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@ - Page de Blasons figurant dans le livre de Lord Clermont
@ - Blason français de Tristan fortescu du Mesnil-Angot (1464)
@ - Blason français des seigneurs de Corainville
@ - Blason français de Richard de Fortescu Seigneur du Buisson et de Sainte-Marie-du-Mont (1464)
@ - Armorial Général de Normandie
@ - Blason. Français de Léonor de Fortescu Sieur de la Chesnée, du Taillis, de Beauregard Etc (1363)
@ - Blason français de Charles de Fortescu, Ecuyer, Sieur de Langlet
@ - Blason français de Jacques Joseph de Fortescu Sieur du Taillis
@ - Blason Français représentation contemporaine
@ - Ecusson Domaine Winifried Fortescue

@ - Sceau Reproduit par Lord clermont à la page 457 de son livre.
@ - Sceau Reproduit par Lord clermont à la page 459 de son livre.
@ - Sceau Reproduit par Lord clermont à la page 461 de son livre.
@ - Sceau Reproduit par Lord clermont à la page 476 /1 de son livre.
@ - Sceau Reproduit par Lord clermont à la page 476 /2 de son livre.

@ - La ferme des Taillis - (Notice sommaire et provisoire, J. Deshayes, 2001).

@ - Blason de base des familles anglaises.
@ - Blason Anglais
@ - Blason Anglais de Sir Fortescue Faithfull (1643)
@ - Armoiries Anglaises
@ - Armoiries Anglaises - House of Fortescue
@ - Armoiries Anglaises - Copperplate Engraving
@ - Armoiries Anglaises - Fortescue Inn, Salcombe, Devon
@ - Sceau figurant sur un manuscrit de Env. 1250
@ - Sceau figurant sur un manuscrit de Env. 1195
@ - Sceau de Richart Fortescu - Mariage FR-GB ? (XIV-XVème Siècle)
@ - Sceau de Fortescue J.
@ - Sceau de Fortescue Adryan K.
@ - Sceau de Fortescue Sir Faithful - 1627
@ - Armoiries Anglaises et Devise familiale
@ - American Coat of Arms for Fortescue
@ - Fortescue banner of arms in the Fortescue Chapel of St Paul's Church
@ - Coat of Arms of Hugh Fortescue, 5th Earl Fortescue
@ - Lord fortescue Coat of Arms Lithograph 1776 Heraldry

@ - 1779 Antique Print ~ Fortescue ~ Family Crest Coat of Arms
@ - Detail from 1878 stained glass window in Buckland Filleigh Church, Devon
@ - Fortescue Coat of Arms, Fortescue Family Crest on Cafepress
@ - Peter Fortescue - Armoiries sur cuivre du XVIIe siècle et de Fortescue
@ - The Right Honourable Matthew Fortescue, Baron Fortescue
@ - Rings and Pendants Engravings
@ - Fortescue Impaling Beauchamp Of Ryme Buckland Filleigh Church Devon
@ - Fortescue Heraldic Window Buckland Filleigh Church Devon
@ - 1768 COLLINS - Heraldry, Coat of Arms, Araldica, Blasone (HUGH FORTESCUE)
@ - The Halswell Armorial
@ - Knottesford, Francis Fortescue - William Augustus Brewer Bookplate Collection

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Knottesford, Francis Fortescue - William Augustus Brewer Bookplate Collection

Rev. Francis Fortescue Knottesford, Bridgetown House.

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The Halswell Armorial

The Halswell Armorial – Halswell Park

SEPTEMBER 28, 2018 BY ROY BOLTON
The Halswell Armorial

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Above the main door on the Baroque Wing at Halswell House is an elaborately quartered coat of arms which no visitor can fail to miss.

Carved and painted at the completion of this part of the house in 1689, a date stone sits just above the pediment, it commemorates not only the building of this grand part of the house but also the owners who made it possible; Sir Halswell Tynte (1649-1702) and Grace Fortescue (c. 1622-1694) who married in 1671.

The left side of the quartering records the Tynte (Halswell) family and the right side records the Fortescue’s and their forebears.

