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Amuketi Te Kerei MP (b. - 1863)

Anaha Kepa Te Rahui (Matao) MP (1820 - 1913)

Anaha Kepa Te Rahui, also known as Anaha Matao, is thought to have been born in the early 1820s, at Te Koutu pa on Lake Okataina. He was descended from Te Rangi-takaroro by his first wife, Rangipare. H...

Antonio Te Maioha MP

Antonio Te Maioha (born 1970) is a television and film actor from New Zealand. He came to international prominence playing a gladiator Barca, the Beast of Carthage, in the television drama Spartacus: B...

Aotea Te Paratene MP (deceased)

her name is spelled wrong it is Aotea...also known as Harata Patene in the Hauraki.

Beryl Margaret Te Wiata (McMillan) MP (1925 - 2017)

Beryl Margaret Te Wiata (née McMillan, 15 April 1925 – 4 May 2017) was a New Zealand actor, author, and scriptwriter.

Betsey Sutton (Te Ske) MP (c.1762 - 1837)

Betsey reportedlly died abt. 1837 during the Trail of Tears march to Oklahoma. (per researcher Dale Updike ( updike@sasktel.net ) and Cynthia Lee Arnold ( missouribell@sbcglobal.net ). Cynthia also say...

Diggeress Rangituatahi Te Kanawa (Hetet), CNZM QSO MP (1920 - 2009)

Diggeress Rangituatahi Te Kanawa CNZM QSO (9 March 1920 – 30 July 2009) was a New Zealand Māori tohunga raranga (master weaver) of Ngati Maniapoto and Ngati Kinohaku descent. At the time of her death s...

Emma Te Aouru Puahaere (Emma) Mackay (Te Popoke) MP (1852 - 1901)

Puahaere later married Reutana Te Ngaro and had Puahaere 2nd...she then had twin boys to Te Popoki Te kurapae.......who left the Ngamotu and Seymour whanaus. Puahaere the 2nd married Te Maraenui Hingat...

Te Whiti MP (c.1832 - 1907)

Te Whiti-o-Rongomai III was a descendant of both Awa-nui-a-rangi, the founder of Te Ati Awa of Taranaki, and Tahu-ao-ariki. More directly, he was descended from Te Rangi-apiti-rua, paramount chief of T...

Dame Georgina Te Heu Heu (Manunui), DNZM QSO MP

Dame Georgina Manunui te Heuheu DNZM QSO (née Manunui, born 1943) is a New Zealand Māori politician. She was a Member of Parliament (MP) from the New Zealand National Party List, and a Cabinet Minister...

Rima Te Wiata MP

Heather Rima Te Wiata MNZM (born 1963) is a New Zealand singer, comedian and stage, film and television actress.[1][2] She is of the Ngāti Raukawa tribe.[3]

Henare Matene Te Whiwhi (Te Whiwhi-o-te-rangi) MP (1805 - 1881)

Te Whiwhi, sometimes called Te Whiwhi-o-te-rangi, was the son of Rangi Topeora, the sister of Te Rangihaeata, a woman who held a foremost place among Ngati Toa and Ngati Raukawa; she was the daughter o...

Henare Te Ua MP (1933 - 2007)

Henare Raumoa te Ua QSM (26 March 1933 – 2 May 2007) was a New Zealand broadcaster. Hinehou Rahera Ngata of Waiomatatini and Whiu Te Purei of Tikitiki were Pari’s birth parents. Hinehou was 29 years ol...

Sir Hepi Hoani Te Heuheu Tukino (Te Heuheu), VII, KBE MP (1919 - 1997)

Sir Hepi Hoani Te Heuheu Tukino VII KBE (26 January 1919 – 31 July 1997) was the seventh elected chief of the Ngāti Tūwharetoa iwi, a Māori tribe of the central North Island, and an influential figure ...

Heremia Hoard Te Wake MP (c.1835 - 1918)

Heremia Te Wake (c.1830s – 29 November 1918) was a notable New Zealand tribal leader, farmer, assessor and catechist. Of Māori descent, he identified with the Te Rarawa iwi. He was born in Te Karaka, N...

Te Kani Te Ua MP (1892 - 1966)

Hetekia Te Kani te Ua, the eldest son of Katerina Takawhaki Kerekere and her husband, Harawira Tuhoe te Ua, was born on 29 August 1892 in Gisborne. His principal tribal affiliations were Nga Potiki and...

