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lOOKING FOR THIS WHAKAPAPA
John Leslie Moka Grandfather, Rawene
Neiken Moka Father, Born Rawene
Benjamin Puhi Moka Thats me.
Im in search for my maunga,te Awa,Te marae, sub tribe, waka ect,
I wish to develop my Reo, have been in search for years,please can some one help me, have tried connecting with whanau but no good, i was fostered frm 2years, im now 36 and my kids are asking dad for answers
Heya mr Moka
Just thought id mention www.familiysearch.com
In case you havnt tried it already. I had some good results looking for whanau. All you need to do is type in the name, the country and see if there are any records of your whanau. The good thing about it is while it wont provide the exact answers you are looking for, it can help you broaden youre search....