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Lisa-Marie Paretovich OWC
(@lisa-marie-paretovich-owc)
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Can anyone tell me the name of the Marae's at Waiuku I am trying to uncover which is our one I have the names TAHUNAKAI TOTO or RERETEEWHIOI or TIKIRAHI or TAURANGANUI unsure if these are correct. My Great Grandmother Hora Paranihi is either buried there? or is it has a "stone" there and maybe her husband too??? Thanks

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Posted : 25 May, 2006 7:22 pm
superbee OWC
(@superbee-owc)
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kia ora,
"Moeatoa." as well.
Pi.

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Posted : 25 May, 2006 10:38 pm
Tiaki_nohi OWC
(@tiaki_nohi-owc)
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Kia ora
I grew up in Waiuku, the maraes that were used were Tahuna, and Reretewhioi

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Posted : 26 May, 2006 2:10 am
superbee OWC
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Kia ora,
Have you had any luck here. The time frame for your tuptuna and the marae o Moeatoa is coincidental. That marae was removed in the mid 1900's. The Minhinnick whanau would be your best source of info. Your GGG parents were;
Ropata Pai 1804 and Turia Kauahi married 1824. I would check records there.
Pi.

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Posted : 05 June, 2006 11:15 pm
Lisa-Marie Paretovich OWC
(@lisa-marie-paretovich-owc)
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Hi Superbee have just got online again and read your post... is Ropata and Turia Kirimaunga parents?? Thank-you sooo much for your reply... Are we related???
Regards
Lisa-Marie Paretovich

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Posted : 05 August, 2006 6:35 am
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