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Descendants of Robert Forman of Kent Co., Maryland,
who died in 1719-20;


Descendants of Robert Forman of Long Island, New York,

who died in 1671 :
The Forman Family of Monmouth Co., New Jersey;


Notices of other Families of the Name of Forman.








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^Descendants of Robert Fonnan of Keut Co., Maryland : gRAPh no.

Robert Foriuau the Immigrant, Lis acquisitions of land, his will probated 1720. His son

Robert's will. Order of his children. j

Arthur Forman 1st, eldest son of Robert, will probated 1757 2

Francis Forman 1st (1702-1758), son of Arthur 1st, abstract of will 3

John, eldest son of Francis 1st (d. 1785); abstracts of his will, and of the wills of Henrietta

his widow, and of Alice their daughter 4

Sweatnam Forman of "Royston," Q. A. Co. (d. 1807), son of John 5

Arthur Forman 2nd, second son of Francis 1st, d. intestate 1785, abstract of inventory, will

of Mary his widow, d. 1817.. g

William, second son of Arthur 2d, sketch of his life 7

Jesse Forman, son of William, and Dr. S. E. Forman of Baltimore, grandson of Jesse Forman 8
Francis Forman 2nd (1773-1857), son of William, sketch of his life. His will ; the will of

his widow; inscription on tombstones o

Arthur Immel Forman (1807-1867), eldest son of Francis 2nd, sketch of his life. Ancestry
of his wife, Mary Ann Booth of Virginia. Civil War reminiscences of his son. Dr.

