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MissJay01
(@missjay01)
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Kia Ora Whanau,

I am trying to research my sons whanau, as his father is no longer around. I have the pakeha side, but am a bit stuck with the Maori line. I have found he is related to Piripi Hamiora (Phillip Samuel), a Maori evangelist from Rukumoana Marae. I believe that is Ngati Haua, but am not sure. He married a lady called Papuwaiora, and then later married her niece Kaho, but I am unable to find any information regarding either of the marriages. I was wondering if anyone else was researching the Hardings, Hamioras, or Te Wheki's from the Waikato/Hauraki area?

Arohanui,
Sarah

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Posted : 29 April, 2007 9:05 pm
hiedihapi OWC
(@hiedihapi-owc)
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Kia Ora yes I can help you. My Koro is Kaho's Nephew. I know all her children and Papuwai's kids so contact me. Im a wheki on my dads side and I am Ngati Haua Tuturu Rukumoana. The wheki's are from Hanatoria in Tauwhare. Phone me 02102513197 any time after 1.I can get you in contact with both wifes whanau's.

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Posted : 01 April, 2008 10:01 am
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