Charles FORTESCUE1 was born in 1852 in Banbury, Oxford. He appeared in the census in 1911 in Woodland, Horse Fair, Banbury, Oxford. RG14PN8294 RG78PN427 RD158 SD4 ED2 SN161 Woodland, Horse Fair, Banbury, Oxon
FORTESCUE, Charles Head 1852 59  M Married Solicitor Banbury, Oxon
FORTESCUE, Florence Mary Wife 1861 50  F Married Oxford u 1 none
FORTESCUE, Charles Lawrence Son 1879 32  M Single Land Agent & Law Student Banbury, Oxon
FORTESCUE, Annie Mabel Dau 1883 28  F Single Banbury, Oxon
FORTESCUE, Agatha Josephine Dau 1893 18  F Single Banbury, Oxon

Children were: Edward Clanor , Annie Mabel FORTESCUE, Agatha Josephine FORTESCUE.

Spouse: Florence Mary . Florence Mary and Charles FORTESCUE were married about 1910.

Charles FORTESCUE1 was born in 1878 in Hackney, London. He appeared in the census in 1911 in 40 Shakespeare Ave, Willesden, Middx. RG14PN7025 RG78PN346B RD129 SD1 ED45 SN312 40 Shakespeare Ave, Willesden, Middx
FORTESCUE, Charles Head 1878 33  M Married Carriage Cleaner Hackney, London
FORTESCUE, Emily Wife 1875 36  F Married Bucks Hill, Herts 8 2 2 0
FORTESCUE, Margaret Dau 1904 7  F Willesden, Middx
FORTESCUE, Charles Son 1907 4  M Willesden, Middx

Spouse: Emily . Emily and Charles FORTESCUE were married about 1903. Children were: Margaret FORTESCUE, Charles FORTESCUE.

Charles FORTESCUE1 was born in 1881 in Darwen, Lancs. He appeared in the census in 1911. RG14PN34154 RG78PN1973 RD623 SD3 ED1 SN121 Britannia Inn, Denbigh, St Asaph, Denbighshire
FORTESCUE, Charles Visitor 1881 30  M Married Actor Darwen, Lancs
FORTESCUE, Emily Isiah Visitor 1881 30  F Married Actress Milford Haven
FORTESCUE, Florence Ruby Visitor 1902 9  F Halesowen, Worcs

Spouse: Emmily Isiah . Emmily Isiah and Charles FORTESCUE were married about 1900. Children were: Florence Ruby FORTESCUE.

Charles FORTESCUE11 was born in 1886. Parents: Percy FORTESCUE and Jane THOMSON of Aberdeen.

Charles FORTESCUE was born about 1891 in Germany. Parents: Charles J FORTESCUE and Florence UNKNOWN.

Charles FORTESCUE103 was born on 18 May 1893 in Toowoomba, QLD, Australia. Lt-Col D.S.O., M.C. fought at Gallipoli in the 9th Batallion- a Jeweller of Toowomba

Charles FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Charles FORTESCUE and Emily .

Charles FORTESCUE 8th Earl Fortescue (private). Parents: Richard FORTESCUE 7 th Earl Fortescue and Penelope Jane HENDERSON.

Spouse: Julia B SOWERY. Children were: Alice Penelope FORTESCUE, Kate Eleanor FORTESCUE, Lucy Beatrice FORTESCUE.

Charles E. FORTESCUE3 was born about 1874 in England. He died on 2 January 1901 in Winburg, South Africa. C.E. Fortescue died of enteric at Winburg on 2 January 1901 and is buried there. His portrait photograph appears in 'The Story of the 34th Company (Middlesex) Imperial Yeomanry' by William Corner, published in 1902, and he is named on the Middlesex Companies of the Imperial Yeomanry Memorial in the crypt of St. Paul's Cathedral, unveiled by Field-Marshal Lord Roberts on 10 October 1906. Sold with photocopies of the QSA casualty roll which show recipient's initials as C.S. and also the QSA medal roll for the 34th Coy, 11th Batt. Imp. Yeo. which show initials as C.E. (regimental number is 6242 on both and confirmed 34th Co.) Parents: Capt Edmund FORTESCUE of Fallapit and Sophie Charlotte HOCHEPIED - LARPENT.

