Graeme Edward FORTESCUE11 was born about 1940. He died on 6 June 1993. Parents: Hector George FORTESCUE and Edna THACKERAY.

Spouse: Penelope WHITE. Children were: Ian FORTESCUE, Darren FORTESCUE, Murray FORTESCUE.

Graham FORTESCUE (private). Parents: William Leonard FORTESCUE and Gertrude Man .

Granville FORTESCUE of Castle Hill69 was born in 1827. He died in 1827. Parents: 2nd Earl Fortescue Hugh FORTESCUE and Susan RYDER.

Capt Grenville FORTESCUE57 was born on 15 March 1887 in Chelsea, London. He was living in 1901 in Kinson, Dorset. He died on 4 September 1915. Name: FORTESCUE, GRENVILLE
Initials: G
Nationality: United Kingdom
Rank: Captain
Regiment: Rifle Brigade
Unit Text: 11th Bn. formerly 4th Bn.
Age: 28
Date of Death: 04/09/1915
Additional information: Son of Capt. the Hon. Arthur Fortescue (Coldstream Guards) and of Mrs. Gertrude Fortescue (nee Fane); husband of Adelaide Fortescue, of Thorney Wood, Christchurch, Hants. Born in London.
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: D. 14.
Captain, 11th Battalion, formerly 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade. Killed in action. Parents: Arthur Grenville FORTESCUE of Castle Hill and Lilla Gertrude Ellen (Gertrude) FANE.

Spouse: Adelaide JEPSON. Children were: Brig Arthur Henry FORTESCUE MBE, MC, Diana FORTESCUE.

Guy Geoffrey FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Geoffrey Joseph FORTESCUE and Patricia Mary SWABEY.

Spouse: Beverly HOPKINS. Children were: Hannah Rachel FORTESCUE, Benjanin Guy FORTESCUE, Samuel Guy FORTESCUE.

Guy George deGinchey FORTESCUE3 was born about 1873 in Knotting, Beds.3 He was christened on 16 February 1873. He appeared in the census in 1901 in Lincs, Grimsby, Clee. Dockside Worker Parents: Frederick FORTESCUE and Ann SMITH.

Gwendoline FORTESCUE2 was born about 1898 in Handsworth, Staffs. Parents: Latimer West FORTESCUE and Elizabeth Alice .

Gwendoline Mary Gertrude FORTESCUE51 was born on 4 October 1903 in Great Brickhill, Bucks. She died on 27 March 1983. No Issue. Gwen and Grace Fortescue corresponded for years. The list of Lewis and Ruth Bateman's children came from her.

Group Photo: l to r back row Joyce and Peter, Gwen and Percy, Iris and Don
front row Gwen's father and mother, children not known

Parents: Albert ( Bert ) Edward FORTESCUE and Josehine Ellen (Nellie) SAYER.

Spouse: Percy ( Perce ) ELDRED. Gwendoline Mary Gertrude FORTESCUE and Percy ( Perce ) ELDRED were married on 28 October 1933 in Saint Andrew and Mary, Norwich, Horsham St Faith, Norfolk.

Gwendoline Nellie FORTESCUE33 was born on 21 May 1903 in Hackney, London. She died in January 1987 in Oxford. Gwen married but no isue Parents: Nathaniel FORTESCUE and Jessie Louisa TAYLOR.

Spouse: James G CLARK.

Hanah FORTESCUE11 was born in 1795 in Great Gidding, Hunts. She was christened on 12 October 1795. Parents: Nathaniel FORTESCUE of Gt Gidding and Elizabeth MANN.

Spouse: George CAMBERS. Hanah FORTESCUE and George CAMBERS were married on 7 February 1820 in St Neots, Cambridge. Children were: George CAMBERS.

Hannah FORTESCUE of Wantage (private). Parents: James FORTESCUE and Elizabeth .

Hannah FORTESCUE (private). Parents: William FORTESCUE and Hannah .

Hannah FORTESCUE123 was born on 18 July 1827. Born at 5 am. In 1881 Census she took 2 years off her age. She was baptized on 19 August 1827 in Leighton Bromswold, Hunts. Church Register She appeared in the census in 1881 in Brampton Road, Huntingdon St Mary, Huntingdon. Hannah JELLIS Head W Female 52 Leighton, Huntingdon, England Annuitant
Jane FORTESCUE Sister U Female 41 Leighton, Huntingdon, England Annuitant
Penelope JELLIS Visitor U Female 41 Winwick, Huntingdon, England Annuitant Hannah died on 20 July 1887. Died about 8 am. From: Census Records - Leighton, Hunts: 1851 shows Hannah, unmarried, aged 23, living at home - Salome Lodge. 1871 shows Hannah (aged 43), married to Joseph Jellis, and they were farming at Salome Lodge. Sister Jane was living with them.

