2004 archived manuhiri
I would like to find out more about the WAITOA family ancestory. I am the Great Great granddaughter of the Late Rev Rota Waitoa and my father is wiremu iharaira of hicks bay, that is all i know, any information would be appreciated my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Palmerston north, New Zealand : Wednesday, December 29, 2004
Kia OraI am trying to find out any ifomation on the Te Maro whakapapa. My papa is Boyce (Morehu) Te Maro and my nanny is Heni Te Maro. If any one has any infomation it will be great to read.To all my whanau out across the rohe have a merry merry christmas and a very happy new year.
Cheyanne Te Maro
Ruatoria, New Zealand : Tuesday, December 21, 2004
ki ora te whanau, just wanted to touch base as i never seem to see any of the whanau much but i want to wish everyone a merry christmas and a happy new year
wellington, New Zealand : Monday, December 20, 2004
kia ora 2 my whanau on the east coast, melbourne that is. merry christmas 2 u all n a big phat new year from the west coast ngati porou, peace. shane n famillia
perth, oz : Wednesday, December 15, 2004
Kia Ora, I stumbled accross 2 other whanau sites within the hub of our whanau. www.porahu.com and www.rapatamanuel.com they are both worth the look.
Wellington, New Zealand : Tuesday, December 07, 2004
Kia Ora te whanau...... Just a little note to say a huge thank you to everyone who came to visit me in the hospital during the last 6 months, as well as those who sent cards, letters and flowers. For those who didn't know I was in there due to the Guillan Barre Syndrome. Hope everyone has a wonderful Christmas and safe New Year.
Porirua, Wellington, New Zealand : Thursday, December 02, 2004
Hello to Mr and Mrs McConnel (Bob & Viv) - am I allowed to call you that now? School at Rerekohu seems like a million years ago, however being educated and living in Te Araroa for the first 10 years of my life has stood me in good steed. Your work on the family and local history of the coast is really important to me, especially now that I am older and realise the importance of home and family. (I can now openly say that I belong to this mighty family) Keep up the great work! Might come and say hello next time Im in Te Araroa.(Home)
Auckland, New Zealand : Thursday, December 02, 2004
i'm am really intrested in my family history i am mabel gilvray grandaughter .and i'm very proud to be part of this . if any one has any more information about my family please email me at email@example.com am also wanting to be on the whakapapa. and i think all the other children and young people should be on this too. or a link were we can chat and understand our big whakapapa so in generation to come we can keep this going. from jacqui gilvray
wellington, New Zealand : Thursday, December 02, 2004
Whanau often buy the tiles for inserting on headstones, but you can put them on your house or fence, or just put a bit of felt under them and use them to put hot pots on. Anything really!
Wellington, New Zealand : Wednesday, December 01, 2004
Kia Ora to all my whanau in the East Coast. I am looking for all my Kerehi (Grace), Koria (Collier) relatives from Ngati Porou please contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org for futher details
Auckland, New Zealand : Monday, November 29, 2004
Still living in Kawerau, and working hard.
Maryann Petina ( Bubs ) Pepene
Kawerau, New Zealand : Friday, November 19, 2004
I have once again enjoyed visiting this site. Unfortunately my grandparents didn't share much of the family history with us as children and it is only now that I am starting to learn of the history attached to our family and what a wonderful history to be proud off. Please continue to keep up the good work on this site. I would love to learn more about the family history. If you have webpages where I can learn more please forward them to me at email@example.com. Could you please make sure the subject line includes "Family History" or something to that effect so my ever vigilant husband doesn't treat it as spam! After my last visit my daughter was thrilled to learn that a really good friend of hers (who isn't a local) is related!Thanks everybody.Trisha Diprose
Patricia Diprose (nee Collier)
Cambridge, New Zealand : Thursday, November 11, 2004
Kia Ora, this site is great!Although I have spainish not only through my mother's ancestor, Jose Manuel, but through my father's side the C'omo'terez family.I enjoyed myself at the Manuel/Emanuel reunion, but I am not proud to say that Iam Espanol. In condition to that I will not bring my child up to be proud of being Spanish.I will never forgive Jose Manuel for what he done to my Tupuna.If you reasech far enough in to Jose Manuel's past you might see why Iam not proud to be Spanish or even of his line!P.S... Great site, Espero que usted haya gozado de este sitio tanto como tengo , tambien para saber que usted tiene familia extendida hacia fuera...Gracias Jannae C'omo'terez.
