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I have a friend that is a Tutengaehe residing in west Auckland, same whanau couples names are
Te Rehita and Leanne. They have there tamariki attending Hoani Waititi kura. Contact the kura and leave your message and contact number with the office. Will leave the rest upto you as I lost contact numbers, good luck.
Hi I am researching the surname TUTENGAEHE from Matakana Island.
Hohua Tutengaehe was a well known kaumatua who lived in Christchurch. When he died, they took him home to Matakana and more specifically, I think Rangiwaea Island. He had brothers but I can't recall the specifics. Try the Ngai Te Rangi iwi authority in Tauranga. The hapu on Rangiwaea and Matakana are Ngai Te Rangi.
tena koe garth,
my name is kui,your g/mother has to be tangiheare(maiden name tutengaehe)her dad is rehuta tutengaehe,her mum ngarama.tutengaehu was the eldest son of te rangihouhiri,killed in the most fiercest battle in the history of ngaiterangi,the battle of poporohuamea,between te arawa and ngaiterangi.on hearing of his son;s death te rangihouhiri,predicted his own death.my mother and your g/mother are first cousins,tekuta,is my mum named after her mum,tekuta and ngarama are sisters.my email email@example.com mauri ora