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Matiu Taupaki (deceased)

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Maraia Taupaki (deceased)

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Raiha Taupaki (deceased)

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Hauriri Tukarawa Mita (deceased)

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Wahangaarangi Fraser (b. - 1896)

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Wikitoria Toheriri (deceased)

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Maata Te Kai-a-Mahaki Greening (b. - 1926)

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Hera Tareha (deceased)

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Pāoa, Captain of Horouta Waka MP (deceased)

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Kiwa, Priest of Horouta Waka MP (deceased)

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Tareha Te Moananui (deceased)

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Hinewhare WELLS (c.1819 - c.1900)

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Hariata (Hera/Sarah) Campbel (1855 - 1886)

Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees by SmartCopy : Jan 28 2015, 0:13:52 UTC * Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees by SmartCopy : Jan 28 2015, 10:05:25 UTC

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Rawinia Rangi (deceased)

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Hera Onetapu Edwards (c.1838 - 1890)

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John Tukorehu Lawson (deceased)

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Tiraha Cook (c.1808 - 1885)

Tiraha Papaharakeke (Ancestry.com = Tiraha Waka Nene Papahararekeke) According to the Paihia Church Burial Register, Tiraha was born about 1808 at Utakura, Hokianga. She is the daughter of Papaharakeke...

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Harriet popata pomare (1901 - 1970)

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Phillip Te Mahia Grennell (1902 - 1973)

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Henry William Te Manu Manuhiri Grennell (1862 - 1920)

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Ellen (Nellie) Titiraukura Grennell (1879 - 1968)

nellie titrakurau hough or rowe was born from the union of peti hough and charle rowe who was the storekeeper at urenui

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Mokeke Te Rata Pararaki Nikorima Black (deceased)

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Nepia Taratoa (c.1793 - 1863)

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Erenora Winiata Trask (1820 - 1892)

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Ngatata-I-Te-Rangi MP (1790 - 1854)

Ngatata-i-te-rangi was born in the late eighteenth century in Taranaki; his father was Te Rangiwhetiki and his mother was Pakanga,

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Ngapei napeke Cooke (1811 - 1906)

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Hinepuororangi Trask (deceased)

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George Te Ngako Ngako Tohaia Thompson (1891 - 1959)

My Great Grandfather George Te Ngako Tohaia was born with the surname Tohaia.In the 1930,s he dropped Tohaia surname and adopted the surname Thompson for his wife Blanche Roka ,Nee Walden so life would...

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Temuka Wybrow (b. - 1846)

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Te-Umuroa Keepa Wiki (1916 - 1986)

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Mary "Mere" Barnett (1846 - 1910)

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Buck Shelford MP

In 1985, 1987 and 1988 won the Tom French Cup which is awarded to the best Maori rugby player in New Zealand each year. Captain NZ All Blacks 1987-1990. Captain NZ Maori All Blacks 1988-1990. Awa...

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Takaroa Aldridge (1822 - d.)

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Te Pikiotuku (deceased)

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Ripia (deceased)

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Te Katene (deceased)

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<private> Barrett (Ngahinu) (deceased)

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<private> Barrett (Haututu) (deceased)

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Te Maawe Barrett (nee Uri o Newha) (c.1836 - 1912)

Te Maawe is lying at Te Uira Urupa in Te Kumi Te Kuiti. A whikoi to the urupa is proposed for the Barrett Reunion to be held from the 30 December 2015 to the 2 January 2016

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Te Heiraukawa Te Manihera (deceased)

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Matire Taunaha (1840 - 1902)

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Harriet Mirimata Coffee (1845 - 1891)

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Te Ruhi Makoare (deceased)

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Toumairagi (Emma) Te Kakati Stockman (b. - 1869)

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James Haua (1866 - 1931)

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Regina Hinehapainga Rameka Manihera (1933 - 1992)

Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees via husband Stephen Frederick Rameka by SmartCopy : Feb 14 2015, 18:40:05 UTC

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Te Atawhai Mere Kingi (1911 - 1950)

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Mary Manihera (1907 - 1977)

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Edgar Tamarangi Grennell (1909 - 1992)

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Tikawenga TE TAU (deceased)

Taiawhio Tikawenga Te Tau was a leader of the major Maori political and religious movements in Wairarapa in the 15 years following 1910. He was the younger son of Kaipaoe, a high-ranking woman of Ngati...

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Taiawhio Tikawenga TE TAU (1860 - 1939)

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Huia Arapuke Houlbrooke (1896 - 1974)

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Herena Awetoroa Paurini (deceased)

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Tupu Paurini (1880 - d.)

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Te Uira Mitchell (deceased)

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Mate Ki Te Uru Harvey (deceased)

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Kauanga (deceased)

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Hemi Watikini Mason (deceased)

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Kirikori (deceased)

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Kotihotiho (deceased)

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Paranihia Emery (deceased)

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Moetu Te Arawhita (deceased)

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Te Whakauariki (deceased)

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Henry Te Reiwhati Vercoe, OBE DSO MP (1884 - 1962)

Henry Te Reiwhati Vercoe OBE DSO (1884–1962) was a notable New Zealand horseman, soldier, farmer and community leader. Of Māori descent, he identified with the Ngāti Pikiao and Ng&...

