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Harold Hirst Innes was born on 26 March 1909 at Hamilton, the son of Gertrude Hirst and her husband, Francis Thomas Innes, a brewer, whose family had owned Waikato Brewery and founded C. L. Innes and Company, another brewery. Harold attended Hamilton High School, then in 1927 started work as an ...


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