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LEFT to RIGHT, TOP to BOTTOM
Tynte, Halswell, Fortescue, Densell
Gatcombe, Tremayle, Trivett, de Waere (Trewin), de Filleigh,
Farway, Speke, Unknown, Unknown

One of the legends that surround the family who lived at Halswell is that of the first Tynte who, as a young knight of the Arundel Family, is said to have gone on the Third Crusade with King Richard the Lionheart. He was singled out for his bravery at the 1192 battle of Ascalon. The King observing him is supposed to have said:
“ .. the maiden knight had borne himself like a lion, and had done work enough for six crusaders“
For which service to the Christian cause the King is said to have conferred on the young Knight his armorial bearings (Heraldic device), a lion argent on a field of gold between six crosslets of the first and the motto Tynctus Cruore Saraceno (“tinged with Saracen blood”).
The red hand of a small white shield in the upper right corner of the Tynte arm is the heraldic emblem of a baronet, the Tynte baronetcy, which existed from 1674-1785.

The heraldic descriptions of the arms of each family

Tynte: Gules, a lion couchant between six cross crosslets argent
Halswell: azure, three bars wavy argent over all a bend gules
Fortescue: Azure, a bend engrailed argent cottised or
Densell: Sable, a mullet in chief and a crescent in base argent
Gatcombe: Gules, three goats’ heads erased argent
Tremayle: A fess between three brogues
Trivett: Argent, a round trivet sable within a bordure sable
de Waere (Trewin): Argent, on a bend vert between six crosses crosslet fitchee gules three crozierheads or
De Filleigh: Gules, a fess vairee between 6 crosses formee or
Farway of Penhallam: Sable, a chevron between three escallops argent
Speke: Argent, two bars azure over all an eagle with two heads displayed gules.
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At the time of writing we are yet to discover the identities of the last two coats of arms from the Fortescue side of these quartered arms. If there are any Fortescue family history specialists who might know the answer do please get in touch!
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The coat of arms of the well-known liturgical author and priest, Adrian Fortescue

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The coat of arms of the well-known liturgical author and priest, Adrian Fortescue.
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1768 COLLINS - Heraldry, Coat of Arms, Araldica, Blasone (HUGH FORTESCUE)

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Fortescue Heraldic Window Buckland Filleigh Church Devon

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Ancient stained glass window in Buckland Filleigh Church, Devon, displaying various historic impaled arms of the Fortescue family of Spridleston in the parish of Brixton, Devon. The estate of Spridleston was inherited by the Fortescues of Buckland Filleigh, who married the Fortescue heiress of Spridleston. The stained glass was brought here from Spridleston, as is explained in a manuscript note by Rev. Richard Lane (d.1858), Vicar of Brixton, as follows: "The windows in the front of the house were ornamented with a variety of armorial bearings in painted glass which were taken down a few years since and given to John Inglett-Fortescue late of Buckland Filleigh who placed them in his parish church" (see: File:NotesOn SpridlestonBrixtonDevon ByRevRichardLane Died1858.jpg[1]. John Inglett-Fortescue died in 1840, aged 82. He was the grandson of Caleb Inglett (1702-1752) of Dawlish by his wife Rebecca Fortescue (1699-1764), heiress of Buckland Filleigh and Spridleston. The shields were replaced in an apparently random order.
Heraldry:

