Suttor family

/ˈsʌtə/ (say 'sutuh)

noun an Australian pastoral and political family in NSW.
1. George, 1774–1859, pioneer orchardist, born in England; brought to NSW a consignment of trees and shrubs sent by Sir Joseph Banks.
2. his son, William Henry, 1805–77, pastoralist and politician.
3. John Bligh, 1809–86, son of George, politician.
4. William Henry, 1834–1905, son of William Henry (def. 2), pastoralist and politician.
5. Sir Francis Bathurst, 1839–1915, son of William Henry (def. 2), pastoralist and politician; noted breeder of sheep and horses.

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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