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About The Forwood and Dismore Family Tree World Wide
Thanks for taking the time to browse The Forwood Family in the whole world. Yes
I have now expanded it and hope this will help others researching this surname.
If you have had a look, please sign my guest book and let me know if you liked
it. Remembering, that it is a "work in progress". Only a couple of thousand to
You can now also see My Clips Blog here:
We have now gone back to 1540 with Unknown Forwood marrying and having 3
children, William 1564 - Thomas 1565 - Agnetham (Agnes)1560 and on to 1564,
with a William Forwood being born in England, who married Weniffred Venn, in
1859 at Broadhembury, Devon, England, then in Faversham, Kent, Thomas Forwood b.
Abt. 1565 marrying in Faversham, Kent, England and having 7 (now known of)
children, John 1586 -Thomas 1588 - Michael 1589 - James 1590 - Anna 1591 -
Edward 1593 - Philip 1600. From then to now in 2005, we have spread throughout
We also have a branch of Forwoods from Devon and Somerset. From the 1891 Census
of Great Britain, here is a list of Counties we have found family members in.
Cheshire, Dorset, Devon, Essex, Glamorgen(Wales),Hertfordshire, Isle of Wright,
Kent, Lancashire, London, Middlesex, Northumberland, Staffordshire, Suffolk,
Sussex, Warickshire and Yorkshire. We have just made contact with our lost
relations in Africa and he has added to this tree with all the information he
All of this information has been donated from various members of the family,
including myself, but I would like to make a special thanks to my Aunt Babs [Bertha Clissold -
Forwood] who has recently passed away, for without her by my side, I could not have undertaken the
continuation of this tree. Now thanks go to those family members who have done all of the searching
in the first place. My job, as I see it, is to put it on the internet and open it up to other
genealogists and other family members, throughout the world, so that we can get
this information sorted. If you find and inconsistencies Please let me know
about them, and we will look into it.
This is a list of some of the people involved below;
Bertha Forwood, d. (Australia) Nick Forwood (Scotland) Sarah Holt, (USA) Christopher
Smithson,(USA)Mr Robert Vincent Forwood, d. Mr Arthur Long,UK, Douglas Arthur Forwood, (South Africa)
Kim Rogers, John F Rowe, (from WA, Australia) Keith Goodman, Mark Turnbull (Australia) and many
more names will be added as required. Some of this information has been taken from sites on
So this information must be verified. Entries that have original sources, that
I know of, have been added to each individual or family group. If you have
records of sources to any entry, please send me an email! Remember to check
the sources if there isn't any listed on the person you are looking for.
I also have this tree listed on "One World Tree, Genesreunited.co.uk, One Great
Family and MyTrees.com" and also AncestryAid.co.uk to help other researchers
find links and I try to update once a month if possible.
If you are a family member, with this spelling of the surname "FORWOOD" you are family, so please if
you would like to add to your heritage, contact me. Cheryl
We all started in England, then Ireland, USA, Australia, Philippines, Canada,
France, Africa, Brazil, Belgium, and still waiting to add a lot more. Along the
way it seems some of the spellings have changed, and we believe mainly due to
the fact that many in the early years, could not read or write, and these
entries were added by third parties.
Points of Interest
Captain Thomas Forwood, 1735 Commissioned by King George III and recommended his
brother Stephen Forwood,b. 1737, sailed with Capt. James Cook 1768 - 1771 on
board the "Bark Endeavor".
The Right Honorable Arthur Bower Forwood, of the Priory Gateacre in the Parish
of Childwell, Her Majesty's Most Honorable Privy Council 9 May 1892,
Representative in the Parliament for Ormskirk. Commissioner for Peace for
Liverpool, Alderman of Liverpool, and Mayor of Liverpool from 1878 to 1879.
Parliamentarian Secretary to Admiralty 1886 - 1892.
SIR DUDLEY FORWOOD, 3rd Bt.
who has died aged 88, was sole equerry to the Duke of Windsor after his
abdication in 1937 until the outbreak of war in 1939.
Kate Childs Wynkoop.
Heiress from the US, daughter of Geradus Hile & Anna Elizabeth Wynkoop m.
Harold Stanley Forwood, son of Sir William Forwood, ex-Mayor of Liverpool and
the New York agent of the Atlas steamship line. The ceremony was held at Grace
Church at 3:30 o'clock, the rector, the Rev. Dr.Huntington, officiating, and
was witnessed by fully one thousand friends of the bride and groom. Walter
Thompson of England acted as best man, and the ushers were Ernest Bliss,
Walter Watson, Jr., George E. Wood, Henry Bucknall, Hugh Hill and G. W.
The bride wore an elaborate costume of silver and white brocade, with court
train and a tuile veil held by three diamond stars, the gift of Lady Forwood.
Her diamond and sapphire necklace was her father's gift. She carried a bouquet
of white heather.
Her little sister, Miss Bessie Wynkoop, was maid of honor, and the
bridesmaids were Miss Louise Scott, Miss Mary Payson, Miss Merwin of Boston and
Miss Emily Lentilhon. They wore frocks of pink crï¿½pe, embroidered in silver,
and wore pink ostrich plumes in their hair after the fashion of the bridesmaids
at the recent wedding of the Princess Louise. Their bouquets were of American
Beauty roses, and they wore at their corsages pearl and diamond lace plus, the
The guests at the reception which followed at the bride's home, 7 West
Sixteenth street, included Sir William Forwood, Mr. and Mrs. MacIver, Mr. and
Mrs. Elisha Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Carter of Philadelphia, Dr. and Mrs. Fordyce
Barker, Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Allen, ex-President and Mrs. Cleveland, Ex-Secretary
and Mrs. Fairchild, Admiral Upshar, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lentlihon, Dr. Haight,
Mr. and Mrs. Payson, Gen. and Mrs. Butterfield, ex-Secretary and Mrs. Whitney,
ex-Secretary and Mrs. Bayard, Gen. Sherman, Miss Sherman, Gen. Cullom, Mrs.
Woodbury, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Lord, Jr., Dr. and Mrs. Polk, Prof. and Mrs.
Doremus and Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Scott.