|Emma FORTESCUE87 was born about 1831. She was christened on 16 October 1831 in Holy Trinity, Exeter, Devon. She died on 17 February 1912 in Claremont, WA, Australia. Emma was buried on 18 February 1912 in Karrakatta, Perth, WA, Australia. They had 14 children Parents: John FORTESCUE and (Anna) Maria Sarah TOUT.|
Spouse: James Kekewick HOARE. Emma FORTESCUE and James Kekewick HOARE were married on 8 July 1850 in City Road, London. Children were: Emma Edith HOARE, Hannah Maria HOARE, Rosina HOARE, James George HOARE, Henry James HOARE, Minnie HOARE, Arthur HOARE, Alfred Edward HOARE, Charles HOARE, Louisa Jennette HOARE, George HOARE, Percy (Bert) HOARE, Ada Lilian HOARE, Alice Edith HOARE.
Emma FORTESCUE33 was born about 1836 in Knightsbridge, London.3 First name given as Emily in 1881 census.
Went to Australia in 1907 (Aged 71) on the Ortona. Parents: Robert FORTESCUE and Mary CARR of Elton.
Emma FORTESCUE3 was born about 1844 in Exeter, Devon. She appeared in the census in 1911 in 123 Harrison St, Grays Inn La, St Pancras, London. RG14PN700 RG78PN24 RD9 SD2 ED17 SN322 123 Harrison St, Grays Inn La, St Pancras, London
FORTESCUE, Emma Head 1844 67 F Single Charwoman Exeter, Devon
Parents: Thomas FORTESCUE and Sarah SPRAGUE.
Emma FORTESCUE was born in 1857 in Exeter, Devon. She appeared in the census in 1911 in 8 Albion Pl, Ramsgate, Thanet, Kent.1 RG14PN4522 RG78PN187 RD63 SD4 ED12 SN110 8 Albion Pl, Ramsgate, Thanet, Kent
FORTECUE, Emma 1857 54 F Single Ladies Help Exeter, Devon
Emma Clara Mabel Violet FORTESCUE11 was born on 31 December 1881 in Yackandah, VIC, Australia. She died on 26 July 1953 in Arncliffe, NSW, Australia. Parents: George Edward FORTESCUE and Selina Elvira MEURANT.
Emma Jane FORTESCUE was born in 1816. She was christened on 28 July 1816 in Thurning, Hunts. From Church register Parents: James FORTESCUE and Elizabeth COTTINGHAM.
Spouse: Anthony THOMPSON.
Emma Mary FORTESCUE11 was born on 22 June 1849. She was baptized on 30 June 1850 in St Marys, Paddington, London. She died on 14 July 1905 in Farnham, Surrey. Parents: James Henry FORTESCUE and Emma Elizabeth Maton KNAPP.
Spouse: Robert William SPEED.
Emma Vera FORTESCUE was born in 1885 in Camberwell, Surrey. Parents: James Richard FORTESCUE and Emma Fanny BURKETT.
Enid FORTESCUE was born in 1894 in Acton, London. She appeared in the census in 1901 in Acton, London. She died on 24 January 1960. Enid was a Beautician.45 Parents: Sidney Chichester FORTESCUE and Clarabel BIRCH.
Enid M FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Edward Gerrard FORTESCUE and Emily Rose DEARING.
Spouse: Derek J WALBRIDGE.
Erin FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Donald FORTESCUE and Pat SMITH.
Ernest FORTESCUE1 was born in 1862 in Holborn, London. He appeared in the census in 1911 in 57 Wynford Rd, Barnsbury, Islington, London. RG14PN883 RG78PN31 RD10 SD5 ED12 SN216 57 Wynford Rd, Barnsbury, Islington, London
FORTESENE, Ernest Boarder 1862 49 M Single Private Means Holborn, London
Ernest FORTESCUE125 was born about 1877. He appeared in the census in 1911 in 14 Southbourne St, Pendleton, Salford, Lancashire. RG14PN23944 RG78PN1381 RD465 SD1 ED13 SN91 14 Southbourne St, Pendleton, Salford, Lancashire
FORTESCUE, Ernest Head 1878 33 M Married Furniture Shop Manager London
FORTESCUE, Emma Wife 1880 31 F Married Nuneaton 11 3 3 0
FORTESCUE, Gertrude A Dau 1903 8 F Scholar Rugby
FORTESCUE, Ernest R Son 1906 5 M Nuneaton
FORTESCUE, Albert E Son 1909 2 M Nuneaton
Spouse: Emma WHEWAY. Emma WHEWAY and Ernest FORTESCUE were married in October 1899 in Manour Court Baptist Chapel, Nuneaton, Warwickshire. Children were: Gertrude FORTESCUE, Ernest Reginald FORTESCUE, Albert FORTESCUE, Frank FORTESCUE.