William Booth Forman of Florida (Confederate Army) ' jO

Mrs. Anne E. (Forman) Dismukes, daughter of Arthur Immel Forman H

Mrs. Anne E. (Forman) Jones, daughter of Francis Forman 2nd 12

Mrs. Caroline (Forman) Howard, daughter of Francis Forman 2nd I3

William Raymond Forman, son of Francis Forman 2nd I4

Arthur Thomas Forman, son of William Raymond Forman _ I5

Mrs. Mary Jane (Forman) Vickars, daughter of Francis Forman 2nd 16

Table of Descent

Extracts from Church Registers, from other Records, etc.. Ig j^ 32

Wills recorded in Annapolis

~~~~~~ - - - - -.__ _ - _____ ^y

Rev. John Forman (1773-1840) 20

Letters of Administration recorded in Baltimore 21

Wills recorded in Baltimore

Abstracts of some Baltimore wills 00 * 0-7

Pedigrees from same „„ , „«

' — ^8 and 29

Items from Baltimore newspapers __ o/>

Wills recorded in Centreville, Md. „,

Admin istration accounts from Centreville 09

CON TENTS— Continued .


SwKATN AM Family— Genealogy of. - -

Will of Sweatuaiu Burn, etc - - - "•

The Family of Hon. E. E. Farman of Warsaw, New York. ^'^

Descendants of Robert Forniau of Long Island :

, . .... 38

Introduction -

The English Genealogy - - - 39 to 41

Robert Fornian the Immigrant, his will, etc -


Moses, sou of Robert - -

Samuel, son of Robert - - -

Aaron, sou of Robert, and his sons '^'^' •*"' '*'

Samuel Forman. son of Aaron, his commission as High Sheriff of Monmouth County, New

Jersey - - - — "

Extracts from New Jersey Archives

The children of High SherifE Samuel Forman - ^^

Judge Jonathan Forman (d. 1762), second son of High Sheriff Samuel Forman of Mon-
mouth Co., N. J., and his descendants - ^^ *^° ^^

Samuel Forman of Middletown Point, eldest sou of Judge Jonathan 53

Gen. Jonathan Forman, eldest sou of Samuel of Middletown Point; Governor Horatio Sey-

mour of New York, aud other descendants of Gen. Jonathan Forman 54

Philip Freneau, son-in-law of Samuel Forman of Middletown Point 55

Major Samuel S. Forman.

Peter Forman, second son of Judge Jonathan, and his descendants 57 to 69

Garrett Forman and descendants - °^ '°

Judge William P. Forman - ^^

Jonathan Clayton Forman of Cleveland, Ohio - -

Sheriff David Forman, youngest son of Judge Jonathan, and his descendants 70 to 74

Tunis Forman - '

Aaron Forman (d. 1742), third .son of High Sheriff Samuel Forman of Monmouth, and

his descendants, William Henry Forman of New York City aud others 75

Captain John Forman (d. 1748), fourth son of High Sheriff Samuel Formau, and his

descendants. Col. Samuel Forman of the Revolution. '6

Joseph Forman (d. 1775), fifth son of High Sheriff Samuel Forman and his descendant8.77 to 102

Joseph Forman 2d, eldest son of Joseph ..- '


CI IV II ^£> C*LIV» J »J *•* lUUliw-'J" J-"!" _ - - . - - - - - - . -

Richard Howell Forman - - -

The Formau family at Natchez and in Missis.sippi

.. 87

Stephen Samuel Forman.. - -

Ezekiel Forman, second son of Joseph 1st -

Will of Thomas Marsh. - ^^


Gen. Thomas Marsh Forman of " Rose Hill," Cecil Co., Md -

Col. Joseph Formau of Queen Anne's Co. -

CONTENTS— Continued.


Major Ezekiel Foniiau of " Cloverfields," Q. A. Co

Ezekiel Marsh Foriuau of Centreville ..

Hon. Ezekiel F. Chambers

Gen. David Fornian of the Revolution

Ezekiel FoRMAN of Upper Freelu.ld, Monmouth Co.. New Jersey (d. 1746J, sixth .son of

High hhenff bumuel Fonnau of Monmouth, and his descendants 103 to 149

Thonaas Forman, secoud son of Ezekiel of Upper Freehold, and his descendants in Kentucky ^

and elsewhere •'


Ezekiel Forraau of Mason Co., Ky., eldest son of Thomas IQg

Thomas Seabrooke Forman of Louisville, Ky., eldest son of Ezekiel of Mason Co 107

Col. James Brown Forman of the Union Army, son of Thomas Seabrooke Forman of

John Samuel Forman, third son of Ezekiel Forman of Mason Co., Ky HO

Rev. Ezekiel Fonnan, D. D., of Kentucky, son of Ezekiel Forman of Mason Co.... ... . 116

Benjamin Rice Fonnan of New Orleans, son of Rev. Ezekiel Fonnan, D. D 117

Thomas Throckmorton Forman of Lexington, Ky., son of Rev. Dr. Ezekiel Forman 118

Rev. Charles William Fonnan of Lahore, India, sou of Ezekiel Fonnan of Mason Co., Ky 119

Whiteman W. Forman of Paris, Ky., son of Ezekiel Forman of Mason Co '..... 121

