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Fathersdaughter OWC
(@fathersdaughter-owc)
New Member

Kia ora, Im trying to trace my whakapapa, to its heart.
I have traced some but not all. Can anyone tell me about Paratene Te Manu and the lines of him. My Dad was Thomas Stewart Hei Hei Wellingtion.

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Posted : 25 May, 2006 6:32 pm
Nga Hau e Wha OWC
(@nga-hau-e-wha-owc)
Active Member

Hello I have put in the name Paratene and Broughton in maori.org and it has come up with a posting you made.

My Great Grandmother is Roka Hone Hinga and her brother is Paratene Hone Hinga.

I have seen the name Paratene being searched in the forums but could not make a connection until a relative said today the name Paratene is in our family as a first name because in the past this was the way names were passed down by Maori from each generation.

The father of
Paratene Hone Hinga
was
Hone Tiwhi Paratene
who married
Akiniki Waata Mohi.

Akinihi's parents were

Waata Mohi
Roka Karaparapa

My Gt Grandmonther Roka Hone Hinga married Heteraka Henare and finally settled at Unahi Rd, Waimononi, where she passed away in 1959.

Paratene Hone Hinga married Maata Paneere and also lived at Unahi Rd with their family.

I have been told the family have ties at Ahipara, Oturu, Waimononi and Pakohou. If you can link us to your Paratene line that would be great. Awaiting you reply with anticiaption.

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Posted : 10 July, 2006 10:53 pm
Fathersdaughter OWC
(@fathersdaughter-owc)
New Member

You already stand as a Kauri, it is your growth of learning and sharing that will transform you into the Mighty Kauri you were born to be.
Many thanks for your reply will have answers for you in a few days there are some names that you have mentioned that I also have.
Kia Kaha Kia Maia Kia Manawanui.

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Posted : 11 July, 2006 8:36 am
Rawiri tuturu OWC
(@rawiri-tuturu-owc)
New Member

tatai=patiki
/
paratene te manu=Reupena te puni
now thy whangaied rehipaea frm ngati porou
and married her 2 a nephew te haehae he comes of

taukokopu=rangitiaho
/
miria mata tekura= jack bell
/
te haehae= rihi paea

who is your dadz parentz????

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Posted : 18 January, 2008 8:50 pm
Te Rapu OWC
(@te-rapu-owc)
Active Member

Kia ora my cousin, I talked to you today & our whakapapa on your dads side goes like this: Tame Hae Hae m Makere (Piripi) from Mokau.
They had 10 children: Brown*,Haehae*,William,Bert,Maraea*,Te Rapu Tui*,Mihaka, Arthur, Te Ngaru*, Hokio*. It certainly may be not in that order but that is your whanau. This sign means (*) they did not have any issue.

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Posted : 18 January, 2008 11:20 pm
Rawiri tuturu OWC
(@rawiri-tuturu-owc)
New Member

ae as nap said tame m makere piripi 1 ov thr chldren was wiremu he married louisa shoebridge and thy had 13 od children well 1 ov thm was my koro his name was james haehae wellingtom

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Posted : 19 January, 2008 3:02 pm
Whangaumu_Bay OWC
(@whangaumu_bay-owc)
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kia ora!!

I am a Wellington from Wellington's Bay (Whangaumu Bay) my Father is Rore Wellington who passed away oct 28th at age 60. Beloved son of my grand-mother Mata te kura and the late Himi riri Haehae Wellington. My father was a twin to Rangi Wellington who lives in Hikurangi. Dad was the potiki of his whanau, his brothers are Ben (currently living at Wellingtons place Whangaumu Bay), Dick, and Rangi(twin) also dads beutiful sister my best aunty, Janie. Like all Wellington Men dad was very hard-working, strong, wise and confident he was my teacher, my roll model, my idol, my hero, my dad. R.I.P.

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Posted : 17 February, 2008 10:33 pm
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