Charles Edward FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Herbert Walter FORTESCUE and Dorothy ( Dolly) WALLACE.

Charles Edward Keyser FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Herbert Walter FORTESCUE and Miriam EWEN.

Spouse: Marjorie . Children were: Angelia FORTESCUE.

Gen Charles Granville FORTESCUE CB CMG DSO of Castle Hill57,69 was born on 30 October 1861. He appeared in the census in 1881 in Royal Navy Vessel "Jumna". 2 nd Lieu R B He appeared in the census in 1911 in Residents of a house 1.59 in Richmond Military Barracks (New Kilmainham, Dublin). Colonel in Infantry Charles died on 1 February 1951. Colonel Hon. Charles Granville Fortescue fought in the Burma War between 1888 and 1889. He was invested as a Companion, Order of St. Michael and St. George (C.M.G.) in 1899. He fought in the Boer War between 1899 and 1902. He was decorated with the Companion, Distinguished Service Order (D.S.O.) in 1901. He was invested as a Companion, Order of the Bath (C.B.) in 1911. He fought in the First World War. He was decorated with the Order of the White Eagle of Serbia (1st Class with Swords) He gained the rank of Colonel and Honorary Brigadier-General in the service of the Rifle Brigade
Parents: 3rd Earl Fortescue Hugh FORTESCUE and Georgiana Augusta Charlotte Caroline DAWSON-DAMER.

Spouse: Ethel Rosa CLARKE. Ethel Rosa CLARKE and Gen Charles Granville FORTESCUE CB CMG DSO of Castle Hill were married on 29 December 1906. Children were: Anne Mary FORTESCUE, Lilah Rose FORTESCUE.

Charles Habert Lionel FORTESCUE1 was born in 1889 in Clerkenwell, London. He appeared in the census in 1911 in 1 Durham Rd, Edmonton, Middx. RG14PN7370 RG78PN357 RD132 SD5 ED20 SN260 1 Durham Rd, Edmonton, Middx

FORTESCUE, Charles Habert Lionel Son 1889 22  M Single Music Hall Artiste
Parents: Charles FORTESCUE and Annette .

Charles Henry FORTESCUE104 was born on 9 May 1896 in East Perth, WA, Australia. Parents: Charles HOARE and Elizabeth Jane DOUSE.

Charles J FORTESCUE76 was born about 1853 in Edinburgh, Scotland. He appeared in the census in 1911 in 47 Hayling Rd, Luston, Blything, Suffolk. RG14PN10968 RG78PN592 RD216 SD1 ED22 SN155 47 Hayling Rd, Luston, Blything, Suffolk
FORTESCUE, Charles Head 1853 58  M Married Actor Edinburgh
FORTESCUE, Florence Wife 1853 58  F Married Actress London 35 3 3 0
FORTESCUE, Thomas Son 1885 26  M Single none Newbury, Berks

Spouse: Florence UNKNOWN. Florence UNKNOWN and Charles J FORTESCUE were married about 1876. Children were: Ernest FORTESCUE, Charles FORTESCUE, Thomas FORTESCUE.

Charles Le Geyt FORTESCUE Professor19 was born about 1878 in Keewantin, Northwest Territories, Canada. Hudson Bay Factory where the Hayes River enters Hudson Bay He immigrated in 1901 to USA. He appeared in the census on 11 April 1930 in Pittsburgh, USA. Charles died on 4 December 1936 in Pittsburgh, USA. The Charles LeGeyt Fortescue Scholarship was established in 1939 at MIT as a memorial to Charles LeGeyt in recognition of his valuable contributions to the field of electrical engineering

Charles LeGeyt Fortescue, born at York Factory, Manitoba, 1876, son of chief factor of Hudson Bay Company-was the first electrical engineering graduate of Queen's University.