Ernest FORTESCUE was born about 1888. Parents: Charles J FORTESCUE and Florence UNKNOWN.
Ernest E FORTESCUE11 was born in 1866 in Tamworth, NSW, Australia. He died in 1928 in Annandale, NSW, Australia. Parents: John Thomas (Thomas) FORTESCUE and Elizabeth Mary GERKEN.
Spouse: Emily Josephine . Emily Josephine and Ernest E FORTESCUE were married before 1903. Children were: Burnetta J FORTESCUE, Dora E FORTESCUE, Basil A FORTESCUE, Herbert Joseph Valentine FORTESCUE.
Ernest George FORTESCUE1 was born in 1903 in Bermondsey, London. Parents: Ernest John FORTESCUE and Louisa Mary Ann .
Ernest Herbert FORTESCUE11 was born on 21 March 1868. He was baptized on 31 May 1868 in Holy Trinity, Paddington, London. He died on 11 March 1931. Parents: James Henry FORTESCUE and Emma Elizabeth Maton KNAPP.
Spouse: Elizabeth HAW (MATTHEWS). Elizabeth HAW (MATTHEWS) and Ernest Herbert FORTESCUE were married in 1904 in Boulder, WA, Australia. Children were: Frank Henry FORTESCUE, Edna Maud FORTESCUE, Nada Lillian FORTESCUE, Percival Herbert (Ron) FORTESCUE, Frederick James FORTESCUE, George William FORTESCUE, Harold Thomas FORTESCUE.
Ernest James FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Arthur James FORTESCUE and Ann (Annie) Kathleen STILL.
Ernest John FORTESCUE1 was born in 1881 in St Pancras, London. He appeared in the census in 1911 in 27 Major Rd, Bermondsey, St Olave (Bermondsey), London. RG14PN1898 RG78PN67 RD24 SD2 ED30 SN58 27 Major Rd, Bermondsey, St Olave (Bermondsey), London
FORTESCUE, Ernest John Head 1881 30 M Married General Labourer St Pancras, London
FORTESCUE, Louisa Mary Ann Wife 1869 42 F Married St Pancras, London 15 3 2 1
FORTESCUE, Florence Louisa Dau 1897 14 F Scholar Rotherhithe, London
FORTESCUE, Ernest George Son 1903 8 M Scholar Bermondsey, London
Ernest Reginald FORTESCUE125 was born in 1906 in Nuneaton, Warwickshire. He died on 26 May 1974 in Couridjah, NSW, Australia.126 Parents: Ernest FORTESCUE and Emma WHEWAY.
Ernest William George FORTESCUE was born on 13 March 1930. He died on 20 November 1980. Parents: William Stanley (Stan) FORTESCUE and Annie VAUGHAN.
Esther Winifred (Essie) FORTESCUE13,46 was born on 9 March 1914. She died in April 1988. Parents: Nathaniel John FORTESCUE and Mary Hardwick (Pet) RAINSFORD.
Esther (Essie) Wininfred FORTESCUE33 was born in 1913. She died in 1988.
Esther Mary Ellen ( Molly) FORTESCUE died on 8 May 1977 in Glebe Point, Sydney, NSW, Australia.127 Not Known whether this is her Mainden Name
Ethel FORTESCUE33 was born in 1876 in Sth Hackney, London. She was living in 1901 in Walthamstow, Essex. Parents: Nathaniel FORTESCUE and Eleanor Susanah BOOTH.
Ethel FORTESCUE3 was born about 1878 in Winwick, Hunts. She was living in 1906 in Lincs, Whaplode Drove.6 Parents: John James FORTESCUE and Mary TEBBUTT of Upton, Northants.
Spouse: William Edwin ROWLATT of Thurning.
Ethel Edith Nellie FORTESCUE11 was born in 1897 in Tallangatta, VIC, Australia. Parents: Albert John FORTESCUE and Emily Edith BURTON.
Spouse: Arthur AYRES.
