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Mealz OWC
Active Member

Kia ora koutou

My kuia is Mary Green (nee Lewis)
My koroua was Jack Green
They are my father's parents
They are from Wairoa, Te Reinga has been mentioned to me.

I have met my grandmother once and unfortunately never got to meet my grandfather.

I am trying to track down my father's pepeha and would like any help. I have tried ringing a grand uncle in Gisborne but to no avail.

Naku noa,
na Amelia Brown

Posted : 15 November, 2006 8:45 pm
pepe OWC
Active Member

kia ora, Amelia,
We are looking for Lewis relatives from the east coast. Some years ago a kaumatua came looking for his cousin Harold Frances Lewis in Lower Hutt but Harold had already passed. the whanau were unaware that they were Maori,so we are trying to trace to Lewis whanau on the Coast. it doesn't answer your query but if you have any info we would be grateful.

Posted : 17 October, 2007 11:57 pm
frontman OWC
Active Member

Are you related to the Greens from Waitomo. If so i'm sure you can find their phone number in the Otorohanga Phone book.

Posted : 07 December, 2007 10:15 pm
Whale rider OWC
Active Member

Leanne Green of Papakura should be able to help she listed in the phone book her Tupuna is 89yr old Watti Green of Gisborne

Posted : 08 December, 2007 10:24 am
MichelleGreen OWC
New Member

Kia Ora, I am a Green of Te Kuiti. Call Lynn Green at the Mainapoto Maori Pact Trust in Te Kuiti and she will be able to help you. Wati Green was Lynn's Mother and she was from Otorohanga, Wati's Mother Tairingiringi was from the East Coast, Wati's Dad Kakiwhati was from Otorohanga. Tairingiringi pineing for her home took 3 of their children back to the East Coast and Left the 3 Eldest with her Husband Kakiwhati.
Hope this helps you.

Posted : 10 March, 2008 12:56 pm
MichelleGC OWC
New Member

Nana Ata Koroheke-Green still lives in Waihou Bay,(East Coast), and Uncle Jack Green her Brother. Nani Ata has a big whanau, and Nana Mere Koopu, (nee Green), is their sister too, her whanau are living in Maraenui, (East Coast)You might be able to find them in the Bay of Plenty Phone book or check it out at the www.whitepages.co.nz.

Posted : 10 March, 2008 1:02 pm