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riderthreeohfo7 OWC
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Hello everyone I am searching for the name's of the parent's of my great-grandfather Turei Akuhata-Brown of the East Coast. He married Maraea Puha also of the East Coast. Can anyone please help me in finding out what Turei's parent's name's were????

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Posted : 26 November, 2007 5:45 pm
Wiremu Teohomauri OWC
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Kiia ora whanaunga. Turei Brown was a 1st cousin to my mother. His parents were Wiremu Akuhata Brown and Kararaina McClutchie. Here is a link to his whakapapa showing his pedigree up to his great grandparents plus his brothers and sisters and a lot of their descendants. http://mcclutchie.wharekahika.co.nz If he is your great grandfather then I would really like you to contact me with your details via the email link on the site, so I can add you to the family tree Kia ora
Wiremu Pohe

Edited by - Wiremu Teohomauri on Dec 01 2007 3:49:46 PM

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Posted : 29 November, 2007 1:55 pm
riderthreeohfo7 OWC
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Kiia ora whanaunga. Turei Brown was a 1st cousin to my mother. His parents were Wiremu Akuhata Brown and Kararaina McClutchie. Here is a link to his whakapapa showing his pedigree up to his grandparents plus his brothers and sisters and a lot of their descendants. http://mcclutchie.wharekahika.co.nz If he is your great grandfather then I would really like you to contact me with your details via the email link on the site, so I can add you to the family tree Kia ora
Wiremu Pohe



Whanaunga!!! Yep sure does looks like the whakapapa i been looking for. I will e-mail you the details of my whanau! thank-you for helping to shine a little bit more light on my journey.

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Posted : 29 November, 2007 6:27 pm
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