After graduation Fortescue joined Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company at East Pittsburgh and attained universal fame for his contributions to the engineering principles and analysis of power transmission and distribution systems. He is especially noted for development of polyphase systems analysis by the symmetrical components method. He made his way, evenutally, to MIT where he became a very well known and respected professor.

Its fascinating that Cecil Lewis Fortescue born 1881 also became a Professor of Electrical Engineering in London University, in the same period. One wonders if they heard about each other?

Parents: Joseph FORTESCUE and Sarah Jane MASON.

Spouse: Louise Cameron WALTER. Louise Cameron WALTER and Charles Le Geyt FORTESCUE Professor were married about 1905. Children were: Jane Faithful FORTESCUE.

Charles Matthew FORTESCUE of Stephenstown85 was born in 1813. He died in 1814. Parents: Matthew FORTESCUE of Stephenstown and Catherine Eglantine BLAIR of Blair.

Charles Ninian FORTESCUE74 died in 1858. Parents: Edward Bowles Knottesford FORTESCUE of Alveston and Frances Anne SPOONER.

Charles Percy FORTESCUE (private). Parents: George Frederick FORTESCUE and Anne CUMBERLAND.

Charlie FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Stanley FORTESCUE and Jessie .

Charlie Griffith FORTESCUE1 was born in 1869 in Upper Slaughter, Gloucs. He appeared in the census in 1911 in 9 Halford Rd, Richmond, Surrey. RG14PN3586 RG78PN135 RD41 SD1 ED6 SN114 9 Halford Rd, Richmond, Surrey
FORTESCUE, Charlie Griffith Boarder 1869 42  M Single Linen Buyer Upper Slaughter, Glos

Charlotte FORTESCUE of Cookhill (private). Parents: John FORTESCUE and Theodosia BRAUNE.

Charlotte FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Edmund Nathaniel William FORTESCUE and Elizabeth TROSSE of Trevollard, Cornwall.

Spouse: Col. James William DALGETY 68th regiment.

Charlotte FORTESCUE (private).

Spouse: Peter SERLE.

Charlotte FORTESCUE31 was born in 1766. She died on 10 August 1842. Clermont Text says born in 1766, Schematic says 1760 which is suspect as her brother Thomas James was born that year. So 1766 used as date. Parents: Rt Hon James FORTESCUE of Ravensdale Park and Mary Henrietta HUNTER of Crowland, Lincolnshire.

Spouse: Sir Henry (Harry) GOODRICKE. Children were: Sir Harry James GOODRICKE of Ribston Hall, Yorkshire.

Charlotte Augusta FORTESCUE4 was born in 1827 in Dublin, Ireland. She appeared in the census in 1911 in 9.2 Sallymount Avenue (Rathmines & Rathgar East, Dublin).

Charlotte Emma FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Ian Robert FORTESCUE and Helen Elizabeth BYWATER.

Chelsea FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Colin FORTESCUE and Kathy .

Chichester FORTESCUE of Donoughmore, Down (private). Parents: Sir Thomas FORTESCUE of Dromiskin and Sidney KINGSMILL.

Spouse: Frideswide HALL of Mount Hall in Devon. Children were: Thomas FORTESCUE of Dromiskin, Sidney FORTESCUE of Dromiskin, Gertrude FORTESCUE of Dromiskin, Lettice FORTESCUE of Dromiskin, Anne FORTESCUE of Dromiskin.

Chichester FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Thomas FORTESCUE of Dromisken, MP for Trim and Mary PAKENHAM.

Chichester FORTESCUE (private).

Spouse: Katherine PARKER.

