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Peita, Tipene, Brown, Peihopa and White
Justing wanting to find any whanau out there. Just got back from my fathers tangi and found out about this site and was told that it may be a great site to catch up with all my whanau around the world especailly in oz.
So if your a Peita, Tipene, Brown, Peihopa or a White send me a message we could be connected
kia ora Tiaki nohi
Yes you are right these are huge clans, but we are all related. My Grandfather James Hemi Kuti Peita had one brother and 4 sisters. The sisters married into the Tipene, Brown and Peihopa family. Most of the families live in the Motatau area.
I have a feeling I posted this in the wrong section but anyway its done now. I found out about this site last week and thought it would be a great place to catch up with whanau around the world that are finding out about this site.
ka kite ano
Kia ora Tania
Welcome to you. My whanau also married into the Peihopa and Tipene whanau. I would be delighted if you dropped me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org. I have some information I could pass on or at least I can assist in connecting you to others who will help.
You can post whanau queries in the 'searching for whanau' or 'searching tupuna' sections. This way you are more likely to get people visiting your post. Nice to have you aboard.