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Thomas (b.1897) and Ernest (b.1901) Davis were the sons of James and Harriet Davis who farmed in the Tiritea/Fitzhbert area c1897-1910, after which they moved into the Palmerston North. The boys were 'outdoors men', interested in hunting and fishing. Thomas later became a carpenter-builder in Wellington and Ernest a building inspector.

Identification

Object type
Image
Relation
IMCA Digital Archive 2011
Date
1916
Digitisation ID
2011P_IMCA-DigitalMaster_005553
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IMCA Digital Archive

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activities and events,
antlers,
mounted deer’s head,
photographs,
rams horn.,
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