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AMUKETI ( KETI / RAWIRI / AMUKETE)
Kia Ora Koe Dave.
Hi my name is Inu Leota (Kahaki) I was born and bred in Rotowaro
I Knew some of the Amuketi whanau such as Thomas and his som Tamati.
Thomas and his wife is still living in Huntly and Tamati is going to
the university in Hamilton your best bet is to have a look on
www.oldfriends.com.nz and thats where you will find most of the whanau.
Ka kite ano na Inu
Kia ora Dave
As the Inu has said above my mother (Doris Amuketi nee Rawiri-Osbourne) still live in Huntly and so do I (Tamati Amuketi).
Most of my fathers sisters and their families still live in Huntly and many of the whanau still live in the area also. Please get in contact with me and i will forward on the part of the whanau you would like to get in touch with.
Kia ora Dave. My maternal grandfather was William Wharemate Proctor. His father was William Proctor and his mother was Ani Amuketi cemetery. They are all buried at the Proctor Cemetery in Pawarenga. Whanau up there would be able to help you with more information as well. Feel free to contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org.