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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Mursley

    he, in 1559 , received licence to alienate it to Sir John Fortescue , 57 who obtained the manor also, and after that time it remained in the Fortescue family. A mill stood in the manor of Salden as early

    Bridgwater Parliamentary representation

    i. 367-8; S.R.O., D/B/bw 2116; ibid. 2/1/2 ( 15 Nov. 1768 ); Hist. MSS. Com. 30, 13th Rep. III , Fortescue , i, p. 252. Hist. Parl., Commons , 1790-1820 , ii. 345-6; Paupers and Pigkillers , ed. J. Ayres

    Parishes Drayton Parslow

    when the manor passed to his cousin Sir Francis Fortescue , who died in 1729 without issue. 60 The manor then passed to Thomas Whorwood, son of Elizabeth daughter of John Fortescue , the second baronet. 61 On his marriage

    Parishes Weethley

    mortgages on lands within it, while a creditor of John Fortescue claimed £50 from the estate. 18 In 1661 the manor was the subject of a lawsuit between John Fortescue , who had been disinherited by his father because he

    Parishes Eyworth

    Henry Fortescue by letters patent in 1543 , because, as stated in the preamble of the confirmation, owing to some informality the grant was found valid only for the life of the late Sir John Fortescue . 29 Fortescue .

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FORTESCUE, Henry (by 1515-76), of Faulkbourne, Essex.

    Essex 1559-d.; sheriff, Essex and Herts. 1563-4. Biography Henry Fortescue inherited extensive lands in Essex and neighbouring counties from his father, who had married a rich heiress and who died when Fortescue was an infant. In 1522 his wardship was

    FORTESCUE, Sir Edmund, 1st Bt. (1642-66), of Fallapit, East Allington, Devon.

    FORTESCUE, Sir Edmund, 1st Bt. (1642-66), of Fallapit, East Allington, Devon. Constituency Dates Plympton Erle 30 Dec. 1666 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Devon 1661-d., corporations 1662-3, j.p. 1664-d.; sub-commr. for prizes, Portsmouth 1664-5. Biography Fortescue came from the elder

    FORTESCUE, Richard (by 1517-70), of Castle Hill in Filleigh, Devon.

    FORTESCUE, Richard (by 1517-70), of Castle Hill in Filleigh, Devon. Constituency Dates Tavistock 1545 Ofifces Held J.p. Devon by 1558/59-d.; sheriff 1562-3. Biography Richard Fortescue was a great-grandson of Sir John Fortescue, the chief justice. He had a kinsman and

    FORTESCUE, Thomas II (b.c.1566), of Salden, Bucks.

    FORTESCUE, Thomas II (b.c.1566), of Salden, Bucks. Constituency Dates Chipping Wycombe 1593 Biography Fortescue was probably brought into Parliament by Henry, 5th Baron Windsor, perhaps at his father’s request, after a fierce contest with Francis Goodwin. He died s.p. and

    FORTESCUE, William Charles (1764-1829), of Ravensdale Park, co. Louth.

    conceive Fortescue, the Irish Member, his nephew, to be in opposition. This he has thought it necessary to explain, as Fortescue has been making as if he was in opposition the whole session; but Lord Clermont has sworn, and Fortescue

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 21 Inns of Court and Chancery.

    Judicature; or else because these Houses anciently received the Sons of Noblemen, and the better Sort of Gentlemen: And this Fortescue affirms. These Societies are no Corporations, nor have any Judicial Power over their Members; but have certain Orders amongst

