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At an unknown location in or near Palmerston North. Mr Milson – back row, black hat; Alphonse Rogers – on horse; Charlie Batterley – far left,; Mrs Parr; Mrs Gore – partly turned to the right; Harry Wiggins – white chin whiskers; Dodd - ? black whiskers and stick in front row. Mrs Parr and Mrs Gore are sisters whose husbands came from Newbury, England. Wiggins was also from Newbury where he was a blacksmith.

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2007N_Pic18_A-E_0328
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Picnic group of early Manawatu settlers
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Palmerston North
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circa 1890

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Palmerston North City Library

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