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Qulia OWC
(@qulia-owc)
New Member

Tena Koutou katoa

I am of ngapuhi descendent in which i can whakapapa back to waikato also, but in saying that i'm actually still trying to find the connections and will do soon as soon as some one can help. Has anyone herd this before?
Ueoneone ra
Na nai e hari mai,
Te wahine o waka kiwa
No roto waikato
E noho nai ra,
Ngapuhi tani wharau
Nga uri o Reitu e

Ngatokimatawharua,
Te waka o Ngapuhi,
Te Ariki orunga,
Ko nuku tawhiti ra,
Ko te rua o nga waka,
ko Mataatua
ko puhi te Ariki e

and that's just some of my Whakapapa

Kia ora ra

I look forward to hearing back from any one

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Posted : 09 March, 2007 12:47 pm
etherealari OWC
(@etherealari-owc)
Active Member

Kia Ora Quila

Like many of us we're tracing our whakapapa of the Pukeroa line and the connection of the Waikato line. Try checking on this site for Te Uri O Te Pukeroa. A few of us are trying to find our links to each other and have put together what we have found to help us as a whanau to complete our whakapapa.

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Posted : 18 March, 2007 1:44 pm
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