Thomas Spencer Forsaith was born 18 July 1814 in London, England, United Kingdom to Samuel Forsaith (1776-1832) and Elizabeth Emberson (1782-1844) and died 29 November 1898 Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Elizabeth Mary Clements (1813-1900) 17 May 1838 in Meeting House, Old Broad-Street, London, England, United Kingdom.


Offspring of Thomas Spencer Forsaith and Elizabeth Mary Clements (1813-1900)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Charlotte Clements Forsaith (1843-1894)

Footnotes (including sources)

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₪ Wedding
  • This unusual event is thus announced in the S. M. Herald :— Forsaith—Clements—Married May 17, 1838, in the historic Meeting House, Old Broad-Street, London, by the Rev. Edward Mannering, at the time Pastor of the Congregational Church, Holywell Mount, afterwards of Bishopsgate-street Church, Thomas Spencer Forsaith to Elizabeth Mary Clements, youngest daughter of Robert Clements, Esq., of Great James street, Hoxton. Shortly after the marriage the bride and bridegroom embarked in the Coromandel, chartered by Mr. Forsaith and his partner, W. White, for New Zealand via Sydney. They arrived at Sydney the latter end of November, spent six week there, and eventually landed at Hokianga in December, to commence a wonderfully chequered and eventful life. The aged couple are now residing at their well-known home, Morton-house, Parramatta, awaiting their summons to the " house not made with hands."
Albury Banner and Wodonga Express, 20 May 1898, page 39
¶ Death
  • FORSAITH.—November 29, at Morton House, Parramatta, the Rev. Thomas Spencer Forsaith, in his 85th year. No flowers
, 1 December 1898, page 1