William Arthur LEWIS of Walthamstow (private).

Spouse: Eleanor FORTESCUE. Children were: Harold LEWIS, Norman LEWIS.

Millicent Lizzie LIBETTER11 was born on 21 January 1891. She died on 21 May 1974.

Spouse: Lionel Frederick FORTESCUE. Millicent Lizzie LIBETTER and Lionel Frederick FORTESCUE were married on 20 September 1924. Children were: Lionel Phillip (Phil) FORTESCUE, David Russell (Rus) FORTESCUE.

Esther Ann LILLEY3 was born about 1841 in East Hatley, Cambridge.3 She died in 1909. Window in Little gransden has her as Ella so her second name could be Annabella - ella for short. (Don Edge)

Spouse: Edward FORTESCUE. Children were: Ann Lilley FORTESCUE, Ada FORTESCUE, Florence FORTESCUE, Clara Rose FORTESCUE, Edward FORTESCUE, James FORTESCUE, Sidney FORTESCUE, Nathaniel John FORTESCUE.

LIPSCOMB (private).

Spouse: Caroline FOSCUE. Children were: Elizasut LIPSCOMB, Albert LIPSCOMB.

Albert LIPSCOMB (private). Parents: LIPSCOMB and Caroline FOSCUE.

Elizasut LIPSCOMB (private). Parents: LIPSCOMB and Caroline FOSCUE.

Carol LIST (private). Parents: Joseph LIST and Olga FORTESCUE.

John LIST (private). Parents: Joseph LIST and Olga FORTESCUE.

Joseph LIST (private).

Spouse: Olga FORTESCUE. Children were: John LIST, Carol LIST.

Catherine LLOYD2 was born about 1865 in Old Hays, Leicester.

Children were: Daisy Alice FORTESCUE.

Catherine LLOYD was born about 1865.

Spouse: Herbert Edwin FORTESCUE. Catherine LLOYD and Herbert Edwin FORTESCUE were married in 1890 in Melton Mowbray, Leicester. Children were: Daisy Alice FORTESCUE, Muriel FORTESCUE.

Gilbert Fredereck LLOYD (private).

Spouse: Valerie Shipton ILES. Children were: Jennifer LLOYD.

Jennifer LLOYD (private). Parents: Gilbert Fredereck LLOYD and Valerie Shipton ILES.

Spouse: Warwick Andrew FORTESCUE. Children were: Abbey FORTESCUE, Jacob Hugh Fortescue FORTESCUE.

John LLOYD of LLoydsborough, Tipperary (private).

Children were: John Jesse LLOYD of Cranagh.

John Jesse LLOYD of Cranagh (private). Parents: John LLOYD of LLoydsborough, Tipperary.

Spouse: Mary FORTESCUE.

Lucy LOCK137 was born in 1801. She died in 1893.

Spouse: Capt Alexander ELLICE RN. Children were: Katherine May Frederica ELLICE.

Frances LOCK-ROE30 died on 16 May 1955.

Spouse: Henry CAREW. Frances LOCK-ROE and Henry CAREW were married in 1889.

Edward LOCKWOOD (private).

Spouse: Countess Carolyn Mary HILL.

Eliza LOFT of Meopham was born about 1846 in Meopham, Kent.3 Parents: James LOFT of Meopham and Eliza PARSONS.

Spouse: George Walter FORTESCUE. Eliza LOFT of Meopham and George Walter FORTESCUE were married on 19 February 1876 in Meopham, Kent.46 Children were: Caroline Alice FORTESCUE, Sarah Eliza FORTESCUE, Edwin Walter FORTESCUE, Ellen Agnes (Nellie) FORTESCUE, Alfred James FORTESCUE.

