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Edward Kossuth Satchell (1852–1928)

The death occurred on Tuesday at his residence Woodlands, Emu-street, Strathfield of Edward Kossuth Satchell, in his 77th year. He was one of the best known dentists in Sydney having practised for 50 years. He was a prominent Congregational layman, and closely associated with the Young Men's Christian Association.

Edward Satchell was president, and one of the founders of the Odontological Society, first president of the Society of Dental Science, an early president and one of the founders of the Dental Hospital, and a member of the New South Wales Dental Board. For thirty years he was councillor of the Y. M. C. A., and at one time held the position of president. Mr. Satchell was a member of the Congregational Church and is remembered as one of the prime movers of the Ministers' Supplementary Stipendary Fund. At the Burwood Congregational Church he was a deacon for 35 years. Mr. Satchell was also a councillor of Camden .....? He married a daughter of the late Rev. Dr. Steel of St. Stephen's Church, Sydney. He is survived by Mrs. Satchell, a son, Glanville K. Satchell and three daughters.

The service at the Burwood Conregational church yesterday was conducted by the Rev. R. B. Reynolds and the Rev. T. Gordon Robertson. The funeral took place at Rookwood Cemetery. At the graveside the service was conducted by the Rev. A. P. Doran (representing the chairman of the Congregational Union) Rev. J. C. Cruden, and the Rev. T. Gordon Robertson and Rev. R. B. Reynolds. The chief mourners were; Dr Satchell (son), J. R. Ducker, H. M. Bates (sons-in-law). Others present included; Dr. Henry Lubeck (president of the Dental Association of N.S.W.), Mr. W. ? (president of the Conregational Church Association), Dr. Basil Jones, Dr. ? Deck, Dr. W. Septimus Hinder (president of the Dental Hospital - Sydney), Dr. Frank Marshall (president of the Australian Dental Association), Dr. P. C. Charlton, Dr. ?, Mr. L. R. Scholes (president of the Society of Dental Science N.S.W.), Mr. W. G. ? (editor of the Dental Summary), Dr. Arthur Cocks, Dr. W S Brooks, Dr. R. W. ?, Dr. P. A. Ash, Dr. F. Mar- ...., Messrs. W. Heyde, J. N. Breden, R. M. Beale, W. V. Bussacott, E. R. Walter Hardie, H. G. Hardie, ? Kent, J. R. Firth, E. Scott Scott, S. J. ?, W. Woodhead, F. E. Woodhead. F. E. ?, M. P. Cooper, J. E. Ducker, T. E. Mc...., F. E. Barraclough, F. A. Crago, W. ?, J. B. Spencer, R. Spencer, W ?, C. Pain, E. J. Bull, S. J. Bull Junr., ? J. F. Keith W., and Harold Flock...., A. R. Lewes, A. S. Stillwell, T. W. Cr...., W. E. Bain, J. T. Todd, H. D. Yates, G. Loveridge, G. S. Blair, Dr. ?, H. North, Chas. Hall, E. V. Hop....

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Additional Resources

  • marriage notice, Sydney Morning Herald, 26 February 1880, p 1
  • probate, Sydney Morning Herald, 19 March 1929, p 8
  • photo, Sydney Morning Herald, 13 December 1928, p 15

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'Satchell, Edward Kossuth (1852–1928)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 21 April 2024.

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11 December, 1928 (aged ~ 76)
Strathfield, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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