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    Vernon Reed
    Vernon Herbert Reed.jpg
    Vernon Reed in 1910
    Member of the New Zealand Parliament
    for Bay of Islands
    In office
    17 November 1908  8 May 1915
    New Zealand Parliament
    Preceded by Member of Parliament for Bay of Islands
    19081915
    19171922
    Succeeded by
    Preceded by
    William Stewart
    Succeeded by