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vanessa OWC
(@vanessa-owc)
New Member

Kia Ora
Looking for whanau that belong to the Tamaki

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Posted : 03 April, 2005 5:42 pm
poutokomanawa
(@poutokomanawa)
Trusted Member

Tena koe vanessa,

If you make sure you are at the new Whakapapa Club ( http://whakapapa.maori.org.nz) and click on Full Search, you will find records for the Tamaki Whanau, including people in the People Directory (who you could email) and Tamaki Whanau in the lists.

Good luck and let us know how you get on

Nau te raurau,
Naku te raurau,
Ka ora ai nga tangata!
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Together we will get there!
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Posted : 12 April, 2005 2:25 pm
chris2086 OWC
(@chris2086-owc)
Active Member

Hi Vanessa
My father Charlie kerekore Takerei is related to the Mackie whanau, who in turn are related to the Tamaki whanau. Where do you live? My sister Adrienne and myself now reside in Australia.
Chris

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Posted : 12 April, 2005 3:41 pm
Ngati Allsorts OWC
(@ngati-allsorts-owc)
New Member

Kia Ora Vanessa

I'm a Tamaki and looking into that side of my whakapapa. Our name was changed from Tamehana to Tamaki after our tipuna. His name was Tamaki Tamehana. We have links to Kawhia/ Pirongia

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Posted : 17 April, 2005 8:50 pm
Animags OWC
(@animags-owc)
Active Member

Nga mihi ki a koutou ngaa whaanau.

Kia Ora my maiden name is Tamaki and we are descendants of the above mentioned Tamaki Tamehana also. I am in the process of collating our whanau reunion book alongside my father and I am quiet familiar with our tupuna.
We reside in Te Awamutu, which is where most of us have grown up and are pretty wide spread throughout the motu. Look forward to hearing from you all.

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Posted : 09 August, 2005 12:57 pm
Animags OWC
(@animags-owc)
Active Member

If there are any other whanau who are seeking any other korero or information regarding our Tamaki whanau, please holla back. I know there are plenty of whanau that I have never met, though am keen to get in contact with. Kaua e whakama.

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Posted : 13 October, 2005 9:09 pm
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