|William GRAY of Titchmarsh (private).|
Spouse: Jane FORTESCUE.
Emma GREGG (private).
Gary GREGG (private). Parents: Reg GREGG and Ellen (Nell) FORTESCUE.
Joyce GREGG (private). Parents: Reg GREGG and Ellen (Nell) FORTESCUE.
Judy GREGG10 was born in 1950. She died in 2000. Twin to Joyce Parents: Reg GREGG and Ellen (Nell) FORTESCUE.
Randy GREGG (private). Parents: Reg GREGG and Ellen (Nell) FORTESCUE.
Reg GREGG (private).
Rene GREGG (private). Parents: Reg GREGG and Ellen (Nell) FORTESCUE.
Ronald GREGG (private). Parents: Reg GREGG and Ellen (Nell) FORTESCUE.
Catherine GREGORY (private).
Mary GREGORY8 was born in 1658.
Anne GRENVILLE (private).
Sir Bevill GRENVILLE of Stowe (private).
Children were: Grace GRENVILLE.
Catherine GRENVILLE was born in 1761. She died in 1796. Parents: George GRENVILLE and Elizabeth WYNDHAM.
Charlotte GRENVILLE was born on 14 September 1754. She died on 29 September 1832. Parents: George GRENVILLE and Elizabeth WYNDHAM.
Elizabeth GRENVILLE was born on 24 October 1756. She died on 21 September 1842. Parents: George GRENVILLE and Elizabeth WYNDHAM.
George GRENVILLE19 was born on 14 October 1712. He died on 13 November 1770. Prime Minister of England
George GRENVILLE was born on 17 June 1753 in London. He died on 11 February 1813 in Stowe, Bucks. Late added Nugebt-Temple later on Marriage Parents: George GRENVILLE and Elizabeth WYNDHAM.
Grace GRENVILLE (private). Parents: Sir Bevill GRENVILLE of Stowe.
Hester GRENVILLE152 was born on 23 November 1760 in Wotton, Bucks.19 She died on 13 November 1847.19 Sister to 1st Marquess of Buckingham
Hester's Grenville and the Fortescue connection to Lincolnshire. A lithograph of her is in the Museum at Louth, Lincolnshire.
The connection with Lincolnshire goes back to 1692 when Hugh Fortescue married Bridget Boscawen the Heiress of the Clinton Family and granddaughter of Theophilus Clinton or Fiennes, the 4th Earl of Lincoln. The Family Seat at the time was Sempringham
From the book by Thomas Fortescue Lord Clermont "A History of The Family of Fortescue in all its Branches" published in 1869 and 1880 and on page 135 he writes.
"Hugh Fortescue, whose will is dated January 5 1714, died in 1719, and was succeeded by his eldest son Hugh, born in 1695; who in consequence of the death, without issue of Edward, thirteenth Baron Clinton, and fifth Earl of Lincoln, obtained that ancient Barony, which, on the 16th March, 1721, was called out of abeyance into which it had fallen in the year 1692, by a writ of summons to him as fourteenth baron, in the right of his mother Bridget Boscawen only child of Lady Margaret Clinton, youngest daughter of Theophilus, twelfth Baron Clinton and fourth Earl of Lincoln."
Seymour Fortescue published in 1920 a book "Looking Back" and he talks about the estates of his father the 4th Earl Fortescue. From Page 4:
"The Lincolnshire Property, which has since been sold (I believe to some firm of speculative land buyers) deserves a passing mention, for the Manor House of the property consists of the remains of the famous old brick castle of Tattersall. This Tattersall Estate came into the possession of my family about 1690, through the marriage of the Hugh Fortescue of the day with the heiress of the Earl of Lincoln, when it became her property (the male line of the Clinton family having died out), and has remained in our family until its recent sale."
The Lithograph is from a painting executd by Camilla Fellowes. Camilla and husband Dudley Fortescues were first cousins, grandchildren of Hugh and Hester Grenville but they do not appear to have any children. These family connections led to a another branch of the Fortescue Family inheriting Boconnoc from the Pitts.
Spouse: 1st Earl Fortescue Hugh FORTESCUE. 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.
Jane GRENVILLE (private).
Thomas GRENVILLE was born in 1755. He died in 1846. Parents: George GRENVILLE and Elizabeth WYNDHAM.
William Wyndham GRENVILLE was born on 25 October 1759 in Wotton, Bucks. He died on 12 January 1834 in Dropmore, Bucks. born 25 October, 1759, died Dropmore Lodge (Buckinghamshire), 12 January, 1834
MP for Buckingham 1782-84
MP for Buckinghamshire 1784-90
Created 1st Baron of Grenville on 25 November 1790 (then becoming Leader of the House of Lords)
Chief secretary for Ireland 1782-83
Paymaster and Joint Paymaster 1783-89
Vice-president of the Board of Trade 1786-89
Speaker in the House of Commons 1789
Home Secretary 1789-90
Foreign Secretary, 1791-1801
Prime Minister 1806-7 (of the government known as ‘All the Talents')
Chancellor of Oxford University 1810-34
Son of the ex-Prime Minister George Grenville (ministry 1763-65) and cousin of William Pitt 'the Younger', William Grenville's greatest achievement was the abolition of the British overseas
slave trade. As an attempt to crush the English radicals who were encouraged by the French Revolution, Grenville suspended Habeas Corpus in 1794. He and Pitt resigned in 1801 when King George III refused to consider granting political rights to Roman Catholics. On Pitt's return to power in May 1804, Grenville refused to be a part of the government because his greatest political ally, Charles James Fox, had been excluded from office at the king's insistence. On the death of Pitt in January 1806, Grenville formed the ‘All the Talents' coalition comprising Addington's followers, the Foxites, and his own friends. The administration's support for the Catholic Relief Bill led George III to dismiss the prime minister in March 1807 because Grenville refused to agree not to bring the subject up again. His active political career ended in 1823 when he suffered a stroke. He died leaving no heirs and his title became extinct.