1881 census shows that Joseph is now dead Jane is still living with her at Brampton Road Huntingdon St Mary Parents: Lewis FORTESCUE and Ruth BATEMAN of Hamerton.

Spouse: Joseph JELLIS. Hannah FORTESCUE and Joseph JELLIS were married on 25 October 1851 in Leighton Bromswold, Hunts. Described in Leighton Register as Farmer of Hamerton Register signed by Lewis Fortescue, Lucy Fortescue, John Fortescue, and Anne Jellis

Perhaps Anne is the mother of Joseph. Children were: Lewis Robert JELLIS, Joseph JELLIS.

Hannah FORTESCUE was born in 1848 in Woolley, Hunts. Info from Census Records - Woolley, Hunts; 1851 (aged 3) Parents: Thomas FORTESCUE of Woolley and Hephzibah KNIGHTON. Parents: Thomas FORTESCUE and Hephzibah KNIGHTON.

Hannah FORTESCUE (private). Parents: George FORTESCUE and Hannah .

Hannah Rachel FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Guy Geoffrey FORTESCUE and Beverly HOPKINS.

Harold FORTESCUE51 was born in 1881 in Little Irchester, Northants. He was baptized on 10 July 1881 in Irchester Church, Northants. From Irchester Church register Northants records office. Son of Gerrard & Mary of Irchester Lodge He died in 1949 in Manitoba, Canada. Emigrated to Canada and worked at Dodges Dairy Farm in the Rural Municipality of Springfield. met Jessie there and they rented a house on the farm. In the early 1920's they bought their own dairy farm. For many years he was on the Local School Board. He lived on the farm until he died. Parents: Gerrard FORTESCUE and Mary PASHLER.

Spouse: Jessie CAMERON. Jessie CAMERON and Harold FORTESCUE were married on 19 November 1909 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.10 Children were: Mary FORTESCUE, Ellen (Nell) FORTESCUE, John (Jack) FORTESCUE, Alexander FORTESCUE, Edna FORTESCUE.

Harold FORTESCUE2 was born about 1893 in Nottingham, Notts. He died on 26 September 1915 in France. Name: FORTESCUE, HAROLD
Initials: H
Nationality: United Kingdom
Rank: Serjeant
Regiment: Lincolnshire Regiment
Unit Text: 8th Bn.
Age: 22
Date of Death: 26/09/1915
Service No: 11885
Additional information: Son of George and Hannah Fortescue, of 26, Brighton St., Nottingham.
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 31 to 34.

Parents: George FORTESCUE and Hannah .

Harold Egbert FORTESCUE11 was born in 1883. Parents: Percy FORTESCUE and Jane THOMSON of Aberdeen.

Harold Joseph FORTESCUE11,61 was born in 1885 in Marylebone, London. Parents: Joseph FORTESCUE and Louisa Caroline CARR.

Spouse: Gladys May Beatrice FORTESCUE. Gladys May Beatrice FORTESCUE and Harold Joseph FORTESCUE were married in December 1915 in St Mark's Church, Islington, London. Mariage Licence signed by Louisa C Fortescue and Joseph Fortescue Children were: Joan FORTESCUE, Geoffrey Joseph FORTESCUE.

Harold Thomas FORTESCUE11 was born on 13 January 1926. He died on 11 February 2010. Parents: Ernest Herbert FORTESCUE and Elizabeth HAW (MATTHEWS).

Spouse: Marjory DELL. Children were: Kevin Alexander FORTESCUE, Linda Elizabeth FORTESCUE, Jeanie Anne FORTESCUE, Nada Maureen FORTESCUE.

Harriet FORTESCUE (private). Parents: James FORTESCUE and Elizabeth COTTINGHAM.

Spouse: JERVIS.

Harriet FORTESCUE31 died on 21 January 1816. Parents: Thomas FORTESCUE of Dromisken, MP for Trim and Mary NICHOLSON.

Spouse: Rt Hon George KNOX. Harriet FORTESCUE and Rt Hon George KNOX were married on 12 November 1812. Children were: Isabella KNOX, John Chichester KNOX.

Harriet FORTESCUE31 was born about 1802 in Dromiskin, County Louth, Ireland. Parents: Rear Admiral Sir Chichester FORTESCUE and Frances Anna JONES of Bendfoot.

Spouse: Richard Tonson EVANSON.

Harriet FORTESCUE141 was born about 1826. She died about 1861. Parents: Ann FORTESCUE.

Spouse: Henry Hansen TAYLOR. Children were: Edward TAYLOR.

