although they returned to Staffordshire after the First World War.
After training and her professional career in Stoke-on-Trent and London, Forsyth moved to Farnham, Surrey.
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She was initially trained in pottery and taught it, as well as making murals, but she was primarily known for her stained glass designs and work.
She worked in the Ministry of Town and Country Planning during the years of World War II. Her requiem was held at Farnham's St Joan of Arc Church where Forsyth was a member.
Forsyth then moved to the Greater London area where she first worked at St Oswald Studios and then at The Glass House studio where she worked with Wilhelmina Geddes and the studio owners Mary Lowndes and Alfred J. There are more than 1,000 historical files about Moira Forsyth, dating from 1877 through 1989, at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
These include family certificates of birth and death (1877 to 1976) and papers directly related to her, including business and family correspondence, applications for commissions or memberships, drawings and sketches, project files, photographs and more.
The illustrations are very much of the 1930s and show children white children with blond hair and shorts playing in the forests with the angels.