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GREEN, Lynette (Lynn)  

onleme OWC
New Member

I am trying to locate Lynn. She comes from the Otorohanga/Te Kuiti area. I do not know wheather she still goes by the same surname or not. She is from the Rereamanu Marae. Lynn would be 48,49 years old now. Lynn worked at CI Munro Caravans at Otorohanga in the mid to late 70's. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Edited by - onleme on Aug 27 2005 11:47:41 AM

Edited by - onleme on Aug 28 2005 10:54:35 PM

Posted : 26 August, 2005 5:37 pm
lakutai OWC
New Member

Kia ora Onleme
I know a Lyn Green, don't know if it's the same one but she is still in the Te Kuiti area. I think she works with the kaumatua in the area.


Posted : 11 October, 2005 10:31 am
janice tanerau OWC
Active Member

Kia Ora e hoa,
I recommend to you to ring the Rereamanu marae and ask for Alec if you havent heard from anyone who knows your friend, he may be able to point you in the right direction in finding your friend.
Best of luck....

Posted : 12 October, 2005 12:27 am
Active Member

Ae Lynette Green became Lynette Pollock but I think she maybe using Green again.Yes she is very much involved with hapu/whanau and kaumatua of Te Kuiti,Waitomo and Rereamanu. They have just had a hui for the Whatakaraka whanau recently, and she was part of that hui.

Posted : 16 October, 2005 1:02 am
onleme OWC
New Member

Kia Ora to all
Thanks for your help..I have located Lynn and have been in contact with her. You are right, she has changed her name back to Green from Pollock and does live in Te Kuiti. Thanks again for your help. I should have posted this a month ago.

Posted : 16 October, 2005 10:07 am
kimikimi OWC
Active Member

Kia ora onleme
Try the Maniapoto Trust Board where she works and you'll suceed.

Posted : 08 February, 2007 1:58 pm