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Renata,Patu...Kereama,Taumata  

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mohaka_man OWC
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trying to find imformation regarding my uncle Patu Renata who was married to Taumata Myra Kereama of fielding...their children were Raiha Riingi Renata and Manuel Renata we believe that patu passed on in 1968 and Taumata passed in 1998...can anyone help us with any imformation please

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Posted : 08 May, 2006 9:02 pm
Ira Corlett OWC
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trying to find imformation regarding my uncle Patu Renata who was married to Taumata Myra Kereama of fielding...their children were Raiha Riingi Renata and Manuel Renata we believe that patu passed on in 1968 and Taumata passed in 1998...can anyone help us with any imformation please


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Posted : 09 July, 2007 6:41 pm
Ira Corlett OWC
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trying to find imformation regarding my uncle Patu Renata who was married to Taumata Myra Kereama of fielding...their children were Raiha Riingi Renata and Manuel Renata we believe that patu passed on in 1968 and Taumata passed in 1998...can anyone help us with any imformation please



Kia ora, sorry I think I just sent you a blank message. I am related to Myra Renata. My name is Ira Puhi Wahine Corlett and I am but I'm not sure exactly how. If you reply, I'll do the homework and find out heaps more for ya. My mother's name is Myra Taumata also. She was named after Nani Myra. Originally my mother was to be adopted but those plans changed. She lived in the beautiful Tokorangi valley about 15 mins out of Feilding. We always used to visit her with my mother when we were kids. Her husband must have passed on before I knew him. Nani Myra was a woman of mana and respect. She shared her knowledge with us whenever we wanted her too. She was kind and welcoming and everyone here really misses her.
Ka kite ano
Ira

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