southport and I think that he may have been born there.
From a report in 2005 "The picture is called the Fish Fag (I don't know where the title comes from?) and the gallery which owns it is the Atkinson Art Gallery, Lord Street, Southport, Merseyside, PR8 1DH and the telephone number is 01704 533133. The gallery is open Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm except that on Thursdays and Saturdays they close at 1pm. I have spoken to the Penlee Art Gallery here in Penzance and they have two paintings by Fortescue - The Forge and Newlyn Harbour. They are having an exhibition at Penlee in June of paintings by Newlyn School artists and will be borrowing the painting from the Atkinson Gallery for that exhibition"
William Bartholomew FORTESCUE5 was born in 1855 in Greenwich, Kent. In 1881 he was a Wiine and Spirirt Merchant in Kingston upon Thames, Surrey. He died in 1898. Parents: John FORTESCUE and Elizabeth .
Spouse: Maria Emma PERKINS. Maria Emma PERKINS and William Bartholomew FORTESCUE were married after 1881. Children were: William Beresford FORTESCUE, Mabel Constance FORTESCUE, Claude Hamilton FORTESCUE.
William Beresford FORTESCUE5 was born on 9 July 1886 in Kingston upon Thames, Surrey. He died on 4 September 1963. Parents: William Bartholomew FORTESCUE and Maria Emma PERKINS.
William Beresford FORTESCUE1 was born in 1887 in Surbiton, Surrey. He appeared in the census in 1911 in 11 Kent Sq, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. RG14PN11090 RD219 SD2 ED14 SN73 11 Kent Sq, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
FORTESCUE, John Henry James Boarder 1851 60 M Single Private Means Lambeth, Surrey
FORTESCUE, William Beresford Boarder 1887 24 M Single Railway Clerk Surbiton, Surrey
William Bernard FORTESCUE5 was born on 27 September 1924 in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. He died on 17 October 1924 in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. Parents: Claude Hamilton FORTESCUE and Ivy Isabel BUCKLE.
William Blundell FORTESCUE of Fallapit47 was born on 31 May 1816. He appeared in the census in 1901 in Tourquay, Devon. 1901 Census Octon, Tormohan and Torquay, Devon
William FORTESCUE Head 84yrs D. L. JP b East Allington, Devon
Reynell FORTESCUE Son 55yrs Late Captain Royal Navy [single] b East Allington, Devon
Geraldine FORTESCUE Dau 50yrs [single] b Torquay, Devon
Frances FORTESCUE Dau 48yrs [single] b East Allington, Devon
Clara FORTESCUE Dau-in-law 47yrs [married] b Hungerford, Berkshire
He died on 4 February 1903 in Oxton, Tourquay, Devon. Was a great crony of Walter Carew - see Book "Combat and Carnival"
ALLINGTON, (EAST) a pleasant scattered village, four miles N.E. by E. of Kingsbridge, has in its parish 729 souls, and 3500 acres of land, generally having a light fertile soil, and including Combe, Harleston, Yetson, and other scattered farms. W. B. Fortescue, Esq., owns nearly half the parish, and is lord of the manor, and has a handsome seat here, called FALLAPIT HOUSE, where his family has been seated for many generations. The present house is a large and handsome mansion, in the Elizabethan style, erected about 35 years ago, near the old one, an ivy mantled portion of which still remains. The house was enlarged in 1849, and is pleasantly situated in the midst of extensive and tasteful pleasure grounds. Fallapit was anciently the seat of a family of its own name. whose heiress married Sir Henry Fortescue, Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas in Ireland. She was his second wife, and their descendants in the male line resided here above 300 years. Sir Edmund Fortescue was created a baronet in 1644, but the title became extinct on the death of his son, in 1683. The estate then passed to a younger branch, which became extinct in 1734, by the death of Edmund Fortescue, Esq., whose daughter married Thomas Bury, Esq., whose heiress carried the estate in marriage to the Rev. Nathl. Wells, whose eldest son took the name of Fortescue, and was grandfather of the present proprietor. Sir. W. W. Knighton, Capt. Turner, Capt. Owen, C. Prideaux, Esq., Miss Prowse, Mr. W. Luscombe, and others have freehold estates in the parish. The Church (St. Andrew,) is a large ancient structure, in the early perpendicular style, with a lofty embattled tower, containing five bells. The nave has octagonal columns on the north, and clustered columns on the south side. The pulpit is beautifully carved, and the church has a clean and neat appearance, being renovated in 1848. The rectory, valued in K.B. at £32. 2s. 1d., and in 1831 at £345, is in the patronage of W. B. Fortescue, Esq., and incumbency of the Rev. H. R. Fortescue, B.A., who has 113A. 1R. 37P. of glebe, and a handsome Rectory House, built in 1847, in the Elizabethan style. The tithes were commuted in 1839 for £485 per annum, The poor parishioners have 20s. a year, left by John Peter, in 1570, out of the tithes of Cornworthy.