Ethel Emily (Joey) FORTESCUE12 was born on 6 January 1893 in The Old House, Swavesey, Black Horse Lane, Cambridge. She died on 8 March 1938 in 12 Norton Road, Letchworth, Herts. She was buried in Golders Green, London. Trained at Addenbrooke,s Cambridge August 1917. Became a night nurse. Marriage broke up husband possibly a drunkard. No issue Parents: Frank FORTESCUE of Woolley and Minnie Elizabeth TEBBUTT.
Spouse: William ELKINS.
Ethel Herbert FORTESCUE3 was born about January 1876 in Plymouth, Devon. Parents: William Crawford FORTESCUE and Everilda Armenell MARSHALL.
Ethel Honour FORTESCUE19 was born on 7 January 1863 in Bareilly, West Bengal, India. She was christened on 28 January 1863 in Bareilly, West Bengal, India. Parents: Capt Edmund FORTESCUE of Fallapit and Sophie Charlotte HOCHEPIED - LARPENT.
Ethel Kate FORTESCUE1,33 was born in 1893. She appeared in the census in 1911 in Gowan Lea, High Rd, South Woodford, West Ham, Essex. RG14PN9597 RG78PN511 RD188 SD7 ED1 SN208 Gowan Lea, High Rd, South Woodford, West Ham, Essex
FORTESCUE, Ethel Kate Pupil 1894 17 F Single Scholar Walthamstow, Essex
She died in 1974. Parents: Sidney FORTESCUE and Kate Mary HARMER.
Spouse: Gerald James BROWN.
Ethel Louisa FORTESCUE was born in 1877 in St Marylebone, London. Parents: Joseph FORTESCUE and Louisa Caroline CARR.
Ethel Mary FORTESCUE11 was born in 1875 in Sittingbourne, Kent.19 She died in 1951. Parents: Henry James Francis FORTESCUE and Susan Priscilla BECKENSALL.
Spouse: Thomas Wilfred Wright BATE. Ethel Mary FORTESCUE and Thomas Wilfred Wright BATE were married about June 1902 in Rochford, Essex.15 Children were: Sybil BATE, Gladys (Bunny) BATE, Cora BATE, Rosemary BATE.
Ethel Susan FORTESCUE of Fallapit47 was born about 1859 in Cirencester, Gloucs.3 She was living in 1901 in Raterry, Devon. She appeared in the census in 1911 in Churston House, Kingsbridge, Devonshire. RG14PN12884 RG78PN743C RD274 SD4 ED2 SN31 Churston House, Kingsbridge, Devonshire visiting Aileen Twysden
FORTESCUE, Ethel Susan Visitor 1859 52 F Single Sick Nurse Cirencester
Parents: William Blundell FORTESCUE of Fallapit and Harriet Maria TAYLOR of Ogwell House, Devon.
Ethelred FORTESCUE (private). Parents: John FORTESCUE of Buckland Filleigh and Anne PORTER of Thetford, Norfolk.
Ethelreda FORTESCUE of Falkbourne (private). Parents: Sir John FORTESCUE and Philippa SPICE.
Eugenie FORTESCUE was born about 1863 in Winwick in Oundle, Northants.3 She appeared in the census in 1901 in Fleet, Lincs. She appeared in the census in 1911 in Fleet Rd, Holbeach, Lincolnshire. RG14PN19533 RG78PN1173 RD414 SD3 ED1 SN39 Fleet Rd, Holbeach, Lincolnshire
FORTESCUE, Eugine Head 1863 48 F Single Private Means Winwick, Northants
Eugenie was buried in 1936 in Thurning, Hunts.12 Gravestone in Thurning Church She died on 23 March 1936. Parents: John FORTESCUE and Anne Woods CAPP.
Eveline Margaret FORTESCUE3 was born in 1868 in City, London. Parents: James FORTESCUE and Margaret Mary BOUCHER.
Spouse: Francis DAW.
Evelyn FORTESCUE (private). Parents: George Edward FORTESCUE and Lillian Helen BREWER.
Everilda Mary FORTESCUE3 was born in December 1869 in Plymouth, Devon. She died after 1900 in Plymouth, Devon.19 Parents: William Crawford FORTESCUE and Everilda Armenell MARSHALL.
Faihful FORTESCUE44 was born before 1830. Parents: Faithful FORTESCUE of Ireland and Mary BYRNE.
Spouse: Mary MARRY. Mary MARRY and Faihful FORTESCUE were married on 29 August 1847 in Our Lady's Church, Ardee, County Louth, Ireland. Children were: Anne FORTESCUE, Mary FORTESCUE, Elizabeth Mary FORTESCUE.