Chichester FORTESCUE M.P.31 died about 1642 in Drogheda, Ireland. He died during th siege. Chichester entered the Inner Temple on 26th April 1633. In 1634 he was returned to the Irish Parliament for the borough of Charlemont. In 1642 he was returned for Carlingford but died within months in the siege of Drogheda Parents: Sir Faithful (Faskie) FORTESCUE and Lady Anne MOORE.

Spouse: Elizabeth SLINGSBY of Kippax, Yorkshire. Children were: Elizabeth FORTESCUE.

Chichester FORTESCUE of Dellin31 died in 1747. Unmarried no issue Parents: Capt William FORTESCUE of Newragh and Margaret GERNON of Milltown, County Louth.

Chichester FORTESCUE31 was born on 5 January 1718 in Lonmay, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. He was christened on 26 June 1718. He died on 15 June 1757 in DanganI, reland. IGI has 16 July 1757 at Dangan Chichester served as High Sheriff of Down in 1744. He was M.P. for Trim to the Irish Parliament from 15th October 1747 until his death. He was one of 124 MPs presented with gold medals for a popular and patriotic vote on 17th December 1754. The vote rejected the King's claim to a surplus of £300,000 in the Irish treasury, and insisted that it should be used for the benefit of Ireland. Parents: Thomas FORTESCUE of Dromiskin and Anne GARSTIN of Braganstown.

Spouse: Hon Elizabeth WELLESLEY of Dublin. Hon Elizabeth WELLESLEY of Dublin and Chichester FORTESCUE were married on 9 April 1743. Children were: Thomas FORTESCUE of Dromisken, MP for Trim, Richard FORTESCUE of Dromiskin, Rear Admiral Sir Chichester FORTESCUE, Gerald FORTESCUE of Dromiskin, Elizabeth FORTESCUE of Dromiskin.

Rear Admiral Sir Chichester FORTESCUE31 was born on 7 June 1750. He died on 8 April 1820 in Cullenswood, Dublin. Sir Chichester, born on 7th June 1750 became a Rear-Admiral. In 1798 he was returned as M.P. for Trim. Following in his brothers footsteps.

He was first cousin to the Hon. Arthur Wellesley, later the great Duke of Wellington.

In 1788 he became Ulster King-at-Arms. Heraldry is known to have existed in Ireland by the 13th century, imported by the English conquerors. Some traditional Celtic symbols have been incorporated in the arms of some families. The office of Ulster Herald was created by Edward VI.

From Freeman's Journal 8 April 1820

Lately at Cullenswood, near Dublin, in the 70th year of his age, Rear Admiral Sir Chichester FORTESCUE, Knt, Ulster King of Arms. He was third son of Chichester FORTECUE of Dromisken, in the co Louth, Esq by the Hon Elizabeth WELLESLEY, sister of the first Earl of Mornington, and aunt to Marquis Wellesley and the Duke of Wellington. He was appointed Captain in the Navy, Nov. 2, 1780, and retired as a Rear Admiral, March, 5, 1799. He succeeded his brother Gerald FORTESCUE, Esq as King of Arms 31st January 1788. By his decease, compensation annuities amounting to £1021 5s (besides his pay as a Rear Admiral), reverts to the public purse. Sir William BETHAM, who has for many years acted as Deputy King of Arms, is now Ulster Principal King of Arms: his succession to that dignity on the demise of Sir C FORTESCUE, the late King, was not a matter of course, the Deputy being by no means Heir Apparent; but the honour was conferred upon him by his excellency the Lord Lieutenant, as a mark of special favour, in testamony of the appoving sense entertained by Government of the efficient manner in which he has hitherto discharged the duties of the office. All who know Sir William BETHAM, and how much the Office of Arms is indebted to his exertions, will applaud the descernment of his Excellency in bestowing the dignity of King of Arms, upon a Gentleman so well calculated to fill the station with honour to himself and advantage to the public. Parents: Chichester FORTESCUE and Hon Elizabeth WELLESLEY of Dublin.

