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jackya OWC
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I would like to know if anyone knows how to contact Glenis Gentle. She is a relative of mine and has a lot of information on our whanau. I last spoke to her about 2yrs ago but have lost her email address. My name is Jacky K. Ngawai Amohanga and my grandmother was Hinewai Te Amohanga (nee Ngaamo). I lived with her two sisters Parekarau and Ngawai in Kihi Kihi, when they died I was raised with Parekarau's daughter, Raiha Manukau (nee Emery). I can go back as far as my great grandparents on the Ngaamo side being Te Rauroha and Nanny Tema, but that is all I am aware of. I am quite aware of the Te Amohanga Nikora side of the whanau. Hope there's some whanau out there that can help. AND if at all possible, have any photo's of the old people that they're willing to share.

Posted : 07 October, 2005 4:10 pm
riknsi OWC
New Member

My mum is Lynne Goebel (Ngaamo) and I was talking to her this morning and she Mentioned Glenis. I know she knows her so I'll have a chat and get back to you. Hopefully she knows where she is.

Posted : 04 November, 2005 4:05 pm
enjoy OWC
New Member

Just found this site - awesome! Im Sandra Ngaamo- Pita my great was Pungarehu, my grand was Kura, and my father is Tony (Roy). I have some information on the Ngaamo whanau!

Posted : 02 October, 2006 11:07 am