Born 1 August 1891 in Markinch, Fife, Scotland 
Daughter of Thomas IZATT and Isabella DUNSIRE 
Her family surname of IZATT was believed to have originated from a small island in the West Hebrides [P300]
In 1901 was living with her parents, sister Catherine and brothers James and Andrew at Sawmill Cottages in Buckhaven, Fife 
Her father initially worked as a Collier however later rose to the position of a Colliery Clerk [P1]
Prior to her marriage she was a School Teacher and was residing at Glenegle Cottage at Aberhill in Wemyss, Fife, Scotland 
Married Australian Imperial Force soldier James King FORRESTER on 27 December 1918 in Wemyss, Fife, Scotland 
Witnesses to their marriage were Andrew H. DUNSIRE and her sister Catherine McLeod IZATT 
Following her marriage continued to reside at Glenegle Cottage in Aberhill while her husband was on active service [30: item 4023274]
Along with her husband departed London, England on the steamship Port Napier on 29 December 1919 [30: item 4023274]
They arrived on the steamship Port Napier in Fremantle, Western Australia on 2 February 1920 
Briefly resided with her husband and his parents in the Perth suburb of Fremantle before shifting to Carnamah [P300]
In Carnamah she initially lived with her husband's cousin Mrs Jane ROBERTSON on Woodbine Farm [P300]
Her husband had acquired a farm on the Carnamah Estate in Carnamah and to begin with lived in a humpy on the property [P300]
Took up residence with her husband on his farm in Carnamah after a house had been erected on the property [P300]
Resided with her husband and later children on Dunester Farm in Carnamah 1920-1934  [5: 31-Aug-1934]
The farm was named Dunester using the start of her second middle name (Dun) and the end of her husband's surname (ester) [P81]
She was a third cousin once removed of John BOWMAN of Carnamah, who'd previously farmed with her husband [P1]
Both she and John were descendants of Archibald BOWMAN and Margaret WILLIAMSON who wed in Scotland in 1755 [P1]
Rendered a vocal item at the Official Opening of the Carnamah Hall on Thursday 17 February 1921 [9: 25-Feb-1921]
Member of the Carnamah Amateur Concert Party in 1922 [9: 15-Sep-1922]
Sang "The Song that Reached my Heart" at the Carnamah Amateur Concert Party's Concert in Carnamah on 7 September 1922 
Signed the petition in February 1923 for the Irwin Licensing Court to grant a hotel license for Carnamah [10: 9-Mar-1923]
She was initially very homesick, however only once returned to Scotland to visit her homeland, parents, family and friends [P9]
Departed Fremantle, Western Australia on the steamship Esperance Bay with her daughter Isabel and son Alan 
After a voyage of about a month they arrived on the Esperance Bay in Southampton, England on 12 April 1925 
Their address during their seven month sojourn was 31 Wellesley Road in Buckhaven, Fife, Scotland 
They departed London, England on the steamship Hobsons Bay on 24 November 1925 bound for Fremantle, Western Australia 
One of the four judges who judged the exhibits of the Carnamah District Agricultural Society's 1927 show [9: 21-Oct-1927]
Attended Charles ROBERTSON and Winifred LANG's wedding and reception in Carnamah on 27 March 1928 [4: 31-Mar-1928]
In October 1928 herself and her husband had Mr and Mrs LIVY of Perth stay with them on their farm in Carnamah [4: 20-Oct-1928]
Also attended the Plain and Fancy Dress Ball held at the Carnamah Hall on Thursday 8 August 1929 [4: 17-Aug-1929]
Foundation Member of the Carnamah Presbyterian Ladies Guild in 1929 - was Vice President in 1929 and 1930 
Attended the Grand Ball following the Carnamah Show and opening of Centenary Park on 19 September 1929 [4: 28-Sep-1929]
After spending a week in Perth herself, her husband and their children returned to Carnamah on Sunday 13 October 1929 [4: 19-Oct-1929]
