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Peha and Ngakahikatea Wharekura
Maxine Taraiwa - I am searching for any info on my Great great grandparent Peha Wharekura who married (Nanny Nga)Ngakahikatea I am the thier great grand daughter thier eldest son Taraiwa and Tori (nee) Marshall are my grandparents and thier son Tumai Taraiwa is my father i have plenty of info on my nanny nga i have nothing on on my Great grandfather or thier son Taraiwa be kool to hear anything about these two as they are ny missing links:@ kia ora please feel free to email anything 🙂
I have been searching for my husbands mothers side for a while now and have had little success. I have read your posting about a Peha Wharekura and I am interested to know where he comes from. My husbands great grandfather is Peha Wharekura his grand father Pani Wharekura his mother Rangitukua Wharekura. They all come from the Waikato. Maybe they are one in the same. This Peha Wharekura's wife is listed as Tuhatuha Waipounamu Puke.
Kia ora ae it is quiet a mission alrite id say we are talking about the same Peha he was my nanny Nga's first husband around 1846 , now i know all my great nans side but for me to i have come up with a blank on my great grandfather Peha i have a fewrelatives i have to get in contact with yet as i have only begun searchinghis side so if i come up with anything on him i will keep you posted ok glad to hear im not the only one who wants to know.