Ann Rachel Wood Fordham

(28 November 1933 - 13 August 1988)
     Ann Rachel Wood Fordham was born on 28 November 1933. She was the daughter of John William Wood Fordham and Rachel Mary Gowers.
     Ann Rachel Wood Fordham married William Thomas Tregear on 28 May 1952.
     Ann died of leukaemia on 13 August 1988 in Penzance, Cornwall, aged 54.

Gerald John Fordham

(16 April 1929 - 7 November 1991)
     Gerald John Fordham was born on 16 April 1929. He was cared for by his mother's relatives after she died when he was three weeks old. He was the son of John William Wood Fordham and Gladys Daisy Leighton.
     Gerald died on 7 November 1991 aged 62.

Child of Gerald John Fordham

Herbert John Fordham

(16 July 1862 - 4 December 1933)
     Herbert John Fordham was born on 16 July 1862 in Southampton, Hampshire.
     Herbert John Fordham married Rose Kate Wood, daughter of John Wood and Rebecca Burnham Bowker, on 11 July 1894 in Oundle, Northamptonshire. Herbert was separated from his wife, Rose Kate Wood circa 1904.
     Herbert died on 4 December 1933 aged 71.

Child of Herbert John Fordham and Rose Kate Wood

John William Wood Fordham

(27 August 1895 - 29 April 1945)
     John William Wood Fordham was born on 27 August 1895. He was the son of Herbert John Fordham and Rose Kate Wood.
     John William Wood Fordham married Gladys Daisy Leighton on 27 July 1926 in Lowestoft, Suffolk, England.
     Rachel and Jack met when his work took him to Romford and about this time he was called to Lowestoft where his mother lived as neighbours were complaining that she was behaving strangely. He moved her to his Romford house where she helped with looking after his daughter Joyce. His son Gerald was being cared for by his mother's relatives.
     John William Wood Fordham married Rachel Mary Gowers on 11 June 1932 in Romford, Essex.
     John died on 29 April 1945 in 'The Wrenches', Dedham, Essex, England, aged 49. "A popular and efficent official of Tendring Rural District Council since 1934, Mr John William Wood Fordham, the council's fincance and rating officer, died at his home "The Wrenches" Dedham on Sunday after bing ill for some time. Mr Fordham Came to the Tendring Council after experience with a number of other local authorities in Essex and other appointments in Kent, and he undertook the responsible task of organised the council's financial departments when it first became a separate unit, the offices of the council then being situated at Harwich. During the war he had been Food Executive Officer for the rural district, a task to which he brought his usual pleasant and businesslike methods. Mr Fordham was held in high esteem by members of the council, by his fellow officials and the members of the council's staff. He formerly resided at Dovercourt.".

Children of John William Wood Fordham and Gladys Daisy Leighton

Child of John William Wood Fordham and Rachel Mary Gowers

Joyce Mary Fordham

(3 May 1927 - 5 May 1934)
     Joyce Mary Fordham was born on 3 May 1927. She was the daughter of John William Wood Fordham and Gladys Daisy Leighton.
     Joyce died on 5 May 1934 aged 7.

Peter Paul Eric Fordham

(29 June 1965 - 13 September 1991)
     Peter Paul Eric Fordham was born on 29 June 1965. He was the son of Gerald John Fordham.
     Peter died on 13 September 1991 aged 26.

Annie Formby

(circa 1883 - 1948)
     Annie Formby was born circa 1883. She was the daughter of John Formby and Mary MacPherson. Annie Formby was registered in the 1914 electoral roll with John Formby and Mary MacPherson. Annie Formby lived with John Formby and Mary MacPherson between 1919 and 1931 in Skene St, Shepparton, Victoria; In 1919 & 1924 their daughter? Annie was living with them.
     Annie Formby married Ernest Forbes Rodda, son of Thomas Rodda and Isabella Forbes, in 1927 in Victoria.
     Annie died in 1948 in Hawthorn East, Victoria.

Elizabeth Formby (Hanrahan)

(circa 1885 - 1968)
     Elizabeth Formby (Hanrahan) was born circa 1885. She was the daughter of John Formby and Mary MacPherson.
     Elizabeth died in 1968 in Northcote, Victoria.

