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perenara OF
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Kia ora. I'm looking for any people related to the Perenara family (maybe from Matata). I know some details but not much and want to find out more about my ancestors. Thanks

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Posted : 17 February, 2003 4:52 pm
hone te mako OF
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I Know of the Perenara whanau from Matata. Nanny Katie who is the mother of Madeline and Dennis etc was my Grandmothers sister who was a Fraser. I can get Aunty Madelines number to see if they are your whanau ??

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Posted : 16 March, 2003 11:03 pm
hone te mako OF
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I Know of the Perenara whanau from Matata. Nanny Katie who is the mother of Madeline and Dennis etc was my Grandmothers sister who was a Fraser. I can get Aunty Madelines number to see if they are your whanau ??

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Posted : 16 March, 2003 11:03 pm
hone te mako OF
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I Know of the Perenara Whanau in Matata. A kuia of mine Nanny Katie (Fraser) married into the Perenara whanau. Their are a few but not too many of them left in Matata. I can get some phone numbers if you like??

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Posted : 16 March, 2003 11:09 pm
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