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LOOKING FOR THE HENRY WHANAU  

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takerei OWC
(@takerei-owc)
New Member

Kia-Ora, I am looking for the HENRY Whanau from the Hauraki Plans, Paeroa, Thames or even Kerepeehi. Any info will be greatly appreciated.

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Posted : 12 November, 2006 3:13 pm
Hinga Whanau
(@hinga-whanau)
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Kia ora Takerei,

This may be a long shot but have you tried the www.whitepages.co.nz as it lists Henry's living around the areas you mention. Also, www.oldfriends.co.nz and www.familysearch.org might be able to assist.

I say "long shot" because the Henry name is common and very well dispersed across the country. I have two lines of Henry (Henare) through my whanau - mainly from the Northland area.

All the best.

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Posted : 17 November, 2006 9:49 am
terehi OWC
(@terehi-owc)
Active Member

There used to be HENRY at Tahuna, not that far from Kerepehi, closer to Te Aroha, north of Morrinsville and east from Huntly. I met a "GingerPop HENRY" who was from there - now dec'd, apparently. That HENRY family used to be friends with my partner's family, who are from Pukehou, Central Hawke's Bay. When his (my partner's) brother died the HENRY family took his tupapaku to the marae at Tahuna and he was buried there, also.

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Posted : 31 December, 2006 1:41 pm
rlee OWC
(@rlee-owc)
Eminent Member

there was Dorrie Henry from Paeroa also.

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Posted : 31 December, 2006 6:56 pm
pono OWC
(@pono-owc)
Eminent Member

Henare whanau living at coromandel as well.
I know francis henare, am trying to contact her where about!

Edited by - pono on Jan 01 2007 12:45:55 PM

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Posted : 01 January, 2007 12:39 pm
takerei OWC
(@takerei-owc)
New Member

Thank You all for your responses.

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Posted : 02 January, 2007 5:04 pm
Billtak OWC
(@billtak-owc)
New Member

Kia ora, you must be Ngati Hako, I suggest if you are that you contact Te Kupenga o Ngati Hako in Paeroa who should link you to the Paeroa Henry's. Im a Takerei what's your mum and dads names?, there are some Takerei's buried at Kerepehi and they are mainly from Tirohia Marae in Paeroa married into the family through the Rikirangi whanau, make any sense?

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Posted : 05 February, 2007 5:42 pm
Tangaroawhai
(@tangaroawhai)
Active Member

Kia ora, Im a Henry from Te Hoi o Tainui area in Tahuna but brought up in Tuhoe. I too am looking for my whanau whakapapa maybe we are linked somewhere along the lines? My father was John Tangaroawhai Henry(deceased). I was given a name to contact for whakapapa purposes in Tahuna, her name is "Nanny Rangiwaru" not to sure of the last name though i think she is a Wiki (not sure!) hope this helps. Good luck

Edited by - Tangaroawhai on Feb 09 2007 5:18:36 PM

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Posted : 07 February, 2007 11:55 am
moirajane.friend@yahoo.com.au OWC
(@moirajane-friendyahoo-com-au-owc)
Active Member

To Whom it may concern my name Moira Friend i am a Henry my mother is Ginger pop who is alive and well i am also looking for the Henry whanau as i am doing our Whakapapa I have gone back as far as Tutuhau Henry who married Jessie Tirapurua Tamihana my phone is 07 8289778 mobile is 0277161776b or you can Email me at moira_richard@hotmail.com we Henry's can help you

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Posted : 13 October, 2007 6:39 pm
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