James LOFT of Meopham was born about 1808 in Luddesdown, Kent. South St Cottage Census Place: Meopham, Kent, England

Marr Age Sex Birthplace
James (Senr) LOFT M 73 M Luddesdown, Kent, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Farmer 79A Employing 2 Men & 1 Boy
Eliza LOFT M 64 F Singlewell, Kent, England
Rel: Wife
Walter LOFT U 23 M Meopham, Kent, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Farmers Son
Thomas WELLS U 16 M Peckham, Kent, England
Rel: Servant
Occ: Mate

4 South St Cottage Census Place: Meopham, Kent, England

Marr Age Sex Birthplace
James (Junr) LOFT M 40 M Meopham, Kent, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Farm Lab
Mary A. LOFT M 41 F Meopham, Kent, England
Rel: Wife
Lily A. SELLING U 15 F Meopham, Kent, England
Rel: Daur In Law

Spouse: Eliza PARSONS. Eliza PARSONS and James LOFT of Meopham were married on 27 March 1839 in Strood, Kent.19 James LOFT
Sex: M

Spouse: Eliza PARSONS
Marriage: 27 Mar 1839
Strood Near Rochester, Kent, England
Children were: Eliza LOFT of Meopham.

Caroline LOFTIE of Pooley Bridge (private).

Spouse: Martin Denzil FORTESCUE.

Elizabeth LOGGIN23 died in 1664 in Brussels, Belgium.

Spouse: Charles FORTESCUE. Elizabeth LOGGIN and Charles FORTESCUE were married. Children were: Francis FORTESCUE, Maria Alathæa FORTESCUE.

LOIS FARRELL (private).

Spouse: Roger FORTESCUE. Children were: Nigel FORTESCUE, Douglas FORTESCUE, Adrian FORTESCUE.

Iris LONG (private).

Spouse: Edward Howard POETT. Children were: Marguerite POETT.

William LONGSTAFFE (private).

Spouse: Mary FORTESCUE.

William LONGWORTH of Hache Arundel53 died in 1664. Died aged 81

Spouse: Joan FORTESCUE of Combe. Joan FORTESCUE of Combe and William LONGWORTH of Hache Arundel were married.

Sir Edmund LUCYE (private).

Spouse: Anne FORTESCUE.

Adam LUGGE of Barnstaple (private).

Spouse: Gertrude FORTESCUE.

Alasda LUNAN (private).

Spouse: Violet Gwendolene (Gwen) FORTESCUE. Children were: Duncan LUNAN, Mary LUNAN.

Duncan LUNAN (private). Parents: Alasda LUNAN and Violet Gwendolene (Gwen) FORTESCUE.

Mary LUNAN (private). Parents: Alasda LUNAN and Violet Gwendolene (Gwen) FORTESCUE.

Frank LUNNISS46 was born about 1898 in Ilford, Essex. Went to Canada Parents: George LUNNISS and Ann Lilley FORTESCUE.

George LUNNISS was born in 1872 in Great Gransden, Cambridge. He was a Policeman in Bedford, Beds.

Spouse: Ann Lilley FORTESCUE. Ann Lilley FORTESCUE and George LUNNISS were married on 7 March 1894. Children were: Harry LUNNISS, Frank LUNNISS.

Harry LUNNISS was born in 1894 in Eltisley, Cambridge. Parents: George LUNNISS and Ann Lilley FORTESCUE.

Harry LUSCOMBE47 was born in 1561.

Spouse: Mary FORTESCUE of Fallapit.

Eliza LUTCHFORD11 was born about 1853 in Finsbury, London.

Spouse: Frederick FORTESCUE. Eliza LUTCHFORD and Frederick FORTESCUE were married before 1879. Children were: Edith B FORTESCUE.

George LUTTREL of Dunster (private).

Spouse: Elizabeth PRIDEAUX.

Spouse: Honour FORTESCUE of Buckland-Filleigh.

Andrew LUTTRELL of Hartland (private).

Spouse: Prudence ABBOT. Children were: Prudence LUTTRELL.

Prudence LUTTRELL (private). Parents: Andrew LUTTRELL of Hartland and Prudence ABBOT.

Spouse: Akellus (Achilles) FORTESCUE. Children were: Grace FORTESCUE.

Thomas LUXMORE (private).

Spouse: Anne FORTESCUE.