Joseph Forman of Mason Co., Ky., sou of Thomas j^^

Hou. George Lewis Formau of Mason Co., Ky., son of Joseph. 130

Lieutenant San.uel Tebbs Forn.-,n of the Confederate Army, son of Hou. Ge... L. Forman'. 131

Samuel Fonnan of Ma.?on Co., Ky., son of Thomas jgg

Gen. Thomas Morgan Forman of Mason Co., Ky., sou of Samuel 136

Dr. Aaron Forman of Hunterdon Co., N. J., tlnrd .son of Ezekiel of Upper FreehohirMon-

mouth Co.,— his sons, and their descendants jjg ^,^ j^g

Ezekiel Forman, fourth son of Ezekiel Formau of Upper Freehold, Monmouth Co N J " 149
pEscENDANTS of Robert Fonuan of Long Island, in Westchester and Tioga Counties N Y in

Calitornia, Canada, and elsewhere

pTHER Families whose connection with the foregoing has not been traced 161 to 153

Judge Joshua Forman, the founder of Syracuse-sketch of his life, etc 151

Aaron Formau, Revolutionary Soldier from Virginia. ._

Hon. William S. Formau of Illinois ...

Rev. Aaron Parker Forman

The Fonmin family of St. Clair Co., Ala., descended from Samuel Formau of Halifax Co.,


N.C. __

Extracts from Annals of Newtown, Long Island.




Rose Hill ...Froutispiecc

Francis Eagle Fornian - 1^

Samuel Eagle Foriuau, A. M., Ph. D 19

Frauds Foriuau -^

Mrs. Aune E. (Imniel) Foriuau 23

Arthur Immel Formau - 27

Residence of Arthur I. Foriiiaii 29

Booth Coat-of-Arnis - 30

Mrs. Mary A. (Booth) Formau 30

William Booth - . - - - 32

"Leiuster," Nottoway Co., Virginia 34

Major William Fitzgerald 34

Mrs. Sarah (Epes) Fitzgerald 34

Dr. William Booth Formau 37

Mrs. Elisha Paul Dismukes 41

E. Paul Dismukes, Jr_ 42

Childreu of E. P. Di.=niukes, Jr 42

Robert Ernest Dismukes 42

The Teuneut Parsonage 75

Mrs. Eleanor Formau Hankiuson 81

Ebenezer Forman 82

Garrett Fornian. 85


Mrs. K.-thtr 1\>: man Cadinu.<- . - - 86

Williiiui P. Fonuau 89

Samuel William Formau - 91

Jonathan Clayton Formau 91

Samuel William Formau, 2d- 91

General Thomas Marsh Formau 105

General David Formau - 112

Colonel James Brown Formau 117

Rev. Charles William Formau 123

Lieut. Samuel Tebbs Formau - 127

William Forman - 130

Judge Joshua Forman. 135

Mrs. Elizabeth Fonuau Buckelew. 140

Fransincliy Fornian - - 140

Mrs. Catharine Formau Way. -140

Emma Francis Way. - 140

Jonathan Forman — 144

John Clayton Formau 144

Mary Jane Forman 144

Jonathan Claytou Formau, Jr 152

Elizabeth Mary Formau 152

Residence of Jonathan Claytou Formau 152



Booth Family, further information, Appendi.K A. - - - - 14o

Wyckoff Family, Appendix B -. - ^^''

Jonathan Forman, of Freehold, N. J., Appendix C - 14^

Hamilton Forman, Appendix D -

George V. Formau, Appendix D - - -

Justus Miles Forman, Appendix E. - - 1'^


Robert Henry Forman, Appendix F -

Hon. William S. Forman, of East St. Louis, Appendix G 149

Jacob Forman, of Westchester County, N. Y., Appendix H - - 150


At the beginning of the researches made by Miss Anne Spottswood Dandridge
on the genealogy of the Forman family in Maryland, it was hoped that a common
ancestor for all persons of the name could be found. This hope is as yet unfulfilled,
but it has nevertheless been thought best to include in the book not only the
descendants of Robert Forman, who died in 1719-20, but also another family whose
ancestor came to Maryland from Monmouth Co., New Jersey, later in the same cen-
tury—the eighteenth. Much information had been collected regarding the New
Jersey family before it appeared that the connection, if any, was remoter than at
first supposed, and a good deal has been since added relating to other branches of
the New Jersey family whose earliest ancestor in America, also named Robert For-
man, died in Long Island in 1671. There will also be found in these pages notices
of other families of the name whose connection with the two mentioned is as yet

It is proper to state that, while the book has been principally compiled by
Miss Dandridge, much additional matter has been added by various contributors, to
all of whom I desire to renew the expression of my thanks. The following have been
especially helpful in rendering assistance:

Mrs. Josephine Forman Rodgers of Washington, D. C, Hon. E. E. Farman of
