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Adolphe Grebet Steber (1870–1937)

The death has occurred of Mr. Adolph Grebet Steber, aged 77, who was chief inspector of the Bank of New South Wales until May, 1936, when he retired after 48 years' service with the Bank. Mr. Steber, who was a cousin of the late Mr. L. F. Benaud, was born in Grafton, had served in every State except South Australia. From 1921 to 1928 he was manager of the head office of the bank, and in 1919 he became chief inspector. He is survived by a widow. His father was a watchmaker and jeweller in Grafton in the 70's.

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'Steber, Adolphe Grebet (1870–1937)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 23 April 2024.

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Grafton, New South Wales, Australia


1937 (aged ~ 67)
New South Wales, Australia

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