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PEHI, Walter: can anyone help me find my bestfriends biological father????  

Maori_Gurl OWC
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kia ora whanau,
im looking for a man called Walter pehea im not quite sure on the spelling as this is what my best friend thinks his name is spelt.
I am helping my best friend locate her biological father he should be in his 50's-60s and was born in the tologa bay area in the east coast so im guessing hes ngati porou.
He was working in the Taita pub in lower hutt area in the late 70s, early 80s.

If anyone could please help me and my friend that would be Tumeke!
she has just met her biologial mother a year ago after 23 years and she would really love to meet her father and know about her whakapapa as she has no knowledge of that what so ever.

kia ora whanau

Na Sarah

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Posted : 23 March, 2005 9:26 pm
Maori_Gurl OWC
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kia ora tatou the correct surname is Pehi - searchign for the Pehi whanau from Nga Puhi.

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Posted : 03 April, 2005 9:19 pm
Ngaku OWC
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I am related to a Walter Pehi. Do you know if he lived in Auckland?

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Posted : 12 May, 2005 5:09 pm
Maori_Gurl OWC
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thanks alot, have now found out the whereabouts of wlater pehi and the whanau.
cheers thanks everyone

kia ora

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Posted : 27 May, 2005 4:54 pm
  
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