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Tamatea2010
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25 September, 2018 11:53 am  

Hello my name is John. I am looking for information on tupuna Te Kaninamu Hamaiwaho who married Ngapine Waaka who has daughter Raukura Haratiera who has daughter Amiria Haratiera who has numerous children including Atareta Maremare Eria.

Te Hamaiwaho lived in the Wairarapa and was Ngai Tahu (Wairarapa).

I am interested to find out more about Te Hamaiwaho and his whakapapa.

Please help me if you can. Nga mihi.


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poutokomanawa
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09 December, 2018 1:55 pm  

Kia ora, 

Firstly check out the Maori Naming Conventions  if you have not done so already. As you have not given and idea of dates for Te Kaninamu Hamaiwaho then maybe his father is Hamaiwaho (and I have also seen it written Hamai Waho) so that gives you another option to search. Another way, is search for the surname Kaninamu (without the TE) and then follow some of the older ones back - it may lead you back to Te Kaninamu Hamaiwaho then further back.

If you know siblings of Te Kaninamu Hamaiwaho then search for them as you may find info on their parents which will help you work back.

Google Search has results about some land dealings, but no whakapapa.

 

Good luck 🙂

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Naku te raurau,
Ka ora ai nga tangata!
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kiwichris
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10 December, 2018 8:51 am  

https://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/newspapers/WDT19070826.2.35?query=Te%20Hamaiwaho&sort_by=byDA&items_per_page=10&phrase=2&page=2&snippet=true this article from 1907 names Te Hamaiwaho's great grandmother at the time she was beleived to be 107.

There are more articles on Te Hamaiwaho at Paperspast, there maybe 2 people with this name the other seems to be in Northland.

 


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kiwichris
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10 December, 2018 9:12 am  

https://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/newspapers/NZTIM19070914.2.28?query=Hamaiwaho&sort_by=byDA&items_per_page=10&phrase=2&page=3&snippet=true Hamaiwaho's great grandmothers death in 1907 her name is Kehurangi Ringatu Waaka known as Ringatu. 


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kiwichris
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10 December, 2018 9:28 am  

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/117039242/kehurangi-ringatu-waaka has an article attached about Ringatu's life,marriage, etc.

 


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