Forde may refer to:
Forde is a northern suburb of the Canberra, Australia district of Gungahlin. It is named in honour of Frank Forde, who served as Prime Minister of Australia for a week in 1945 following the untimely death of John Curtin.
The Forde Inquiry , or formally the Commission of Inquiry into Abuse of Children in Queensland Institutions, was a special inquiry into child abuse in the state of Queensland, Australia, presided over by Leneen Forde AC, a former Governor of Queensland. Assisting Ms Forde were Dr Jane Thomason and Mr Hans Heilperm.
Fordell Castle is a restored 16th-century tower house, located 1.25 miles north-west of Dalgety Bay and 2 miles (3.2 km) east of Dunfermline, in Fife, Scotland. Parts of the castle date from before 1566, though most dates from 1580 or later.
Forde Abbey is a privately owned former Cistercian monastery in Dorset, England, with a postal address in Chard, Somerset. The house and gardens are run as a tourist attraction while the 1,600-acre estate is farmed to provide additional revenue.
Flight Lieutenant Forde Leathley was an Irish First World War flying ace credited with eight aerial victories.
Forden is a village, formerly in the historic county of Montgomeryshire, near Welshpool in Powys, Wales. It forms part of the community (and community council) of Forden, Leighton and Trelystan with the neighbouring settlements of Trelystan and Leighton.
Forde House, now also known as Old Forde House, is a Grade I listed Jacobean former manor house in Newton Abbot, Devon, England. It was built in c. 1610 and is noted for its fine 17th-century wood-carving and plasterwork.
Forde Everard de Wend Cayley was a British physician who was physician superintendent at Bevendean Hospital for Chest Diseases. He survived great deprivations after spending time in a Japanese prisoner of war camp during the Second World War.
Forden railway station was a station in Forden, Powys, Wales. The station was opened on 10 June 1861 by the Oswestry and Newtown Railway on the section of line between Welshpool and Newtown.
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