Faithful FORTESCUE of Hatherleigh (private). Parents: John FORTESCUE of Hatherleigh and Joan WIVELL.
Spouse: Elizabeth FRAINE. Children were: Admiral John Faithful FORTESCUE of Writtle-Water House, Essex, William FORTESCUE of Lynn, Norfolk.
Faithful FORTESCUE of Ireland (private).
Sir Faithful FORTESCUE22 died in 1608. Faithful and his brothers Martin and Bartholomew were left the manor and lands in the parish of St. Peter's, Marland in April 1683. Faithful, born about 1512 served in the army in Flanders for several years, and when the Spanish invasion was threatened, received in 1588 a commission from Queen Elizabeth to raise men and arms for the camp at Tilbury, and he was knighted by the Queen. He died about 1608 at upwards of 96 years of age. One of his several daughters lived to be 102.
Parents: William FORTESCUE of Buckland Filleigh and Anne GIFFORD.
Faithful FORTESCUE22 died in 1679. Held a commission in a foot company in the army in Ireland, under Sir Thomas Fortescue of Dromisken. He died as a Lieutenant in 1679.
The lieutenancy was then given by the Duke of Ormonde to a William Fortescue, 2nd son of Sir Thomas Fortescue. The original commission was in the hands of the author, Sir Thomas Fortescue, Lord Clermont, at the time of writing his book (1865). Parents: Lieu-Col Faithful FORTESCUE and Eleanor WHITECHURCH.
Lieu-Col Faithful FORTESCUE22 was christened on 23 January 1601 in Northam, Devon.19 He died about 1683 in Northam, Devon. Faithful entered the Army and served in Flanders with distinction. He visited his cousin Sir Faithful, governor of Carrickfergus and drew up and formed the whole army in order of battle so well that he was given a captain's commission in the field by the Duke of Ormonde. He later became a Lieutenant Colonel and was present on the Royal side in several battles in the Civil War.
After the Restoration he was reinstated by Charles II in the position he had held under his father. He died aged 82.
Parents: Sir Faithful FORTESCUE.
Faithful FORTESCUE of Corderry31 died on 4 June 1785. M.P. for Louth in 1727 Parents: Faithful FORTESCUE of Corderry and Elizabeth TIPPING of Castletown.
Faithful FORTESCUE of Corderry31,72 was born in 1700. He died on 22 March 1740. Parents: Capt William FORTESCUE of Newragh and Margaret GERNON of Milltown, County Louth.
Faithful FORTESCUE of Corberry31 was born in 1781. He died in 1844. No issue Parents: Faithful FORTESCUE of Corderry and Maria SMYTH of Grange Lodge, Louth.
Spouse: Thomasine BURSTON.
Sir Faithful (Faskie) FORTESCUE128 was born in 1585. He was christened on 22 August 1585 in Wear Giffard, Devon. He died in 1666. Faithful was buried in 1666 in Carisbrooke Church, Isle of Wight, Hants. Sir Faithful went over to Ireland early in the reign of James 1st. Commanded a regiment of foot under his uncle, the Lord Deputy SIR ARTHUR CHICHESTER.
Faithful, the third son of John Fortescue of Buckland-Filleigh, was born no later than 1581 since in 1606 he was made Constable of Carrickfergus Castle, and he was unlikely to have been less than 25 years old at that time. He left school at a young age and had his education from Sir Arthur, 1st Lord Chichester, whom he probably accompanied to Ireland (in about 1588 or 9). The post of Constable was richly rewarded. His father left only £50 to Faithful, most - about £3000 - going to his eldest son Roger.
Faithful was knighted by King James in 1617. He acquired the territory of Clinaghartie, situated in the lower Claudeboye in County Antrim; there was a "Manor of Fortescue" there in 1860 although the lands and manor were sold in 1624. Faithful also had lands at Gortfadda, Co. Antrim. A seal was found nearby which is engraved "S. Riehort Fortescu"; it indicates that there was a marriage between English and Norman Fortescues. The seal is French and of the 14th or 15th Century. Faithful also acquired lands at Down, near Scarva, which remained in the hands of his direct descendants until 1827.
In 1634 a Parliament was called in Dublin, to which Sir Faithful was elected, first for the Borough of Dungannon, and then for Co. Armagh. His eldest son Chichester, of Donoughmore, Co. Down, succeeded him as the member for Charlemont.
On 24th October 1641 the rebellion broke out in the north of Ireland and the rebels marched south. They were in the neighbourhood of Drogheda, where Sir Faithful was governor. He resigned his commission. His son Colonel Chichester Fortescue died in the siege, and his second son John also died whilst Sir Faithful sought help.
