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berghan OWC
(@berghan-owc)
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Seeking any whakapapa for Te Ururoa of Te Taahawai of Whangaroa. Born late 1700's?? Son of Te Koke and Nehe. I have good whakapapa for Te Koke back to Haiti tai Marangai of Ngati Kahu/Te Whanau a Moana, but would like to know more about Nehe as well.

Te Ururoa's daughter Turikatuku Makareta married James Berghan. Who was the mother of Turikatuku/wife of Te Ururoa?

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Posted : 19 October, 2005 10:12 pm
hohaia2 OWC
(@hohaia2-owc)
Eminent Member

Kotahi i te tatai i whakaheke mai a Kawhiwhi ki a Ururoa, kei te timatanga:

Ko Kawhiwhi i puta mai i a Te Paeora
Ta Paeora i puta mai i a Kahutaiki
Ta Kahutaiki i puta mai a Rangiawetini
Ta Rangiawetini i puta mai i a Karomehaunga
Ta Karomehaunga i puta mai i a Te Aokikarioi
Ta Te Aokikarioi i puta mai i a Te Onetai
Ta Te Onetai ka moe ia a Te Mutunga 1
I puta mai ia a Kohine
Ko Kohine ka moe i a Tapuiti
I puta mai a Te Mutunga 2 me ona tuahine ko Nehe raua ko Moerimu
O nga wahine rangatira katoa o Te Koki
Ko Nehe ka moe ia a Te Koki
I puta mai a Ururoa [a.k.a. Rewharewha Te Koki]
Ko Ururoa ka moe ia a Ruruhi
I puta mai o nga tini uri.

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Posted : 20 October, 2005 1:59 am
berghan OWC
(@berghan-owc)
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Thanks Hohaia, much appreciated. Any further info will be also appreciated.

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Posted : 25 October, 2005 3:33 pm
te phantom
(@te-phantom)
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Kia ora Berghan raaua ko Hohaia2

My great-grandfather (ggf) was Waikeri HEKE
=Hera Kai-mau PIHEMA

I don't really know much about his tipuna except what I have found on the LDS site, following ....

My gggf, his father was Heke URUROA
=Maata Korohu TE HOKA

My ggggf, his father was Ururoa Rewharewha TE KOKI
=Patu-ngahere PATUHU

My gggggf, his father was TE KOKI
=Nehe

I recognise some common names on your postings. I'm actually researching my HEKE (and PIHEMA) whakapapa.

As a result of your whakapapa haerenga:

1. Have you encountered any of my HEKE (or PIHEMA) whakapapa before?

2. Any suggestions on who I might contact to find out more?

3. Is what I have shown (from LDS site) 'correct'?

Looking forward to any correspondance.

Phantom Maori

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Posted : 27 October, 2005 12:59 am
berghan OWC
(@berghan-owc)
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Kiaora Hohaia, quick question, is this a Kai Tangata whakapapa? I cannot find any of these in my existing records.

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Posted : 27 October, 2005 10:24 pm
berghan OWC
(@berghan-owc)
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Kia ora Phantom, the whakapapa I have for Te Koki is :
parents: Tahapango and Taingariu
g/parent: Te Puta, who was born at Taupo Bay and of Ngati Mokokohi and Kai Tangata.
gg/parent: Tokahaupapa
ggg/parent: Rangi te Hotanga
gggg/parent: Mokokohi
ggggg/parent: Haiti tai Marangai who is a major Tupuna of Te Whanau a Moana/ Ngati kahu

Try looking in the http://www.dnzb.govt.nz site and also in the Muriwhenua land claim files of the Waitangi Tribunal, there is a lot of info there.

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Posted : 31 October, 2005 3:12 pm
hohaia2 OWC
(@hohaia2-owc)
Eminent Member

Kia ora Mark,

My apologies for this late response as my postings weren't sticking last week to this page. To your query, I can't say if this is a Kaitangata line. That whakapapa was recited by one, Ruinga Tapu at a pre-1900 Land Court sitting: Ref: 3 Northern Minute Book / folio 15. He included the 3 wives of Te Koki, the sisters Te Mutunga, Nehe, & Moerimu all of Ngati Rangi.
If I gather anymore info, I'll send it on down the line to you.

Hohaia.

