Miss Fatima won the British Women's Chess Championship at Hastings in 1933. Earlier, she took 12th place at London 1932 (Edith Michell won). She was a friend of maharaja Sir Umar Hayat Khan. The British Men's Chess Champion in 1929, 1932, and 1933 was Mir Sultan Khan, a servant of Sir Umar Hayat Khan. According to Edward Winer, "Miss Fatima was interviewed about Sultan Khan in the Bandung Limited television production The Sultan of Chess broadcast by Channel 4 in the United Kingdom on 19 September 1990. She mentioned that she had given some chess instruction to Queen Mary, the wife of George V."
- David Hooper and Kenneth Whyld, The Oxford Companion to Chess (2nd ed. 1992), Oxford University Press, p. 402. ISBN 0-19-866164-9.
- Philip W. Sergeant, A Century of British Chess, David McKay, 1934, pp. 281, 338.
- Edward Winter, Miss Fatima
- Edward Winter, Chess Note 6208
- BritBase - List of all British Chess Champions from 1904 to present
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