Lord Chief Justice Sir John PRATT (private).

Children were: Grace PRATT.

Edmund PRIDEAUX (private). Parents: Humphrey PRIDEAUX of Solden and Honor FORTESCUE of Fallapit.

Sir Edmund PRIDEAUX of Netherton77,148 died on 28 February 1628. Created Baronet on 17 July 1622. Died 28 Feb 1628

Sir Edmund who purchased his baronetcy on 17 July 1622 ..... Edmund's
first wife was Bridget daughter of Sir John Chichester who was twice
sheriff of Devon. Of the three daughters she bore him one married
John Fortescue of Fallapit....

Spouse: Bridget CHICHESTER. Children were: Sarah PRIDEAUX.

Elizabeth PRIDEAUX (private). Parents: Humphrey PRIDEAUX of Solden and Honor FORTESCUE of Fallapit.

Elizabeth PRIDEAUX died on 22 May 1632.

Spouse: George LUTTREL of Dunster.

Fabian PRIDEAUX (private). Parents: Kevin William PRIDEAUX and Fiona Elizabeth Hartley EDGE.

Humphrey PRIDEAUX of Solden148,230 was born about 1573. He died on 13 March 1617. Died Of Sma llPox Page 103 of Prideaux book

When in 1600 Nicholas's son and heir Humphrey married the daughter* of
Edmund Fortescue of Fallapit in east Allington the father seated them
at Soldon being content to live in his new house in Padstow. But very
soon Humphrey died of Smallpox.

Parents: Sir Nicholas PRIDEAUX.

Spouse: Honor FORTESCUE of Fallapit. Honor FORTESCUE of Fallapit and Humphrey PRIDEAUX of Solden were married on 30 March 1600 in East Allington, Devon.148 Married in East Allington according to Prideaux Book. Children were: Nicholas PRIDEAUX, John PRIDEAUX, Edmund PRIDEAUX, Thomasine PRIDEAUX of Solden, Elizabeth PRIDEAUX.

Isabell PRIDEAUX (private). Parents: John PRIDEAUX of Orcaden and Joan FORTESCUE of Wimpstone.

Spouse: William COSBY of Dartmouth.

Joan PRIDEAUX (private). Parents: John PRIDEAUX of Orcaden and Joan FORTESCUE of Wimpstone.

Spouse: Thomas PAXWELL of Dorset.

John PRIDEAUX of Orcaden (private).

Spouse: Joan FORTESCUE of Wimpstone. Children were: John PRIDEAUX, Joan PRIDEAUX, Isabell PRIDEAUX.

John PRIDEAUX (private). Parents: John PRIDEAUX of Orcaden and Joan FORTESCUE of Wimpstone.

Spouse: HONYCHURCH of Daystock.

John PRIDEAUX (private). Parents: Humphrey PRIDEAUX of Solden and Honor FORTESCUE of Fallapit.

John PRIDEAUX of Orcharton8 was born in 1505. He died on 25 May 1567.

Spouse: Ellen WALDRON of Bradfield, Devon. Ellen WALDRON of Bradfield, Devon and John PRIDEAUX of Orcharton were married.

Spouse: Elizabeth COPPLESTON Of Bowden.

Kevin William PRIDEAUX (private).

Spouse: Fiona Elizabeth Hartley EDGE. Children were: Fabian PRIDEAUX.

Nicholas PRIDEAUX (private). Parents: Humphrey PRIDEAUX of Solden and Honor FORTESCUE of Fallapit.

Sir Nicholas PRIDEAUX (private).

Children were: Humphrey PRIDEAUX of Solden.

Sarah PRIDEAUX47 was born in 1584. She died in 1628. Parents: Sir Edmund PRIDEAUX of Netherton and Bridget CHICHESTER.

Spouse: John FORTESCUE of Fallapit. Sarah PRIDEAUX and John FORTESCUE of Fallapit were married in East Allington, Devon.148 Children were: Sir Edmund FORTESCUE of Fallapit, Mary FORTESCUE of Fallapit, John FORTESCUE of Fallapit, Thomas FORTESCUE of Fallapit, Peter FORTESCUE of Cruft, George FORTESCUE of Fallapit, Bridget FORTESCUE of Fallapit.

Thomasine PRIDEAUX of Solden231 was born on 23 October 1603.148 She was living in 1655. Named in her husbands will. Parents: Humphrey PRIDEAUX of Solden and Honor FORTESCUE of Fallapit.

