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Pare1975
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07 March, 2018 3:12 am  

Kia ora,

 

I'm seeking information please about Parehuia Heperi.  Her mother was Raupia Hohaia (Patuone).  She married Paora Kake and they had a daughter named Karuru who married Paki Eru Hetaraka.   I'm hoping to find out where Parehuia is buried and her hāpu. 

Ngā mihi

 

Pare

 

 


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poutokomanawa
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09 March, 2018 3:37 am  

Kia ora,

If you go to the Whakapapa Search on Google and FamilySearch page of the Whakapapa Club and put Parehuia in the firstname and Heperi in the last name then generate a search, you will get a link to the familysearch site.  Click on that and you will get results for Parehuia Heperi.

Some of those results have born in Waihou and the date of birth 20 March 1888 and some as 17 March 1889 but I think they are the same person.  This of course reflects that not all information in this site is accurate, but it is a good place to start.

All of the records show the date of death as 7 Nov 1921 but not where she was buried, so could be either Whangarei as that is where she was married or back in Waihou where she was born.  The Kake whanau are associated with Pehiaweri Marae in Glenbervie and there is an urupa by the marae.

Now for hapu we need to look at the parents of Parehuia to see if her parents were born where she was born - this is in case they moved there from somehwere else which would mean that their blood lines would not be from there.

Her father is Hohepa Heperi and if we do a search for him in the fs (familysearch) site by changing the name on the left hand side of that page, we can see that he was born in Waihou also as well as having been married twice and was a minister for the LDS.  I did a quick google for Hohepa Heperi minister and found the following link which gives a good korero about his life.  Hohepa Heperi

Now using the fs site again if we do a name search for Raupia Patuone we can see that she was also born in Waihou and maybe a direct descendant of Patuone - here is a link to korero about Patuone and some whakapapa Whakapapa relating to Patuone.  You will also see in the whakapapa there is 
Hohaia = Kateao Te Takupu
and I think they may the parents of Raupia

In that site you will also find information about hapu.

Good luck!

Nau te raurau,
Naku te raurau,
Ka ora ai nga tangata!
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Together we will get there!
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Pare1975
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10 March, 2018 4:46 am  

Kia ora @poutokomanawa thank you very much for your help.

I will follow up with your suggestions. I think Raupia is a direct descendent of Patuone according to the Patuone website and an account of her marriage to Hohepa in a book about Mormon leaders. I'm also trying to confirm that Karuru Kake is the daughter of Parehuia and Paora Kake.

 

Nga mihi uni

Pare


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poutokomanawa
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14 March, 2018 1:17 am  

It is always nice when helping people that the person says a kia ora or thank you @Pare1975 - much appreciated 🙂

So is Karuru Kake the daughter of Parehuia and Paora Kake?  If we create the search for Karuru Kake then check out the fs results we will see that there is a record as follows

Karuru or Karu Kake, born 5 April 1913, died 28 March 1976, Parents Paora T Kake and Parehuia Heperi

then to cross check, if we do a fs for Parehuia Heperi we will see one of the records as follows

Parehuia Heperi, spouse Paora T Kake, child Karuru or Karu Kake

And another cross check for Paora Kake in the fs site we find a record as follows:

Paora T Kake, spouse Parehuia Heperi, child Karuru or Karu Kake

So there is a very good chance that Karuru Kake is the child of Parehuia Heperi and Paora T Kake 🙂

Nau te raurau,
Naku te raurau,
Ka ora ai nga tangata!
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Together we will get there!
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Pare1975
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17 March, 2018 11:49 pm  

Kia ora ano @poutokomanawa thank you very much again! It's good to have this confirmation.  I'm waiting on someone getting back to me now about where Parehuia and Paora are buried. I hope you are having some success with your own whakapapa research.

 

Nga mihi nui 

 

Pare


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parukuri OWC
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24 April, 2018 6:03 pm  

TThe link to your whanau is the one i put up if you have not been here already


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Pare1975
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30 April, 2018 6:35 am  

Tena koe @parukuri-owc thank you so much. I felt emotional looking at this whakapapa. Not all the whakapapa I've seen is so complete. Hariata Kemp is not often listed as a daughter of Major Kemp. Are you a descendent? You are very kind. Nga mihi nui Pare.


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