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lexsta_886 OWC
(@lexsta_886-owc)
New Member

Hey my name is Lex
i am a grt grt grt grandchild of Ihaka Whaanga and
his third Te paea Te ruke. I am looking for any information
about Ihaka as i am tryn to put my whakapapa together..
if u r able to help me..please email me at lexsta_886@hotmail.com
thanx..also if you need any info i dnt mind sharng info that i ahave
collected so far...Thanx

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Posted : 19 December, 2006 9:45 pm
Ira OWC
(@ira-owc)
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Hey my name is Lex
i am a grt grt grt grandchild of Ihaka Whaanga and
his third Te paea Te ruke. I am looking for any information
about Ihaka as i am tryn to put my whakapapa together..
if u r able to help me..please email me at lexsta_886@hotmail.com
thanx..also if you need any info i dnt mind sharng info that i ahave
collected so far...Thanx



Kia ora Lex,

Hope this is of some help. Taken from Te Ao Hou magazine, 1964.

Mr Tuati Paku Whaanga
The death occurred recently of Mr Tuati Paku Whaanga, son of Ihaka Maihi Whaanga, a leader of the Nuhaka people and a grandson of Ihaka (Tatoo) Whaanga, a direct male descendant of Kahungunu.

Tuati Paku Whaanga was born at Nuhaka 70 years ago and resided in the district all his life. He farmed a property south of the township and left with the 2nd Maori Contingent for the First World War. On his return, he continued farming at Nuhaka.

Mr Whaanga was a foundation member of the Nuhaka Tribal Committee and also one of the early leaders of the Latter Day Saints' faith at Nuhaka. He was a prominent Rugby player in his day and represented Wairoa and the coastal Tairawhiti team.

He is survived by one son, Maui Pomare Whaanga, of Kaikohe, and four grandchildren.

Info from this site.
http://teaohou.natlib.govt.nz/teaohou/issue/Mao46TeA/c32.html

Arohamai.

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Posted : 09 February, 2007 2:55 pm
crazyhorse OWC
(@crazyhorse-owc)
Active Member

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Hey my name is Lex
i am a grt grt grt grandchild of Ihaka Whaanga and
his third Te paea Te ruke. I am looking for any information
about Ihaka as i am tryn to put my whakapapa together..
if u r able to help me..please email me at lexsta_886@hotmail.com
thanx..also if you need any info i dnt mind sharng info that i ahave
collected so far...Thanx


If you use the www.maorilandonline.govt.nz to search for land shares his name does come up for lands in Nuhaka but Ihaka is used in the Waikato as well.

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Posted : 04 January, 2008 10:53 pm
gargun OWC
(@gargun-owc)
New Member

Kia Ora Lex.

Are you referring to Ihaaka Whaanga of Ngati Kahungunu??

If so, please email me at:

gargun@bigpond.com

Ray

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Posted : 08 January, 2008 7:17 am
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Mark Ihaka Whaanga OWC
(@mark-ihaka-whaanga-owc)
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Kiora Lex
I maybe able to help you with your search, I have recently set-up a family whakapapa site for the Whaanga + Te Ngaio Families ( http://whaanga.tribalpages.com) please email me at: midesign2@yahoo.co.nz
and i will give you the password or any other assistance i can with your search.

Naku noa na

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Posted : 16 January, 2008 11:24 pm
tutu OWC
(@tutu-owc)
Active Member

Kia Ora Mark,
I'm related to the Smiths from Tahaenui.
Had a quick look at the Whaanga website but will contact you for a password soon!
My great aunt Heni (Jane) Mohi married Eru Te Ngaio.
Regards
Lee-Ora

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Posted : 11 February, 2008 3:03 am
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