Clermont's text says that William married Alice!!
In 1369 William Fortescue and Nicholas Fortescue granted rights to the manors of Orcheston, North Allington, some in Tenhed etc to a Sir John Prideaux.
This William Fortescue married Alice, daughter of Walter Strechleigh, of Strechleigh, in the parish of Ermington, and thus obtained lands in Tamerton ; and, in 1360, by grant of his kinsman, Richard Maldett (Malduit), alias Somaster, whose mother had been a co-heir of De la Port, he had a further extension of property in the form of tenements at Old Port, in Modbury, and at Painston* He was succeeded by his son, William Fortescue (alive 1394), whose son of the same name, married, vitd patris, Elizabeth Branscombe, widow, who was a daughter of Sir John Beauchamp, and sister and co-heir of Thomas Beauchamp, of Ryme, co. From "Devonshire Wills," by Charles Worthy.
William FORTESCUE of Wimpstone and Anne STRECHLEIGH had the following children: