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Trevor Daniell was the architect of the recently built library, chairperson of the local branch of the New Zealand Historic Places Trust (NZHPT) and chairperson of the Masterton Trust Lands Trust (MTLT), two groups who were to play an important role in the establishment of the Wairarapa Archive.
Police approached the Historic Places Trust, a heritage agency whose regional manager Stuart Park concluded that the remains -- a skull and bones from one side of the body -- belonged to a slightly-built adult male.
4m above the Waikato River, spans 141m and has a Historic Places Trust Category 1 classification.
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