Won 1st prizes for Fancy Scones, Fruit Cake and White Hen Eggs and 2nd for Shortbread at the Carnamah Show in 1930 [4: 27-Sep-1930]
Attended the evening Ball after the Carnamah Races on 2 October 1930 in a dress of black French pleated georgette [4: 18-Oct-1930]
Won 1st prizes for Shortbread and Fruit Cake and 2nd prize for Cakes at the Carnamah Agricultural Show in 1932 [5: 23-Sep-1932]
Attended the Show Ball following the Carnamah Show on 15 September 1932 in a gown of floral crepe-de-chine [5: 23-Sep-1932]
Herself and her husband travelled to Perth to attend the Perth Royal Show during the first week of October 1932 [5: 7-Oct-1932]
On 30 June 1933 it was reported she was progressing favourably following treatment at the Carnamah Private Hospital [5: 30-Jun-1933]
Member of the Carnamah Repertory Club in 1933 and 1934 [4: 7-Jul-1934] [5: 16-Jun-1933]
Attended the Coorow-Waddy Agricultural Show at Maley Park in Coorow on Thursday 7 September 1933 [5: 15-Sep-1933]
Herself and Mrs Jenny MCGILP judged the Confectionary section at the Three Springs Agricultural Show in 1933 [5: 29-Sep-1933]
Committee Member in 1933 and Member in 1934 of the Carnamah Golf Club [5: 28-Jul-1933] [4: 4-Jul-1934]
Herself and her husband attended the opening of the East Marchagee Hall in Marchagee on Saturday 11 November 1933 [5: 17-Nov-1933]
Member of Carnamah's branch of the Country Women's Association in 1933 and 1934[4: 8-Sep-1934] [5: 24-Nov-1933]
Made and donated the cake for the 2nd birthday celebration of the Carnamah C.W.A. on Saturday 18 November 1933 [5: 24-Nov-1933]
In 1933 also donated a cake for the supper party of the Carnamah Repertory Club, of which her husband was Patron [5: 1-Dec-1933]
Herself and her husband and children spent a holiday in East Fremantle in February 1934 [5: 2-Feb-1934]
On the evening of Thursday 15 March 1934 attended the Carnamah Race Club's Annual Dance at the Carnamah Hall [5: 16-Mar-1934]
Attended the Farewell Social to Miss Doris MCLEAN at BERRIGAN's home in Carnamah on Wednesday 11 April 1934 [5: 13-Apr-1934]
Attended the Parkinson Tennis Club's Dance, which was held at the Carnamah Hall on Saturday 14 April 1934 [5: 20-Apr-1934]
Attended the Carnamah Golf Club's Opening Season Dance at the Carnamah Hall on Saturday 21 April 1934 [5: 27-Apr-1934]
On Saturday 12 May 1934 attended the Carnamah Football Club's Grand Opening Ball in a dress of floral georgette [5: 18-May-1934]
Attended the Carnamah Roman Catholic Church's Ball held at the Carnamah Hall on Saturday 26 May 1934 [5: 1-Jun-1934]
Donated the first prize of 7/6 cash for the Confectionary section of the Carnamah Agricultural Show in 1934 [5: 3-Aug-1934]
After visiting her daughter Isabel at the Mount Hospital in Perth she returned to Carnamah and came down with a heavy cold [P300]
Passed away from pneumonia and heart failure at the Carnamah Private Hospital at 14 Robertson Street, Carnamah [5: 31-Aug-1934]
Mother of Isabel, Alan and Ian [P81]
Died 29 August 1934 in Carnamah; buried at the Winchester Cemetery, Carnamah (Row B, Plot 12) 
Rev. John BARNES of Carnamah officiated at her funeral, which was undertaken by Henry Parkin & Son, also of Carnamah 
Following her death Letters of Administration for her estate, valued at £359, was granted to her husband [81: 14-Oct-1934]
From The North Midland Times newspaper, Friday 31 August 1934:
Death of Mrs. Forrester
