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pataria OWC
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Isobella/Bella or Pera are names that i know of that were used. She was born round 1886 married in 1911 and died 1948 to a Hari Katene they had one child Hera Dovey Katene any help would be much appreciated.

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Posted : 04 April, 2007 8:58 pm
pataria OWC
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I just remembered my koro is from taranaki and my nan is from north Omanaia area i think

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Posted : 04 April, 2007 9:18 pm
Te Paetahi OWC
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Isobella/Bella or Pera are names that i know of that were used. She was born round 1886 married in 1911 and died 1948 to a Hari Katene they had one child Hera Dovey Katene any help would be much appreciated.



Dovey had a brother - I thought they were full but I could be wrong. He was Wara (Tarawara) Katene and lived at Takapuwahia in Porirua. There are several Katenes living at Takapuwahia and they may be able to help you.

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Posted : 06 April, 2007 7:43 pm
pataria OWC
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thank you for your reply - yes she did he was a half brother. Im trying to trace back Doveys mother side - Bella Campbell/Kemara it all seems to stop at her marrying Hari Wi. Im having trouble going backwards.

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Posted : 09 April, 2007 4:57 pm
Nani OWC
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I married a Campbell & have researched back into their whānau from Scotland. My hubby's ancestor was Alexander Campbell who married a Ponanga. They settled in Tikitiki in the 1890's. Putaanga is reputed to be their marae...

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Posted : 13 April, 2007 11:06 pm
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