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Adelaide Agnes Suttor (1837–1920)

The death has occurred at her residence, Springfield, Sydney, of Mrs. Adelaide Henrietta Suttor, relict of the late Mr. W. H. Suttor, who for many years resided in Bathurst and was a member of both State Legislative Houses. Deceased was 83 years of age, and until she transferred to Sydney about 20 years ago, had spent practically the whole of her life in Bathurst. Her father, Mr. Bowler, was an officer in one of the first Imperial Army regiments to come out to Australia. Mrs. Suttor was predeceased by her husband by 15 years. Both deceased and her late husband, who was a brother of the late Sir Francis Suttor, M.L.C., and Mr. Norman L. Suttor, of Bathurst, were for many years associated with public life in Bathurst. Mr. Suttor, being, amongst other things, president of the Bathurst A.H. and P. Society. He was also vice-president of the N.S.W. Legislative Council. Deceased is survived by five daughters, Mesdames Halligan and Salusbury of Sydney, Misses Dora, Una and Lillian Suttor, and one son, Mr. W. H. Suttor, of Western Australia. The remains were brought to Kelso by train and conveyed for burial at the Church of England cemetery, Kelso.

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Alternative Names
  • Bowler, Adelaide Agnes

4 March, 1837
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


23 May, 1920 (aged 83)
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death

heart disease

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