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I'm a Te Ati Awa Decendent Lost
Hello I have recently found out that I'm a Te Ati Awa decendant, but have little information about my whakapapa. I know that my marae is in Wellington, pipia tia marae I think its called. I also think that I am related to a well recognised carpenter, some guy woodrow back in the day.
If you have any info could you please respond to this plee for information in regards to this topic.
Edited by - poutokomanawa on Mar 06 2005 10:18:12 PM
Tena koe Twomeke007
If you can provide any whanau names, such as father, grandfather/mother/ etc, this may help other members to give suggestions or directions on where you could start.
Check out the below site, which will give you some information about Taranaki and its history
also this site below gives you contact details for marae, and Te Atiawa Iwi Contacts/Tribal Council. email addresses are provided (its worth a try)
kia ora twomeke007 ,i have a family tree that says my family is fron the te atiawa tribe ,ngatituwaho hapu , with links to waitohi , i am new to researching my maori ancestry so i may not be able to help you , although i have a fairly extensive family tree to search from so if the names i have mentioned mean anything to you please contact me if you need to know more thanks & good luck nell