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Anyone familiar with these NORTHLAND lines?  

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Anihana
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28 April, 2013 12:05 pm  

Kia Ora guys

I'm interested in these lines & was hoping someone might be familiar with them. They are as follows:

Kohe had Te Rongo & Maroro.

Looking at Te Rongo it goes down as follows:

Te Rongo
Tupuna
Taiuru
Hohepa Poa
Tamati Poa

Looking at Maroro there were 2 children Kahuru & Hauaraki.

Looking at Kahuru it goes down as follows:

Kahuru
Tupuna
Ngatirua
Tawaewae

Looking at Hauaraki it goes as follows:

Hauaraki
Te Aua
Manihera
Renata

I'm particularly interested in Kahuru's line, I know that Ngatirua was a woman....I am interested in the lot but I have been trying to research Ngatirua to no avail. I am of the belief she is realted to Kamariera Te Hau Takari Wharepapa as I have some documents where he refers to her as being related but he does not say how. The appear to have lived in & around Maunu, Whangarei & I know that one of Ngatirua's children put her Hapu as "Ngati Ruangaio".

Te Toka-i-Tawhio was a leader of Ngati Ruangaio from what I have read.

Any information would be much appreciated 🙂

Cheers
Anihana

Edwards "Teri family", Rewi, Tawhai, Ruka, Ngapine, Johansen. Poroti, Waima, Takahiwai, Northland. Te Uri Roroi, Te Parawhau.


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hohaia2
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29 April, 2013 11:44 pm  

Tena koe e hoa,

This whakapapa looks like the one scribed from one of Judge Gudgeon's genealogy books, if I'm not mistaken.


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Anihana
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30 April, 2013 6:37 pm  

Interesting - I will have a look into that, I wasn't aware of Judge Gudgeon....I wonder if I can find an electronic version online?

Cheers
Anihana

Edwards "Teri family", Rewi, Tawhai, Ruka, Ngapine, Johansen. Poroti, Waima, Takahiwai, Northland. Te Uri Roroi, Te Parawhau.


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