"The very deepest of sympathy will be felt by the whole district for Mr. J. K. Forrester and family in their sudden bereavement of wife and mother by the death of Mrs. Forrester at 5 p.m. on Wednesday afternoon. The late Mrs. Forrester had only returned from Perth the previous Wednesday, and had to be taken to the Carnamah Private Hospital suffering from pneumonia on Thursday night, where under the unremitting care of Dr. C. P. Rosenthal, the Sister and nursing staff, she was making a steady recovery, until heart failure caused a sudden collapse. The bereavement has been made all the more tragic on account of the serious illness of Mr. Forrester's daughter Isabel, and the death of his father only a year ago. Christina Brown Dunsire Forrester was born at Fifeshire, Scotland, 43 years ago, and came out to Western Australia and Carnamah in February 1920, shortly after her marriage. The deceased lady leaves a family of three: Isabel, aged 13 years; Alan, aged 11; and Ian, aged 4. Throughout her 14 years' association with the district Mrs. Forrester had been a willing helper in all phases of community life, and especially those in which her husband was interested. Work in connection with the [Carnamah] show perhaps claimed her attention most but the Country Women's Association, the Presbyterian Church, and the Tennis, Golf and Repertory Clubs all received a share of her generous support. The district has lost one whom it respected most highly, and one who will be greatly missed. The funeral will take place this (Friday) afternoon, preceded by a service conducted by Pastor J. Barnes at 3 p.m. in the Carnamah hall. As a mark of respect to the late Mrs. Forrester, and to Mr. Forrester, who is a returned soldier, members of the Carnamah Sub-Branch of the R.S.L., from 12.30 p.m. yesterday afternoon until the funeral takes place today, have kept a continuous vigil over the remains, which are lying in the church hall."
From The Irwin Index newspaper, Saturday 1 September 1934:
Mrs. J. K. Forrester - Passing of a Popular Lady
"Residents of Carnamah and district received a shock on Wednesday last when news was circulated to the effect that Mrs. Christina Brown Dunsire Forrester, wife of the chairman of the Carnamah Road Board (Mr. J. K. Forrester) had passed away at the Carnamah Private Hospital after a brief illness. The deceased lady, who was 43 years of age, was well and favourably known right throughout the district, and with her husband enjoyed the esteem and goodwill of residents in all parts of the North Midlands. Only recently the late Mrs. Forrester returned from the city having made a hurried journey in consequence of the serious illness of her daughter (Isobel), and it was shortly afterwards that she was stricken with an acute attack of pneumonia that necessitated admission to hospital.
The late Mrs. Forrester was born at Fifeshire (Scotland) and arrived at Carnamah in company with her husband between fourteen and fifteen years ago. Since then she has reared a family of one daughter (Isobel) and two sons (Alan and Ian), who are left to mourn with their bereaved and grief-stricken father.
At noon on Thursday the remains were conveyed from the Carnamah Hospital to the Church Hall, and from that hour until the commencement of the funeral yesterday a continuous vigil was kept by members of the Carnamah Branch of the R.S.L., of which Mr. Forrester is an active and popular member.
During yesterday the body was transferred to the Carnamah Hall and in the afternoon the funeral took place, the service being conducted by Pastor J. Barnes, of the Carnamah Presbyterian Church. At the graveside were residents from all parts of the district., various organisations represented being the Carnamah Road Board, Carnamah Masonic Lodge, Carnamah Agricultural Society, Carnamah Repertory Club, Carnamah Golf Club, Carnamah Branch of R.S.L., Carnamah Tennis Club, Carnamah Rifle Club, and Carnamah Football Club.
A further reference to the funeral will appear in next week's issue."
From The West Australian newspaper, Wednesday 5 September 1934:
Country News - Carnamah
"Sept. 2 - Widespread regret was felt throughout the district at the death of Mrs J. K. Forrester, wife of the chairman of the Carnamah Road Board. An Impressive service was held in the Carnamah hall and wreaths were sent from all parts of the district."
