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Ira OWC
(@ira-owc)
Eminent Member

Come on whanau,

In the matter of the land known as 'Te Akaaka' situated at or near Kaiapoi and of the estate, share, or interest of Hara Moenana (Hohaia TAUTAKIHINE), lived in Kaiapo in 1908. Hara or Hohaia died in August, 1895.

At a sitting of the court held in Wellington on the 28 March, 1898, it was determined that:

7...Makarini Mokomoko.

Is one of the persons who is entitled to succeed to the estate, share, or interest of and in the said land whereto the deceased died entitled, and it is hereby ordered that the said share or interest shall vest in the above named successor equally as of August,1895.

IF you are able to supply information about this person please contact Niki Partsch, Maori Trust Office or email partn@tpk.govt.nz or phone (04) 922 9226, or by post Maori Trust Office, PO Box 5038, Wellington.

Come on whanau someone must know this person or tipuna/tupuna.

Noho ora mai whanau, come on whanau, get with it.

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Posted : 01 February, 2007 2:31 pm
Nani OWC
(@nani-owc)
Eminent Member

E Ira, I know there are a family of Mokomoko in Wainui-o-mata, Hutt City but the father has a northern whakapapa. You might want to look them on the internet white pages & call them yourself e kare. Kia kaha!

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Posted : 05 February, 2007 9:12 am
Jacqui-rob@hotmail.com OWC
(@jacqui-robhotmail-com-owc)
New Member

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Come on whanau,

In the matter of the land known as 'Te Akaaka' situated at or near Kaiapoi and of the estate, share, or interest of Hara Moenana (Hohaia TAUTAKIHINE), lived in Kaiapo in 1908. Hara or Hohaia died in August, 1895.

At a sitting of the court held in Wellington on the 28 March, 1898, it was determined that:

7...Makarini Mokomoko.

Is one of the persons who is entitled to succeed to the estate, share, or interest of and in the said land whereto the deceased died entitled, and it is hereby ordered that the said share or interest shall vest in the above named successor equally as of August,1895.

IF you are able to supply information about this person please contact Niki Partsch, Maori Trust Office or email partn@tpk.govt.nz or phone (04) 922 9226, or by post Maori Trust Office, PO Box 5038, Wellington.

Come on whanau someone must know this person or tipuna/tupuna.

Noho ora mai whanau, come on whanau, get with it.


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Posted : 25 March, 2007 6:41 am
Jacqui-rob@hotmail.com OWC
(@jacqui-robhotmail-com-owc)
New Member

Kia ora ive got some info on Makarini Mokomoko he was my tupuna. I think I maybe able to help you.

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Posted : 25 March, 2007 6:49 am
Ira OWC
(@ira-owc)
Eminent Member

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Kia ora ive got some info on Makarini Mokomoko he was my tupuna. I think I maybe able to help you.



Kia ora Jacqui,

Makarini MOKOMOKO is a beneficiary to the unclaimed land monies belonging to Hara Moenana [spelling error in the bottom name] and is entitled to go succession [claim] Hara Moenana’s land shares in the south island or any direct descendent of Hara’s.

Since Makarini MOKOMOKO was a beneficiary of Hara’s land shares then I am assuming that his direct descendants would be entitled to Hara’s land and monies and that sounds like your whanau too.

So since Makarini is your tupuna then your whanau are entitled to apply for part succession of Hara’s land and monies. I am assuming the land will be divided between the rest of the beneficiaries listed in the previous succession order.

Click on here for list of beneficiaries.
http://whakapapa.maori.org.nz/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=2891&FORUM_ID=2&CAT_ID=2&Forum_Title=Finding+Whanau+%28Family%29&Topic_Title=Hara+Moenana+%28Hohaia+Tuatakihine%29+whanau

Te Waipounamu - 1222298-00 - Hara Moerana Hohaia Tuatakihine –
$ 63,592.36.

If your whanau wish to know more on succession to Makarini MOKOMOKO’s land shares contact your nearest maori land court or email http://www.justice.govt.nz/maorilandcourt/contactus.htm and ask then what you need to do to succeed to your tupuna land shares, and they will help you, or they should help you! Or click on the site below and have a read. Go to page 9 and read from there. http://www.justice.govt.nz/maorilandcourt/pdf/successions.pdf

Post if I can help.
Noho ora mai.

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Posted : 27 March, 2007 8:15 pm
mokomoko1 OWC
(@mokomoko1-owc)
New Member

Kia ora. MY name is Miriama Mokomoko and Maakarini was my great granfather. I am his direct decendant. His son was Teone and Teone was my grandad. I have 'some' land in Te Akaaka" but nothing like what is mentioned above. How do you know this other land from my Poua is unclaimed??

Miriama

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Posted : 30 March, 2007 10:30 pm
Upokoruru OWC
(@upokoruru-owc)
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Kia -ora Miriama,

The names Mokomoko and Maakarini rings a bell and are mentioned in the Ngai Tahu Kaumatua List of 1848.
Do you know if there is any connection of 'Maakarini' in Waikouaiti (~Karitane)?
I know of a marriage recorded in 1843 between Piripi Karara and Meri Makarini Pauahi.This is just an instance of the 'Makarini' name .The name Pauahi relates to Hona Pauahi of Waikouaiti.
However Makarini Mokomoko of Canterbury may have no connection to Waikouaiti.

