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Frederick Scott Burstal (1869–1934)

The death occurred at a private hospital on Monday night of Mr. Frederick Scott Burstal aged 65 years of Verona Clarendon street East Melbourne. Until he retired 12 months ago Mr Burstal was assistant manager of the Melbourne branch of the Bank of New South Wales. He was born at Ramsgate Kent and educated at Christ Hospital London. He came to Australia when aged 16 years and joined the Bank of New South Wales in Sydney. He held many important positions in the bank. He was manager of the Royal Exchange branch Sydney before he came to Melbourne as assistant manager. For 12 months he was acting manager while Mr E. R. Russell was abroad. Mr Burstal was a member of the Australian Club, the Stock Exchange Club and the Victoria Racing Club. He leaves a widow and two sons Mr J. A. Burstal of the Bank of New South Wales Sydney and Mr R. A. Burstal of the Bank of New South Wales Melbourne. The funeral, will leave Sleight's palours, Flinders street at 11 am to-morrow for the Fawkner crematorium.

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Ramsgate, Kent, England


8 January, 1934 (aged ~ 65)
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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