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ANARU, Whare Eugene: Looking for whanau of  

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Caleb George
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15 May, 2014 2:00 pm  

I am trying to find any family members (aunties, uncles, cousins, ANYONE), related to this man, who would be willing to share whakapapa with me. I gave birth to his youngest son nearly 2 years ago and have virtually no family history to pass onto my son as he gets older (the reasons for which are unfortunately difficult to discuss)
The only information I have is:
His father is Tiweka (Michael) Anaru
His mother is Margaret Matthews

I know the name of their tribal affiliation- Te Whanau a Apanui
I am planning to hopefully this year take my son to the East Coast, so any help with directions, marae ect.

And that's pretty much it.

Any information at all would be gratefully appreciated!! 🙂


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babyatahua
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06 April, 2017 1:53 pm  

Kiaora Caleb,

I know some ANARU's so I'll have a Korero and I'll get back to you soon.


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babyatahua
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06 April, 2017 2:00 pm  

Hey, i dont know if this is the person your looking for but found some info on Tiweka.

Karauria Tiweka Anaru (known as Claude) was born on 2 June 1901 at Raukokore in the eastern Bay of Plenty. He was one of nine children of Tiweka Anaru, a farmer, and his wife, Paretio Heremia, both of Te Whanau-a-Apanui. During his early childhood he gained a deep understanding of Maori culture, language and whakapapa. He attended Raukokore Native School and progressed well; teachers recognised his potential and from 1916 to 1919 he went to Te Aute College, where his father had also been a student.

[img]Karauria Tiweka Anaru (known as Claude) was born on 2 June 1901 at Raukokore in the eastern Bay of Plenty. He was one of nine children of Tiweka Anaru, a farmer, and his wife, Paretio Heremia, both of Te Whanau-a-Apanui. During his early childhood he gained a deep understanding of Maori culture, language and whakapapa. He attended Raukokore Native School and progressed well; teachers recognised his potential and from 1916 to 1919 he went to Te Aute College, where his father had also been a student.[/img]


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