Harriet Angelina FORTESCUE was born on 14 November 1824. She died in 1889. It was Harriet Fortescue who, after her marriage to Urquhart on 5 September 1854, became David's chief support and collaborator in all things. An independent-minded individual, and a believer in rational dress for women, she had earlier, with financial help from Ruskin, started a shirt factory for the unemployed of Ardee in Co. Louth. During the year before her marriage, she had been preparing an introduction to some of Urquhart’s papers which she was ‘going to republish in a volume without her name.’ And the day after her wedding, the Morning advertiser published 'The Words of Lord Palmerston' under her pseudonym ‘Caritas.’

Maria Catherine Bishop found it extremely difficult to distinguish between Urquhart’s writing and Harriet’s. ‘Half her articles in his paper, the Free press, and her many other writings were by him, and half of his by her.’ Bishop quotes a letter from their son David who wrote that, generally speaking, ‘the argumentative work, the collating of extracts from despatches, treaties, &c., was done by her first, and then my father dictated the introduction and conclusion.’

Historians do not seem to have given Harriet credit for the closeness of her collaboration with Urquhart, though it must be clear to all who go to the source documents. Their two temperaments complemented each other in exactly the manner needed to ensure that their work was most effectively undertaken. The retention of committee members’ loyalty to Urquhart was in no small measure due to her calm soothing rationality.

Her contribution was widely recognized by many of the FAC members themselves, Benjamin Morrell, for example, referring to her in a letter to her husband as ‘your valuable partner Mrs Urquhart.’ They appreciated the trouble she took in her explanations of difficult points, as when David Scott wrote asking John Johnson to ‘present my sincere and grateful thanks to Mrs Urquhart’ for helping him overcome his habit of ‘jumping to Conclusions without weighing evidence.’ And they responded to her personal interest in their lives, as when Thomas Dean, answering her query, wrote, ‘My wife’s name is Bridgett, but having lived in service where certain names are not liked, we have got the habit of calling her Ann...’

Harriet could not, even had she wished, avoid involvement in Urquhart’s campaign to re-introduce the Turkish bath. Whenever they moved house, one of David's first actions would be to build a new Turkish bath. Harriet’s biographer wrote:

My first impression of the hot air room contrived in his Geneva villa was of a dimly lighted catacomb. Mrs Urquhart, in white bathing costume, slight and picturesque in the light of the lamp she carried, stood at the foot of the stairs in friendly welcome. She taught us as we lay panting on our shelves in a heat of 170° Fahrenheit, all the merits of what is truly a sanitary institution, but one that with its attendant shampooing was not then as freely recognized as now.

Throughout his life Urquhart was hospitable to all who wished to try the Turkish bath whether they were friends or neighbours, his servants, local doctors with their patients, FACs wanting information, or their members who were unwell. The Turkish bath at the first home they built, at Riverside near Rickmansworth, was internationally renowned and considered ‘a great boon to the neighbourhood.’ Harriet agreed that its use should be offered to those who sought to discover its worth, and kept many sciatic and invalid guests over for breakfast.

If David Urquhart was used to receiving effusive letters from his acolytes, he was not alone. Harriet too, received highly complimentary letters written by those who realised the contribution which she made to their common endeavours. John Harlow writing from Small Heath, Birmingham, spoke for many when he wrote:

To yourself Madam, I would only say—Who that has seen you, has heard you speak, and has known your acts as I have, can have other feelings towards you than those of humble reverend admiration.

The members of the FACs had ‘an absolute conviction that they were right and an utter devotion to Urquhart and his cause.’ But Jenks, for one, finds it difficult to explain how this was inspired. It is clear that many factors were involved, but one of these must surely have been the feeling shared by committee members that within the movement there was a knowledgeable intercessor able to take the rough edges off any problems which might arise in their work.

Parents: Lieu Col. Chichester FORTESCUE MP of Dromisken and Martha Angel MEADE-HOBSON of Muckridge House, Youghal, Cork.

Spouse: David URQUHART of Cromarty, MP for Stafford. Harriet Angelina FORTESCUE and David URQUHART of Cromarty, MP for Stafford were married on 5 September 1854. Children were: Francis Fortescue URQUHART.

Harriet Boswell Erskine FORTESCUE17 was born in 1823. She died on 5 April 1917. Parents: Matthew FORTESCUE of Belvedere, Dublin and Erskine CHRISTIE of County Fife.

Spouse: Captain James Crawford STIRLING-STUART of Castlemilk and Milton. Harriet Boswell Erskine FORTESCUE and Captain James Crawford STIRLING-STUART of Castlemilk and Milton were married on 1 June 1852.

Harriet Emma FORTESCUE was christened on 28 January 1849. She died on 26 January 1859 in Winwick, Northants. Gravestone in Thurning She was buried in Thurning, Hunts. Census Records - Winwick, Hunts: 1851 Thurning Church Gravestoneseen in 1996 Parents: John FORTESCUE and Anne Woods CAPP.

Harriet Martin FORTESCUE (private). Parents: William FORTESCUE and Catherine SMITH.