  • Left lancet window, top to bottom:
    • Azure, a bend engrailed argent, plain cotised or (Fortescue) impaling Gules, on a bend wavy argent three water bougets sable (Falwell of Falwell, Devon (Pole, Sir William (d.1635), Collections Towards a Description of the County of Devon, Sir John-William de la Pole (ed.), London, 1791, p.482)). For Isabel or Mabel Falwell, daughter and heiress of John Falwell of Falwell (today Velwell) in the parish of Rattery, Devon, and wife of William Fortescue of Wimpstone, brother of Sir John Fortescue (fl.1422) Captain of Meaux. (Vivian, p.352)
    • Fortescue impaling Ermine, three battle-axes gules (Denys of Holcombe Burnel)
    • Fortescue impaling Argent, a chevron gules between three hounds courant sable (Sackbye). In the Carew Scroll of Arms
(Devon Notes and Queries, Vol. I, Part II), No. 363, p. 53, it is stated that Fortescue of Fallopit in the parish of east Allington, Devon, quartered the arms of Sackbye — viz., "Arg. betw. a chev. sa. 3 greyhoundes curant sable collared or," Carew stated that these arms of Sackbye were visible in Brixton Church, Devon and in Fallapit House . Txt follows from p.160 Devon Notes aud Queries: Sackebye, Saxbi^e, Vol. II., 98. — Like Mr. Maxwell Adams I am unable to find a Sackebye, Talbot or Gainsford marriage with Fortescue. The Carew Scroll contains duplicates of Sackebye and Sackbye, Nos. 122 and 363, and in both cases states they were quartered by Fortescue, of Valopit ; the arms are given ' as ' A between a 3 chevron sa. 3 greyhounds cur sa. color or.' Risdon says ' Argent a chevron gules between three dogs (?) courant sable ? ' Holland's note is ' that in Vallopit House, Gainsford, ye chevron gu ' ; now in Harleian Kent Visitation, 1619, 2 and 3 quarterings of Tichbourne [argent a chevron gules between three talbots passant sable 1] the figure 1 refers to the reference, viz., Stowe, so it shows that the between brackets is his addition, while in the pedigree Richard Tichborne marries Dorothea filia Joh'is Saxbiae ; certainly there is no heiress or co-heiress mentioned, yet one cannot but believe that Stowe meant it for Saxby. However, I think Risdon's coat of Falapit ' Argent a chevron between three greyhounds courant sable,' proves that the impaled shield was intended for the marriage of the daughter and heiress of Nicholas Falapit with Henry Fortescue, but how Sackebye changed to Falapit, or whether Falapit married heiress of Sackebye and took their Arms there seems to be no clue. (above text from Devon Notes and Queries, Volume ii, From January 1902 to October 1903[2]) A framed note in East Allington Church suggests that Francis or Nicholas Fortescue, sons of Edmund Fortescue (d.1624) by his wife Mary Champernowne, may have married a Sacebye.[3] These arms appear carved on the wooden pulpit of East Allington Church.
  • Centre lancet window, top to bottom:
    • Fortescue impaling Or, three torteaux a label of three points azure each charged with three plates (Courtenay of Powderham). Nicholas Fortescue (a son of John Fortescue (d.1538) of Spridleston by his wife Alice Cookworthy, daughter of John Cookworthy (Vivian, Heraldic Visitations of Devon, p.353)) married Elizabeth Courtenay, daughter of William Courtenay of Loughtor in the parish of Plympton Sy Mary, Devon, a junior branch of Courtenay of Molland.
    • Fortescue impaling vair (Beauchamp of Ryme (Pole, p.469)). For Elizabeth Beauchamp, daughter of Sir John Beauchamp and a sister and co-heiress of Thomas Beauchamp of Ryme (Vivian, p.352) (Ryme Intrinseca) in Dorset, wife of William Fortescue of Wimpstone, parents of of Sir John Fortescue (fl.1422) Captain of Meaux. (Vivian, p.352). Beauchamp of Ryme in Dorset, a junior branch of the Beauchamp feudal barons of Hatch Beauchamp in Somerset.
    • Fortescue impaling Gules, on a bend wavy argent three water bougets sable (as top left) (Falwell of Falwell, Devon (Pole, Sir William (d.1635), Collections Towards a Description of the County of Devon, Sir John-William de la Pole (ed.), London, 1791, p.482))
    • Fortescue impaling Fortescue, with a crescent or for difference
  • Centre lancet window, top to bottom:
    • Fortescue impaling Argent, three birds gules; the trace of a chevron is visible, which would make these the canting arms of Cockworthy/Cookworthy of Ernscombe (Cockworthy in the parish of Yarnscombe, Devon): Argent, a chevron between three cocks gules (Pole, p.475). John Fortescue (d.1538) of Spridleston married Alice Cookworthy, daughter of John Cookworthy (Vivian, Heraldic Visitations of Devon, p.353)
    • Fortescue impaling Argent, a lion rampant gules (Vivian of Trelowarren in Cornwall ?[4] John Fortescue (born 1514) of Spridleston married Florence Vivian, a daughter of Richard Vivian of Trelowarren (Vivian, p.353).
    • Fortescue impaling Argent, two bendlets gules (Haket?)



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Fortescue Impaling Beauchamp Of Ryme Buckland Filleigh Church Devon

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The Right Honourable Matthew Fortescue, Baron Fortescue



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Fortescue Coat of Arms, Fortescue Family Crest on Cafepress

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Detail from 1878 stained glass window in Buckland Filleigh Church, Devon, showing heraldic achievement of Sir Faithful Fortescue

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Detail from 1878 stained glass window in Buckland Filleigh Church, Devon, showing heraldic achievement of Sir Faithful Fortescue (1585–1666), a royalist commander during the English Civil War. Window erected in his memory jointly by his lineal descendants Thomas Fortescue, 1st Baron Clermont (1815-1887), an Irish Whig politician and the historian of the Fortescue family, and Chichester Fortescue, 1st Baron Carlingford (1823-1898), as stated in stained glass inscription.