Hine-nui-te-po Te Po Skipwith (Te Matia) MP (deceased)

Hinerakakao Kerekere (Te-Eke-Tu-o-Te-Rangi) MP (1876 - 1929)

Hinipipiwai Te Rangi Pai (Pipiwai) MP (deceased)

Hirini Te Kani (Tuahine) MP (1825 - 1896)

Hirini Te Kani, also known as Hirini Tuahine, was of Te Aitanga-a-Hauiti, a section of Ngati Porou, and Rongowhakaata. He lived at Kaiti at Turanga (Gisborne). He was the son of Rawiri Te Eke and his p...

Hoani Meihana Te Rangiotu, II MP (1813 - 1898)

Te Rangiotu, who took in baptism the name of Hoani Meihana (John Mason), was a descendant of the ancestors Te Rangi-te-paia and Rangitane through his father, Pohoi Te Rangiotu. Riria Rangipotango was h...

Huna Kawiti MP (1746 - d.)

Westra, Ans (photographer), 1980s, New Zealand. Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa. http://collections.tepapa.govt.nz/object/410487

Dame Whina Cooper MP (1895 - 1994)

Whina Cooper was born Hohepine (Josephine) Te Wake at Te Karaka in northern Hokianga on 9 December 1895. Her father was Heremia Te Wake, a leader of Ngati Manawa and Te Kaitutae hapu of Te Rarawa and t...

Ihaia Te Ngārara MP (1828 - 1904)

Bush Advocate, 30 June 1904 Ihaia te Ngarara, one of the principal chiefs of this district, died at Tahoraiti pa last night. The deceased chief held large interests in the Tahoraite, Tamaki, Tiratu, an...

Inia Morehu Tauhia Watene Iarahi Waihurihia Te Wiata, MBE MP (1915 - 1971)

Inia Morehu Tauhia Watene Iarahi Waihurihia Te Wiata MBE (10 June 1915 – 26 June 1971) was a New Zealand Māori bass-baritone opera singer, film actor, whakairo (carver) and artist. Reference: Famous Pe...

Iraia Te Ama-o-te-rangi Te Whaiti, George MP (1861 - 1918)

Iraia Te Whaiti, also known as Iraia Te Ama and Te Ama-o-te-rangi, was born in south Wairarapa, probably in 1861 or 1862. He was the eldest child of Te Rangihakahaka Te Whaiti and Hine-ki-te-rangi, bot...

Jona Willem te Water MP (1740 - 1822)

Zie Wikipedia... * Autobiografie... posthuum uitgegeven BS Overlijden met Jona Willem te Water Overledene Jona Willem te Water

Karena Te Whiwhia MP (1823 - 1876)

Katherine Tai MP

Chi Tai (born 1974/1975[1]) is an American attorney who serves as the chief trade counsel for the United States House Committee on Ways and Means. On December 10, 2020, President-elect Joe Biden announ...

Kerei Te Paki MP (deceased)

Kerei Te Paki fought along side King Tawhiao at the battle of Rangiriri, on his escape from the battle fields he was caught between the british soldiers and Lake Waikare. He hid under the reeds and was...

Kiri Te Kanawa MP

Kiri Te Kanawa was born in Gisborne, New Zealand, on 6 March 1944, into a family that was too poor to keep her. She was adopted the following month by Tom and Nell Te Kanawa, whose respective Maori and...

Kiwa (te tohunga ‘HOROUTA’ waka), Priest of Horouta Waka MP (b. - c.1300)

According to historical traditions, the Horouta canoe called in at various places along the Tairawhiti coast until it was beached at Turanganui-a-Kiwa.Some traditions acknowledge Kiwa as the first pers...

Korokī Te Rata Mahuta Tāwhiao Pōtatau Te Wherowhero MP (c.1908 - 1966)

Another faction was led by Tarapīpipi Taingākawa Te Waharoa at Rukumoana, Morrinsville, a centre also of Ngāti Hauā. The third kingmaker, he also claimed as a hereditary position the title tumuaki (lea...

Lucy Te-cess-ke (Ka-ta-di-hi) MP (1808 - d.)

KA-TA-DI-HI (NANCY5O-GU-MA, THE4BADGER, A-TA-GU-LA-GU-LA3, NANCY2MOYTOY, A-MA-DO-YA1) was born 1808.She married (1) DI-SE-S-GI.He was born 1812.She married (2) BEAR Bef. 1843.He was born 1814, and died...