Lord George LYTTELTON17 was born on 17 January 1708/9.19 He died on 22 August 1773 in Hagley, Worcester.19 Jago refers to the Monody written by George Lyttelton in 1747 to the memory of his wife, Lucy Fortescue, whose home was at Ebrington near Chipping Campden. Lyttelton, the son of Sir Thomas Lyttelton of Hagley, Worcestershire, was the friend of Pope, Thomson and Shenstone, and his house at Hagley was a favourite resort of men of letters. His life was largely political. Born in 1709, and educated at Eton and Christ Church, Oxford, he made the usual grand tour, and entered parliament as member for Okehampton in 1735. He was a prominent supporter of the “patriotic” party against Walpole, and, after Walpole’s fall, became a lord of the treasury. In 1751, he succeeded to his father’s baronetcy, and, in 1756, after his retirement from a short tenure of the chancellorship of the exchequer, was created baron Lyttelton of Frankley. He died in 1773. His later years saw the publication of Dialogues of the Dead and of his History of the Life of Henry II. But at no season of his life was literature entirely neglected. He wrote poetry at Eton and Oxford; on his foreign tour, he addressed epistles in couplets to his friends at home; and, soon after his return, he appears to have composed the four eclogues called The Progress of Love. His poems include some songs and stanzas, of which the best are those addressed to his wife. His affection for her is a pleasing trait in a character which excited genuine devotion in his friends; and his Monody, composed in irregular stanzas, with a motto taken from Vergil’s description of the lament of Orpheus for Eurydice, 74 is written with some depth of feeling, although its reminiscences of Lycidas invite a comparison which it cannot sustain.

Twelve Lucy poems, variously ordered in different editions, tell Lyttelton's story of uneasy courtship, blissful domestic life, and abrupt and devastating loss

Take, for example, the first poem in Lyttelton's series, 'To Miss Lucy Fortescue.' It describes the inarticulateness that betrays the true lover:

Once, by the muse alone inspir'd
I sung my amorous strains:
No serious love my bosom fir'd;
Yet every tender maid, deceiv'd,
The idly-mournful tale believ'd
And wept my fancied pains.
But Venus now, to punish me
For having feign'd too well,
Has made my heart so fond of thee,
That not the whole Aonian choir
Can accents soft enough inspire,
Its real flame to tell.

Parents: Thomas LYTTELTON and Christianna TEMPLE.

Spouse: Lucy FORTESCUE. Lucy FORTESCUE and Lord George LYTTELTON obtained a marriage license on 14 March 1742. They were married on 15 June 1742 in St George's, Hanover Square, London. Children were: Thomas LYTTELTON, Lucy LYTTELTON, Mary LYTTELTON.

Spouse: Elizabeth RICH.

Lucy LYTTELTON19 died on 20 May 1783. Parents: Lord George LYTTELTON and Lucy FORTESCUE.

Spouse: Arthur ANNESLEY. Lucy LYTTELTON and Arthur ANNESLEY were married on 10 May 1774 in Westminster, St. James.

Mary LYTTELTON (private). Parents: Lord George LYTTELTON and Lucy FORTESCUE.

Thomas LYTTELTON (private).

Spouse: Christianna TEMPLE. Children were: Lord George LYTTELTON.

Thomas LYTTELTON19 was born on 30 January 1743/4 in Hagley, Worcester. He died on 27 November 1779 in Pitt Place, Epson, Surrey. Parents: Lord George LYTTELTON and Lucy FORTESCUE.

Sarah MABBETT (private).

Spouse: Henry FORTESCUE.

George Augustus MACIRONE was born about 1830 in Clerkenwell, London. He was christened on 13 May 1830 in St Boltoph, Bishopsgate, London. He died in 1910.

Spouse: Mary FORTESCUE. Mary FORTESCUE and George Augustus MACIRONE were married in 1870 in Shoreditch, London.

Ella MACKAY (private).

Spouse: George FORTESCUE. Children were: Ivan FORTESCUE, Roger FORTESCUE.

Elizabeth (Bessie) MACKESON (private). Parents: Julius Preston MACKESON and Florence West FORTESCUE.

Julius Preston MACKESON (private).

Spouse: Florence West FORTESCUE. Children were: Elizabeth (Bessie) MACKESON.