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Henry Edward Suttor (1843–1935)

The death has occurred of Mr. Henry Edward Suttor, aged 92. He was a son of Mr. Thomas Charles Suttor and grandson of Mr. George Suttor, one of the first western settlers. He was born at Peel near Bathurst, and had land interests in the Bathurst and Mudgee districts. He married Miss Mary Kemmis, daughter of Canon Kemmis, the first headmaster of All Saints College, Bathurst. His wife died several years ago. He had a great fund of reminiscences of the early days in the west, and of the goldrush days in the Bathurst district, and the early development of the area. He was a foundation member of the Bathurst Turf Club, an enthusiastic bowler until recent years, patron of the Bathurst A. and P. Association, and a former alderman of the municipality. He is survived by four sons and five daughters.

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'Suttor, Henry Edward (1843–1935)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 19 July 2024.

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Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia


August, 1935 (aged ~ 92)

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