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ikaptm OWC
(@ikaptm-owc)
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Tena koutou

Could someone please help me with information on Purekireki Marae.

I know my tupuna through my father came from there.

Help

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Posted : 18 May, 2005 11:58 pm
poutokomanawa
(@poutokomanawa)
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Tena koe ikaptm,

If you make sure you are in the Whakapapa Club and search the Marae Directory you will find a listing for Purekireki Marae. There is not much info there, but it may be a start

Nau te raurau,
Naku te raurau,
Ka ora ai nga tangata!
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Together we will get there!
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Posted : 19 May, 2005 12:50 pm
ikaptm OWC
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Kia ora Poutokomanawa

Thank you for that... and yes I have tried that. Ive also tried the Maniapoto & Tainui web sites with no luck. I've exhausted the "ask your whanau".. no body within my whanau can remember. I've also tried emails to the members list with the same whanau name, again with no response.

I know who and how I whakapapa to this marae... what I would like to know is the awa, hapu, whare tupuna etc for my pepeha...

So if there are any TURNER, BELL, HETET, TE KANAWA, ORMSBY...
please help...

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Posted : 19 May, 2005 11:17 pm
pearlau OWC
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Tena koe Ikaptm

The contact person for Purekireki Marae is Reg Brown, 871 5307

if you also log oto www.oldfriends.co.nz you will find 37 people registered to Purekierki Marae, some dating back to 1950 -
(you will need to register first, once registered then search on marae)

So you may be able to enquire via email as a start point to follow up your pepeha.

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Posted : 05 June, 2005 1:31 pm
Mackie OWC
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New Member

Kia Ora,

well Waipa is the Awa, Ngati Hikairo is the hapu,
Waikato Maniapoto is the iwi. pirongis is the Maunga. And yeah for more info there are some people you could email to get this information.
I am a descendant of Pianika And Robert Ormsby, So if you would like any other information im sure that i could ask some of the whanau to help you out.
I hope thats of any use.

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Posted : 26 October, 2005 2:29 pm
ikaptm OWC
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Tena koutou katoa

Thank you all for taking the time to answer, your awhi is most appreciated.

Pearlau, your suggestion was brilliant & I now enjoy checking into 'old freinds' on a regular basis.

Mackie, it was one of your Ormsby whanau that sent a private message to me, though she named Ngati Apakura as the hapu. Which obviously means I have more homework to do!

I come from William TURNER = Ripekatangi, as you would know, a rather large whanau.

Once again thank you all.

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Posted : 28 October, 2005 11:59 am
romi
 romi
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Tena koe,
What little I do know about Purekireki marae can be fitted into this reply:
-Matire is the name of the whare, after the matriarch of the Turner whanau, and
-Ngati Apakura is the hapu.
Kia ora.

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Posted : 04 November, 2005 12:29 pm
Mackie OWC
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Oh mo taku he!!

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Posted : 09 November, 2005 1:19 pm
Jewel OWC
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Tena koutou

Could someone please help me with information on Purekireki Marae.

I know my tupuna through my father came from there.

Help


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Posted : 06 December, 2005 1:06 pm
Animags OWC
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nga mihi ki a koutou
I am also a descendant from Purekireki. While we do whakapapa to Ngaati Hikairo, we also whakapapa to Ngaati Apakura. Neither is wrong, as they all have strong whakapapa links to our marae and the whenua there.
Kei te pai mackie, you were not wrong.

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Posted : 24 March, 2006 9:54 pm
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