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4 Doris-PARAONE & GERRARD whanau  

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Ira OWC
(@ira-owc)
Eminent Member

Kia ora Doris,

Am off to Taupo for the weekend so I thought I would send you this before I go. Haven’t completed the search but will give you this for now.
Hope it helps. Enjoy

You searched for: tame paraone
11 block(s) found.
http://www.maorilandonline.govt.nz/mlol/searchresults.jsp?firstName=tame&lastName=paraone&submitOwner=Search&trustName=&blockName=&district=

You searched for: wiremu gerrard
9 block(s) found

http://www.maorilandonline.govt.nz/mlol/searchresults.jsp?firstName=wiremu&lastName=gerrard&submitOwner=Search&trustName=&blockName=&district=

Google search for Paraone.
http://www.google.co.nz/search?hl=en&rls=GGLF%2CGGLF%3A1970-01%2CGGLF%3Aen&q=paraone&btnG=Search&meta=cr%3DcountryNZ

Google search hapu of tame paraone.
Paraone Tame Mahia Coromandel 18xx - 18xx Erena Clarke:erena@tairawhiti.ac.nz: September 14th 2003

Paraone Hirini Waiomio Waiomio 18xx - 18xx Joyce Taylor:Rinabuggie@hotmail.com: November 2nd 2001

Paraone Petera Komene Gisborne ? 18xx 18xx Jane Brown:mahenabrown@iprimus.com.au: February 5th 2002
http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Park/7572/surnames0103.txt

google search for hapu paraone whanau.
http://www.google.co.nz/search?hl=en&rls=GGLF%2CGGLF%3A1970-01%2CGGLF%3Aen&q=hapu+paraone+whanau&meta=

Search on maori.org
WAITOA, Hone
BORN BEFORE 1864 DIED 1922
SON OF THE REVD ROTA WAITOA
AND PERHAPS HARATA GERRARD (370)

WAITOA, Rota (Lot)
BORN AT KOKOMATA NEAR OHINEMUTU ROTORUA 17 OCT 1841 WAIKANAE
DIED 22 JUL 1866 OF NGATI RAUKAWA TRIBE, NGATI MARU, AND TE ARAWA DESCENT NGATIPAREHAURANGI HAPU SON OF RANGIHENGANUI OF ROTORUA;
MARRIED (1) 10 AUG TERINA HINEHUKA OF NGATI POROU DIED C1857 EAST COAST MARRIED (2) C1858, HARATA GERRARD [TIARETE], DAUGHTER OF CHARLES GERRARD A WHALER OF TE KAWAKAWA WHO MARRIED RENATA TANGATA
1892 HIS SON HONE WAITOA A PRIEST WHAREHUIA, Mahereweti BORN BEFORE 1893
http://whakapapa.maori.org.nz/lists_read.asp?id=15

Google search for Wiremu Gerrard.
http://www.google.co.nz/search?hl=en&rls=GGLF%2CGGLF%3A1970-01%2CGGLF%3Aen&q=wiremu+gerrard&btnG=Search&meta=cr%3DcountryNZ

Te Ao Hou magazine.

Peta Paraone.
http://teaohou.natlib.govt.nz/teaohou/issue/Mao14TeA/c10.html

Te Hemara Rerehau Paraone,
http://teaohou.natlib.govt.nz/teaohou/issue/Mao24TeA/c25.html

Barry Paraone Matena
http://teaohou.natlib.govt.nz/teaohou/issue/Mao47TeA/c32.html

Rev. H. Paraone
THE Rev. Henare Paraone (Henry Brown) died at Kaitaia last August after some weeks of ill health. An Aupouri and Ngati Kahu leader and a Church of England minister, he had been stationed in the far north since 1931.
Mr Paraone was said to be one of the finest preachers in the Maori church, and was a most brilliant orator on the marae. The tangi was held at his home settlement of Waimanoni, and the funeral was at Awanui.
http://teaohou.natlib.govt.nz/teaohou/issue/Mao45TeA/c31.html