Ellis Formby

(1880 - 1954)
     Ellis Formby was born in 1880 in Nine Mile Creek, Victoria. He was the son of John Formby and Mary MacPherson.
     Ellis died in 1954 in Warr..., Victoria.

Henry Formby

(1889 - 1953)
     Henry Formby was born in 1889 in Nine Mile Creek, Victoria. He was the son of John Formby and Mary MacPherson. Henry Formby was registered in the 1914 electoral roll with John Formby and Mary MacPherson.
     Henry died in 1953 in Shepparton, Victoria, Australia.

James Alexander Formby

(1878 - 1896)
     James Alexander Formby was born in 1878 in Nine Mile Creek, Victoria. He was the son of John Formby and Mary MacPherson.
     James died in 1896 in Victoria.

John Formby

(circa 1850 - 1941)
     John Formby was born circa 1850 in Liverpool, Lancashire, England.
     John Formby married Mary MacPherson, daughter of Peter MacPherson and Ann Murray, in 1878 in Victoria. He may have been previously married to Sarah Elizabeth Swindell/Swendall in 1867, and Annie appears to have been registered with Sarah as her mother in 1884..
     John and Mary were registered at Drumanure, Victoria, on the 1914 electoral roll.
     John Formby and Mary MacPherson lived at Skene St, Shepparton, Victoria, between 1919 and 1931. In 1919 & 1924 their daughter? Annie was living with them.
     John died in 1941 in Merlynston, Victoria.

Children of John Formby and Mary MacPherson

Llewellyn Formby

(1893 - )
     Llewellyn Formby was born in 1893 in Nini... [Nine Mile Creek], Victoria. He was the son of John Formby and Mary MacPherson.

Peter Formby

(1887 - )
     Peter Formby was born in 1887 in Nine Mile Creek, Victoria. He was the son of John Formby and Mary MacPherson.

Shirley May Formby

(circa 1930 - 31 August 1971)
     Shirley May Formby was buried in Toowoomba, Queensland. She was born circa 1930.
     Shirley May Formby married Marvin Lyall Pollard, son of Frederick Oswald Pollard and Dora Elizabeth Hanson, on 27 March 1948 in Toowoomba, QLD.
     Shirley died on 31 August 1971 in Toowoomba, QLD.

Child of Shirley May Formby and Marvin Lyall Pollard

Margaret Forratt

( - 1653)
     Margaret Forratt married Hugh Hamilton Baron Glenawley, Deserf, son of Malcolm Hamilton Archbishop of Cashel and Mary Wilkie, circa 1637. His first was Margaret Forratt (d 1653), of a Scots family, and widow of colonel and ambassador baron James Spens (Jakob), 1st Friherre of Orreholmen, who had died 1632, and been in Swedish service. Friherrinna Margaret had two sons of her first marriage (major, baron Axel Spens of Orreholmen, 1626-56, and colonel, baron Jakob Spens of Orreholmen, 1627-65), who thus became Hugh's stepsons. In his first marriage, lord Hugh had one surviving child, a daughter baroness Bridget Margaret Hamilton af Deserf, who in 1659 married baron Kustaa Adolf Skytte of Tuutarhovi.
He married secondly a lady whose name was Jacomina.
     Margaret died in 1653.

