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Clifton Garfield Rutledge (1882–1943)

Mr. Clifton Garfield Rutledge, metallurgist and mining engineer, has died at Coorparoo, aged 60. He was appointed manager of the State Smelters at Chillagoe in 1929, and remained there until about 1934. He also was associated with mining in New Caledonia, and in New Guinea. Since the out break of war he had been engaged in official work connected with the organisation of the mining industry in Queensland. He has left a widow, and two daughters — Mrs. G. Kiernan (of Brisbane), and Miss Peggy Rutledge.

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'Rutledge, Clifton Garfield (1882–1943)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 26 July 2024.

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21 December, 1882
Queensland, Australia


19 January, 1943 (aged 60)
Coorparoo, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

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