Spouse: John FORTESCUE of Buckland-Filleigh. Thomasine PRIDEAUX of Solden and John FORTESCUE of Buckland-Filleigh were married before 1622. Children were: William FORTESCUE of Buckland-Filleigh, Mary FORTESCUE of Buckland-Filleigh, James FORTESCUE of Ford, Milton Abbot, Elizabeth FORTESCUE of Buckland Filleigh, John FORTESCUE of Shebbear, Honour FORTESCUE of Buckland-Filleigh, Roger FORTESCUE of Buckland-Filleigh, Humphrey FORTESCUE of Buckland-Filleigh, Anne FORTESCUE of Buckland-Filleigh, Gertrude FORTESCUE of Buckland-Filleigh, Thomazine FORTESCUE of Buckland-Filleigh.

William PRIDEAUX of Langford, South Tavistock (private).

Spouse: Ethelred FORTESCUE.

Caroline Dorothy PRIDEAUX-BRUNE (private).

Spouse: Admiral Sir William Legge George HOSTE. Children were: Dorothy Augusta HOSTE.

Jone (Joan) PRIDIAUX of Adiston (private).

Spouse: Baldwin AKELANE. Children were: John AKELANE of Akelane.

William PRISK (private).

Spouse: Margaret FORTESCUE.

Joan PRUTESTON of Preston, Ermington, Devon39 died on 23 May 1501. Daughter and heiress of John Pruteston or Preston Parents: John PRUTESTON of Prutteston, Ermington, Devon.

Spouse: John FORTESCUE of Wimpstone. Joan PRUTESTON of Preston, Ermington, Devon and John FORTESCUE of Wimpstone were married about 1450. Children were: Joane FORTESCUE, John FORTESCUE of Wimpstone, William FORTESCUE of Pruteston, John FORTESCUE of Spridlestone.

John PRUTESTON of Prutteston, Ermington, Devon77 died about 1468. Pruteston or Preston

Children were: Joan PRUTESTON of Preston, Ermington, Devon.

Sir John PULTENEY of Misterton, Leics (private).

Spouse: Marjery FORTESCUE.

Laurence Nutter PYE (private).

Spouse: Martha FORTESCUE.

Major Reverend Henry A PYKE72 died on 24 September 1936. An Australian from Sydney, NSW Chaplain in A.I.F.

Spouse: Edythe Magdelen CUNNINGHAM. Edythe Magdelen CUNNINGHAM and Major Reverend Henry A PYKE were married on 25 March 1918 in Dorset.

Eleanor PYNE of Heavytree, Exeter (private). Parents: Nathaniel PYNE.

Spouse: Faithful FORTESCUE of Hatherleigh. Children were: Elizabeth FORTESCUE.

Joan PYNE8 died in 1480.

Spouse: John COBLEIGH of Brightley. Children were: John COBLEIGH of Brightley in Chittlehampton.

Nathaniel PYNE (private).

Children were: Eleanor PYNE of Heavytree, Exeter.

J QUINCY of Achurch (private).

Spouse: Jane FORTESCUE.

Elizabeth Albertina QUINN (private).

Spouse: Major Frederick Richard Norman FORTESCUE of Stephenstown. Children were: Henry Anstruther Norman Ebrington FORTESCUE, Florence Eglantine FORTESCUE.

Mary Hardwick (Pet) RAINSFORD46 was born in 1887. She died in 1954.

Spouse: Nathaniel John FORTESCUE. Mary Hardwick (Pet) RAINSFORD and Nathaniel John FORTESCUE were married. Children were: Esther Winifred (Essie) FORTESCUE, Stewart Nathaniel FORTESCUE.

John (Jack) RALEIGH of Ford (private). Parents: Walter RAWLEIGH of Fardell and Alice DRAKE.

Spouse: Anne FORTESCUE of Filleigh.

John RANDALL of Burian (private).

Spouse: Agnes FORTESCUE.

Mary RANDALL (private).

Spouse: John FOSCUE.

Kathryn RANDLES (private). Parents: Paul RANDLES of Natal.

Spouse: Alexander Ramsay IRVINE-FORTESCUE. Children were: Mark Paul IRVINE-FORTESCUE, Nicolas Alexander IRVINE-FORTESCUE, James Ramsay IRVINE-FORTESCUE.

Paul RANDLES of Natal (private).

Children were: Kathryn RANDLES.

Walter RAWLEIGH of Fardell (private).

Spouse: Alice DRAKE. Children were: John (Jack) RALEIGH of Ford.

Mary Anne Jane RAYNER75 was born in 1823 in Nova Scotia, Halifax. She died on 1 December 1884.

Spouse: Joseph FORTESCUE. Mary Anne Jane RAYNER and Joseph FORTESCUE were married on 27 November 1848 in Nuneaton, Warwickshire. Children were: Elizabeth Jane FORTESCUE, Isabella FORTESCUE, Joseph Rayner FORTESCUE, Elizabeth Margaret FORTESCUE, Henry FORTESCUE, Emily Jane FORTESCUE, John Holmes FORTESCUE.