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Mariameno Wi-Kaipo (1867 - 1925)

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Hamiora Rungaiterangi Piri Kaipo (1931 - 1967)

Religion : Anglican

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Te Kuhanga Maihi Paraone Kawiti (1807 - 1889)

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Te Hiwi BIRCH (1897 - 1956)

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Ngarongo Kahira Sciascia (deceased)

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Taupoki Kahutoia Power (1845 - 1935)

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Pareumuroa Noko Searancke (1893 - 1972)

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Wirawira Hawkins (1864 - 1938)

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Kehoma Hokianga (1841 - 1890)

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Hana Hannah Hokianga (1848 - 1911)

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Hatupatu MP (deceased)

Hatupatu and Kurangaituku After arriving from Hawaiki, the Arawa hero Hatupatu (depicted in the carving at left) settled on Mokoia Island in Lake Rotorua. The youngest of four sons, he was bullied by...

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Taika David Waititi MP

of Te Whānau-ā-Apanui decent Taika Waititi (born 16 August 1975), also known as Taika Cohen, is a New Zealand-born film director, writer, painter, comedian and actor named as one of Var...

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Manu Bennett MP

Manu Bennett (born 10 October 1969), also known as John Bennett or Jon Bennett, is an Australian-New Zealand actor. He is known for his portrayal as the Gallic gladiator Crixus in the Starz television ...

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Hone Hikitia Te Rangi Waititi MP (1920 - 2012)

The last surviving company commander of the 28th Maori Battalion died 26th may 2012. 2012/15177 Waititi John Hiki 27 July 1920

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Te Taotahi (deceased)

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Israel Jamahl Akuhata Dagg MP

Hawkes Bay, New Zealand

Israel Jamahl Akuhata Dagg (born 6 June 1988 is a World Cup winning New Zealand Rugby union player who plays for the Crusaders in the Super 15 and the All Blacks. He has also played for the New Zealand...

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Hunia Taukawe (deceased)

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Tau Henare MP

Raymond Tau Henare (born 29 September 1960) is a former New Zealand Māori parliamentarian. In representing three different political parties in parliament—New Zealand First, Mauri Pacific...

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Pareteuenga Reo Piki Tata (deceased)

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Kataraina Morere Thompson (b. - 1854)

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Ehaku Moewaka (deceased)

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Sir Jerry Mateparae, Governor General of New Zealand MP

Lieutenant General Sir Jeremiah "Jerry" Mateparae, GNZM, QSO (born 14 November 1954) is New Zealand's 20th and Niue's 9th Governor-General, the second Māori person to hold the office (after Sir ...

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Te Koha John Hoterene (1897 - 1977)

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Moana Nui Akiwa Anaru (deceased)

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Heteraka Waimate Anaru (1900 - 1982)

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Apirana Turupa Ngata MP (1874 - 1950)

Sir Āpirana Turupa Ngata (3 July 1874 – 14 July 1950) was a prominent New Zealand politician and lawyer. He has often been described as the foremost Māori politician to have ever s...

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Tāmati Wāka Nene (1785 - 1871)

Nene was born probably in the 1780s. He was the second son of Tapua, leader and tohunga of Ngati Hao of Hokianga, and the younger brother of Patuone, the inheritor of their father's mana. By descent an...

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Winston Raymond Peters MP

Winston Raymond Peters (born 11 April 1945) is a New Zealand politician and leader of New Zealand First, a political party he founded in 1993. Peters has had a turbulent political career since entering...

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Billy T. James MP (1948 - 1991)

Billy T. James was a New Zealand comedian who was popular as an actor throughout the '80s. Born William James Taitoko in 1948 in Waikato, New Zealand, he was of Maori heritage. He developed his comedy ...

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Hare Pomare MP (b. - c.1864)

Hare Pomare the son of Pomare II of Ngati Manu married Hariata, a Nga Puhi woman from Te Ahuahu, near Ohaeawai, was the daughter of Pikimana Tutapuiti. Both Hariata and Hare were young adults when they...

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Willie Apiata MP

Willie Apiata VC, born Bill Henry Apiata (born 28 June 1972 in Mangakino, New Zealand) is a Corporal in the New Zealand Special Air Service and the first recipient of the Victoria Cross for New Zealand...

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Dame Whina Cooper MP (1895 - 1994)

Dame Whina Cooper ONZ DBE (9 December 1895 – 26 March 1994), was born Hohewhina Te Wake, daughter of Heremia Te Wake of the Te Rarawa iwi, at Te Karaka, Hokianga, From an early age she showed ...

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Tane Tinorau Opataia MP (b. - 1905)

Tane Tinorau was raised in the Waitomo area and was instrumental in developing the Glowworm Cave as an attraction in 1888. He and Frederick Mace are thought to be the first explorers of the Glowworm Ca...

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Te Whiti o Rongomai MP (1830 - 1907)

Maori Spiritual Leader and Prophet

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Te Kooti Arikirangi Te Turuki MP (1832 - 1891)

On November 10, 1868, Te Kooti and his followers attacked the township of Matawhero on the outskirts of Gisborne. Some 54 people were slaughtered, including women and children. The dead included 22 loc...

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Tahupōtiki Wiremu Rātana MP (1873 - 1939)

Tahupōtiki Wiremu Rātana (25 January 1873 – 18 September 1939) T.W. Ratana had a spiritual revalation at the age of 44 and went on to found the Ratana religion. He became known for...

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