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Posted : 01 November, 2005 1:05 am
berghan OWC
(@berghan-owc)
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Kia ora Hohaia, my turn to apologise for the late reply. I thought I had seen the whakapapa with Mutunga in it before; Urlich-Clover in Hongi Hika gives Mutunga as Kai Tangata. But Kai Tangata were all but wiped out in a battle after Hongi's death.
Mark

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Posted : 18 November, 2005 3:45 pm
hohaia2 OWC
(@hohaia2-owc)
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Kia ora Hamish [a.k.a. Phantom Maori],

My apologies for this very late response. I can confirm to you that the records you found on the www.familysearch.org site in regards to Waikeri Heke are accurate.
His father was Heke Ururoa.
Waikeri had 2 brothers also. They were Rika Heke and Putete Heke.
I have Waikeri born circa: 1864.
So I'm guessing that you are a descendant of either Repoama [a.k.a. Rehopoama] Waikeri Heke or Manu Waikeri Heke.
Hope this helps!

Na Hohaia.

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Posted : 28 November, 2005 12:43 am
hohaia2 OWC
(@hohaia2-owc)
Eminent Member

Ko Nga Matua Tupuna enei o PATUNGAHERE:

RANGIMOTUHIA = KIORE
|
ARAHUTA
|
NGARUI
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HONEURU
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TARINGA
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TE PATUNGAHERE = TE URUROA
|
HEKE URUROA
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|-WAIKERI HEKE
|-RIKA HEKE = IRIHAPETI KAMARIERA WHAREPAPA
|-PUTETE HEKE

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Posted : 28 November, 2005 1:12 am
Atherton OWC
(@atherton-owc)
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Kia Ora Berghan, I am also a descendant of James Berghan. My Great-Grandfather was William Berghan. It would be interesteing to klnow what you have found out about are family.

Cheers

Atherton

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Posted : 04 May, 2006 1:26 pm
Whitinui101 OWC
(@whitinui101-owc)
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Kia ora te whanau,

My great grandmother was Ngakirikiri Wiremu Tangata married my great grandfather Whitinui Kainamu (my grandfather is Toetoe Whitinui from Kaitaia Ratana Minister).

Ngakirikiri's mum was Tura Wiremu Tangata who was married to Te Ahu Wiremu Tangata. Tura was the daughter of Hare Hongi and Mokikiri and Hare Hongi the son of Hongi Hika and Turikatuku...

In relation to Patungahere the whakapapa is all good....I have 3 womens names for Te Ururoa (Patungahere, Miriama Ngakaikarere, Rangi Puhi

Children for Patungahere
= Ururoa Paora
= Heke (Hone) Ururoa
= Raupane Erana (Snowden)

and then the children of Miriama and Rangi his other two wives or partners.

On my fathers side
Whitinui----Kainamu-----Pumipi----Te Puhi----Te Uinga---Kahu Taka----Te Kaka-----

Hapu === Ngati Uru
Iwi ==== Nga Puhi
Mountain === Pohue/Miemie
River ==== Pupuke
Marae ===== Taitimu
waka ==== Mataatua

All the best
Paora Whitinui

Edited by - Whitinui101 on Jun 29 2006 11:53:45 PM

Edited by - Whitinui101 on Jun 30 2006 12:00:50 AM

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Posted : 29 June, 2006 11:40 pm
JeniTaylor OWC
(@jenitaylor-owc)
Active Member

kiaora Berghan,

I am also decended from Te Ururoa, his daughter Arana Ururoa married a Henry Davis Snowden, this is our line of history.
I dont have a lot of information but this site has been so helpful & it's amazing who you find that you are linked with so keep up the search, Jeni

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Posted : 22 September, 2007 12:02 am
Joan Davis OWC
(@joan-davis-owc)
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hi jeni, I have a small bit of info about your Arana. She was also called Ellen She married Henry davis Snowden in 1858 at the Anglican Church at Waimate. She was 26yrs of age and henry was 47yrs. They were married by the Rev. Richard Davis Hope this helps. Joan.

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Posted : 02 October, 2007 7:50 pm
harihona OWC
(@harihona-owc)
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Kia ora nga whanaunga

I too, am a descendant of Te Ururoa = Patungahere.

The heke I'v seen down to Te Ururoa is similar to mine and goes back to Ngati Pou, Ngati Uru and Ngati Manu. I'm from the Snowden line, and thats right about Te Ururoa's daughter Ellen (Erena), she is my tupuna whaea. Her mother Patungahere comes from the waka Tinana, ko Tumoana te tangata.
I am one of the many mokopuna of Henry Davis Snowden and Erena, who are my gg grand parents. My dad was Wairama, his dad - Te Ngoharawe (Barney), his dad - Haki Reweti (Jack), his parents of course were Henry and Erena.

Kia ora taatou

harihona

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Posted : 09 October, 2007 7:44 pm
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