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dwshortland OWC
(@dwshortland-owc)
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ko pirongia te maunga
ko waipa te awa
ko tainui te waka
ko ngati maniapoto te iwi
ko ngati rangimahora te hapu
ko kahotea te marae
ko whatihua te whare tipuna
ko te mamae toku tipuna

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Posted : 11 March, 2007 8:06 pm
tane_ariki OWC
(@tane_ariki-owc)
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tena koe e te whanaunga,

he uri hoki au o Whatihua.

I te taha o toku papa, ma tona whaea, ko Te Mamae tona tupuna wahine. Tena pea, ko taku Te Mamae me to Te Mamae te tangata kotahi ne?

I have a female ancestor, her name is Te Mamae. She was my nan's nan. Same person?

Ko Ngati Apakura tenei e mihi atu nei ki a koe.

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Posted : 11 March, 2007 8:30 pm
maniapoto_jack OWC
(@maniapoto_jack-owc)
Active Member

Kiaora koorua aku whanaunga

Im from Te Koopua just down the river from Kahotea marae. I was watching Te Karere the other night and saw that they were celebrating the 100th birthday of that whare tupuna Whatihua. just thought id add that lol

kiaora

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Posted : 12 March, 2007 10:58 am
tane_ariki OWC
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Trusted Member

Tena koe maniapoto_jack

That lady who was talking on that interview is my aunty hehe

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Posted : 12 March, 2007 5:04 pm
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