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1779 Antique Print ~ Fortescue ~ Family Crest Coat of Arms

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This listing is for the original engraving pictured from the 1779 edition of:

The Peerage of England: by Arthur Collins Esq 1779

Family crest - Coat of arms

Approximate size of sheet:
8 inches x 5 inches
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Lord fortescue Coat of Arms Lithograph 1776 Heraldry

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This rare lithograph is from Alexander Jacob's three volume work, "A Complete English Peerage," published London, 1766-1769. The plate is titled Lord Fortescue, and is described on the label as an Original lithograph, dated 1776 by Jacobs of London. Authenticity Guaranteed. If you examine the close up photos, you can see the print on the back side of the the litho.
Jacobs (1731-1785) was educated at Worcester College and afterwards at Merton College, Oxford. He took Holy Orders in 1760 and was chaplain to the Duke of Chandos. In December, 1760, he became one of the chaplains to King George III.
Sight size is 7-1/2" x 10-1/2" and the condition is very good. The paper has normal age toning. This coat-of-arms has been triple matted, highlighted with two hand painted bands around the edge, and is housed in a good gold frame, measuring 19-1/2 x 23 inches overall.




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Fortescue banner of arms in the Fortescue Chapel of St Paul's Church

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banner of arms in the Fortescue Chapel of St Paul's Church, Filleigh, Devon. The Fortescue family (Earl Fortescue) were lords of the manor of Filleigh, in which parish is situated their former seat, Castle Hill. The last Fortescue to own Castle Hill was Lady Margaret Fortescue (1923-2013), eldest daughter and co-heiress of Hugh Fortescue, 5th Earl Fortescue (1888-1958), although now owned by her daughter Eleanor, Countess of Arran (née van Cutsem) who lives there with her husband Arthur Gore, 9th Earl of Arran



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Coat of Arms of Hugh Fortescue, 5th Earl Fortescue

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Page de Blasons figurant dans le livre de Lord Clermont

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Blason français de Tristan fortescu du Mesnil-Angot (1464)



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Blason français des seigneurs de Corainville

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Blason français de Richard de Fortescu Seigneur du Buisson et de Sainte-Marie-du-Mont (1464)



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Armorial Général de Normandie

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Blason. Français de Léonor de Fortescu Sieur de la Chesnée,du Taillis, de Beauregard Etc (1363)

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Blason français de Charles de Fortescu, Ecuyer, Sieur de Langlet

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Ecusson Domaine Winifried Fortescue



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Sceau Reproduit par Lord clermont à la page 457 de son livre.

Cabinet des Titres (Bib. Imp.), dossier " Fortescu ".
Le sceau vient de la Collection Clairembault. Il est accroché à un reçu. (1379)

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La ferme des Taillis - (Notice sommaire et provisoire, J. Deshayes, 2001).



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La ferme des Taillis, situé non loin de l'église d'Alleaume, appartenait initialement à la famille Rouxel, qui est attestée comme noble à Valognes à la fin du XVIe siècle. Elle s'est ensuite transmise aux Fortescu, très vieille famille du Cotentin, dont les armes (d'argent à trois bandes d'azur), coiffées d'un cimier empanaché, sont visibles au dessus du portail ouvrant sur la cour. Tanneguy Fortescu, fils de Nicolas Fortescu et d’Anne le Jay, né vers 1639, portait en 1661 le titre de « sieur du Taillis ». Il rendit aveu au roi de ses terres de Valognes en 1675. Après sa mort, le domaine du Taillis revint à son fils aîné, Jacques-Joseph, né le 24 janvier 1669 à Alleaume, qui portait le titre d’écuyer et de sieur du Taillis. Il épousa en 1695 demoiselle Catherine Touraine, qui mourut le 14 novembre 1729 à Alleaume. Le 12 mars 1731 il épousait en deuxième noce demoiselle Madeleine Antoinette Piquod, de 25 ans sa cadette, fille de Charles Piquod, écuyer, seigneur et patron de Ste-Honorine, Brillevast, Boutron et autres terres et seigneuries. Il semble que Jacques Joseph de Fortescu n'ait pas eu d'enfants de ces deux mariages légitimes. Il décéda à Alleaume le 18 février 1745. Le titre de sieur du Taillis ne fut plus repris après.


