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bevr OWC
New Member

Have whakapapa for Broughton and Aranui - welcome any enquiries.

Posted : 20 September, 2006 4:21 pm
alihoupapa OWC
Active Member

The late Ruka Broughton was my great uncle. He married Mere Broughton and Dolly Broughton, who are still living in Wellington area.

Posted : 08 October, 2006 2:37 pm
rayhina OWC
New Member

Are you talking about ruka broughton of Nga Rauru, Ngati Maika in south taranaki? his marae is Pakaraka in maxwell just north of wanganui, he daughter Ruta and sons Rauru and ruka Jnr still live in wanganui area i think . Uncle rauru broughton is an expert and he works at te wananga o raukawa in otaki contact him that way if it is the same broughtons ??

good luck if it is i might be able to provide further information and contacts



Posted : 06 February, 2007 9:17 pm
Active Member

Kia Ora Whanau, if anyone has the words to (E Rere Ra and Ripia Ripia)or know where i could get them from please contact me

Ko enei nga waiata na Ruka

Kia Ora mae.

Posted : 30 May, 2007 2:20 pm
wahinenz2000 OWC
New Member

Tena tatou katoa,

Ko karen Makariki taku ingoa no Ngarauru Kita'i. Ko Wharatapapa (Kaipo) te Marae. Ko Ngati hou tupua toku hapu.

Kei te tautoko te korero a Ray. Ko Rauru tuarua kei te wanaanga ia wiki i te Marae o Kaipo. Haere tonu te wanaanga.
Engari kei te hararei i nga kura katoa i tera wiki me a matou hoki.
Kei te timatatanga ki mua i te hararei.
Mehemea e pirangi koutou ano nga patai imeira a Rauru ko

Ma te wa

Posted : 24 June, 2007 5:33 pm