From The North Midland Times newspaper, Friday 7 September 1934:
Funeral - The Late Mrs. J. K. Forrester
"The funeral took place last Friday of Mrs. J. K. Forrester, whose death occurred from heart failure following on pneumonia at the Carnamah Private Hospital of Wednesday of last week. About 200 people gathered at the graveside to pay their last respects, and a cortege of nearly 60 cars followed the remains to the cemetery at Winchester. The funeral was preceded by a short but impressive service in the Carnamah hall, which was filled with 250 friends of the bereaved family. The service was conducted by Pastor J. Barnes, who paid a tribute to the Christian character of the deceased. The funeral was attended to by friends of all parts of the district: Carnamah, Winchester, Coorow, Waddy Forest, Gunyidi, Three Springs and Mingenew, and representatives of every organisation in the district, while members of the Carnamah Sub-Branch of the R.S.L. acted as pall-bearers. An exceptionally large number of floral tributes were received adding a note of beauty and dignity to the service in the hall and the scene at the graveside."
From The Irwin Index newspaper, Saturday 8 September 1934:
Late Mrs. Forrester - Funeral at Carnamah - Large Assemblage at Graveside
"The late Mrs. J. K. Forrester, wife of Mr. J. K. Forrester, the chairman of the Carnamah Road Board, whose untimely death at the comparatively young age of 43 years was reported in our issue of last week, was laid to rest in the Carnamah District Cemetery at Winchester on Friday of last week in the presence of a very large assemblage of residents of Carnamah and the surrounding districts, the gathering providing eloquent testimony to the esteem of the deceased lady and her husband. Prior to leaving for the cemetery a service was held at the Carnamah Hall, the nearby church not being large enough to accommodate all those desirous of paying a last tribute of respect, and even the seating accommodation in the commodious hall was overtaxed. The service was conducted by the Rev. J. Barnes, who also officiated at the graveside. During the service two of the late Mrs. Forrester's favourite hymns - "Sun of My Soul" and "Abide With Me" - were impressively rendered by the large congregation without accompaniment. As the casket was borne slowly through the streets of the town which the departed lady had so often traversed, and frequently in the performance of some public service, approximately sixty motor vehicles followed the hearse to take part in the last sad journey to the cemetery. Mr. Forrester, being a prominent member of the Masonic fraternity, many of his brethren attended the funeral as a token of sympathy towards him in his trying ordeal, the Mingenew and Carnamah Lodges both being officially represented. Mrs. Forrester had been a sterling supporter of the Country Women's Association during her lifetime, and representatives of the Carnamah, Mingenew and Three Springs Branches of the Association were present at the funeral. Other organisations represented were the Carnamah Road Board, Mingenew Road Board, Three Springs Road Board, Carnamah R.S.L., Yandanooka R.S.L., Carnamah Agricultural Society, Mingenew Agricultural Society, Coorow-Waddy Agricultural Society, Carnamah Repertory Club, Carnamah Golf Club, Carnamah Tennis Club, Carnamah Rifle Club, Carnamah Football Club, North Midlands Co-operative Coy., Shell Oil Coy., and Vacum Oil Coy. The bereaved husband as chief mourner was supported by Mr. C. Robertson, who is a distant relative. The pall-bearers were members of the Carnamah Branch of the R.S.L., who maintained a continuous vigil over the remains of the late Mrs. Forrester during the period the coffin remained in the Church Hall.