Spouse: Harriet Maria TAYLOR of Ogwell House, Devon. Harriet Maria TAYLOR of Ogwell House, Devon and William Blundell FORTESCUE of Fallapit were married on 21 November 1837 in Sandhurst, Easthampsted, Berks. Children were: Capt Edmund FORTESCUE of Fallapit, Mary Emlyn FORTESCUE of Fallapit, Capt Reynell John FORTESCUE RN of Fallapit, Arthur Trosse FORTESCUE of Fallapit, Honour Georgina FORTESCUE of Fallapit, Geraldine Eliza FORTESCUE of Fallapit, Frances Amelia FORTESCUE of Fallapit, Ethel Susan FORTESCUE of Fallapit, Elizabeth Blanche FORTESCUE.
William Charles FORTESCUE Viscount Clermont31 was born on 12 October 1764. He died in 1795. He was buried in 1795 in Clermont Park, Norfolk. William Charles, the 2nd Viscount Clermont, became a Lieutenant Colonel. He inherited Ravensdale Park properties from his brother Thomas in 1795. In March 1790 he succeeded his brother in representing Co. Louth. He continued to sit for Louth until the dissolution of the Irish Parliament in 1800. Then he represented Louth at the UK Parliament, until the death of his uncle Earl Clermont in 1806 caused him to relinquish his seat. His Viscountcy and Barony of 1776 descended to William Charles, including Louth and Norfolk estates.
He never married, and died at Ravensdale Park on 24th June 1829. The titles expired when he died, since his three brothers pre-deceased him. In his Will he left his estates in the first place to his only nephew, Sir Harry James Goodricke of Ribston Hall in Yorkshire, with the remainder to the heirs male of the late Col. Chichester Fortescue of Dromisken, the representative of the elder line of Sir Faithful. Sir Harry Goodricke died on 21st August 1833, unmarried.
The Louth and Armagh estates passed to Thomas Fortescue of Dromisken, who inherited his father's estates of Dromisken and Glyde Farm, and on 11th February 1852 he obtained a revival of the Barony of Clermont. ( through efforts of Chichester ) Parents: Rt Hon James FORTESCUE of Ravensdale Park and Mary Henrietta HUNTER of Crowland, Lincolnshire.
William Crawford FORTESCUE19 was born on 27 September 1835 in Plymouth, Devon. He died on 11 January 1880 in Plymouth, Devon. He was a Solicitor Parents: Herbert FORTESCUE M.R.C.S.E and Cecilia Reddie ALDHAM.
Spouse: Everilda Armenell MARSHALL. Everilda Armenell MARSHALL and William Crawford FORTESCUE were married on 18 April 1861 in St Cleer, Cornwall. Children were: Cecilia Camilia FORTESCUE, Herbert FORTESCUE, William Henry FORTESCUE, William Fillis Pearce FORTESCUE, Robert Crawford FORTESCUE, John Francis FORTESCUE, George FORTESCUE, Everilda Mary FORTESCUE, Herbert Crawford FORTESCUE, Alice (Mia) Frances FORTESCUE, Lewis Charles FORTESCUE, Ethel Herbert FORTESCUE, Robert FORTESCUE, Edith Mabel. FORTESCUE.
William Cyril Nicols FORTESCUE was born on 9 October 1886 in Ruands, Northants. He was christened on 30 November 1886 in Ruands, Northants. He died on 10 February 1894. From Gravestone seen at Wilby Church
William E FORTESCUE1 was born in 1880 in Oxford, Oxford. He appeared in the census in 1911. RG14PN13060 RD278 SD3 ED13 SN9999 Royal Naval Barracks, Keyham, Devonport, Devonshire
FORTESCUE, William E 1880 31 M Married Petty Officer 2nd Class RN Oxford, Oxon
William Faithful FORTESCUE (private). Parents: James FORTESCUE of Shebbear and Judith MILL.