Mahuta Tawhiao Potatau Te Wherowhero MP (1855 - 1912)

Mahuta Tāwhiao I, Māori King (c. 1855 – 9 November 1912) was the third Māori King, reigning from 1894 to 1912, and member of the New Zealand Legislative Council from 1903 to 1910.Born Whatiwhatihoe in ...

Makareta Te Otaota Te Wherowhero MP (1835 - 1894)

Maraea Manuel (Te Hake) MP (deceased)

Marama Isabel Martin (Te Koea) MP (1930 - 2017)

Marama Isabel Martin (née Koea, 3 April 1930 – 10 July 2017) was a New Zealand television and radio broadcaster. She was the first person seen on colour television in New Zealand, and was the last pers...

Marie-Anne Côté MP (1696 - 1757)

Auckland Weekly News 1915.

Pte. Matehaere Te Moni MP (1893 - 1915)

Enlisted from Te Puke. Private in 1st Māori Contingent. Service No. WWI 16/181. Brother of Makete Te Moni, of Te Puke, Bay of Plenty.== Sources ==# Cenotaph: New Zealand and World War One Roll of Honou...

Tiramorehu Te Arohatai MP (b. - 1881)

Matiaha Tiramorehu was born at Kaiapoi Pā around the turn of the 19th century. Following the sacking of Kaiapoi Pā, Tiramorehu fought alongside his father in the retaliatory raids against Ngāti Toa. In...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meri_Te_Tai_Mangak%C4%81hia

Meri Te Tai Mangakāhia (Te Tai) MP (1868 - 1920)

Te Rarawa woman of mana, suffragistOn 18 May 1893 the Speaker of the lower house of the Kotahitanga parliament introduced a motion from Meri Mangakahia, requesting that women be given the right to part...

Mihi Kōtukutuku Stirling (Te Ehutu) MP (1870 - 1956)

Mihi Kōtukutuku Stirling (1870–1956) was a notable New Zealand Māori tribal leader and prominent landowner in the Raukokore district. She identified with the Ngāti Porou and Te Whānau-ā-Apanui iwi. Ref...

N. N. Sigfridsdotter Salko-Salcherus tai Henriksdotter Boose MP (deceased)

Kirstin vanhempien syntyperän voi hahmottaa oikeudenkäyntipöytäkirjasta 26 ja 27.4 1653, jossa käsitellään häväistysjuttua Uskelassa. Osapuolina olivat Karin Agricola ja ylioppilas Tuomas Martinpoika S...

Nancy Cata-te-hee (O-gu-ma (Oocumma)) MP (1768 - 1860)

5 O-GU-MA (THE4BADGER, A-TA-GU-LA-GU-LA3, NANCY2MOYTOY, A-MA-DO-YA1) was born 1768, and died 1860.She married KA-TA-DI-HI.He was born 1773.More About NANCY O-GU-MA:* 1848 Mullay roll: # 803 as Nancy Ca...

Ngahuia Te Awekotuku MP

Ngahuia Te Awekotuku MNZM (born 1949) is a New Zealand academic specialising in Māori cultural issues and a lesbian activist.[1]

Ngawina Te Paki MP (deceased)

Opataia Te Rangipataka MP (deceased)

Paraheke Te Kore MP (aft.1780 - c.1835)

Te Kore of Ngati Maniapoto was killed by Waikato at Paterangi, near Kihikihi. ‘A Lament for Te Kore’ appears in Ngā Mōteatea By Sir Apirana Turupa Ngata (Chapter 59, p. 251), said to be written by a wo...

Paratene Te Mokopuorongo MP (c.1807 - 1865)

Ramai Hayward MP (1916 - 2014)

Patricia Rongomaitara "Ramai" Hayward MNZM (née Te Miha, 11 November 1916 – 3 July 2014) was a New Zealand photographer, actor and filmmaker who made films in five countries. Her film career began in 1...

Pierre Côté MP (1679 - 1715)

Baptised 23 Nov 1679

Piripi Te Maari-o-te-Rangi MP (1837 - 1895)

Piripi Te Maari-o-te-rangi (1837?–1895) was a notable New Zealand tribal leader, farmer, protester and orator. Of Māori descent, he identified with the Ngati Kahungunu and Rakaiwhakairi iwi. He was bor...

Piupiu Hetet (Te Wherowhero) MP (1886 - 1937)

Piupiu Te Wherowhero (c. 1886/1887 – 29 October 1937) was a female leader within the Māori royal family in early 20th century New Zealand.

