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Jenny Evans OF
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Kia Ora I am looking for any information on my whanau. In particular does anyone know of my grandmother Te Aorere (Kathleen) Mohi Te Wara. She was married to Wilfred Jamieson and they lived in the Rangiriri area. Her father was Tau Mohi Te Wara and her mother was Mihiwaatera. She died in chidbirth. Does anyone have any photos of the family. I am Te Aorere's grandaughter. If you have any information no matter how small, I would be most grateful. Looking forward to your email....Jenny.

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Posted : 01 October, 2003 7:26 pm
Gabrielle Turuwhenua OF
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Kia ora Mohi Te Wara whanau
Browsing the net and came across your search,I know of Toka Te Wara at Kutarere School, Opotiki. Bay of Plenty. who may be able to help you, if he is from the same whanau, alternatively you may be able to ring Helen Te Wara at Waimana (07)312-3021, for a contact phone number
Hope this info will be of some help
No reira
Kapai koe to ra
Gabrielle

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Posted : 20 October, 2003 8:22 am
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