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Armoiries Anglaises - House of Fortescue

Barons Clinton in the Peerage of England (1298-abeyance terminated 1721,abeyant 1751 ) Baron Fortescue in the Peerage of Great Britain (1746) Earl of Clinton in the Peerage of Great Britain (1746-1751) Earls Fortescue in the Peerage of Great Britain (1789)

Earl Clinton

1st Earl of Clinton and 1st Baron Fortescue, 14th Baron Clinton

Hugh Fortescue, (1696–1751) 1st Earl of Clinton and 1st Baron Fortescue, 14th Baron Clinton. He was created Baron Fortescue, with remainder, failing heirs male of his body, to his half-brother Matthew Fortescue. Great grandson of 4th Earl of Lincoln and 12th Baron Clinton.


Earls Fortescue

Earls Fortescue

  • Matthew Fortescue, (1719–1785) 2nd Baron Fortescue, half brother of Earl of Clinton.
  • Hugh Fortescue, (1753–1841) 1st Earl Fortescue and Viscount Ebrington, 3rd Baron Fortescue.
  • Hugh Fortescue, (1783–1861) 2nd Earl Fortescue.
  • Hugh Fortescue, (1818–1905) 3rd Earl Fortescue.
  • Hugh Fortescue, (1854–1932) 4th Earl Fortescue.
  • Hugh William Fortescue, (1888–1958) 5th Earl Fortescue.
  • Denzil George Fortescue, (1893–1977) 6th Earl Fortescue.
  • Richard Archibald Fortescue, (1922–1993) 7th Earl Fortescue.
  • Charles Hugh Richard Fortescue, (b. 1951) 8th Earl Fortescue.



Viscounts Clermont in the Peerage of Ireland (1776-1829) Earl of Clermont in the Peerage of Ireland (1777-1806)

Earl of Clermont

Earl of Clermont
  • William Henry Fortescue, (1722–1806) 1st Earl of Clermont, 1st Viscount Clermont KP.
  • William Charles Fortescue, (1764–1829) 2nd Viscount Clermont.




Barons Fortescue of Credan in the Peerage of Ireland (1746-1781)

Barons Fortescue of Credan

Barons Fortescue of Credan
  • John Fortescue Aland, (1670–1746) 1st Baron Fortescue of Credan.
  • Dormer Fortescue Aland, (d.1781) 2nd Baron Fortescue of Credan.





Baron Clermont of Dromisken in the Peerage of Ireland (1852-1898) Baron Clermont of Clermont Park in the Peerage of the United Kingdom (1866-1887) Baron Carlingford in the Peerage of the United Kingdom (1874-1898)

1st Baron Clermont of Dromisken

1st Baron Clermont of Dromisken
  • Thomas Fortescue (1815-1887) 1st Baron Clermont of Dromisken, created with a special remainder to his brother Chichester, and 1st Baron Clermont of Clermont Park.


1st Baron Carlingford and 2nd Baron Clermont of Dromisken

1st Baron Carlingford and 2nd Baron Clermont of Dromisken.
  • Chichester Samuel Parkinson-Fortescue (1823-1898) 1st Baron Carlingford, 2nd Baron Clermont of Dromisken.


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Fortescue Coat of Arms 1800.
Hugh Fortescue, 1st Earl Fortescue - Wikipedia
Heraldic achievement of Hugh Fortescue, 1st Earl Fortescue, showing arms of Fortescue impaling Grenville, c.1800, Possibly from a bookplate: Baron: Azure, a bend engrailled argent plain cottised or; Femme: Vert, on a cross argent five torteaux. The Latin motto of Fortescue is shown beneath: Forte Scutum Salus Ducum ("A Strong Shield is the Salvation of Leaders")





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Armoiries Anglaises - Copperplate Engraving

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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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Armoiries des Fortescues de Fallapit

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Armoiries Anglaises - Fortescue Inn, Salcombe, Devon


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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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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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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

Seal on First Deed





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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…"





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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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Armoiries Anglaises et Devise familiale



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"FORTE SCUTUM SALUS DUCUM"

"A Strong Shield is the Salvation of Leaders"

( Un Fort Ecu le Salut des Chefs )




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American Coat of Arms for Fortescue


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