Sceau de Richart Fortescu - Mariage FR-GB ? (XIV-XVème Siècle)

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A History of the Family of Fortescue in all its Branches - P172

"… A rather remarkable relic of Sir Faithful's occupation of his Antrim eftate came to light fome years ago, namely, an ancient feal of arms, as shown in the annexed woodcut, with the words " S. Richart Fortefcu." It was found either upon or clofe to the former Fortefcue property. The arms are thofe of the Norman Fortefcues, viz., a bend, not engrailed, between two bendlets, quartering the arms of the Englifh Fortefcues, where the bend is engrailed. This coat implies a marriage-alliance between one of the Norman and one of the Englifh houfes. The feal has been pronounced by experts to be French of the fourteenth or fifteenth century…"

Sceau figurant sur un manuscrit de Env. 1250

Sceau figurant sur un acte manuscrit conservé à l'Eton College Library (GB)
datant d'environ 1250
http://fortescue.org/site/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/First-Fortescues.pdf

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Sceau figurant sur un manuscrit de Env. 1195

Sceau figurant sur un acte manuscrit conservé à l'Eton College Library (GB)
datant d'environ 1195
http://fortescue.org/site/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/First-Fortescues.pdf

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Ecusson Domaine Winifried Fortescue



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http://www.perfumefromprovence.com/Sunset.htm

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Sceau de Fortescue J.

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Sceau de Fortescue Adryan K.

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Sceau de Fortescue Sir Faithful - 1627


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Fortesque: azure a bend engrailed argent cotised or

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Blason Anglais de Sir Fortescue Faithfull (1643)


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Fortescue - 1790
From The Peerage of England
Artist: Charles Catton
Copperplate Engraving with hand coloring (Hand painted treble mounting)
10 5/8" x 8 3/4"
$ 100.00

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Fortescue Inn, Salcombe, Devon
Tucked away in Union Street in Salcome is the Fortescue Inn. The large pub sign seen here, which can be seen down Fore Street, carries the Fortescue coat of arms. The family has an history going back to when they arrived in England in 1066 with William the Conqueror and legend has it that one Sir Richard le Fort saved William’s life by shielding him from his enemies and thus the family motto “Forte Scutum Salus Ducum”, a strong shield saves the kingdom.
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American Coat of Arms for Fortescue


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Fortescue Inn, Salcombe, Devon
A well as the large pub sign (seen here) the Fortescue inn sports a double sided sign which can only be seen from Union Street. This side again shows the Fortescue coat of arms. The family has an history going back to when they arrived in England in 1066 with William the Conqueror and legend has it that one Sir Richard le Fort saved William’s life by shielding him from his enemies and thus the family motto “Forte Scutum Salus Ducum”, a strong shield saves the kingdom. The other side of the sign seen here carries a Fortescue portrait.
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