Capt William Faithful FORTESCUE of Malahide93 was born about 1780.19 He died on 22 June 1821 in Mallow, County Cork, Ireland. Gravestone reads "This humble tribute of filial affection is erected to the memory of William Faithful Esq of the 27 Regiment of Foot who died at Mallow where he had for the recovery of his health on the 22nd of June 1821 in the 41 year of his age. He received a shot through the lungs in the Battle of Waterloo the 18th of June 1815 which in in his painful and lingering existence of which finally caused his death" Officer in Army died of his wounds from the Battle of Waterloo. He was in the 27 Foot 1st Batallion and was wounded on the 18th June 1815 Parents: John FORTESCUE of Malahide and Suzanne (Susette) HERTEL of Canada.
William Faithfull FORTESCUE93 was born in 1799 in India. He died in 1846 in India. Died Unmarried Parents: Capt William Faithful FORTESCUE of Malahide and Honoria OLIVER.
William Fillis Pearce FORTESCUE19 was born on 30 April 1865 in Plymouth, Devon. He died on 1 August 1866 in Plymouth, Devon. He was buried in Buckland Monachorum, Devon. Parents: William Crawford FORTESCUE and Everilda Armenell MARSHALL.
Reverend William Fraine FORTESCUE (private). Parents: William FORTESCUE of Lynn, Norfolk and Elizabeth LEWIS.
Spouse: Mary Mildred BLAIR.
William Frank FORTESCUE1 was born in 1903 in Cricklewood,. Parents: William John FORTESCUE and Nellie HOBBS.
William George FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Antony William FORTESCUE and Emma Davina LAMBERT.
William George Damer FORTESCUE113,217 was born on 8 December 1866. He died in 1887 in China Sea in HMS Wasp. There is a Commemorative Plaque in Filleigh Church Parents: 3rd Earl Fortescue Hugh FORTESCUE and Georgiana Augusta Charlotte Caroline DAWSON-DAMER.
William Hamilton FORTESCUE of Stephenstown85 was born on 17 December 1824. He died in 1858. Died unmarried Parents: Matthew FORTESCUE of Stephenstown and Catherine Eglantine BLAIR of Blair.
William Henry FORTESCUE93 died in 1850 in Ceylon. Was a Civil Engineer Died unmarried when a tree fell on him Parents: William Henry FORTESCUE and Emily MAGEE.
William Henry FORTESCUE died about 1910. Parents: DERBYSHIRE BRANCH.
Earl William Henry FORTESCUE of Clermont31 was born on 6 August 1722. He died on 29 September 1806 in Steyne, Brighton, Sussex. He was buried on 10 October 1806 in Little Cressingham, near Watton, Norfolk. William Henry, born on 6th August 1722, was returned as a knight of the shire for Co. Louth in October 1747. On 29th February 1752 he married Frances, eldest daughter of General Murray of Co. Monaghan. Her estates in Co. Monaghan passed to the Westenras, the Lords Rossmore.
In 1761 William was elected for both Co. Louth and for the town of Monaghan, and he chose to sit for the latter. His brother sat for Co. Louth.
In 1764 he was made Paymaster General for Ireland and a Privy Councillor.
In 1768 he was made Custos Rotulorum for Co. Louth, was Governor of Co. Monaghan, and was again returned as M.P. for Monaghan, which he represented until he was elevated to the peerage on 26th May 1770, as Baron Clermont.
In 1776, having no son, he obtained a patent creating himself as Viscount and Baron Clermont, with a special remainder to his brother the Rt. Hon. James Fortescue of Ravensdale Park, and his male issue. On 24th January 1777 he was raised to become the Earl of Clermont.
William died at Brighton on 29th September 1806, aged 84, and was buried on 10th October at Little Cressingham, near Watton, Norfolk, the parish in which his seat of Clermont Lodge stood. There is a tablet in the church there. Clermont is a fictitious place in Ireland it seems.
Frances, Lady Clermont, survived her husband by a few years.
In 1783 he was appointed an original Knight of St Patrick on the institution of that order.
William Henry FORTESCUE93 was born on 2 April 1779. He died on 11 January 1866 in Clontarf, Ireland. Parents: Henry FORTESCUE and Jane JOYCE.
