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shancock OWC
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Kia ora,

Tracing the whakapapa on my grandmothers side.

Wharekiri married James COOTES, a whaler. They had 3? children - Mihikiturangi, Rewiti Te Rakaherea and Ned. Wharekiri was the sister or cousin of Waitaoro who COOTES also married and had 5 children. A line I have (although not sure of correctness) is Toarangatira - Marangaiparoa - Te Haunga - Parepumai - Whango - Whakapiko - Wharekiri.

Hope someone maybe able to help.

Steve

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Posted : 12 January, 2006 8:55 am
KevinandKaren OWC
(@kevinandkaren-owc)
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Kia ora,

Tracing the whakapapa on my grandmothers side.

Wharekiri married James COOTES, a whaler. They had 3? children - Mihikiturangi, Rewiti Te Rakaherea and Ned. Wharekiri was the sister or cousin of Waitaoro who COOTES also married and had 5 children. A line I have (although not sure of correctness) is Toarangatira - Marangaiparoa - Te Haunga - Parepumai - Whango - Whakapiko - Wharekiri.

Hope someone maybe able to help.

Steve


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Posted : 04 February, 2008 7:33 pm
KevinandKaren OWC
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Kia ora Steve

I too am trying to trace or confirm my whakapapa in relation to Wharekiri. I come down the Rakaherea Reweti line and have information on his decendants. Were you able to obtain more info to that in your panui?

Karen

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Posted : 04 February, 2008 7:40 pm
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