Biographical entry Sutton, Hedley John (c. 1877 - 1946)


c. 1877
6 Feb 1946
Hawthorn, Victoria, Australia
Educationalist and Missionary

University of Melbourne, Wyselaskie Scholarship in Classical and Comparative Philology and Logic (equal) 1898.
Trinity College, Resident from c1895 to c.1899.



Occupation - Vice-principal of Carey Baptist School
Occupation - Chairman, Australian Board of Foreign Missions.
Occupation - Master at brighton Grammer School
Education - Wesley College
c. 1895 - c. 1899
Trinity College - Resident
University of Melbourne - Wyselaskie Scholarship in Classical and Comparative Philology and Logic
c. 1920
Occupation - Missonary, East Bengal
3 July 1920
Residence - Mymensingh ময়মনসিংহ City Photo by Mona Mijthab, July 2011 (6350562146).jpg Back Side of Mymensingh Rajbari.jpg Administration Building, Mymensingh.JPG Mymensingh power station 1.JPG Jainul Abedin Museum.jpg Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU).jpg From top: city skyline, Alexandar Castle, Administration Building, Mymensingh power station, Zainul Abedin Museum, Bangladesh Agricultural University Mymensingh is located in BangladeshMymensinghMymensingh Location of Mymensingh in Bangladesh Coordinates: 24°45′14″N 90°24′11″E Country Bangladesh Division Mymensingh Division District Mymensingh District Establishment 1787 Granted city status 1787[1] Government • Type Mymensingh City Corporation • City Mayor Ekramul Haque Titu (Temporary) • Member of Parliament Motiur Rahman Area[2] • City 91.315 km2 (35.257 sq mi) • Metro 91.315 km2 (35.257 sq mi) Elevation 19 m (62 ft) Population (2011)[2] • City 1,389,918 • Density 44,458/km2 (115,150/sq mi) Time zone UTC+6 (BST) Postal code 2200, 2201, 2202, 2203, 2204, 2205, 2206 Calling code 091 Website Mymensingh, India
3 July 1920
Life Event - marirage to Elsie Luke

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