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Tena koe Tane nz
I live in the Whangarei area, so I have search though the phone book and found 9 Heta that have land line phones in Whangarei. Maybe if I give you a few phones maybe it will leed you to the person you are looking for.
D.P. Heta 09 438 6073
W Heta 09 437 1354
A & D Heta 09 438 5351
May your heart be contented in your search for the one that you seek.
Kia ora koutou this could be a touchy subject this lady's name is my birth mother i have never talked to or met in my life i am now in my early 4o s there has been a close call while back i traced down a heta by fone book who new her, if i remeber correctly she is his sister in whangarei, after contacking him again his ahua was different he had spoken to her he came across negative then the last time we talked an said not to ring again , so u can see the touchy side of things. so to be quite honest i havent really botherd looking or doin enything else since i have just been keeping a eye on this topic seeing what comes in, thanks for all the advice an ideas, links an help thats being posted
Kia ora ano
Tena koe e Tane I went to skool with alot of Heta whanau in moerewa (Ngati Hine)The parents names where Tony & Betty Heta.I am good friends with one of the sons I will ask him about the person you are inquiring about and I wil get back to u other than that look up old friends.co.nz
Good Luck and all da best
kia ora tane
My grandmother maiden name is heta her marae is aotearoa.
hope it helps
kia ora Huia
You must be related to Nancy and Brownie Heta of Owairaka. Ko mate inaianei.
I grew up around those parts was neighbours with the Heta's for years and still am. Altho my sister is living in our whanau house. Victor and his whanau living in the whare.
Desmond and Lizzie got married ANZAC weekend at the pa. Do you go back there much?
kia ora michelle
Sorry! don't know nancy and brownie.
Congratulations to desmond and lizzie, I don't know them either.
I know a little about my grandmother's brothers and sisters. Her father timotu heta and mother hinga hapimana
Its break my heart not seeing her there since my uncle eru simmonds was buried 1997. But, I am going back there soon.
Ka kite ano
Kia Ora Tane,
I hail from a little place north of Whangarei called Omahanga and I'm related to the Heta Whanau on my mothers side. The Heta whanau is a long standing whanau from the Whangaruru area back to the early 1800s, before they branched out to Moerewa, Kaikohe, Tautoro, Whangarei and other areas in the north. What I do have I would be happy to share with u. We would need to korero a lot longer than what this allows.
Kia kaha e hoa
Kia Ora Tane!
Gor that really hurts when you get so close but you get a door practically slammed in your face!
My grandmother was a Heta her name is Waiamahau
she is the youngest out of eight children my great grand mother Te Ao Ranapia (of Opape) had to Joseph Heta of the far north.
their children are Billie, Eddie, Tommy who married Jean Jones, Mate, Connie who married a Fox living in Gisbourne,Lillian (Lilly), Henare and my Nanny Wai.
if you are in any way connected i can put you in the right direction i hope this is helful and opened back up a door for you to carry on your search!
Peace and Good Luck to you!!