Elizabeth Forrester

(before June 1809 - 1873?)
     Elizabeth Forrester was born before June 1809 in Chatham, Kent.
     Elizabeth Forrester married David Watson Halliday, son of George Halliday and Isabella Unknown, on 29 July 1838 in Gillingham, Medway RD, Kent.
     Elizabeth Halliday and David Watson Halliday appeared on the 1841 census in Whittaker St, Chatham, Kent. David Halliday, 33, rope maker, Elizabeth, 32, Edward 12, Sarah 7, David 2, all born in the county.
     Elizabeth Halliday and David Watson Halliday were recorded on the 1851 census in 13 Best St, Chatham, Kent. David Halliday, head, 40, rope maker, born Woolwich, with his wife Elizabeth aged 30, born Chatham, and children David 11, Elizabeth 8, Emma 4, Thomas, aged 6 months?, all born at Chatham.
     Elizabeth Halliday and David Watson Halliday appeared on the 1861 census in 14 Best St, Chatham, Kent. David Halliday, head, married, aged 50, ropemaker, born Woolwich; Elizabeth, wife, 48, birthplace not known; Edward Halliday, nephew, 29, bricklayer, born Woolwich; David Halliday, son, 23, ropemaker, born Chatham; Elizabeth, 19 unmarried daughter, born Chatham; Thomas, son aged 10, scholar, born Chatham; Jane Smith, visitor, aged 5, born Rotherhithe, Surrey.
     Elizabeth Halliday and David Watson Halliday appeared on the 1871 census in Chatham, Kent. David Halliday, head, married 60, ropemaker, born Woolwich; Elizabeth, wife, 28 [sic], born Chatham; Thomas, son, unmarried, 20, blacksmith, born Chatham; Harriett West/Nest aged 69, annuitant, born Deptford, was a lodger with them.
     Elizabeth died in 1873? In Medway RD, Kent. Elizabeth Sarah Halliday aged 60.

Children of Elizabeth Forrester and David Watson Halliday

John Forrester (of Niddrie)

     John Forrester (of Niddrie) married Elizabeth Hamilton, daughter of Sir James Hamilton (1st Lord) and Euphemia Graham. THey were divorced by 1508.

Edward Forster

(before 1805 - )
     Edward Forster was born before 1805.
     Edward Forster married Elizabeth Ruby on 2 October 1825 in Ashburton, Devon. They had children baptised there: John on 30 Apr 1826, husbandman, Elizabeth on the 1 Feb 1829, labourer; Susan 1 April 1832, labourer.

Roy Clarence Forster

(1928 - 1928)
     Roy Clarence Forster was born in 1928 in Victoria. He was the son of William Christmas Forster and Louisa Colbert.
     Roy died in 1928 in Richmond, Victoria.

William Christmas Forster

     William Christmas Forster married Louisa Colbert, daughter of James Joseph Colbert and Margaret Moseley, in 1913 in Victoria.

Child of William Christmas Forster and Louisa Colbert

Thelma Edith Fortey

(26 August 1899 - 6 October 1974)
     Thelma Edith Fortey was born on 26 August 1899 in Maryborough, Queensland.
     Thelma Edith Fortey married Eric Vivian Dunbar, son of Frederick John Dunbar and Eugenie Beatrice Brightwell, on 27 December 1919 in Sydney, New South Wales.
     Thelma Edith Fortey lived at Ashfield, New South Wales, 1968.
     Thelma died in a car accident on 6 October 1974 in Sydney, New South Wales, aged 75.

Children of Thelma Edith Fortey and Eric Vivian Dunbar

Amicia or Avice de Fortibus

(circa 1255? - before 1293)
     Amicia or Avice de Fortibus was born circa 1255?. She was the daughter of William de Fortibus Count of Aumale and Isabel de Redvers Countess of Aumale.
     Amicia died before 1293. She died young.

Aveline de Fortibus

(circa 1251 - 1274 or 1279)
     Sister & heir to William de Fortibus. She inherited the Earldom of Albemarle & Holderness, Barony of Skipton in Craven, Manor of Harewood & other estates. She predeceased her mother.
     She married Edmund (Crouchback or Crookback) Earl of Lancaster, 2nd son of King Henry III who was Lord of Harewood 1274.
     During her minority, King Henry III's eldest son Edward assigned the castle & barony of Skipton to Alexander King of Scotland for 1500 pounds. Edmund obtained her father's vast estates but not her mothers as she was still living. [Parker].
     Edmund subsequently married Blanche daughter of Robert Count of Artois and widow of Henry King of Navarre and had issue. Aveline de Fortibus was born circa 1251 in England. She had 15 years minority as the ward of Richard de Clare, Earl of Gloucester. She was described as 18 in 1269, 21 in 1272.. She was the daughter of William de Fortibus Count of Aumale and Isabel de Redvers Countess of Aumale.
     Aveline de Fortibus married Edmund Earl of Lancaster in April 1269.
     Aveline died in 1274 or 1279. She predeceased her mother and left no issue.