Warsaw, N. Y., Mr. J. Clayton Eorman of Cleveland, Ohio, Dr. W. B. Forman of
Florida, Mr. Charles Forman of New Orleans, La., and Hon. E. P. Dismukes of
Columbus, Ga., and others whose names will be mentioned in the body of the work.

Additional information and corrections will be welcomed.
1515 Third Avenue, A. E. F. Dismukes.

Columbus, Ga. (Mrs. E. P. Dismukes.)


Genealogy of the Forman Family of Maryland— Descended from

Robert Forman who died in 1720.

1. From the Index of Early Settlers in the Land ofBce at Annapolis, Mary-
land, Liber 18, folio 94, it appears that Robert Forman arrived in Maryland in the
year 1674. Whether he came directly from England or was an offshoot of a family
already settled in the colonies — perhaps of the family which had settled in Long
Island a generation before, is unknown. That such a removal would not be singular
is shown by the case of Augustine Herman who came from New Amsterdam, made
the famous map and founded Bohemia Manor in Maryland.

Robert Forman became the owner of "Lewstern," a tract of land of 200 acres
on the north side of the Chester River, surveyed for him on October 12, 1704 (Rent
Roll of Kent Co. page 65, MS in Md. Hist. Socy.), and granted to him, according to
the deed to Calder hereafter to be mentioned, by letters patent of the Lord Pro-
prietory, on October 10, 1707. His will (at Annapolis) shows that he also owned
the upper part of " Blackhall's Hermitage," 100 acres, also on Chester River. In
1707 it appears (Rent Roll of Kent Co. page 59) that 100 acres of "Blackhall's
Hermitage" was "possest" by Edward Eorman, whose relationship to Robert is
unknown. From Edward it seems to have passed to Robert. Nothing more is known
of Robert's life except what may be learned from the following :

" Whereas There hath been Eight hundred twenty-five thousand Nyne hun-
Idred Seventy Nyne pounds of Tobacco Expended Layd out & disbursed by several
of the Inhabitants of this Province in the late Expedicon against the Nanticoke
Indians and other the necessary Charges of this province which hath been examined
stated and allowed by the upper and lower houses of this present General Assembly
To the intent therefore That the same may be satisfied and paid to these persons to
whom the same is due Bee itt Enacted by the Right Hont-'e the Lord Proprietary
by and with the advice of this present General Assembly and the Authority of the
bame That the said Eight hundred twenty five thousand Nyne Hundred Seventy
Nyne pounds of Tobacco be paid in the manner & form as is hereafter Expressed by
m Equal Assessment uppon the persons & Estates of the Inhabitants of this Province
:-\nd be payd to the severall persons to whome the same is due as aforesaid Any Law
Statute Custome or vseage to the Contrary thereof Notwithstanding."


Then follow the amounts to be paid to the persons named, among whom Robert
Foreman of Kent County is to be paid ;W0 lbs

rProcednre of the Assembly of Maryland. October, Novembei, 1678 )
a Sb t Forman's will, which is c-xtant, and which we subjon., '- -me .
n aV .., To those who are at all acquainted with old records it is well

generally due to the carelessness or ignorance oi the clerk.


In the name of God Amen. I Robert Foreman being sick and weak in body
but of sound ^nd perfect memory praised be to God for his mercy. Do make this my
list will and Testament, in manner and form as iolU.weth. , , , ,. h«

ml First I bequeath my soul to God AUniight who gave it and body to be
decently hurried at the direction of my Executor hereafter named.

Secondly, I will that my debts be oneslly paid.

ThW y 1 will that the Dwelling plantation I now live up..n shall be for he
use of m loviiig wife Marv Foreman during her life for to live upon ior her and her
^Idr^s maintenance but in Case She after should marie & be renounced from t lu.
pJantation that then it shall be Lett yearly rent for the good of my children b...n

""^ *''' Fmi^thlv I give to mv son Robert Foreman fifty acrers of Land called Luse-
tren, be-;; attoi.T.act\.f two hundred acrers at U^^ North East End .>f the
Trict and the rest of my three youngest children as followetU.

