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thelma_hale@yahoo.co.nz OWC
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Are you able to help me I am searching my mothers whakapapa as I was adopted by my dad's mum.Looking for Heta whanau from Huntly

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Posted : 16 December, 2007 6:35 pm
hinemako OWC
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Kia ora Thelma,
Just a question are you sure this whanau is of Huntlly or Mercer????? Waikato Heta Whanau all revolve around Meremere Mercer area jus a 1/2 Hr up te road....

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Posted : 26 December, 2007 2:30 pm
thelma_hale@yahoo.co.nz OWC
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My mother was born in Huntly, but they are probably from the Mercer/Meremere area. My grandparents were Donald & Lillian Heta (nee Ratahi). There are 14 in Mum's whanau. She was only 32 when she passed away in 91 so she would be 48 now. You may know her older siblings. June, Daya, Moira, Raewyn, Sonia, Marina, Mahu. Do any of these names sound familiar. They moved from Waikato to Aux-(Otara then Papakura).

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Posted : 26 December, 2007 4:42 pm
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