Obituary - Mr. Arthur Edward Henry Potter
21 February 1948 The Manning River Times and Advocate for the Northern Coast Districts of New South Wales
Mr. A. E. H. Potter passed away at the M.R.D. Hospital last Sunday night. He was the eldest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Potter, of Tumut.
Surviving brothers and sisters are: George (Merrylands), Essie (Mrs. Day, Taree), Nicholas (Canterbury), Edie (Mrs. Butler, Tumut), Vera (Mrs. McDonald, Tumut), and Phyllis (Mrs. Geo. Butler, Gilmore).
Those deceased are: Florrie (Mrs. E. Lynch) and Charles, who died in infancy.
Mr. Potter lived in Sydney most of his life.
He married Miss Eileen Catherine Green, of Moruya, in 1928, and she predeceased him 12years ago.
There were no children.
Norman and Warren Withers are grand-nephews.
They are sons of the late Mr. Len Withers, who is a son of Mrs. Day by her first marriage.
Mr. Withers was a railway official in Tumut and other parts of New South Wales.
Mr. Potter's remains were laid to rest in the Church of England portion of Dawson cemetery, alongside the remains of the late. Mr. Eric Hoad, who was a cousin of deceased.
Mr. Howard carried out the mortuary duties, and the Rev. W. Latham conducted the service.
Pall-bearers were Mr. Nicholas Potter (brother), Mr. Berry, and Norman and Warren Withers.
Many beautiful wreaths were sent by sympathising friends, also quite a number of telegrams and cards were sent to Mr. Potter's brother and Mrs Day, who have many friends here and in other places.