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PENAINA, Raiha Tiki or DICKEY, Eliza  

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teeneybarrow OWC
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My name is Christine Jane Barrow and i live in Redcliffe Australia. I am wanting to find out more about my heritage. My Pa - Moreton Barrow passed away some 10 years ago and my Nana does not know much about our heritage either. If anyone knows of Raiha Tiki Penaina - Eliza Dickey relations or anything about her relations, please email me. I do know that Raiha Tiki Penaina was a Maori Princess and our family has the now Aramio (Moerangi) Station. teeneybarrow@hotmail.com is the best email address for me.

Thank you

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Posted : 23 August, 2004 3:28 pm
poutokomanawa
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Kia ora,

Can you confirm that you mean Aramio or Aramiro? Aramiro is by Raglan.

Nau te raurau,
Naku te raurau,
Ka ora ai nga tangata!
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Together we will get there!
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Posted : 12 October, 2004 12:57 pm
Palmy OWC
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She would mean Aramiro by Raglan, because Raiha Tiki Penaina was my 3x great grandmother.

Edited by - Palmy on Oct 18 2004 1:59:36 PM

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Posted : 18 October, 2004 1:58 pm
kauri OWC
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My cousin has some info regarding marriage certificate and witness. I understand that Raiha married a very well educated man who worked as a government agent.

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Posted : 04 April, 2005 5:27 pm
Palmy OWC
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I am vey interested to learn more about the information you have and possibly get copies. Does your cousin have any information about her relations.

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Posted : 05 April, 2005 8:53 am
roddeng
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Have just found website. Raiha Tiki Panaina was my GGGrandmother, GM to Hilda Blanche Rodden, my GM.
I have a poor quality photo of Raiha and have a little info about her. Apart from that,I have no knowledge (yet) of the geneology/traditions so will need some time to participate usefully.
Roddeng

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Posted : 20 October, 2005 12:26 am
Miria OWC
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i am also looking for some information, we did have a whakapapa but it seems to have disappeared, my mother was Pat Beaumont (nee Hickson) my grandmother was Anna Florence Hickson (nee Brookfield) i know my mother's cousins were the Barrows - Boyce Barrow comes to mind

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Posted : 12 January, 2006 5:25 pm
Miria OWC
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here's a site where you can look up about Aramiro
[url="http://www.maorilandonline.govt.nz/mlol/blockowners.jsp?blockID=6180&pageAction=allOwners"]Ownership details for Aramiro[/url]

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Posted : 05 February, 2006 7:56 pm
Carol Burborough OWC
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Hi I emailed you once before but then lost your email.
My name is Carol Burborough nee Dickey. My Great great grandma was Eliza Dickey. We have shares in the Aramiro station. Eliza's first son was William Fairclough Dickey my great grandad. His youngest son was Vivian Harcourt Dickey. His youngest son is Graeme Henry Dickey my Dad.
Eliza is buried at the Mangere Bridge cemetery in Auckland.
Eliza's other children were
Annie Catherine Brookfield
Adam James Dean Dickey
Fanny Jane Barrow
Eliza Thomas
Edward Montgomery Dickey

William Fairclough Dickey's children were
Hylda Blanche Wheeler
Viera Constance Long
Arnold Byron Cleverly Dickey
Gordon Everand dickey
Selwyn Onslo Dickey
Hazel Beatrice Elizabeth Dickey
Gladwyn Evelyn Thorpe
Cecil Vernon Fairclough Dickey
Roy Vincent Dickey
Basil Mascot Dickey
Reginald York Dickey
Vivian Harcourt Dickey.

Vivian Harcourt Dickey's children were
EsmondDickey
Sedger Dickey
Sybil Williams
Alliaon Martin
Millicent Branigan
Alan Dickey
Graeme Dickey my Dad

Maybe we have some common relatives.
Regards Carol Burborough

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Posted : 03 June, 2006 10:26 pm
Miria OWC
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my sister emailed me few pics of Eliza and her children, if you are interested in seeing it's at [url] http://www.ourspace.co.nz/eliza.htm[/url]

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Posted : 21 June, 2006 9:15 pm
Miria OWC
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I have a request, i would like to post a webpage of Adam and Eliza (Raiha Tiki Penaina) and their children, and future generations, up to today, you have some stories handed down to you, i would also love to hear them, also if you have some photos i would love to include them my email address is miri@ourspace.co.nz
also i would love to know about Eliza's siblings
thanking you in advance

Miria Beaumont

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Posted : 01 August, 2006 8:41 pm
roddeng
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Sorry for the last post, didn't quite understand the system, hope this works better.
Thanks Miria, good to see the photos you linked to. I have an identical picture of Raiha (Eliza) but my copy is small and not nearly as clear. One of Raiha's daughters, also called Eliza, married John Hughes Thomas and their daughter Hilda Blanche was my Grandmother. She married a George Rodden and my father was John Rodden.
I believe some of my relatives have a bit more history and I am trying to gather all I can.
Regards
Neil Rodden

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I have a request, i would like to post a webpage of Adam and Eliza (Raiha Tiki Penaina) and their children, and future generations, up to today, you have some stories handed down to you, i would also love to hear them, also if you have some photos i would love to include them my email address is miri@ourspace.co.nz
also i would love to know about Eliza's siblings
thanking you in advance

Miria Beaumont


Edited by - roddeng on Aug 04 2006 8:22:01 PM

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Posted : 04 August, 2006 8:04 pm
Miria OWC
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i have to thank Carol for 2 of the photos, it would be awesome if you could find out a bit more history, look forward to hearing from you in the near future

Miria

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Posted : 06 August, 2006 7:22 pm
roddeng
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I have been searching the web for more details of my whakapapa but have now almost run out of places to search. I think a lot more info is available in printed form in the libraries in Waikato and Auckland but I haven't made it there yet.
However I have found a few answers and a few questions so here goes.
The marriage of Adam James Dickey and Eliza Penaina is clearly recorded in 1862.
The photos of the Dickey clan (thanks again, I've printed out a large colour copy to replace the 3 inch one I had) refer to Raiha (note the spelling on the photo is Raihi) as the sister of Tawhiao but many web records say Tawhiao's only sister was Tiria who married John Kent, a trader. As Potatau had four wives, (Whakaawi, the principle wife and mother of Tawhiao, Raharaha, Waiata and Ngawaero) I'm guessing that Raiha was the child of one of the other wives but I can't find any reference to them or their offspring other than their names.
There are many records of an A J Dickey as Chief Clerk then Registrar of the Native Land Court Auckland from 1874 through to 1882 at least. There is also record of an 1864 land grant to an A J Dickey. Are these Adam James Dickey?
I am seeing some of my long lost Aussie Whanua in the next 2 or 3 weeks and may get some more info but until then, hope the above is of interest

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Posted : 14 September, 2006 9:20 pm
Miria OWC
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hey Roddeng, did you long lost Aussie whanau have any more info? would be interested to know
anyway i've just been to my sister's place and got the photos she has individually scanned, they are now on www.ourspace.co.nz/eliza.htm
hope you all had a wonderful christmas and have an awesome new year

Miria

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Posted : 28 December, 2006 6:48 am
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