Among those at the graveside were Mr. and Mrs. John Bowman, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Hidden, Mr. A. Smart, Mr. G. Smart, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Clark, Mr. I. Johnson, Mr J. Lang sen. and Mrs. Lang, Mr J. Lang jun., Mr. A. C. Bierman, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. McGilp, Mr. A. Mortimer, Mrs. Watson, Mr. H. Barnett (North Midlands Co-operative Coy.) and Mrs Barnett, Mr. E. Hunt (chairman of the Three Springs Road Board) and Mrs. Hunt, Mr. R. Shaw (manager of the E.S. and A. Bank at Three Springs), Mr. G. Mulligan, Mr. W. A. T. Sargent, Mr. and Mrs. F. Bingham, Mr. N. Somers (Moora), Mr. D. Walter (Moora), Mr. T. J. Berrigan, Miss Berrigan, Mr. L. P. Parker, Mr. J. Burns, Mr. J. M. Haig, Mr. P. K. Haig, Mr. J. C. Haig, Mrs. H. Brady, Mr. E. C. Andrews, Mr. A. J. Mortimer, Mr. R. Barnhart, Constable Carmody, Mr. G. F. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. A. Bastian, Mr. O. S. Sowerby, Mr. W. H. G. Howard (Geraldton Newspapers Ltd.), Mrs. Howard (Mingenew Country Women's Association), Miss Joyce Howard, Mr. C. M. Caldow, Mr. J. A. Brown (Mingenew Road Board and Yandanooka R.S.L.), Mr. H. H. Rhodes (Mingenew), Mr. C. W. Smith (Yandanooka), Mr. K. E. Jones, Mr. C. Mettam (Bank of Australasia), Mrs. Brewer, Mr. A. Cowderoy, Mr. W. Clark, Mr. M. Clune, Mr. C. J. Dallimore, Mr. R. Laffan (Elder Smith & Co. Ltd.), Mr. N. M. Graham, Mr. G. Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. E. Hellewell, Mrs. E. Clark, Mr. M. J. Clune (representing Mr. and Mrs. J. Kenny), Mrs. C. Kroschel, Mr. M. P. Baker (Millars Timber and Trading Coy), Mr. H. Smith, Mr. R. Gell (Bank of New South Wales) and Mrs. Gell, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. O'Grady, Mr. T. Paterson, Mr. H. Parkin, Mr. T. Ralph, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sheridan, Mr. J. Simpson, Mr. A. Timms (Shell Oil Coy), Mr. C. Townsend, Mr. H. Gething, Mr. J. McLean, Mr. R. R. Wylie, Mr., J. L. Adams, Mr. and Mrs. W. Allen, Mr. F. J. Bowra, Mr. J. Bradley, Mr. C. Chapman, Mr. P. Dewar, Mr. H. N. Dowding, Mr. S. L. Folland, Mr. and Mrs. Huf, Mrs. E. G. Hunter and Mr. C. Burn, Mr. G. Howatson, Mr. and Mrs. T. Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. John Lawson, Mr. W. M. C. Lawson, Mr. J. McIntosh, Mr. H. Fowler, Miss S. Clune, Mr. F. Rich, Mr. Booth, Mr. McSwain, Mr. R. C. Drage, Mr. Cawley, Mr. G. A. Bradshaw, Mr. S. E. Broad, Mr. F. Rooke, Dr. C. P. Rosenthal, Sister Lawson, Miss Easton, Mr. W. Bodycoat, Mr. C. W. Turner, Miss D. Elliot, Mrs. Sharp, Mrs. R. W. Grant, Mr. T. Bentley, Mr. C. Stump ("North Midland Times"), Mrs. L. Ferguson, Mr. H. B. Taylor, Mr. A. Thompson, Mr. R. Bolland, Mrs. Pethick, Mr. T. Poole, Mr. G. Raffan, Mr. J. S. Straiton, Mr. D. Simpson, Mr. W. T. White, Mr. C. C. Bothe, Mr. B. D. Bothe, Mr. H. W. Bothe, Mr. E. Chapman, Mr. Greenwood, Mr. D. McDonald, Mr. P. T. Morcombe, Mr. W. G. Morcombe, Mr. R. J. Wells, Mr. F. R. Bryant, Mr. J. Read, Mr. D. Waldby, Mr. R. Power, Mr. W. Saunter, Mr. E. W. Otte, Mr. N. W. Reynolds, Mr. J. Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Wells, Mr. L. R. Watson, Miss Watson, Mr. N. R. Watson, Mr. J. Price, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Watson, Miss M. Watson, Mr. A. Watson, Mr. J. Tully, Mr. and Mrs. R. Diamond, Mr. H. Dunning, Mr. T. Johnson, Mr. M. B. Clark, Mr. G. Catto, Mr. S. Ford, Mr. B. V. Stacey, Mr. H. Harvey, Mr. A. P. Tucker, Mrs Tucker, Mr. A. S. Cumming, Miss M. Iles, Mr. R. Hollingsworth.
