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James Hill Forrest (1845–1928)

Mr. James H. Forrest, of Sea View, Ludlow, passed away at the home of his daughter, Mrs. H. H. Roberts, of Capel, early this morning. Deceased, who was in his 84th year, was the last surviving brother of the late Lord Forrest, and had been failing in health for some time. Born at Australind, near Bunbury, he spent the whole of his life in the South-West. He was a member of the Capel Road Board for nearly 30 years, and was connected with the Southern Districts Agricultural Society practically since its inception.

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James Forrest, c.1900

James Forrest, c.1900

State Library of Western Australia, b2836457

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24 June, 1845
Bunbury, Western Australia, Australia


11 August, 1928 (aged 83)
Capel, Western Australia, Australia

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