rnhly, Igive to my youngest son Charles Foreman Fifty acres of Land

tbe V^^^J^l ^^^ ,,, Wm. Foreman fifty acres of Land adjacent to the
second t - L ^ ^_^^ ^^ ^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^.^^^^ ^^^.^^ ^, 3,. Tract t

them their heirs & afd & assignds for ever.

8th,ly, I give to my youngest Daughter Eliz^. Foreman two cows and calves
niid sow <fe piffRS young maie & two ewes. .„ ^, , ..a

9thly f give to my son Aurther Foreman the plantation with the hunded
acres of Land that he lives upon called the Upper part of Blackhalls hermitage, his ^

heirs an assignis forever.

lOthly I give to my Daughter A. Mildratt Hendrickson one shilling.

llthlv I give to my Daughter Mary Fanning one shilling.

12thly I give to my loving wife Mary Foreman all the rest of my lemporal

^'*'*' And in Case that any of my four youngest Children should Dye without heirs j
that then the Land be Equally Divided among the rest f the surviving of the four
& my Daughter Eliza then to have an Equal part of said Land with the rest of the

•Annapolis Records T. B. 1-311.




And lastly I constitute my well beloved wife Mary Foreman and my Son
Aurther Foreman my sole Executors of this my Will and Testament as witness my
hand & Seal the Twenty Seventh day of Sept Anno Dom 1711.

Robert Foreman (Seal)
Signed Sealed &, Diliverd before us
Thos Winn
Michael Haskett

This Day Micheal Haskett & Thos. Winn came before me James Harris D.
Conty of s<i County & made oath upon the Holy Evangelist that they Saw ye above
Robert Foreman signe, Seale publish &, declare the above will to be his last will «fc
Testament & that he was of sound sense &, perfect Memory

Sworn this 15th day of March 1719 Jas. Harris D. Conty.

Note : — Although as a rule it has been attempted in this work to finish with
each branch before taking up the next younger, we now give the will of the second
son, a little out of the proper order, since the line is not carried further.


" I Robert Foreman of Kent County in the province of Maryland

I give and bequeath unto Elizabeth, my dearly beloved wife, all my stock of horses,
cattle and hogs, together with all my household goods and movables.

I give to my well beloved son, Walter Foreman, all and singular the lands,
messuages and tenements to him and his heirs forever. . . .

Exrs. wife Elizabeth and son Walter.

prob. July 27, 1762. Robt. Foreman's K ; seal

The order in which Robert Forman's children were born is not altogether cer-
tain, and is obtained partly from the will and partly from a deed from Robert's
oldest son Arthur, another son John and his wife, and Elizabeth their sister and
her husband Richard Chaddock, by which they all convey to James Calder, attorney
at law of '. hestertown, Md., the portion of the Lewstern estate which had been de-
vised by the will to William and John. The deed recites that William died after
his father without issue, and the will is attested by only two witnesses ; the lands
presumably did not pass thereby, and estate in fee descended to Arthur as heir at
law of Robert. Arthur therefore became a party to the deed for the benefit of the
others. The price paid was twenty pounds Maryland currency to John and his wife
and Elizabeth and her husband, Arthur receiving the nominal sura of five shillings.
This deed is dated February 8, 1733, and is recorded in Liber J. S. No. 16, folio 432
etc. (A Land Record for Kent Co., Md.).

Arthur was clearly the eldest son. That the daughters Mildred and Mary,
who were maiTied at the time of the will, were older than their brother Robert is

•Wills, Chestertown, Kent Co., Md.



uncertain, but since Robert the younger seems to have been nt)t yet pi'ovided with
an establishment of liis own as his eldest brother had been, it is presumed his mar-
ried sisters were older than he — they may, indeed, have been older than Arthur.
As the three youngest children are named as Charles, William and John, and
Charles is stated to be tlie youngest, the pi'opei' order would seem to be — John, Wil-
liam, and Charles. Tlie proper place of Elizabeth, tlie youngest daughter, is as
difficult to determine as the places of her sisters. She may be assigned however to
