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Albert Ferdinand Warner (1866–1924)

Mr. Albert Ferdinand Warner, of Gunnee Station, in the Inverell district, N.S.W., died suddenly last month, at the age of 58.

With Messrs. F. W. Bacon and John McLean he purchased Gunnee in 1908, and carried on the management of the property. His father, the late B. J. T. B. Warner, was one of the well-known pastoral pioneers of New South Wales, being a son of the late Lieutenant J. Warner, who came out in the forties with a detachment of his regiment.

The late Mr. A. F. Warner was a very able sheep man, and built up a high class Merino flock at Gunnee, as well as a pure Merino stud, based on foundation stock from Wanganella Estate. He leaves a widow, a daughter of the Rev. Mr. Colyer, of West Maitland, N.S.W.

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  • probate, Sydney Morning Herald, 23 October 1924, p 6

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28 July, 1924 (aged ~ 58)