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bwairepo OWC
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This is my father from and born in Rawene

Can anyone link me to the Marae, te Maunga, te awa, subtribe, iwi

Please leave msg or contact me

Benjamin Moka 0212074591. Thankyou

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Posted : 20 May, 2007 1:14 pm
justifyd OWC
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Good Evening Benjamin,

Sorry i am not sending this message to tell you your whakapapa but i was wondering who your mother is. My grandmother also has a father named neiken moka. Her name is harriet moka and my great grandmothers name was irihapeti.

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Posted : 21 May, 2007 10:51 pm
bwairepo OWC
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kia ora, Neiken Moka is my father, still alive today, im the youngest 37yrs.

My father Neiken Moka,his father is John Leslie Moka of Rawene. My mother is Olive Nelson, she a Martin now and use to be kerapa. She from Kawhia

Just tryn to find out name of my fathers marae, waka, maunga to learn the reo, if you have any leads please let me know, Thankyou

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Posted : 22 May, 2007 1:12 pm
bwairepo OWC
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Sorry i got it wrong

Grandfather is

Jack Moka, Grandmother Ihapera,

Neiken Moka is my father, My grand father Jack Moka had a brother Neiken also, including Jack, Waata, Puhi.

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Posted : 27 December, 2007 3:42 pm
awhinatia
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Kia Ora Whanau,
My connection to the Moka whanau is through the Pickering/Eruera Hopewai line. I am still researching the whakapapa and as soon as I get it all together I will keep you all posted. My grandfather was Tau Pickering, my grandmother ws Harata Eruera-Hopewai. Keep researching and together we will find one another. The only one of the Moka whanau I really knew was Uncle Jimmy and aunty Isobel. There kids and us all grew up together in Rawene. My grandparents use to work at the Rawene hospital, and they lived around the bottom road next to uncle Hughie Williams. Look forward to catching up with you all.

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Posted : 29 December, 2007 5:23 am
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