Puna Himene Oka (Te Rangimarie) MP (deceased)

Puna Himene Te Rangimarie (fl. 1908–1911) was a New Zealand healer, nurse and spiritual leader. Of Māori descent, nothing is known of her early life. She was a spiritual healer who came into conflict w...

Rahera Nia Te Atirau (Te Kahuhiapo) MP (1813 - 1910)

Rahera Te Kahuhiapo (c. 1820s – 12 October 1910) was a notable New Zealand tribal leader. Of Māori descent, she identified with the Ngāti Pikiao, Ngāti Pūkenga and Te Arawa iwi. She was born in Motutaw...

Ramon Te Wake MP

Ramon Te Wake (born 25 March 1976) is a New Zealand trans woman documentarian, singer-songwriter and television presenter. Her first presenting job was for Māori Television, where she was one of three ...

Rangiao (Te Mahurehure) MP (deceased)

Rangihurihia (Meri Pianika/Mary Bianca) Ormsby (Te Raku) MP (1828 - 1905)

alt b. 15 May 1834

Rangingangana Maraea Pori Pomare (Te Whatanui) MP (c.1786 - d.)

Raoulline Crête MP (c.1558 - c.1615)

Alt birth date: 4 Feb 1616 === GEDCOM Source ===@R1653495809@ Armorial général de France Ancestry.com Ancestry.com Operations Inc. 1,1711::0 BnF - No: 110592 1,1711::63318=== GEDCOM Source ===@R1653495...

Ratapu Te Moni, II MP (1897 - 1919)

Service details :- Online Cenotaph Full Name Private Ratapu Te Moni Rank Last Held Private Forename(s) Ratapu Surname Te Moni War World War I, 1914-1918 Serial No. 20048 First Known Rank Private Occup...

Rawiri Te Eke (Te Eke Tu-o-te-Rangi) MP (1800 - 1852)

Rāwiri Te Eke Tu-o-te-Rangi signed the East Coast sheet of the Treaty of Waitangi between 5 and 12 May 1840 at Tūranga (now Gisborne). He was a Ngāti Oneone rangatira (chief) of the Te Aitanga-a-Hauiti...

Reka Te Atahau MP (b. - 1832)

Ōnawe Pa: The distinctive whale-shaped peninsula that juts out into the water was the site of a bloody massacre [up to 1,200 killed] when it was invaded by the Ngāti Toa chief, Te Rauparaha in 1832 fol...

Reuben Te Rangi MP

Reuben Te Rangi has spent a number of years in the SKYCITY Breakers coaching set up progressing from the Academy to a Development player in 2012 and now to his first season as a contracted player. In 2...

Rihi Puhiwahine (Elizabeth) Gotty (Te Rangihirawea) MP (1816 - 1906)

Rihi Puhiwahine Te Rangi-hirawea (8.02.1906) was a New Zealand composer of waiata. Of Māori descent, she identified with the Ngati Maniapoto and Ngati Tuwharetoa iwi. She was born in Taringamotu River,...

Riperata Maumau Farley (Te Tupua) MP (c.1812 - 1888)

The following was compiled by CHRISTOPHER LEONARD PATTERSON and placed here in a public domain for interested persons to read. First RIPERATA MAUMAU TE TUPUA and then MATHEW UNDERDOWN FARLEY. RIPERATA ...

Roka Matarau-Te Moana MP (c.1832 - d.)

Saffronn Te Ratana MP

Saffronn Te Ratana (born 1975) is a visual artist of Māori (Ngāi Tuhoe) descent, born in Palmerston North, New Zealand.[1] Te Ratana went to Palmerston Intermediate Normal School, followed by Palmersto...

Shannon Te Ao MP

Shannon Te Ao (born in Sydney in 1978) is a New Zealand artist and writer of Ngāti Tūwharetoa descent.[1] He won the 2016 Walters Prize.

Takerei Te Rau MP (1780 - 1878)

Takerei (te) Rauangaanga was a leading Ngati Mahuta chief who did not care to associate with Europeans. He was taken prisoner by government troops while defending Rangiriri Pa in 1863 and confined to t...

Tamaikoha Te Ariari MP (1825 - 1915)

Erueti Tamaikoha, leader of the Ngāi Tama and Te Whakatāne hapū. Tamaikoha was involved in the peace compact negotiated between the Urewera hapū and the government in 1871.

Te Herekaipuke (Tapita) Manuel (Te Herakaipuke) MP (1812 - d.)