Spouse: Frances Anna JONES of Bendfoot. Children were: Richard FORTESCUE, Chichester FORTESCUE, Sydney FORTESCUE, Elizabeth FORTESCUE, Frances Anne FORTESCUE, Harriet FORTESCUE, Henrietta FORTESCUE.

Lieu Col. Chichester FORTESCUE MP of Dromisken105 was born on 12 August 1777. He died on 25 November 1826 in Dublin, Ireland. from the "Journal of Henry McLintock's Chichester, of Dromisken, succeeded to the family estates in 1779.

He went to Christ Church, Oxford and was awarded his MA in 1798. In that same year, when he was 21, he became an M.P. for the borough of Hillsborough in the last of the Irish Parliaments. Grattan's Parliament.

He was a Lieutenant Colonel of the Louth Regiment of the Militia.

Parents: Thomas FORTESCUE of Dromisken, MP for Trim and Mary NICHOLSON.

Spouse: Martha Angel MEADE-HOBSON of Muckridge House, Youghal, Cork. Martha Angel MEADE-HOBSON of Muckridge House, Youghal, Cork and Lieu Col. Chichester FORTESCUE MP of Dromisken were married on 10 August 1809. Children were: Martha Anne FORTESCUE, Thomas FORTESCUE 3rd Lord Clermont, Mary Florinda FORTESCUE, Rt Hon Chichester Samuel FORTESCUE Lord Carlingford, Harriet Angelina FORTESCUE.

Chichester FORTESCUE31 was born in 1794. Unmarried in 1869 Parents: Rear Admiral Sir Chichester FORTESCUE and Frances Anna JONES of Bendfoot.

Rt Hon Chichester Samuel FORTESCUE Lord Carlingford14,31 was born on 18 January 1823 in Glyde, County Louth, Ireland. He was born in 1862. He took the surname Parkinson before his own, in compliance with the Will of Mr Parkinson Ruxton of Redhouse, who was married to his aunt and who left him his estate in Louth. He died on 30 January 1898 in Marseilles, France. Died on the way to a health resort on the Riviera Chichester was buried on 5 February 1898 in Chewton Priory, Somerset. From an Obituary Rt. Hon. Chichester Fortescue was educated at Christchurch College, Oxford. He took a First Class degree in 1844 and won the Chancellor's prize for English essay in 1846.

In July 1847 he was elected an M.P. for Co. Louth, and in January 1854, he was made Lord of the Treasury. From June 1857 to March 1858, and from June 1859 to Nov. 1865 he was Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies. In 1865 he was appointed Chief Secretary for Ireland until the Government resigned in 1866, but he was re-appointed under Gladstone in 1868 and had a seat in the Cabinet. He is recognised as having done a lot of hard work for Ireland for which Gladstone took credit.

In 1862 he took the surname Parkinson before his own, in compliance with the Will of Mr Parkinson Ruxton of Redhouse, who was married to his aunt and who left him his estate in Louth.

He was sworn in as a Privy Councillor at Windsor on 7th April 1864.

In January 1871 he became President of the Board of Trade until 1874, when he was created a Peer - Baron Carlingford.

In 1874 he was appointed Lord Lieutenant of Essex.

Anthony Trollope based the Character Phineas Phinn mainly on Chichester.
See the Book "and Mr Fortescue" for the story of his passion for Lady Waldegrave.

From the Journal of Lord Carlingford of 1885, when he was a cabinet minister he records his financial difficulties after the death of Frances Barham

Lord Clermont, Carlingford's brother opposed his marriage to Frances as she had been barren in her previous 3 marriages and they had no issue Parents: Lieu Col. Chichester FORTESCUE MP of Dromisken and Martha Angel MEADE-HOBSON of Muckridge House, Youghal, Cork.

Spouse: Lady Frances Elizabeth Anne BARHAM Countess Waldegrave. Lady Frances Elizabeth Anne BARHAM Countess Waldegrave and Rt Hon Chichester Samuel FORTESCUE Lord Carlingford were married on 20 January 1863 in Trinity Church, Brompton, London.