WEDDINGS AT OTIRIA
by Hoterene Keretene
DAVIS — HENARE
Mr Rome Hemi Davis was married to Miss Grace Te Aorewa Henare at Otiria by Rev. Henare Paraone, Uncle of the bride, and was assisted by Rev. W. N. Patiawa of Kaitaia before a large gathering of over 1,000.
Mr Davis is the second son of Mr and Mrs W. T. Davis of Kawa Kawa, and Miss Henare the eldest daughter of Lt. Col. and Mrs J. C. Henare of Motatau, Bay of Islands.
The Bay of Islands Tribal Executive with Mr S. W. Maioha had full control of the marae. It was a day full of incident and festivity. Only three cartons of beer were confiscated by the Wardens. But there is still a mystery “What happened to the three cartons?” They disappeared!
In the evening a dance was held where over 500 couples enjoyed themselves in varying “Rock'n Roll” gestures to the popular music of the Ngawati Brothers Orchestra, all of local talent.
Mr D. Wynyard, Maori Warden of Moerewa, was M.C. and indeed controlled the dancing with ability and co-operation.
http://teaohou.natlib.govt.nz/teaohou/issue/Mao18TeA/c32.html

REV. MOHI TUREI
A BIOGRAPHY
A GIFTED MAORI
Mohi Turei had five children by his second wife, Kararaina, of whom only Teki, a dairy farmer at Cape Runaway, survives. Ngarangi died some years ago. For many years, before her marriage to Lieut. Henare Kohere, she was a schoolteacher. Paaka died recently. He worked most of his life in the Maori Land Court. Paraone, a clergyman, died not long after his ordination. Peta, who took part in the First World War, died some years ago. Ngarangi had three children. Huinga (Mrs George Nepia) followed in her mother's footsteps by becoming a teacher. Her husband looks after her dairy farm at Rangituka. Rina (Mrs Hawea Swan) lives in Gisborne. Hiki, who won his commission in the last war, is a carpenter at Gisborne. Mrs Swan has a large family. Mrs J. Parata, Te Kaha, Bay of Plenty, is a dental nurse, and her brother, Henare, is a teacher at Tokomaru Bay.
http://teaohou.natlib.govt.nz/teaohou/issue/Mao05TeA/c11.html

Mr Nau Paraone Kawiti Puriri
But economic circumstances attracted them to the cities to find a home and make their way in various occupations. From day to day they work to adapt themselves more and more to the city and pakeha way of life, yet even these people never completely lose contact with their traditional culture. The Orakei and Mangere groups, mostly born and bred in Auckland, are still held together by their tribal ties; and, helped by their leader, Mr Nau Paraone Kawiti Puriri, they meet regularly to train themselves in Maori dancing. They were invited to Waitangi and, about 50 strong, performed most creditably before the Queen. More difficult is the problem for the many city-dwellers whose tribal ties are severed, who have no clear-cut leadership, and have lost contact with the traditional culture. Of these people, 150 performed before the Queen under the modern tribal name of Ngati Akarana.
http://teaohou.natlib.govt.nz/teaohou/issue/Mao07TeA/c21.html

The Government Printing Works in Vienna were among the famous presses of the nineteenth century. In various processes, such as colour printing, their standard was almost unequalled. It was here that Wiremu Toetoe Tumohe and Te Hemara Rerehau Paraone learnt the trade. (After an engraving of about 1850.)

In our next issue we shall reproduce the diary of Te Hemara Rerehau Paraone, which makes up the rest of the manuscript.
http://teaohou.natlib.govt.nz/teaohou/issue/Mao24TeA/c26.html

You might want to look at this one? This person is related to Tame Paraone.
http://whakapapa.maori.org.nz/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=1340&FORUM_ID=2&CAT_ID=2&Topic_Title=Brown+Robert&Forum_Title=Finding+Whanau+%28Family%29

Should keep you busy till I can collect more info. Buzz, Buzz, Buzz.

Sorry Doris couldn't find your email to me!

Arohamai.

Edited by - Ira on Mar 02 2007 12:51:30 PM

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Posted : 10 February, 2007 6:53 am
Woody06 OWC
(@woody06-owc)
New Member

Hi my name is Jamie Wood formerly jamiw Waitoa I was just doing a search and wanted to soo if i had any whanau on here and maybe I do
Can u please reply to me

thanx
jamie w

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Posted : 17 July, 2007 7:50 pm
Ira OWC
(@ira-owc)
Eminent Member

quote:


Hi my name is Jamie Wood formerly Jamie Waitoa I was just doing a search and wanted to see if i had any whanau on here and maybe I do
Can u please reply to me?

Thanx
jamie w



Kia ora Jamie,

Try a new posting 'Looking for Waitoa whanau'. You would get a better response that way. At the moment your posting is hiding on the bottom of this page.

Arohamai

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Posted : 16 August, 2007 6:46 pm
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