Harriett FORTESCUE of Stephenstown (private). Parents: Matthew FORTESCUE of Stephenstown and Mary Anne MCCLINTOCK of Drumcar.

Harriett E FORTESCUE1 was born in 1875 in Trevor, Caernarvon Bay, Wales. Parents: John FORTESCUE and Ann .

Harriett Eleanor FORTESCUE69 was born in 1836 in Sandon, Staffs.142 She died on 4 September 1924. Parents: George Matthew FORTESCUE of Boconnoc and Dropmore and Louisa Elizabeth RYDER.

Spouse: Admiral Augustus PHILLIMORE K.C.B.. Harriett Eleanor FORTESCUE and Admiral Augustus PHILLIMORE K.C.B. were married on 25 March 1864. Children were: Vice Admiral Sir Richard Fortescue PHILLIMORE of Shedfileld, George Grenville PHILLIMORE, Charles Augustus PHILLIMORE, John Swinnerton PHILLIMORE, Valentine Egerton Bagot PHILLIMORE.

Harriot FORTESCUE of Wantage (private). Parents: John FORTESCUE of Wantage and Sarah GILES of Wantage.

Spouse: William HAWKINS.

Harriot FORTESCUE was born in 1804 in Leighton Bromswold, Hunts. She was christened on 4 March 1804 in Leighton Bromswold, Hunts. She was buried on 8 March 1804 in Leighton Bromswold, Hunts. Parents: John FORTESCUE and Elizabeth SMITH.

Harry FORTESCUE2 was born about 1885 in Islington, London. He appeared in the census in 1911 in 37 Paris Sq, Kensington, London. RG14PN149 RG78PN5 RD2 SD2 ED10 SN354 37 Paris Sq, Kensington, London
FORTESCUE, Claribel Head 1877 34  F Widowed Independent Birmingham 17 1 1 0
FORTESCUE, Enid Dau 1895 16  F Scholar Shepherds Bush, London
Parents: James FORTESCUE and Margaret Mary BOUCHER.

Spouse: Kathleen . Kathleen and Harry FORTESCUE were married in 1908. Children were: Clara FORTESCUE, Kathleen FORTESCUE.

Harry Cecil FORTESCUE54 was born on 2 May 1899 in East Dulwich, London. Parents: Herbert Walter FORTESCUE and Miriam EWEN.

Spouse: Mabel MEACOCK. Children were: James Baron FORTESCUE, Nicola FORTESCUE.

Harry Cecil FORTESCUE1 was born in 1900 in East Dulwich, London. Parents: Herbert Walter FORTESCUE and Dorothy ( Dolly) WALLACE.

Harry Edward FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Ian David FORTESCUE and Trudy Helen BOREHAM.

Hazel FORTESCUE (private). Parents: James William Alfred FORTESCUE and Ida COLEMAN.

Hector George FORTESCUE (private). Parents: George Edward FORTESCUE and Lillian Helen BREWER.

Spouse: Edna THACKERAY. Children were: Graeme Edward FORTESCUE, Neil FORTESCUE.

Hele FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Thomas FORTESCUE.

Helen Nobline FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Sydney Gordon (Sandy) FORTESCUE and Joyce Noelline GILLESPIE.

Heneritt FORTESCUE was born in 1803 in Leighton Bromswold, Hunts. She was christened on 25 February 1803 in Leighton Bromswold, Hunts. She was buried on 3 March 1803 in Leighton Bromswold, Hunts. Parents: John FORTESCUE and Elizabeth SMITH.

Henrietta FORTESCUE19 died in 1830 in Spain. A Painter Parents: Rear Admiral Sir Chichester FORTESCUE and Frances Anna JONES of Bendfoot.

Henry FORTESCUE117 was buried on 20 March 1621/2 in Cornworthy, Devon. Parents: John FORTESCUE of Preston and Joan FORTESCUE of Wood.

Spouse: Susanna HARRYS. Susanna HARRYS and Henry FORTESCUE were married on 5 June 1586. Children were: John FORTESCUE, Bridget FORTESCUE, Agnes FORTESCUE, Phillip FORTESCUE, Arthur FORTESCUE, Edward FORTESCUE.

Henry FORTESCUE of Fallapit (private). Parents: Edmund FORTESCUE of Fallapit and Mary CHAMPERNOWNE.

Henry FORTESCUE (private). Parents: John FORTESCUE of Shebbear and Hannah RIGSBY.

Henry FORTESCUE of Shebbear (private). Parents: James FORTESCUE of Shebbear and Judith MILL.

Henry FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Francis FORTESCUE of Falkbourne and Dorothea FORDE of Hardinge, Sussex.

Henry FORTESCUE (private). Parents: Joseph FORTESCUE and Mary Anne Jane RAYNER.