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Taharoa A7A2A  


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30 November, 2018 7:25 am  

Kia ora Iam trying to find people who know about Taharoa A7A2A block

at taharoa kia ora


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02 December, 2018 12:40 am  

Kia ora @tama,  

I am not connected to that area, and do not know personally anything about that block, but here is some info that may help you.

Firstly, if you want to find out the historical information about this block you can look in the old Maori Land Court minutes.  https://collections.library.auckland.ac.nz/mlcmbi/search/count:20/filter-place-district:Waikato-Maniapoto/taharoa  is a link that shows you all of the hearings in the Waikato / Maniapoto area for Taharoa up to 1908.  It also tells you the minute book and the pages where the information is.  The block you are interested in would originally be part of Taharoa A (That is why the first letter after Taharoa is A in the block number you gave - the other numbers show how it has been split out from that original block over time.) That link is for reference only and does not have the actual books which you would need to read to find out about the block.

You can go check those books -  http://www.whakapapaclub.nz/information/whakapapa-research-maori-land-court-minutes/  gives ideas of where to go to see the books.

For current information about the actual Taharoa A7A2A block, go to  http://www.maorilandonline.govt.nz/gis/title/search.htm  and do a block search. Put the whole block numbers in and you will then get a map showing the lake (which is that block) as well as the names of the current trustees and minute books references, the date of the partition order (26/02/1964) as well as the owners currently registered.  There may be people who have passed away still in that list, but that will be because succession orders have not been finalised yet.


Good luck! 🙂

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