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Posted : 31 March, 2007 12:48 pm
mokomoko1 OWC
(@mokomoko1-owc)
New Member

Is we have land in Waikouaiti. So this will be the same Maakarini.

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Posted : 01 April, 2007 12:28 pm
Upokoruru OWC
(@upokoruru-owc)
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Is we have land in Waikouaiti. So this will be the same Maakarini.


....so Miriama. is that a 'confirmation' of having connections to Waikouaiti or not?
You need to contact the Maori Land Court.

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Posted : 01 April, 2007 2:10 pm
Jacqui-rob@hotmail.com OWC
(@jacqui-robhotmail-com-owc)
New Member

Kia Ora Miriama my name is jacqui Robertson( Solomon). My grandfather was Teoti Tukarekare Mokomoko (Tui Solomon) and his mother was Harata (Charlotte) Mokomoko and her father was Teone Makarini Mokomoko. This is reaaly neat that we have a connection. If you want to email me to catch up my address is jacqui-rob@hotmail.com

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Posted : 02 April, 2007 1:39 pm
Ira OWC
(@ira-owc)
Eminent Member

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Kia ora. MY name is Miriama Mokomoko and Maakarini was my great granfather. I am his direct decendant. His son was Teone and Teone was my grandad. I have 'some' land in Te Akaaka" but nothing like what is mentioned above. How do you know this other land from my Poua is unclaimed??

Miriama



Kia ora Miriama,

As to your question? ‘How do you know this other land from my Poua is unclaimed?

This article was found in the maori magazine, ‘Pouwhenua’. This is the site for the magazine but they haven’t entered in Magazine Issue No 37. So when they actually put it online then you can have a read. The article is on page 36 of issue 37.
http://www.justice.govt.nz/maorilandcourt/pouwhenua.htm

This is what the magazine says?

The Maori Trust Office is holding a substantial funds in the names of the people named below.

We seek contact from their descendants or other relatives. All were granted SILNA lands in 1908.

3.. Ruiha MOENANA
4.. Hara MOENANA or Hohaia Tuatakihine.

Ruiha Moenana and Hara Moenana (or Hohaia Tuatakihine) are likely siblings. Both were living in Kaiapoi in 1908 and were adults.

If you are able to supply information about these people contact Niki Partsch, Maori Trust Office or email partn@tpk.govt.nz .

I have been posting this information for a while now. Here are other information.
%3BS%3Ahttp%3A%2F%2Fwww.maori.org.nz%2F%3BFORID%3A1&hl=en

How I found out Maakarini MOKOMOKO is a beneficiary is that I emailed the maori land court and requested succession papers for Hara Moenana (Hohaia Tuatakihine).

I wrote a letter to maori land court because I couldn’t understand why they did not bother to check to see who, if any, successors to Hara’s land shares were, considering there is a big putea held for him or should I say, now, for his descendants.

Another query of mine was since Hara’s previous land shares were succeeded too shouldn’t his successors have received his south island landshares and putea? Apparently your whanau have to reapply for succession to the landshares and putea of Hara Moenana.

Also, he is known as Hara Moerana, or Hohaia Tautakihine, or Hohaia Tautakihina, Hohaia Tuatakihina and so on.

Google search on Hara Moenana.
http://www.google.co.nz/search?sourceid=navclient&ie=UTF-8&rls=GGLF,GGLF:1970-01,GGLF:en&q=hara+moenana

Extract from The Native Land Court Act 1894.
In the matter of the land known as TE AKAAKA situated at or near Kaiapoi, and of the estate share, or interest of Hohaia TAUTAKIHINA, deceased, therein.

At a sitting of the court held at Wellington on the 28th day of March 1898 before George Boutflower Davy, esquire, chief judge, Alexander Mackay, Esquire, judge, and Atanatui Te Kairangi, assessor:

It is hereby determined that:
Metapere HATINI,
Mere KIRIWERA,
Hiria WAKATAU,
Heni POKO,
Kutia PARAONE,
Marina RURU,
Makarini MOKOMOKO,
Tiemi MAHURANGI,
Hana WEKIPIRI ,
Teone TENE,
Tiaki HOROMONA,

Aboriginal natives, are the persons who are entitled to succeed to the estate, share, or interest of an in the said land whereto the deceased died entitled, and it is hereby ordered that the said share or interest shall vest in the abovenamed successors equally as from the August, 1895.

This is the land block which his unclaimed land monies originate from.
Alton Blk IV Sec 7 which is at the bottom of the south island [right at the bottom] and more over to the west side of the south island.

Just wanted to make the whanau of Hara aware that land and putea is there for them when they decide to reapply for succession and now that you are one of the direct descendants of Maakarini MOKOMOKO maybe you can share the news with the rest of your whanau.

If I can assist further post me.

Noho ora mai.

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Posted : 05 April, 2007 7:56 pm
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