Florence REA11 was born in 1898. Parents: William REA and Selina Lucy Maude FORTESCUE.

Spouse: Clifford NEVILLE.

George REA (private). Parents: William REA and Selina Lucy Maude FORTESCUE.

Spouse: Effie STARK. Children were: Marlon REA.

Marlon REA (private). Parents: George REA and Effie STARK.

Spouse: Margaret PHILLIPS.

William REA (private).

Spouse: Selina Lucy Maude FORTESCUE. Children were: Florence REA, George REA.

Ellinor READE of Hanger, Devon (private).

Spouse: Edward FORTESCUE of Fallapit. Children were: Reed FORTESCUE of Cornwood, George FORTESCUE, Ralph FORTESCUE, Sibella FORTESCUE, John FORTESCUE, Edmund FORTESCUE, Honour FORTESCUE, Phillipa FORTESCUE.

Reverend George H READE (private).

Spouse: Frances Anne FORTESCUE.

Mary READE (private).

Spouse: Charles FORTESCUE. Children were: William FORTESCUE.

Anne REDE23 was born about 1510. She was buried in January 1585 in Welford, near Newbury, Berks.23 Her Son Thomas erected erected an alabaster monument to her She died on 5 January 1585. Lady Anne Fortescue was remembered by Queen Mary, who took her into her favour in 1553, after her father's heresy. She attended the queen on 30th September, and was granted several manors in Gloucestershire, namely Pannington, Gotherington, Tredington, and Washbourne near Tewkesbury, and the Manor of Hamstead near Chipping-Sodbury. Gotherington and Washbourne were sold by her grandson Sir Francis Fortescue in 1620.

Anne Rede was the daughter of Sir William Rede, Read, or Reade of Boarstall, Buckinghamshire (1470-1527) and Anne Warham. She married three times. Her first husband was Sir Giles Greville or Grevill of Wick, Worcestershire (d. April 1528), controller of the household to Princess Mary. In about 1530, she married Sir Adrian Fortescue (c.1481-x. July 9,1539), who was engaged in a long-running dispute over land with the family of his first wife, Anne Stonor (c.1484-June 14, 1518). On one occasion, according to later testimony before the Star Chamber, a party led by Sir Walter Stonor attacked Stonor Manor and dragged Anne Rede, who was pregnant, out of her chamber. Anne and Fortescue also contested the inheritance of one of Sir Giles Greville's manors by his daughter by an earlier marriage and her second husband. Fortescue, in 1532, joined the knights of St. John of Jerusalem, an order that was abolished by Parliament in 1534/5. In August 1534, for refusing to take the Oath of Succession, he was imprisoned in the Marshalsea. The family was based at Brightwell in Oxfordshire when, in February 1539, for refusing to take the Oath of Supremacy, Sir Adrian was arrested again and this time charged with "sedition and refusing allegiance" and beheaded. He was beatified in 1895. By Fortescue, Anne was the mother of Sir John (1533-December 23, 1607), Thomas (May 13, 1534-1611), Sir Anthony (c.1535-c.1611), Elizabeth (d.1602), and Mary. Her third husband, married in about 1540, was Sir Thomas Parry (c.1505-December 15, 1560), who entered the service of Princess Elizabeth by 1548, when he was her cofferer. He was arrested in 1549 because of his knowledge of the activities of Lord Admiral Thomas Seymour but later released. Their children were Thomas (1544-1616), Edward (b.c.1540), Anne, Frances, and Muriel (d.1616). The Parry seat was at Wallingford, Berkshire, but Anne was in the household of Elizabeth Tudor both before and after she became queen. On September 30, 1553, she was in attendance on Queen Mary. Mary granted her Pannington, Gotherington, Tredington, Washbourne, and Hamstead in Gloucestershire. Anne Parry was a lady of the privy chamber to Queen Elizabeth when she retired from the court in 1566. She received an annuity and more land in Gloucestershire. Portrait: alabaster effigy on her tomb in Wilford, Berkshire, erected by her son Thomas.

She died on 5th January 1585, aged 75, and was buried at Welford, near Newbury,
Parents: Sir William REDE.

Spouse: Sir Adrian FORTESCUE. Anne REDE and Sir Adrian FORTESCUE were married about 1530. Children were: Rt Hon Sir John FORTESCUE of Salden, Thomas FORTESCUE of Donnington, Sir Anthony FORTESCUE of Salden, Elizabeth FORTESCUE of Salden, Mary FORTESCUE of Salden.

Spouse: Thomas PARRY. Anne REDE and Thomas PARRY were married after 1539.

Sir William REDE (private).

Children were: Anne REDE.

Frances REDLINGFIELD (private).

Spouse: Katherine FORTESCUE.