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Alice Mary Suttor (1855–1923)

A member of one of Bathurst's well-known families in the person of Mrs. Alice Mary Suttor, wife of Mr. A. Bruce Suttor, died at his residence, Waimarie, Findlay Avenue, Roseville, on Wednesday.

Deceased was a daughter of Mr. J. N. McIntosh, of Ellerslie, Bathurst, and grand-daughter of Colonel McIntosh, who came to New South Wales in command of a Highland regiment about 90 years ago. She was born at Ellerslie in 1855, and had also resided at Eureka, Hamilton, Waikato district, New Zealand. She is survived by Mr. Suttor, who is a son of the late Mr. William Henry Suttor, of Brucedale, Bathurst, and brother of the late Sir Francis Suttor, two sons - Major Harold Suttor, who served in the South African and also in the recent war, Captain Keith Suttor, who also saw service in the great war - and four daughters, Mrs. Ruby Stokes, wife of Dr. Harold Stokes, Taree; Mrs. Valerie Ormiston, wife of Mr. V. A. Ormiston, Macquarie Street, Sydney; and Miss Nina and Miss Gladys Suttor.

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'Suttor, Alice Mary (1855–1923)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 28 May 2024.

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Alternative Names
  • McIntosh, Alice Mary

Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia


29 August, 1923 (aged ~ 68)
Roseville, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia