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Ko Joseph Beale ko te kaipāmu rongonui ki te rohe o Manawatu i nga tau 1880s rāua 1890s pea. He pāmu āna kei Fitzherbert West me Longburn. Joseph Beale (1836-1906) farmed land at Fitzherbert West and Longburn during the 1880s and 1890s. From left. Back row: Bruce Beale (son of Joseph), unknown, unknown, Ernest Beale (son of Joseph), Mrs Joseph Beale, unknown. Middle row: unknown, unknown, Albert Beale (son of Joseph). Front row: unknown, unknown, unknown, Henry Beale. To access image please contact us - original image contrast has been enhanced for visibility.

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2008N_Tw1-8_TWH_1906
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Kaimahi Pamu me te whanau Beale
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Longburn
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circa 1890 to circa 1895

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