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Norman Lachlan Suttor (1864–1928)

The death occurred yesterday after a long illness of Mr. Norman Lachlan Suttor, one of the most widely-known pastoralists in the western districts. Mr. Suttor was born at Brucedale, Peel, 1864. For many years he was in partnership with his brother, the late Mr. Horace M. Suttor, and owned Alloway Bank, later buying Eurona Station, Peel, and Bingletree, Sofala, where he became keenly interested in breeding sheep. His Border Leicesters won many of the principal prizes at the Sydney and western shows. He was a representative of the Bathurst diocese in the General Synod of Australia. Mr. Suttor is survived by Mrs. Suttor and three daughters.

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'Suttor, Norman Lachlan (1864–1928)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 23 July 2024.

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14 September, 1864
Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia


8 March, 1928 (aged 63)
Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia

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