Parents: George GRENVILLE and Elizabeth WYNDHAM.
Elizabeth GREY Baroness Chandoss (private).
Marie GRIFFIN (private).
Spouse: Bartholomew FOSCUE.
Spouse: Honour FORTESCUE.
Emsley GRIST13 was born in 1848 in St Pancras, London. She appeared in the census in 1911 in Cyprus Cott, 176 Tarring Rd, Worthing, East Preston, Sussex. RG14PN5331 RG78PN238 RD84 SD1 ED12 SN187 Cyprus Cott, 176 Tarring Rd, Worthing, East Preston, Sussex
FORTESCUE, Emsley Head 1849 62 F Widowed Private Means Hanway St, London 4 2 2
FORTESCUE, Winifred Emsley Lucy Dau 1883 28 F Single Book Seller's Shop Assistant Malden Rd, London
Spouse: Lewis FORTESCUE of West Tarring, Sussex. Emsley GRIST and Lewis FORTESCUE of West Tarring, Sussex were married in St Pancras, London. Children were: Winifred Emsley FORTESCUE, Edith Louise FORTESCUE.
Norman Cecil GUESS11 was born in 1888. He died in 1962.
Spouse: Dora Selina FORTESCUE. Dora Selina FORTESCUE and Norman Cecil GUESS were married.
Dorothy GUNN (private).
Lewis HACHE (HATCH) of Northaller, Sth Molton (private).
Spouse: Elizabeth FORTESCUE of Filleigh.
Sarah HAGGET (private).
Spouse: Ada Amelia FORTESCUE.
Benedicta Maria Theresa HALL of Salden (private). Parents: Henry Benedict HALL of Benedict Hall High Meadow, Glos and Frances FORTESCUE of Salden.
Spouse: 1st Viscount Thomas GAGE.
Frideswide HALL of Mount Hall in Devon (private).
Spouse: Chichester FORTESCUE of Donoughmore, Down. Children were: Thomas FORTESCUE of Dromiskin, Sidney FORTESCUE of Dromiskin, Gertrude FORTESCUE of Dromiskin, Lettice FORTESCUE of Dromiskin, Anne FORTESCUE of Dromiskin.
Henry Benedict HALL of Benedict Hall High Meadow, Glos (private).
John HALSE (private).
Richard HALSE of Kenedon (private). Parents: John HALSE and Sibell LAPSLAND.
Thomas HALSE (private). Parents: Richard HALSE of Kenedon and Jane FORTESCUE of Fallapit.
Jocelyn HAMBRO (private).
Spouse: Margaret Anne STRATTON.
Chichester HAMILTON was born in 1830.32 He died in 1879. Parents: Reverend Edward M HAMILTON of Brown Hall Donnegal. and Martha Anne FORTESCUE.
Reverend Edward M HAMILTON of Brown Hall Donnegal.31 was born in 1802.32 He died on 16 May 1861.
Spouse: Martha Anne FORTESCUE. Martha Anne FORTESCUE and Reverend Edward M HAMILTON of Brown Hall Donnegal. were married on 2 December 1828 in Murvagh, Donegal, Ireland. Children were: Chichester HAMILTON, Martha Angelina HAMILTON.
Elizabeth HAMILTON of Tolleymore31 died in 1756. Parents: James HAMILTON of Tollymore.
Spouse: Thomas FORTESCUE of Clermont. 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
Reverend George HAMILTON (private).
Spouse: Frances Anne FORTESCUE.
James HAMILTON of Tollymore (private).
Children were: Elizabeth HAMILTON of Tolleymore.
Martha Angelina HAMILTON (private). Parents: Reverend Edward M HAMILTON of Brown Hall Donnegal. and Martha Anne FORTESCUE.
Sir James HAMLYN-WILLIAMS 3rd Bart69 died on 10 May 1866.
Spouse: Lady Mary FORTESCUE of Castle Hill. Lady Mary FORTESCUE of Castle Hill and Sir James HAMLYN-WILLIAMS 3rd Bart were married on 5 February 1823. Burke's Peerage has it as 15 Sep 1823 Children were: Susan Hester HAMLYN-WILLIAMS.
Susan Hester HAMLYN-WILLIAMS (private). Parents: Sir James HAMLYN-WILLIAMS 3rd Bart and Lady Mary FORTESCUE of Castle Hill.
Spouse: Henry FANE.
Gary Vaughan HANSEN (private).
Spouse: Elizabeth Mary FORTESCUE.
Catherine HARDING (private).
Sybil Mary HARDINGE was born in 1899. She died on 29 May 1985.