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Walker, James - Trying to locate whanau.  

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phoenixb
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26 March, 2015 4:32 pm  

My mother was adopted at birth, so I have not had biological ancestoral family connections growing up. I am now eager to make connections, and to meet whanau. From what I can discover, Roeha Waiohenga married George Taylor in the mid 1840's. They had six daughters, one of whom was Marea Taylor - who married James Walker. My family descends from there. Can anyone help with further information or connections? I would love to come an visit Opotiki/Te Kaha - and find out where I came from. Thanks heaps Phoenix.


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