Wreaths and floral tributes were numerous and beautiful, amongst the number received being those from:- Jim and Nell, Carnamah Tennis Club, Carnamah Agricultural Society, Mr. and Mrs. Levy (Blackland Hill), Carnamah Road Board, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hollingsworth, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Grant, Geraldton Newspapers Ltd., Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Raffan, and Mr. George Raffan, Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Green, Mr. and Mrs. Pethick and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Bothe, J. and E. Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Iles and family, Mr. and Mrs. Iles jun., Mrs. Murray and family, Miss E. Berrigan, Mr. and Mrs. H. Gething, Mr. and Mrs. I. Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. Morrison and family and Mrs Morrison Snr., Mr. and Mrs. J. Lang and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bowra and Mervyn, Irene and Richard Gell, Carnamah State School, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Hidden, Mr. and Mrs. T. Patterson and family, "The Home Farm," Mr. and Mrs. C. Bierman (Perth), P. T. Morcombe and family, Carnamah Football Club, Miss E. Macpherson and F. W. Parrick, Mr. and Mrs. R. Bowran, Mr. and Mrs. J. Kenny, Mr. and Mrs. Don Walter (Moora), Carnamah Golf Club, Mr. and Mrs. Davison, Nan and Elsie, Mr. and Mrs. Power and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bothe, R. and J. Laffan, Mr. and Mrs. C. Rowland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rowland and family, Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Reynolds and family, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Hellewell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Wells, J. and A. M. Burns, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Watson, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mortimer, Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Price and girls, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Watson, Mavis and Arthur, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. O'Grady, Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Bothe, Mrs. M. P. Baker, Mr. and Miss Tully, Mr. and Mrs. Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Bingham and family, Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong and family, Mr. and Mrs. Booth and family, Mr. and Mrs Arnold Bierman and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Haig and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Haig and family and Miss J. Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. McSwaine and family, E. J. Clark and family, Charlie and Winnie and Betty, Lloyd and Mrs. E. Foster, John Leask and Margaret Durget, C. Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. Summers, Methodist Church, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Drage, Employees, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Bradshaw, Mr. and Mrs. H. Barnett, Peggy and John, chairman and members and secretary of Three Springs Road Board, Mr. and Mrs. E. Hunt, Presbyterian Church, the Manse, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Haig, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Broad and family, Mr. and Mrs. F. Rooke, North Midlands Farmers Co-operative Coy., Mrs. E. Rex, Mrs. M. Watson and Arthur, B. A. Leishman, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. T. Sargent, Carnamah Repertory Club, Mrs. Brewer and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. Smart and family, Carnamah R.S.L., Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bodycoat and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. Kroschel, Mr. and Mrs. J. Lang and family, Carnamah Rifle Club, Mr. and Mrs. Turner and family, Mr. and Mrs. Townsend, Grandma and Chris and Jack, Isobel, Alan, Ian and Dad, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Brown and family, Mr. and Mrs. Berrigan, R. R. Wylie and family, Dorothy Elliot, Mr. and Mrs. Diamond, Mr. and Mrs. L. Preece, Mr. and Mrs. Cowderoy and family, Mrs. Sharp and Mr. W. Lawson, Parkinson Tennis Club, Miss Dulcie Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Sheridan, Bill and Mary and Emily Turner, Mr. and Mrs. L. Ferguson and Parkins, Mr. and Mrs. E. Huf and family, Mr. and Mrs. Timms, Mr. and Mrs. N. Summers and family, Associates of Carnamah Golf Club, Kay Kinane, Miss Jean Robertson, Dr. C. P. Rosenthal and Sister E. A. Lawton, Father, Mother, Sisters and Brother, Mr. and Mrs. Parker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Clark and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. McIntosh."
|Reference: Carnamah Historical Society & Museum and North Midlands Project, 'Christina Brown Dunsire Izatt / Forrester' in Biographical Dictionary of Coorow, Carnamah and Three Springs, retrieved 23 January 2020 from www.carnamah.com.au/bio/christina-brown-dunsire-izatt [sources]|
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