    Book 6, Chapter 6 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    and Bart. and Serjeant at Law, on the 3d of Jan. 1662 . The Honourable Dame Margerie Fortescue , Relict of Sir Edmond Fortescue of Valiput in the County of Devon , Kt. and Bart. departed the 10th of May,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oedd Esgobion Hereford, Llundain, Petelbor- d ough, Rochester, a Gloucester, Arglwydd Redes- dale, Iarll Bandon, Iarll Lonsdale, ynghydag Iarn1 a Fortescue. d Cymerodd y dirprwywyr brenhinol eu heisteddle o flaen yr orsedd am ddar o'r gloch, pan y gwysiwyd aelodau Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gyda chymeradwyaeth fawrngae y oeid- : 1 Y CREDIN,'Dydd Merchar.-Dygodd Mr. C. Fortescue eifesur er'did-dymua cyfraith atafael- iad mewn achos oalafruddiad, yr.-ailwaith, yrhwn a ddarllenwyd ar gydsyniad Mr., Fortescue iddo fyned i bwyllgor.: DDarlleolwyd y mnsur er gwella y gyfraith Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y mesur yn atigenrheidrwydd politcaidd, ond nid A oedd ef yn meddwl y profai yn fendith i'r wlad. -Owynai Iardl Fortescue oblegid amryw ddiffygion el oedd yn y mesur. . Yr oedd yn meddwl nas gallasid at meddwl am ddim Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fel compliment i'r Pabyddion, ond aL nid oes dim neillduol ynddo fel gwladweinydd. r Gellir gwneya y'sylw olaf am Iarll Fortescue ihfyd, yr hwn oedd yn fwy adnabyddus yn y I dyddiau a aethant heibio wrth y titl Viscount Eb- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,,Balof -Cynygiai Arglwydd Denia, n odN ddo gaol ei , ddarllen ymhen y chwe mis. Wichefodd'ddim cefnog- ' aeth.-Amlygai Iarll Fortescue bbatih,'os' 'byddaii'r o Cyffredininia wrthod gwellianntia eui bhaglwyddiaethaii,, y byddai iddynt ar ddygiad y mesur o Dy y Cyffredin Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 March 1817, 6 March 1817

    C. P. S. March, Headfort. Comes Shaftesbury. Comes Balcarres. Comes Graham. Comes Egremont. Comes Bathurst. Comes Grosvenor. Comes Strange. Comes Fortescue. Comes Liverpool. Comes Caledon. Comes Rosslyn. Comes Grey. Comes St. Germans. Viscount Melville. Viscount Granville. Vol. LI. Ds. Clifton. Subscribers-only content

    10 March 1817, 10 March 1817

    Marlborough. March. Winchester. Comes Cardigan. Comes Shaftesbury. ^ Comes Bakarres. Comes Aberdeen. Comes Macclesfield. Comes Graham. - Comes Strange. Comes Fortescue. Comes Digby. Comes Liverpool. Comes Rosslyn. Comes Charleville. Comes St. Germans. Viscount Keith. Viscount Granville. Viscount Exmouth. PRAYERS. The Subscribers-only content

    11 March 1817, 11 March 1817

    Eldon, Cancel- Ds. Rolle. larius. Ds. Rede'sdale. March. Camden. £s- Arden. Ds. Lauderdale. Comes Shaftesbury. Ds. Lynedoch. Comes Egremont. Comes Fortescue. Comes Strange. Comes Liverpool. Comes Rosslyn. Comes Charleville. Viscount Granville. PRAYERS. Whereas this Day was appointed for hearing Coun- Subscribers-only content

    12 March 1817, 12 March 1817

    And having delivered the said Transcript to the Clerk ; He withdrew. Gregg against M'Mahon. E. Shaftesbury. E. Egremont. E. Fortescue. E. Charleville. V. Granville. L. Bp. Peterbo¬ rough. L. Rolle. L. Redesdale. L. Lauderdale. L. Lynedoch. Their Lordships, or Subscribers-only content

    13 March 1817, 13 March 1817

    of the said Lists : it D. Cumberland. L. Bp. Clieste'r. E. Shaftesbury,. E. Graham. E. Egremont. E> Fortescue. E. Digby. E. Charleville. V. Exmoutlu Victuallers Licences, Petition from Blackburn respecting. L. Montfort. L. Holland. L. Biilkeley. L. Gordon. L. Subscribers-only content

 

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