John de Fortibus

( - before 1293)
     John de Fortibus was the son of William de Fortibus Count of Aumale and Isabel de Redvers Countess of Aumale.
     John died before 1293. He left no issue..

Thomas de Fortibus

( - before 1293)
     Thomas de Fortibus was the son of William de Fortibus Count of Aumale and Isabel de Redvers Countess of Aumale.
     Thomas died having been slain before 1293 in Stamford, Lincolnshire, England. He left no issue.

William de Fortibus

(say 1255 - 1274)
     William de Fortibus was born say 1255. He was the son of William de Fortibus Count of Aumale and Isabel de Redvers Countess of Aumale.
     William died in 1274. He left no issue.. He was buried in 1274 in Oxford, Oxfordshire, England.

William de Fortibus

(circa 1190 - 1241)
     William de Fortibus was born circa 1190. He was the only son and heir.. He was the son of William de Fortibus Earl of Albemarle, Skipton and Hawise le Gros.
     William de Fortibus married Aveline de Montfitchet.
     William died starving to death in 1241 in the Mediterranean. He died on his journey to the Holy Land. 25 Henry III.
     William de Fortibus and Amabel FitzDuncan (de Lucy), Cecily de Romelli or FitzDuncan, William de Fortibus Earl of Albemarle, Skipton and Richard Lucy were mentioned in 1302?.

Child of William de Fortibus and Aveline de Montfitchet

William de Fortibus Count of Aumale

(circa 1220 - 1260)
     William de Fortibus Count of Aumale bore arms: Argent, a chief gules, as did his father and grandfather.
     William le Gros founded Scarboro' Castle, where he ruled like a King over the country about it, until he was reduced by King Henry II.
He became lord of Harewood in 1240, 7th Earl of Devonshire (succeeding his grandfather in 1217).. He was born circa 1220 in England. During his minority the King committed the manor of Harewood to Walter Grey, Archbishop of York.. He was the son of William de Fortibus and Aveline de Montfitchet.
     William de Fortibus Count of Aumale married Isabel de Redvers Countess of Aumale, daughter of Baldwin de Redvers and Amicia de Clare, circa 1241. He married three times. First Devorgilla daughter of ... who died without issue; secondly Constance or Christiana, daughter of Alan, Lord of Gallaway (who died 1234) died without issue, thirdly Isabel, daughter of Baldwin Rivers, Earl of Devonshire.
Isabel married William de Fors or de Fortibus, Earl of Albemarle. The correct modern spelling of this name is Aumale, a place situated on the river Brele in Normandy. The Latin form is Alba Marla or Aumalcum. In the 13th century it was called in France Aubemarle or Albemalle. [Oxf Rec Soc V XIV intro].
     William died in 1260 in Amiens, France. He died 40/44 Hen III and was buried at Meaux Abbey 1240! The two Williams are obviously mixed up here, check the sources again.
Roger Hovenden says "he was buried in Thornton Abbey in Lincolnshire which he founded in 1139. in 29 Ed II 1356 [sic], he had a grant for a fair at Pocklington.

Children of William de Fortibus Count of Aumale and Isabel de Redvers Countess of Aumale

William de Fortibus Earl of Albemarle, Skipton

(before 1165 - 1195)
     William de Forz or Fortibus, Earl of Albemarle, Lord of Skipton & Holderness. He became Earl of Albemarle in right of his wife Hawise.
. William de Fortibus Earl of Albemarle, Skipton was born before 1165 in England.
     Hawise le Gros married secondly William de Fortibus Earl of Albemarle, Skipton in 1190 in England.
     William died in 1195 in England.
     William de Fortibus Earl of Albemarle, Skipton and Amabel FitzDuncan (de Lucy), Cecily de Romelli or FitzDuncan, William de Fortibus and Richard Lucy were mentioned in 1302?.

Child of William de Fortibus Earl of Albemarle, Skipton and Hawise le Gros