|Tyler James TURNER (private). Parents: Ronald Edwin TURNER.|
Martha TURNOUR (private).
Spouse: Dudley FORTESCUE.
Spouse: Sir Bowyer WORSLEY.
Spouse: Nicholas HEIGHES.
Violet Gore TURTON (private).
Charles TURVILLE (private). Parents: William TURVILLE of Aston-Flamville, Leics and Frances FORTESCUE.
Children were: Wlliam TURVILLE.
William TURVILLE of Aston-Flamville, Leics (private).
Wlliam TURVILLE23 died on 12 June 1777. Parents: Charles TURVILLE.
Children were: Francis FORTESCUE-TURVILLE.
Mary Jemima Faithful TWEED13 was born in 1828. She was christened on 5 May 1828 in Stebbing, Essex. She appeared in the census in 1911 in 8 Redcliffe St, Kensington, London. RG14PN128 RG78PN4 RD2 SD1 ED41 SN405 8 Redcliffe St, Kensington, London
FORTESCUE, Mary Jemima Faithful Head 1827 84 F Widowed Private Means Stebbing, Essex none
Mary died in 1913 in Kensington, London. Parents: Robert TWEED and Mary LEAPINGWELL.
Spouse: John Faithful FORTESCUE. Mary Jemima Faithful TWEED and John Faithful FORTESCUE were married on 5 January 1869 in All Souls, St Marylebone, London. He was a bachelor of full age an Esquire of the Parish of All Souls Langham Place, the son of William Fortescue an Esquire. She was a spinster of the Parish of Little Baddow Essex, the daughter of Robert Tweed a Captain in the Royal Navy. The witnesses were Frederick Morgan Geffs, Emma Dagnall Laura Lewis & Jane Tweed.
Robert TWEED (private).
Edith TWYSDEN was born in December 1840 in East Allington, Devon. Parents: Rev. Thomas TWYSDEN and Elizabeth FORTESCUE.
Edmund Fortescue TWYSDEN was born on 8 August 1832. He died on 11 February 1864. Capt in the 55th Regiment. Died on the way home from India Parents: Rev. Thomas TWYSDEN and Elizabeth FORTESCUE.
James Stevenson TWYSDEN3 was born about 1829 in East Allington, Devon. He died in 1910. County Magistrate Parents: Rev. Thomas TWYSDEN and Elizabeth FORTESCUE.
Rev. Thomas TWYSDEN was born on 21 August 1801 in Tounsal. Devon. He died in October 1887. Captain in the Indian Army. Died on the way home.
Jane TYE (private).
Sir Halswell TYNTE (private).
Spouse: Grace FORTESCUE.
Dorothy TYRELL (private). Parents: James TYRELL and Marjorie Louise TEBBUTT.
Spouse: Howard BILLING.
Harry TYRELL123 was born on 27 January 1890. Parents: James TYRELL and Marjorie Louise TEBBUTT.
James TYRELL123 was born on 14 November 1857. Farmer at Gamlingay
Lawrence TYRELL (private). Parents: Harry TYRELL and Ethel SARLL.
Marjorie Louise TYRELL (private). Parents: James TYRELL and Marjorie Louise TEBBUTT.
Alicia Margaretta TYRWHYTT (private).
William UNDERWOOD (private).
Spouse: Elizabeth FORTESCUE.
Bernard UNGERSON C.B.E (private).
Children were: Clare UNGERSON.
Clare UNGERSON (private). Parents: Bernard UNGERSON C.B.E.
Spouse: William Archer IRVINE-FORTESCUE.
Florence UNKNOWN was born about 1855 in London. In 1891 she was an Actress in Oldbury, West Bromwich, Worcestershire.
Lily UNKNOWN4 was born about 1884 in Clare, Ireland. She appeared in the census in 1911 in 21.2 Burton Street (Kilrush Urban, Clare). Fortescue Lily 27 Female Head of Family R Catholic Clare Shop Keeper Read and write English Married - 11 2 2
Fortescue Michael George 1 Male Son R Catholic - - No - - - - - -
Fortescue Bridget Sarah Female Daughter R Catholic - - No - - - - -
Arthur UPTON (private).
Spouse: Catherine FORTESCUE.
David URQUHART of Cromarty, MP for Stafford died on 16 May 1877. Born: 1805
Birthplace: Braelangwell, Cromarty, Scotland
Cause of death: unspecified
Level of fame: Niche
British diplomat and publicist, born at Braelangwell, Cromarty. He came of a good Scottish family and was educated in France, Switzerland and Spain, and then at St. John's College, Oxford. In 1827 he went under Lord Cochrane (Dundonald) to fight for the Greeks in the War of Independence; he was present at the action of the 28th of September when Captain Hastings destroyed the Turkish squadron in the Bay of Salona, and as lieutenant of the frigate "Hellas" he was severely wounded in the attack on Scio. In November 1828 he left the Greek service. In 1830 he privately examined the new Greek frontier as determined by the protocol of March 22, 1829, and the value of his reports to the government led to his being named British commissioner to accompany Prince Leopold of Coburg to Greece, but the appointment fell to the ground with that prince's refusal of the Greek throne.
His knowledge of the local conditions, however, led to his being appointed in November 1831 attache to Sir Stratford Canning (Lord Stratford de Redcliffe), ambassador extraordinary to the sultan, for the purpose of finally deliminating the frontiers of Turkey and Greece. On his return to England he published in 1833 Turkey and its Resources, a violent denunciation of Russia. In 1833 he was sent on a secret mission to Turkey to inquire into possible openings for British trade, and at Constantinople he gained the complete confidence of the Turkish government. The situation, however, was a delicate one, and Urquhart's outspoken advocacy of British intervention on behalf of the sultan against Mehemet Ali, the policy of Stratford Canning, made him a danger to international peace; he was consequently recalled by Lord Palmerston.
