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MAIHI, Te Whanau no Nga Puhi
Kia Ora Moana,
My grandmother married a Maihi from Ahipara. Hori Wairama Maihi. The whanau is large as he had two other whanau before he married my grandmother. This part of the Maihi whanau live in Auckland. I am still in the midst of this whakapapa. Drop me a line if you like and i'll give you the whakapapa that i have on line .....kia ora
Tena Koe Tiaa,
I'm a Maihi frm Omanaia which is over the hills frm Waima (Hokianga, Ngapuhi). My great grandfather originally came frm Waima, his name was Ako Maihi who married a woman called Ihapera Haretuku frm Omanaia, For more info go www.bebo.com/dilz270 or email email@example.com or u can ring me 24/7 on 0272706411, looking for to hearing frm u.
kia ora Mere,
My granmother was a Maihi, her name was Waitapu Morihana Maihi, She married Erupouroto Matiu Tuatai Wihongi of Kaikohe. Her father was Miha Maihi who married Era Tiatoa. He Lived around Lake Omapere during the gum digging days, his father was Miha Maihi Te Hao from The Utakura - Waima area. My granmothers brother Tahi Maihi lived above the Otatara Marae in Waima.
Noho Ora mai
My father was a Maihi. Barry Whakatau Maihi(1939-2005). He was born in Omanaia. My grandfathers name was Aporo Maihi-Taniora and he married Ihipera Eruera also from Omanaia. 6 Children(that i know about).Dad always said they had a big family but many died from TB and influenza. Uncle Hone, Uncle Bibo, Dad, Uncle Sonny-boy, Aunty Girlie and Aunty Adelaide.