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Ernest and Leslie Davis, were the sons of James and Harriet Davis, who farmed in the Tiritea/Fitzherbert area c1897-1910, after which they moved into Palmerston North. Both boys were 'outdoors men', interested in hunting and fishing. Ernest later became a building inspector, and Les worked on the land, and later at the Wanganui Woolen Mills.

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2011P_IMCA-DigitalMaster_005557
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Ernie and Les Davis, hunting at Hill Top, Fitzherbert West
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IMCA Digital Archive 2011
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Palmerston North
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1918

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