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CLAY, Michael Waiaka: Looking for whakapapa
I am looking at my grandfathers side who is Michael Waiaka Clay, he has since passed on and unfortunately I do not know our whakapapa, is there anyone who is able to assist by providing any information. I have heard that he has links to whakatohea and tuhoe but am unsure how we link to these two iwi
hi my name is lynnette fleet and i am to looking for information on whakatohea which is my husbands tribe. i have no maori blood ties but for an assignment i need to pick a hapu and research the effect of colonisation on them and how they have built themselves up today. i choose to study whakatohea so if my children ever want to know anything i maybe can help them. my husband and his immediate family are not much help.so if anyone can help me i would really appreciate it thanks.