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HARE - HURU Karena.  

joanna OWC
Active Member

I am seeking the whanau of my grandfather Karena Hare Huru. My grandmother was Ani Murupaenga. Can you help?

Edited by - joanna on Dec 14 2006 6:30:59 PM

Posted : 05 December, 2005 3:54 pm
stays7454 OWC
New Member

whats his name or surname?and where he from?

Posted : 22 April, 2006 9:33 pm
Becks06 OWC
Active Member

If i'm right i'm sure your talking about uncle Harry Karena? Use to live in Woodville but past away last year, got kids called Ngoi Ngoi, Hare, Rosie, Michael, Te Arau etc??

If i'm right giv me and email


Him and my nan were first cousins

Posted : 26 April, 2006 12:10 pm
mokomoko32 OWC
Active Member

Kia Ora,

I am the great-grand-daughter of Karena Hare-Hure and Ani Murupaenga from Ahipara. My grandfather's name is Maihi Hare-Hure and Rose Shepherd.

Posted : 28 April, 2006 11:06 pm
Tiaa OWC
Active Member

I'm a decendant of Ani Murupaenga and Karena Hare-Hure. Infact my grandmother is the sister to Ani Murupaenga. My father was named after Karena's Father Te Tatau Hare Hure. I have the Hure whakapapa that goes back to Kohuru Huru born in 1605

Posted : 09 May, 2006 11:49 pm
MHarris OWC
New Member

kia ora my name is Mana Bowman Hare Huru my father is Bowman Hare Huru brother to Karena Kiriwai Kino Jane Huhana who had died before i was born.
Kia Ora Tiaa your father is my first cousin.
Kia Ora Joanne your father is also my first cousin.
I have been wanting to get in touch with my NgaPuhi whanau for a long time now,but living in OZ makes it a bit difficult.
So i would be glad to hear from you about my whanau i have never met.

Posted : 18 June, 2006 6:06 pm