the place between Robert and John.

The family of Robert, thus conjecturally arranged, is as follows :

Robert Fouman, d. 1719-20.
m. Mary (or Margaret )

1, Arthur Forman, d. 1757

m. 1st Mary Reed

m. i?nd Elizabeth , who survived him.


2, Mildred Forman, m. Ht'iidrickson.


3, Mary Forman, m. Fanning.


4, Robert Forman. d. 17(>1*

m. Elizabeth , son: Walter Forman.


5, Elizabeth Forman, m. Richard Chaddock, Planter, of Kent Co.


6, John Forman. m. Mary .


7, William Fiirnian, d. witliout issue.


8, Charles Forman.

2. Arthur Forman, son of Robert, owned a plantation of lUO acres called
the upper part of Blackiiall's Hermitage, devised to him by his father's will, lie
was church warden in 1723 of St. Paul's parish in Kent Co. (Old Kent, p. 353).


Arthur Forman

m. 1st May 13. 1700, Mary Reed, buried May 10, 1713.
I (Rctrister of St. Paul's Parish pages 27 L etc.)

^ 3

1, Francis Forman, b. Oct. 28, 1702, d. 1758

m. Elizabeth, dau. of John Sweatnam.


2, Arthur Forman, b. Nov. 3, 1700.


3, Mary Forman, 1). June 19, 1711.

ra. 2nd Elizabeth , who survived her husband.

' 1 3

4, Robert Forman, b. Jany. 12, 1723.




" I, Arthur Forman of Kent County "...'• To wife Elizabeth all per-
sonal estate." ..." To my son Francis my dwelling plantation, 100 a." . . .
Jan. 26, 1756. Prob. Nov. 7, 1757.


3. Francis Forman, of Queen Anne's Co., Md. Born October 28, 1702, died
1758. (Will prob. Feb. 18, 1758. Lib. W. H. N. fol. 146, Q. A. Rec.) Owner of
land in Kent Co. " Blackhall's Hermitage;" and land in Queen Anne's Co., "Roys-
ton" and "Fishingham" (the latter estates in right of his wife.)

m. (prior to 1731) Elizabeth Sweatnam, daughter of John, son of Richard
Sweatnam of "Royston." By will, 1697, Richard Sweatnam devised
"Royston," then 1200 acres, to his son John, from whom it was inherited
by John's two daughters, Elizabeth and Hannah. In 1731 mutual deeds
to "Royston"" etc., were signed by Elizabeth and her husband, Francis
Forman, and Hannah and her husband. Matthew Dockery.
(Deed Oct. 21, 1731. Lib. R. T. No. A., fol. 85.101.)


9 children


Francis Forman, son of Arthur and Mary (Reed) Forman, b. Oct. 28, 1702,
d. 1758.

m. before 1731 Elizabeth Sweatnam, dau. of Capt. John Sweatnam:
I (See account of Sweatnam family to be given later.)

I 4 4

1, John Forman, d. 1785. 5, Francis Forman.

m. Henrietta — , d. 1791. 4

4 6, Anne Forman.

2, Mary Forman. 4

m. William Cockrall. . 7, Rebecca Forman.

4 4

3, Arthur Forman, d. 1785. - 8, Hambleton Forman.

m. Mary . 4

4 9, James Forman.

4, Elizabeth Forman.


I, Francis Forman, being sick and weak in body but of sound and disposing
mind, <fec. . . .

To my son Arthur Foreman and his heirs one hundred acres of Land in Kent
County known by the name of Blackhalls Hermitage . . . and failing issue from
my son Arthur Foreman I give aforeL..:d hundred acres to my son, Francis Foreman,
and failing Francis heirs I give it to ray son Hambleton Foreman and failing heirs

IB. T. 2,414 iAnnapV ' 7 acres.

^WiLLS Queen Ann^. „ . W. H. N. 1.— This will is recorded in Annapolis, B. T. 2, 4.33; by a clerical error
the name js there given "Fresman " in the beginning of the paper. It is signed Foreman.


from his body to my son James Foreman. ... To son Arthur Foreman my best
bed and furniture (for it) . . . To daughter Mary Foreman ray next best bed
and furniture ... to daugliter Elizabeth Foreman the next best bed (<fec) to
her sister Mary's.

All remainder t)f Personall estate to be equally Divided amongst my children

Mary, Arthur, Elizabeth, Francis, Anne, Rebecca, Hambleton and James . . .

my four sons and four daughters having before given a legacy to my eldest son,

John. ... I appoint John Small Ex'r. Francis (sic).

Arthur Forman. Edward Cinipper.

Arthur Chrisfield. prob. Feb. 13, 1758.


4. John Forman, son of Francis and Elizabeth (Sweatnam) Forman, d. 1785.
m. Henrietta , d. 1791.

1, Ann Forman, m. Smith.


, ., , ,, i of Delaware, cousins,

m. 2nd Elizabeth Kent )

2, Sweatnam Forman, m. 1st Elizabeth Kent

m. 2nd Elizabeth Kent
m. 3d Hannah Wroth.


3, 'Jolin Forman, m. Sarah ; no children.

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