Reference: Ancestry Genealogy - SmartCopy : Mar 14 2017, 4:28:58 UTC

Te Kooti MP (c.1831 - 1893)

Te Kooti [note: pronounced t-caught-t] was born into Ngāti Maru, a hapū of Rongowhakaata, at Pā-o-Kahu, overlooking the Awapuni lagoon in Poverty Bay. According to the traditions he was born in 1814. H...

Te Manihera Te Rangi-taka-i-waho MP (b. - 1885)

Te Manihera Te Rangi-taka-i-waho (?–1885) was a notable New Zealand tribal leader, farmer and assessor. Of Māori descent, he identified with the Ngāti Kahungunu iwi. He was born in the Wairarapa, New Z...

Source: https://www.myheritage.com/research/record-1-281005421-1-508396/te-marae-amukete-te-wherowhero-born-te-kerei-takerei-in-myheritage-family-trees?indId=externalindividual-3d4928dbcbab271ce3fb17d5c3853aed&mrid=c19b4754e4675f17a7dd48c149afea28

Te Marae Amuketi Te Wherowhero (Te Kerei) MP (1860 - 1929)

Te Oki Hoard (Hoa) (Te OKI Mahu) MP (1807 - 1871)

Reference: MyHeritage Family Trees - SmartCopy : Sep 12 2016, 22:02:35 UTC Te Oki, a high-ranking woman of Te Rarawa.

Rev. Te Rata Mahuta Tawhiao Potatau (Tau) Te Wherowhero MP (1877 - 1933)

Te Rata Mahuta Potatau Te Wherowhero 1877-1880?–1933Ngati Mahuta; Maori King By Angela Ballara BiographyTe Rata Mahuta Potatau Te Wherowhero (seated, right) and others Te Rata Mahuta was the fourth lea...

Te Tiwha Kawiti (Te Angiangi) MP (1789 - bef.1854)

Te Wahanui Whakahoehoe (Reihana) Te Huatare MP (b. - 1897)

Wahanui Huatare (died 5 December 1897) was a leader in the Ngāti Maniapoto iwi. He was also known as Reihana Te Huatare, Te Reihana Whakahoehoe and Te Wahanui. His father was Te Ngohi-te-arau, also kno...

Te Waikaungarangi Te Kakati (Angarangi) MP (b. - 1847)

Married Chief Mahutu also spelt (Te Mahutu) and had 4 Daughters

Toi MP (c.1002 - d.)

Toi (also known as Toikairakau and Toitehuatahi) was one of the earliest Polynesian immigrants to these shores. Toi came in search of his grandson Whatonga who was lost at sea when a storm struck the s...

Ohinemuri Regional History Journal 50, September 2006 http://www.ohinemuri.org.nz/journals/photos/category/64-journal-50

Tāraia Ngākuti Te Tumuhuia MP (c.1775 - 1872)

Taraia Ngakuti, sometimes also known as Te Tumuhuia, was born in the late eighteenth century. He was the son of Te Kaharunga and of Rewa, daughter of Te Rangi-tu-mamao. His mana derived from his descen...

Vittorio Cini 16 maggio 1940 c.te di Monselice MP (1885 - 1977)

Religion : Römisch-katholisch** Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees by SmartCopy : Nov 24 2015, 8:59:01 UTC

Wepiha Apanui (Te Mautaranui) MP (b. - 1880)

Wepiha Apanui (–1880) was a New Zealand tribal leader and carver. Of Māori descent, he identified with the Ngati Awa iwi. He was born in New Zealand.

Wharekete Te Ngaio MP (b. - 1916)

Private in Maoris, file number 16/42. == Sources ==# New Zealand and World War One Roll of Honour: / Ref 17.4.2021

BIlly Te Kahika MP

William Desmond Te Kahika Junior (born 18 July 1972),[1] also known as Billy TK Junior,[2] is a New Zealand conspiracy theorist, blues musician and guitarist, businessman and former political candidate...

Billy TK MP

Wiremu Te Kahika,[1] better known as Billy Te Kahika or Billy TK Senior[2] (born 1949), is a New Zealand Māori musician, guitarist, vocalist and songwriter.[3]

Te Rangituamatotoru (deceased)

Te Wakaiti (deceased)

Te Mahaoterangi (deceased)

Te Tawirioterangi (deceased)

Te Paki (deceased)

Te Rangianini (deceased)

Te Manuhiriringa (deceased)

Te Anga (deceased)

Te Hopara (deceased)

Te Hokotahi (c.1715 - d.)

Te Rangituatea (c.1715 - d.)

Te Wai (deceased)