At this time appeared his pamphlet England, France, Russia and Turkey, the violent anti-Russian character of which brought him into conflict with Richard Cobden. In 1835 he was appointed secretary of embassy at Constantinople, but an unfortunate attempt to counteract Russian aggressive designs in Circassia, which threatened to lead to an international crisis, again led to his recall in 1837. In 1835, before leaving for the East, he founded a periodical called the Portfolio, and in the first issue printed a series of Russian state papers, which made a profound impression. From 1847 to 1852 he sat in parliament as member for Stafford, and carried on a vigorous crusade against Lord Palmerston's foreign policy. The action of England in the Crimean War provoked indignant protests from Urquhart, who contended that Turkey was in a position to fight her own battles without the assistance of other Powers.
To attack the government, he organized "foreign affairs committees" which became known as "Urquhartite", throughout the country, and in 1855 founded the Free Press (in 1866 renamed the Diplomatic Review), which numbered among its contributors the socialist Karl Marx. In 1860 he published his book on The Lebanon. From 1864 until his death Urquhart's health compelled him to live on the continent, where he devoted his energies to promoting the study of international law. He died on the 16th of May 1877. His wife (Harriet Chichester Fortescue), by whom he had two sons and two daughters, and who died in 1889, wrote numerous articles in the Diplomatic Review over the signature of "Caritas."
To Urquhart is due the introduction into Great Britain of hot-air Turkish baths. He advocated their use in his book called Pillars of Hercules (1850), which attracted the attention of the Irish physician Dr. Richard Baxter (1802-1870), and the latter introduced them in his system of hydropathy at Blarney, Co. Cork. The Turkish baths in Jermyn Street, London, were built under Urquhart's direction.
Wife: Harriet Angelina Fortescue (three sons, two daughters)
Francis Fortescue URQUHART was born in 1868. He died in 1934. Parents: David URQUHART of Cromarty, MP for Stafford and Harriet Angelina FORTESCUE.
William VACY Of Vacy (private).
Spouse: Anastacia FORTESCUE.
Jillian VALPY (private).
Lady Bernard VAN CUTSEM40 died on 8 December 1975.
Countess Eleanor (Nell) VAN CUTSEM (private). Parents: Lady Bernard VAN CUTSEM and Lady Margaret FORTESCUE.
Lady Rosamond Isabelle VAN CUTSEM (private). Parents: Lady Bernard VAN CUTSEM and Lady Margaret FORTESCUE.
Anne VAN GRUISEN (private).
Annie VAUGHAN (private).
Dennis VENN (private).
Spouse: Luce FORTESCUE.
Nicholas VENNING of Hampton (private).
Spouse: Mary FORTESCUE.
William VERABY of Wantage (private).
Spouse: Jane FORTESCUE of Wantage.
Dinah VERMAN of Lamoman, Cornwall (private). Parents: John VERMAN of Lamoman.
John VERMAN of Lamoman (private).
Children were: Dinah VERMAN of Lamoman, Cornwall.
George Granville VERNON-HARCOURT MP for Oxfordshire was born on 6 August 1785. He died on 19 December 1861.32 George Granville Vernon-Harcour was the son of Most Rev. and Rt. Hon. Edward Venables-Vernon-Harcourt and Lady Anne Leveson-Gower. He married, firstly, Lady Elizabeth Bingham, daughter of Richard Bingham, 2nd Earl of Lucan and Lady Elizabeth Belasyse, on 27 March 1815. He married, secondly, Frances Elizabeth Anne Braham,
George Granville Vernon-Harcourt was also known as George Granville Harcourt.He lived at Nuneham Courtenay, Oxfordshire, England.1
Spouse: Lady Frances Elizabeth Anne BARHAM Countess Waldegrave. Lady Frances Elizabeth Anne BARHAM Countess Waldegrave and George Granville VERNON-HARCOURT MP for Oxfordshire were married on 30 September 1847 in Belhus, Avely, Essex.30
Viscount Thomas VESEY 2nd Viscount De Vesci241 died in 1804. The second Lord Knapton and created the first Viscount De Vesci in 1776. His library was bought by the National Library of Australia in 1995 and contained his copy of Clermont which included the 1885 supplement.
Spouse: Selina Elizabeth (Elizabeth) BROOKE.
Winifred VIDGEN was born about 1885.
Spouse: Thomas FORTESCUE. Winifred VIDGEN and Thomas FORTESCUE were married.
Alan Michael VINE (private).
Michelle Louise VINE (private). Parents: Alan Michael VINE and Linda Elizabeth FORTESCUE.
Christian VIVIAN (private). Parents: John VIVIAN of Trelawarren.
Elizabeth Jane VIVIAN12 was born about 1867. Parents: John Charles VIVIAN and Jemima CHARLES.
Spouse: Harry William TEBBUTT. Elizabeth Jane VIVIAN and Harry William TEBBUTT were married on 9 April 1907 in All Saints Church, Parramatta, NSW, Australia. Wedding certificate Ref 19007/5407
Florence VIVIAN of Trelawarren (private). Parents: John VIVIAN of Trelowarren.
Spouse: John FORTESCUE of Spridlestone. Children were: John FORTESCUE of Spridlestone, Richard FORTESCUE of Spridlestone, Robert FORTESCUE, Mary FORTESCUE of Spridlestone, Honor FORTESCUE of Spridlestone, Elizabeth FORTESCUE of Spridlestone, Barbara FORTESCUE of Spridlestone, Mary FORTESCUE of Spridlestone.
John VIVIAN of Trelowarren (private).
Children were: Florence VIVIAN of Trelawarren.