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Hugh Fortescue (1665–1719) Hugh Fortescue was the first son of Arthur Fortescue (died 1693) of Penwarne, Mevagissey, Cornwall and Buckland Filleigh, Devon, and Barbara Eford of Sheepstor, Devon.
Hugh Fortescue (1665–1719) After Bridget's death, he married the Honerable Lucy Aylmer, the daughter of Matthew Aylmer, 1st Baron Aylmer (circa 1650–1720).
Hugh Fortescue (1665–1719) He represented five boroughs in Cornwall from 1689 to 1713. They were Tregony, Grampound, Truro (did not sit), Mitchell and Lostwithiel. Fortescue was not prominent in the House of Commons being jailed for absent on two occasions and as well as a number of non-attendances.
Hugh Fortescue (1665–1719) Hugh Fortescue (2 June 1665 – December 1719) was a British politician.
Hugh Fortescue (1665–1719) He married Bridget Boscawen (died 1708) on 19 October 1692. The only child (out of eight sons and two daughters) to outlive her father Hugh Boscawen, (1625–1701); she brought money with her marriage increasing Fortescue's fortune. Bridget's mother Margaret was the daughter of Theophilus Clinton, 4th Earl of Lincoln, and was one of the coheirs of the Barony of Clinton upon the death of the 5th Earl in 1692.
Hugh Fortescue, 2nd Earl Fortescue When the Whigs finally came to power in 1830, Ebrington would come to play a significant part in the passing of the Great Reform Act. After the Commons passed the second bill, Ebrington convened a meeting of 100 reformist Whigs, urging strong measures should the Lords reject it, and acting as leader of a kind of pressure group on the Whig leadership: Ebrington himself appeared on a list of potential peer-creations drawn up to increase the pressure on the Lords. When the Government finally resigned in the face of Tory intransigence in the House of Lords, Ebrington took the lead (in the face of leadership hesitations) in moving that the House of Commons implore the King “to call to his councils such persons only as will carry into effect unimpaired in all its essential provisions that Bill for reforming the Representation of the people which has recently passed this House ”.
Hugh Fortescue, 1st Earl Fortescue Hugh Fortescue, 1st Earl Fortescue (12 March 1753 – 16 June 1841) was a British peer, created Earl Fortescue in 1789.
Hugh Fortescue, 3rd Earl Fortescue He was the eldest son of Hugh Fortescue, 2nd Earl Fortescue (1783-1861), by his first wife, Lady Susan (died 1827), eldest daughter of Dudley Ryder, 1st Earl of Harrowby. He was a Cambridge Apostle.
Hugh Fortescue, 3rd Earl Fortescue He entered the House of Commons in 1841 as a member for Plymouth. He lost this seat in 1852, but returned in 1854 for Marylebone, which seat he held until 1859, when he was called up to the House of Lords by a writ of acceleration.
Hugh Fortescue, 5th Earl Fortescue Colonel Hugh William Fortescue, 5th Earl Fortescue (14 June 1888 – 14 June 1958), styled Viscount Ebrington from 1905 until 1932, of Castle Hill in the parish of Filleigh, of Weare Giffard Hall, both in Devon and of Ebrington Manor in Gloucestershire, was a British peer, military officer, and Conservative politician.