Chirle G FORTESCUE19 was born about 1869. Parents: Lewis FORTESCUE and Helen SMITH.

Chris FORTESCUE (private).

Spouse: Honora DANIELL.

Christian Charles FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Barry Julian FORTESCUE and Micaela Christa EICHORN.

Children were: Lucas Daniel FORTESCUE.

Christine FORTESCUE (private). Parents: John FORTESCUE and Betty .

Christopher FORTESCUE Of St Wenne106 was buried on 9 October 1637 in Menheniot, Cornwall.

Christopher Joseph FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Edward (Ted) FORTESCUE and Gillian MARKHAM.

Cicily FORTESCUE (private). Parents: John FORTESCUE of Filleigh and Mary SPECCOT of Thornbury.

Clara FORTESCUE3 was born on 22 March 1850 in Little Gransden, Cambridge. She was christened on 21 April 1850 in Little Gransden, Cambridge. She died on 10 February 1916. Parents: Nathaniel FORTESCUE and Sarah GATTWARD.

Spouse: George SMITH. Clara FORTESCUE and George SMITH were married on 7 August 1872 in Little Gransden, Cambridge.33 Children were: Thomas John SMITH, Sarah F SMITH, George SMITH, Nathaniel F SMITH, Sidney SMITH.

Clara FORTESCUE11 was born on 15 November 1857 in Paddington, London. She emigrated in 1882 from Australia. She died on 25 October 1925 in Kurrajong, NSW, Australia. The Death took place at her late house "Sunnyside" Freeman's Reach on Friday last of Mrs Clara Simpson, widow of the late James Simpson, at the age of 67 years. The deceased lady had been living in the Hawkesbury districrt for about 10 years, succumbed after an illness of months duration. The remains were deterred in St Mathew's Church of England cemetery on Saturday. Among the mourners were (the) deceased's two sons Messers Francis and James Simpson; Mr Percy Fortescue, an ex-Sergeant of Police, of Scone (Brother): mr and Mrs Bert Fortescue, daughter, Mr Lionel Fortescue, Mr Charles Relph (son-inlaw) and friends. Rev Jenkyn R.D., conducted the in the church and at the graveside and Mr Chandler was the undertaker. At age 25 emigrated to Australia under assisted passage in the Seekirkshire in 1882 with her sister Ada, aged 22. (N.S.W. State Library) Parents: James Henry FORTESCUE and Emma Elizabeth Maton KNAPP.

Spouse: James SIMPSON. Clara FORTESCUE and James SIMPSON were married on 13 December 1889 in North Goulbourn, NSW, Australia. Children were: Lily Theodora SIMPSON, Minnie Dora SIMPSON, Ivy SIMPSON, Frank SIMPSON, Edna Irena SIMPSON, Arnold James SIMPSON.

Clara FORTESCUE33 was born in 1875 in Sth Hackney, London. LIved at Forest Road Walthamstow moving to chingford and then to Bromley Parents: Nathaniel FORTESCUE and Eleanor Susanah BOOTH.

Spouse: Charles Leighton GILLARD of Walthamstow. Children were: Richard GILLARD, Phyllis GILLARD, Mary GILLARD, Eileen GILLARD, Evelyn GILLARD.

Clara FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Harry FORTESCUE and Kathleen .

Clara Emma FORTESCUE3 was born on 5 April 1863 in City, London. She was christened on 10 January 1864 in St Bride Church, Fleet Street, London. Parents: James FORTESCUE and Margaret Mary BOUCHER.

Spouse: Francis William (William) MASON. Children were: Francis William J MASON, Albert E (Bert) MASON, Eveline Clara (Eva) MASON, Mabel D MASON, Henry Leslie (Harry) MASON, Lionel Fortescue MASON, Reginald Frederick MASON, Mildred Fortescue (Millie) MASON.