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Percival William Suttor (1875–1936)

The death has occurred of Mr. Percival William Suttor, aged 61, a native of Bathurst, and the only surviving son of the late Sir Francis Suttor, a prominent political figure many years ago. For the past 15 years Mr. Suttor resided with his wife and family at Spring Creek, a valuable station property, in the Cargo district, near Orange. He leaves a widow, Mrs. Edith Suttor, two sons, Francis Bathurst Suttor, of Rowena, and Philip Percival Suttor of Spring Creek, Cargo, and two daughters Hope Gwendova Suttor and Janet Percival Suttor, Spring Creek, Cargo. Mr. Suttor was formerly owner of Katella station, Mumble, near Wellington, famous for its merino sheep and its horses. The body will be taken to Sydney by motor hearse, which will arrive at Rookwood Cemetery at 3 p.m., to-morrow, for cremation. The Suttor family has been associated with Bathurst for 115 years.

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'Suttor, Percival William (1875–1936)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 19 June 2024.

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January, 1936 (aged ~ 61)