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Richard Bowling Suttor (1877–1930)

Mr. Richard Bowling Suttor, a well-known grazier, and youngest son of the late Sir Francis Suttor, M.L.C., died to-day, at the age of 53 years. A native of Bathurst, he was president of the Bathurst branch of the Nationalist Association for many years. He was also secretary of the Bathurst Picnic Race Club, a member of the executive of the A. H. and P. Association, the Anglican Synod and president of the Soldiers' Memorial Committee, which decided on a carillon for Bathurst. He represented the Bathurst district on the council of the Graziers' Association for several years.

He is survived by a widow and two daughters (Misses Anne and Sheila Suttor), one brother (Mr. P. W. Suttor, of Spring Creek, Cargo), and four sisters (Mrs G. Hawke, of Parramatta, Mrs Collum of Sydney, Mrs G. Hughes, of England, and Miss Mary Suttor, of Sydney.

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'Suttor, Richard Bowling (1877–1930)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, https://oa.anu.edu.au/obituary/suttor-richard-bowling-1263/text1254, accessed 13 July 2024.

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Life Summary [details]

Birth

1877
Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia

Death

25 August, 1930 (aged ~ 53)
New South Wales, Australia

Religious Influence

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