|Birth: ||Jun. 24, 1914|
|Death: ||Nov. 30, 2009|
"Forrest" Markward was son of Martin Forrest Markward and Ada (Moore) of Fort Worth, TX. He received his law degree from UT in Austin and practiced law in Fort Worth until retirement at age 82. Twin flagpoles at the Tarrant County Court House were installed in his honor, along with a dedication plaque.
Forrest served in WWII as a JAG stationed on Mindanao, Philippines. Among his achievements was drafting the surrender document for the Japanese commander which was signed on Mindanao, also in his presence. His family donated his military diaries to the National Museum of the Pacific War in Fredericksburg, TX.
Forrest never married nor had children. He was a lifelong member of the Polytechnic United Methodist Church in Fort Worth.
(Biographical info and photos provided by Annette Markward, wife of John Markward, nephew of Forrest Markward)
Martin Forrest Markward (1891 - 1975)
Ada Belle Moore Markward (1891 - 1930)
Martin Forrest Markward (1914 - 2009)
Alma Adelphia Markward De Hay (1918 - 1979)*
John Oliver Markward (1921 - 1979)*
Shannon Rose Hill Memorial Park
Plot: Greenland Section
Created by: sleuth2
Record added: May 28, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 90890282
To 'Uncle Bro', with love, from 'Mark' & Annette Markward|
Added: May. 28, 2012