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TashEmery
(@tashemery)
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Kia Ora Whanau,

This was my great grandmother, and I would love as much information about her as I can. I know she came from Matakana and married my great grandfather, then settled in Te Puna. Any information would be greatly appreciated.

Naku noa
Natasha Emery (nee Sinclair)

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Posted : 29 January, 2007 8:50 pm
one in a thou OWC
(@one-in-a-thou-owc)
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Kia ora Natasha. Hineuru was the daughter of Tamahau Paamma & Te Hui Hui Paama nee Kuka. She is one of 15 children. And from her marriage to Te Kereihi Tuhakaraina, they had a large whanau themselves - 21 tamariki to be exact

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Posted : 30 January, 2007 12:51 am
TashEmery
(@tashemery)
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Kia Ora,

Thankyou so much for that, my grandmother Teresa was one of her children, and my mother Hinemoa was her grand daughter.

If anyone has a copy of the last Kuka reunion book, and would be willing to let me purchase it, then please let me know asap. I have seen it, but was unable to copy it at the time.

Thanks again.

Naku noa
Natasha

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Posted : 30 January, 2007 8:01 pm
one in a thou OWC
(@one-in-a-thou-owc)
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Kia ora ano Natasha - I know Tauranga Library has exactly what you are looking for. Also another thing of interest for you, is a book called "Matakana Island" written by Heeni Murray as there's a photo within of your great grandparents. An I'm pretty sure this is also at Tauranga Library. Or if you want oral history your great grandmother has a sister whose still alive and resides on Matakana Island - Hinemotu Harawira - affectionately known as Nanny Shop an pretty close to 90. If ya want email me on ghfreighters@optusnet.com.au

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Posted : 30 January, 2007 9:21 pm
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