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Hohepa Hemi KIWIKIWI married Ani RETIMANA. Their six issue were Hohepa, Miria, Moetu, Paora, Weera and Eiwi-Ada. This seems an appropriate place to begin and to tautoko any decendants who wish to trace their whakapapa within the KIWIKIWI, KIWI, RETIMANA and RETI Whanau.
KIA ORA KOUTOU,
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Edited by - Retimana on Feb 02 2007 09:48:53 AM
Kia Ora Maori.Org.NZ,
WOW! Just to tell you about how well this works.
My e-mail Inbox is in 'overload mode'. I am pleasantly surprised each day, by the number of people searching for themselves and for who they belong to.
Perhaps the most rewarding 'contact' has been from a 19 year old kotiro, born in England, presently across the ditch. Her mum told her that her father's mother was Ada and she found her grandmother here.
In her words "I'm ESTATIC and SOOOO EXCITED".
Now just how WONDERFUL IS THAT! Tino Rawe aye.
Kia Ora Tatou, na Retimana
Hi my names Sandy,my Dads name was Paul(Paora) one of the siblings named above.. I met my Aunties Ada Head when we lived in Rotorua,I remember 1 of the Sons had a Butcher Shop at Westend back in the days..I also had the pleasure of meeting my Aunty Maude who lived in Taupo and some of her kids.Wow she has a big Whanau..If any of uz find them tell them 2 get in touch with the cuzzies via this website..Thanks heaps...