Spouse: Emily MAGEE. Emily MAGEE and William Henry FORTESCUE were married on 15 July 1807 in St Thomas Church, Dublin, Ireland. Children were: Henry Thomas FORTESCUE, William Henry FORTESCUE, Thomas Knox FORTESCUE, Clermont George FORTESCUE Civil Engineer, Elizabeth FORTESCUE.
William Henry FORTESCUE1 was born in 1846 in St Pancras, London. He appeared in the census in 1911 in 80 Denmark Rd, South Norwood, Croydon, Surrey. RG14PN3374 RG78PN127 RD39 SD4 ED7 SN149 80 Denmark Rd, South Norwood, Croydon, Surrey
FORTESCUE, William Henry Head 1846 65 M Married Carman St Pancras, Middx
FORTESCUE, Annie Wife 1862 49 F Married Ashurst Wood, Sussex 10 none
Spouse: Annie . Annie and William Henry FORTESCUE were married about 1901.
William Henry FORTESCUE3 was born on 18 April 1864 in Plymouth, Devon. He was living in 1901 in South Brent, Devon.2 He appeared in the census in 1911 in Mio Nido, 4 Hillsborough Villa, Hillsborough Rd, Ilfracombe, Devonshire. RG14PN13362 RG78PN775 RD284 SD4 ED12 SN119 Mio Nido, 4 Hillsborough Villa, Hillsborough Rd, Ilfracombe, Barnstaple, Devonshire
FORTESCUE, William Henry Head 1865 46 M Married Private Means Plymouth, Devon
FORTESCUE, Beatrice Millicent Wife 1878 33 F Married Private Means Teignmouth, Devon 10 1 1
FORTESCUE, Lionel Faithful Son 1905 6 M Salcombe, Devon
William died on 7 February 1920. Parents: William Crawford FORTESCUE and Everilda Armenell MARSHALL.
William James FORTESCUE59 was born on 7 September 1884 in Barnack, Cambridge. He appeared in the census in 1911 in Holly Lodge, Bromsgrove, Worc. RG14PN17776 RG78PN1088 RD382 SD1 ED4 SN51 Holly Lodge, Bromsgrove, Worcs
FORTESCUE, William James Son 1885 26 M Single Brewer Barnack, Northants
He died on 10 January 1922 in Stoke Prior, Worcestershire.
Parents: Lewis FORTESCUE and Laura DAWSON.
William John FORTESCUE2 was born about 1879 in St Pancras, London. In 1901 he was a Railway Shunter in Hendon, Middlesex. He appeared in the census in 1911 in 38 Johnson Terr, Cricklewood, Hendon, Middx. RG14PN7115 RG78PN349 RD130 SD3 ED14 SN111 38 Johnson Terr, Cricklewood, Hendon, Middx
FORTESCUE, William John Head 1879 32 M Married Shunter - Railway Kentish Town
FORTESCUE, Nellie Wife 1881 30 F Married Crondall, Hampshire 9 3 3 0
FORTESCUE, William Frank Son 1903 8 M Cricklewood
FORTESCUE, Marjorie Dau 1904 7 F Cricklewood
FORTESCUE, Leslie Son 1909 2 M Cricklewood
Parents: Francis Federick FORTESCUE and Fanny Elizabeth WRIGHT.
