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WHAKAHORO / TUAHINE whanau
Kia ora Kahungungu,
If you go to http://www.familysearch.org/ and do a surname search for Whakahoro and set the country to New Zealand, you will find quite a few Whakahoro whanau from Wairoa. There are also a few Huatahi and Amuamu listed as well.
Note though that all the info may not be correct, but it is a great place to start putting whakapapa together
Nau te raurau,
Naku te raurau,
Ka ora ai nga tangata!
Together we will get there!
Tena koe Inu, mo to whakaro pai ki a au.
Koro Tuahine was born and bred in Wairoa, married Miriama Huatahi(Amu amu)from Te Reinga.Unsure where his father Tuahine Whakahoro was born but married Rora Tupuna.
Kia ora ra
Tena Koe. Im a little whakama to speak in the hope that I do not offend family. Tuahine Whakahoro and Rora Tupuna are my great grand parents. Koro and Miriama Tuahine are my grand parents. Hemi Tuahine is my father of Hastings. My fathers eldest brother ( now deceased ) was Joseph Teokura Tuahine or Joe, Trevor is the youngest son. I dont mean to sound like a know it all but tears started to well in my karu's to see something of our whakapapa. Kia ora!! I will talk to my father and ask more of Nanny Tuahine Whakahoro and post as soon as i can to help more whanau to see.
Arohatinonui Tuahine Whanau
Kapotahi Frederiksen nee Tuahine