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APIATA / HALLAM
I am looking for relatives of Lillian Rose (ollie) Hallam & her son Haami Hallam.
Ollie is was my aunty & Haami was my cousin.
I was up at the Oramahoe Marae over easter weekend & spoke to a few people who new of Ollie & Haami who are buried in the cemetry there.
I found Ollies grave but could not find Haami's grave.
If anyone can help me find out which grave is haami's i would be very grateful indeed.
Kia ora Vapour,
I know of Monty Apiata who lives in Aramoho in Wanganui and is from KeriKeri,so would definately be the same whanau.He goes back to KeriKeri alot.Sorry I have no phone # for him but if you get in touch with Waste Services in Wanganui,you will be able to contact him there as he works there.
Good Luck With Your Search.
I am also looking for a George or Manny apiata there mothers name was Lil Apiata from Kerikeri and there father was Manny Williams. These are my two eldest brothers, I was Adopted out and have never met my real whanau, I am 38yrs old so they would be older than this, my step-mother is June Henry and step-dad friday Henry, June and Lil were friends. Sorry Vapour I don't know how to get one of these up so I hope you don't mind me using yours.
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