William John FORTESCUE1 was born in 1890 in Ryde, Isle of Wight, Hants. He appeared in the census in 1911 in 15 Marylebone Rd, St Marylebone, London. RG14PN551 RG78PN19 RD7 SD2 ED15 SN161 15 Marylebone Rd, St Marylebone, London
FORTESCUE, William John Servant 1890 21 M Single Valet Ryde, Isle of Wight
William Leonard FORTESCUE5 was born in 1912. He died on 12 June 1943 in Thailand, Kanchanaburi Cemetry. Was a Sgt in the RAF 232 Hurricane Squadron. Died in a P.O.W. Camp
FORTESCUE, WILLIAM LEONARD
William Lewis Bateman FORTESCUE51 was born on 5 January 1865 in Barham, Hunts. He was christened on 9 March 1865.6 He appeared in the census on 31 March 1901 in Isham, Northants. William Fortescue 36 Hunts Barham Northamptonshire Isham Farmers Assistant
Sarah Fortescue 33 Norths Stanwich Northamptonshire Isham
Lewis Fortescue 27 Norths Wilby Northamptonshire Isham Farmer
Mary E Fortescue 12 Norths Raunds Northamptonshire Isham
Reginald G Fortescue 6 Norths Wilby Northamptonshire Isham
William appeared in the census in 1911 in White Heart Inn, Alford, Spilsby, Lincolnshire. RG14PN19871 RG78PN1191 RD420 SD5 ED2 SN75 White Heart Inn, Alford, Spilsby, Lincolnshire
FORTESCUE, William Lewis Head 1865 46 M Married Publican Barham, Hunts
FORTESCUE, Sarah Eliza Wife 1868 43 F Married Land Lady Stanwick, Northants 23 5 4 1
FORTESCUE, Mary E Dau 1889 22 F Single Assistant in house work Raunds, Northants
FORTESCUE, Reginald Son 1895 16 M Assistant in the yard Wilby, Northants
FORTESCUE, Mable Dau 1898 13 F Scholar Wollaston, Northants
FORTESCUE, William S Son 1904 7 M Scholar Isham, Northants
He died in 1915 in Wilby, Northants.6
Spouse: Sarah Eliza NICHOLS. Sarah Eliza NICHOLS and William Lewis Bateman FORTESCUE were married on 2 September 1886. Children were: William Cyril Nicols FORTESCUE, Mary Elsie FORTESCUE, Reginald Gerrard FORTESCUE, Mabel Winifred FORTESCUE, William Stanley (Stan) FORTESCUE.
William Marcus FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Jack FORTESCUE and May .
William Mark Millar FORTESCUE93 was born on 14 October 1837 in Trichinopoly, Tamil Nadu, India. He was living in 1868. He died in June 1888 in Brentford, Middlesex.19 late of 60th Rifles (in 1868) Married 1862 Parents: John Charles FORTESCUE and Maria SHERIDAN.
William Mortimer FORTESCUE6 was born on 30 January 1841 in Artillery Place, Woolwich Dock Yard, Kent. He was christened on 6 June 1841 in St Mary Magdalene, Woolwich, Kent.19 In 1876 he was a Publican in 15 Mill Lane, Tooley Street, Hammersmith, London. In 1881 William was a Licenced Vitualler in 84 Goldhawk Road, Hammersmith, London. He died on 31 March 1901 in London Hospital, London. Parents: William FORTESCUE of Paddington and Elizabeth CARR of Elton.
Spouse: Eliza ALLEN. Eliza ALLEN and William Mortimer FORTESCUE were married.
Spouse: Elizabeth COOPER. Elizabeth COOPER and William Mortimer FORTESCUE were married on 12 April 1869 in Parish Church, Islington, London. Children were: Arthur William FORTESCUE, Thomas Frederick FORTESCUE.
William Neynoe FORTESCUE was born on 27 March 1808. He died on 26 May 1831 in Vizagapatam, India.34 Conductor Ordnance Marass Army. Invalided 23 March 1831
William Stanley FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Claude Hamilton FORTESCUE and Ivy Isabel BUCKLE.
William Stanley (Stan) FORTESCUE51 was born on 1 May 1903 in Wellingborough, Northants. Parents: William Lewis Bateman FORTESCUE and Sarah Eliza NICHOLS.
Willis FORTESCUE1 was born in 1884 in Hill brow, Hants. He appeared in the census in 1911 in 13 Lateward Rd, Brentford, Middx. RG14PN6921 RG78PN343B RD128 SD4 ED54 SN167 13 Lateward Rd, Brentford, Middx
FORTESCUE, Willis Boarder 1884 27 M Single Bricklayer Hill Brow, Hants
Winefred FORTESCUE (private). Parents: William FORTESCUE and Ann .
Winifred FORTESCUE1 was born in 1893 in Addington, Surrey. Parents: Emma .
Winifred Emsley FORTESCUE13 was born on 23 April 1882 in St Pancras, London. She died in 1974 in Truro, Cornwall. Parents: Lewis FORTESCUE of West Tarring, Sussex and Emsley GRIST.
Winifred Lilian Pashler FORTESCUE1 was born in 1903. Parents: Thomas Pashler FORTESCUE and Kate Maude CHISNALL.
Winifred Lilley FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Sidney FORTESCUE and Blanche Amy (Amy) TOPHAM.