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MOKARAKA Whanau, Mataraua Kaikohe.  

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jaxx_nz_maori OWC
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I'm researching my mums whanau from Mataraua Kaikohe. have found my koro: Wiremu Mokaraka D.O.B 07/06/1899...P.O.B Mataraua...He married my nan: Maatapiko Komene 30/10/1919 & passed away 04/06/1948 They are both buried in our whanau urupa in Mataraua...but I don't know the name of it. I don't know how many children they had together so I'll just name the one's I know of. Mokai (deceased)...Liz...Jane...Patsy...Wai...Isobel...Rebecca...William...Joe (deceased) Any info would be very much appreciated.

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Posted : 17 September, 2005 10:41 pm
moks OWC
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Mokaraka whanau reside in Waima valley just outside Kaikohe two main whanau that come from the one tree.
those that reside in Kaikohe are of the same whanau. check in phone book and give them a call to refer you to someone who has the knowledge to answer your question

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Posted : 19 January, 2008 11:26 am
jaxx_nz_maori OWC
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cheerz 4 that moks, will do

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Posted : 22 January, 2008 12:01 am
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