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Lana Clarke
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05 July, 2012 11:15 pm  

I have come across a article under names researched of the Morunga Whanau 2004/2008. This person SOUL, dated 3rd July 2006 was asking about James or Jim Morunga that lived in Napier, My Koro is James/Jim Morunga that had lived in Hastings. He worked at Watties for many years. Also he had a brother Joe who worked at the freezing works in Hastings. So if you know this person or are this person, I would love to hear from you:D


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quemak
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07 July, 2012 1:12 pm  

[quote][b]Lana Clarke wrote:[/b]
I have come across a article under names researched of the Morunga Whanau 2004/2008. This person SOUL, dated 3rd July 2006 was asking about James or Jim Morunga that lived in Napier, My Koro is James/Jim Morunga that had lived in Hastings. He worked at Watties for many years. Also he had a brother Joe who worked at the freezing works in Hastings. So if you know this person or are this person, I would love to hear from you:D[/quote]

Kia Ora, I have an uncle who used to work at the freezing works in Hastings too, Tommy Morrison, they are still in Flaxmere I could ask them for you and email you if I have news on him. My koro is a Morunga too from Whirinaki, Kamariera Morunga and married Te Koea Harema-Reihana


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poutokomanawa
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07 July, 2012 2:50 pm  

Kia ora korua!

Here are the links from the Research Archives to archive posts about your whanau.

[url= http://whakapapa.maori.org.nz/archives/viewthread.php?TOPIC_ID=1185]MORUNGA,whanau From the Original Whakapapa Club[/url]

[url= http://whakapapa.maori.org.nz/archives/viewthread.php?TOPIC_ID=4559]Kamariera From the Original Whakapapa Club[/url]

Nau te raurau,
Naku te raurau,
Ka ora ai nga tangata!
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Together we will get there!
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