He raised a troop of horse for the Irish expedition in 1642, and a company of foot soldiers. But when the Civil War broke out in 1642 they were compelled to join the Earl of Essex in opposition to the King. They changed sides in battle and Sir Faithful fought on the King's side as a Lieutenant-Colonel. He lost three sons in the wars in Ireland and the Civil War - Chichester, John and another, leaving Thomas as the eldest remaining son. The King directed that Chichester's places and charges "be passed to Captain Thomas Fortescue" (brother).
Sir Faithful went back to Ireland in 1646 when the King lost the Civil War. He opted to join the Parliamentarians rather than the Catholics in Ireland. He went to the Isle of Man for safety, but then went to Wales and was arrested and imprisoned for his "desertion" in the Civil War (above), first in Caernarvon Castle (9 months), and then in Denbigh Castle.
Sir Faithful was next recorded as following King Charles II to Scotland, and was with him at Stirling in 1651 and fought in the battle at Worcester on 3rd September 1651. He fled with Charles to the Continent until the Restoration in 1660. He lost his estates in North Ireland to the rebels. Charles II restored him to Carrickfergus, which then went to his son Thomas, who was Governor there.
Sir Faithful stayed with the King until the plague in 1665, when he went to the Isle of Wight, where he died at the manor of Bowcombe at the age of 85. He was buried at Carisbrook on 29th May 1666.
Sir Thomas Fortescue, Lord Clermont (the author of the book), placed a brass tablet on the wall at the East end of the church there.
When in Scotland with Charles he was called "Faskie"( Form John Nicol's diary written at that time)
Below is the summary of the Fortescue Papers held in the Northern Ireland PRO.
The lands of Dromiskin were the property of the See of Armagh. In 1622 Sir Faithful Fortescue of Carrickfergus (a nephew of Sir Arthur Chichester) bought the lease of the lands from Sir Moyses Hill. Upon Sir Faithful's death, Dromiskin passed to his eldest son, Sir Thomas Fortescue who consolidated the family's Co. Louth estate by purchasing several freeholds within the area, including Baltray and lands along the River Glyde.
The descendants of Thomas Fortescue continued to hold Dromiskin during the eighteenth century, whilst those of his uncle, William, held and/or acquired various estates in Louth and elsewhere. Sections D/4074/2-7 chart the rise in prosperity, of William's family, from his death in 1733, through 1777, the year when his grandson, William Henry Fortescue was created Earl of Clermont, to the year 1833, when the large Clermont estates (at Reynoldstown and Ravensdale, Co. Louth and Grangegeeth, Co. Meath) reverted to Thomas Fortescue of Dromiskin. Detailed maps (many coloured) are also included, along with a series of rentals.
Sections D/4074/8-10 of the archive contain deeds, leases, maps, rentals, etc, relating to other lands were acquired from or by the Fortescues, including five townlands near Banbridge sold by Chichester Fortescue of Dromiskin to the 3rd Marquis of Downshire in 1826. Of particular interest, however, are papers concerning the Levinge family of Knockdrin Castle, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath, whose lands at Stickillin, Co. Louth, were sold to Thomas Fortescue in 1835. The story of Stickillin represents an interesting example of the machinations of Williamite favorites (in this instance Henry Sidney, Earl of Romney, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 1692-1695) in relation to the post 1691 forfeitures. The land itself was originally part of the estate of Richard Talbot, 1st Duke of Tyrconnel, James II's Lord Lieutenant. After the confiscation of Tyrconnel's land by William III, Stickillin was granted to Henry Sidney, who in turn sold it to Charles Campbell of Dublin. In the wake of the English Act of Resumption of 1700, which sought to undermine the Williamite policy of rewarding favourites with large tracts of Irish land, Stickillin was sold by the Trustees of the Forfeited Estates to Sir Richard Levinge. For those researching the land settlement in the wake of the Jacobite defeat in Ireland, Stickillin makes a worthy case study.
Spouse: Lady Anne MOORE. Lady Anne MOORE and Sir Faithful (Faskie) FORTESCUE were married about 1615 in Ireland. Children were: Chichester FORTESCUE M.P., Capt John FORTESCUE, Sir Thomas FORTESCUE of Dromiskin, Roger FORTESCUE, Garret FORTESCUE, William FORTESCUE The Blind Fortescue, Lettice FORTESCUE, Mary FORTESCUE, Alice FORTESCUE.