Author:Herbert Edward Forrest

Herbert Edward Forrest

British naturalist and antiquary



  • Forrest, Herbert Edward (1899). The fauna of Shropshire: being an account of all the mammals, birds, reptiles & fishes found in the county of Salop. With an introduction dealing with the physical features of the county, a copious index, a chapter on the principal naturalists who have done work in connection with the subject, and a short account of the Wild birds protection acts. Shrewsbury: Wilding.  (external scan) (bhl)
  • —— (1907). The vertebrate fauna of North Wales. London: Witherby. 
  • The old houses of Shrewsbury: their history and associations (1911) (external scan) 1912, Shrewsbury : Wilding. Third edition 1921.
  • The old houses of Wenlock and Wenlock Edge: their history and associations (1915). Shrewsbury (Eng.) : Wilding son.
  • —— (1919). A Handbook to the vertebrate fauna of North Wales. London: Witherby.  (external scan) (bhl), (external scan) (IA), (external scan) (IA).
  • with Forrest, F.B.S. (1923). A History of the Forrest Family of Birmingham & Shrewsbury, with their connections with the Miller, Vaux and Jeffreys families. [With portraits.]. Wellington, Shropshire: Printed for private circulation. 
  • The old houses of Stratford-upon-Avon (1925a). London : Methuen (with 8 plates in colour and 37 other illustrations).
  • —— (1925b). The Story of Stokesay Castle. Shrewsbury: Wilding.  Other editions: 1927, 1931, 1938.
  • —— (1933). The Atlantean continent: Its bearing upon the great ice age and the distribution of species. London: Witherby. 

Publications in The ZoologistEdit

4th series, vol 4 (1900)Edit

4th series, vol 5 (1901)Edit

4th series, vol 6 (1902)Edit

Publications in British BirdsEdit

  • "Obituary. Jannion Steele Elliott (1871-1942)" (pdf on Commons). (1942-07-01) 36 (2): 35.



Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1928.

The longest-living author of these works died in 1942, so these works are in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 80 years or less. These works may be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.