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DELLRAY, First name: looking for a relative  

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svthompson OWC
(@svthompson-owc)
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Kia Ora,

Im looking for a relative, and I only have a first name, "Dellray" his connection to the whanau, is "Dellray" is a grandson of my grandfather's sister, who was known as ( Aunty Ngati) my grandfather's name is Peter (Panana) Wade
It has been said that "Dellray" use to live in Te Kauwhata

Edited by - svthompson on Oct 24 2006 4:03:58 PM

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Posted : 14 October, 2006 8:43 am
dlyoung8@hotmail.com OWC
(@dlyoung8hotmail-com-owc)
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hi dellray if you are the same person im thinking of your g mother should be my grandfather peter(panana)wade sister aunty ngati her real name is ngatihine i am peter wades grand daughter daphne my mother is sophie wade(porky) my g mother is also sophie(hohi)nee foster i think you know my brother whom lived in tewhata some years ago his name is russell thompson he is a twin his twins name is ross
if you want more infromation please contact me on dlyoung8@hotmail.com

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Posted : 12 June, 2007 1:41 am
pono OWC
(@pono-owc)
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kia ora daphne

you pronounce tewhata instead te kauwhata?
That remind me my young brother used to say tewhata.

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Posted : 12 June, 2007 3:06 am
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