Jannae Ann Phillips-C'omo'terez
C'aceraz, Spain : Monday, November 08, 2004
kia ora this website rocks im hoping to find a bit of information on my koro. ko te ingoa o toku koro ko ropata karawhata or robbert crawford he married ruiha kawana te pohue crawford of ngati hineuru and past away about 11 or 10 years ago he had about 12 or 11 kids and im just looking for a bit of information on my papa .if you can help that would be cool . kia ora oh one more thing east coast ngati porou
hawkesbay, New Zealand : Tuesday, November 02, 2004
Can anyone explain the signifigance of the Manuel Jose tiles?
Kawerau, New Zealand : Monday, November 01, 2004
Kia Ora to all, my niece Kelly told me about this web site and I think it's fantastic!! I am the 3rd child born to Te Uarangi and Te Atatu (nee Mc Guire) Te Kawa. Grand daughter of Hemi & Maraea (nee Takoko) Te Kawa, Great grandaughter of Netana & Ihipera (nee Haenga) Te Kawa, great great grandaughter of Mita & Makarita (nee Josef) Haenga, great great great grandaughter of Manuel Josef & Tapita Te Herekaipuke....I am very proud to be a part of such a vast and great whanau... Thanks to the website and the Olive Branches Books I have made a lot of progress with my Whakapapa for this I am most grateful. I have enjoyed reading all the emails from everyone and see names I do know, love to all kia ora Jenny
Wellington, New Zealand : Monday, November 01, 2004
peti imanuera and john mcleod had a son john down south about mid 1800's, any connection to the manuel whaanau?
whanganui, New Zealand : Saturday, October 30, 2004
Kia ora to the Edwards whanau in Kawerau. We would just like to congratulate Patreece and Whetu on the birth of their baby. Maybe we'll catch up some day.Anyway god bless you all and take care. Ka kite
Frasertown, Wairoa, New Zealand : Saturday, October 30, 2004
Ata Marie Ropata. Go to the "shop" page and you'll see there are (or atleast were!) still some copies of the 1991 edition available. Contact details there too. Kia ora,Peg.
Wellington, New Zealand : Friday, October 15, 2004
Kia ora koutou.I'm just wanting know if there are any updates in the book "the Olive tree" as the book that I have is twenty six years out of date, how do I know this?, that"s how old my eldest child is. The book I have only has three of my children in it, I now have twelve. Cheers.
Hamilton, New Zealand : Wednesday, October 13, 2004
Kia ora to the Edwards-Nehua nee Te Kawa whanau. I've arrived back from Perth, Western Australia as a proud aunty to our handsome baby nephew, Juayne Patuone Aparua Edwards-Pomare, the new son of my sister Patreece Edwards and taane Whetu Pomare, treasured nephew of brother Patrick and sister Ihipera, and number one grandson of our dad Patuone Edwards, our late mum Jennifer Berryman and stepmom, Debbie Maipi-Edwards.Our time there was absolutely wonderful, though it never is long enough, but a blessing to have brother Patrick and his wahine Candice come over from Brisbane to meet us in Perth to tautoko our sister. Ka nui te aroha i te whanau.....
Huntly, New Zealand : Wednesday, September 01, 2004
Well kiaora to you all you whanau out there esspecially to Tiaana, Shannon, and Tyson Rongonui; to Pinky, Nardz, neetah and my very big whanau, and my mum Franceen Collier the youngest of Manihera & Matehaere Collier's Children and a very big shout out 2 Julieanne Emma Maaka Herd and her lil sista Jes etc...Luv you allArohanui xoxoxo
Tikitiki, New Zealand : Monday, August 30, 2004
Kia ora te whanau o Manuera and all other whanau from Ngati Porou. I am the youngest daughter and child of Ben Baker (youngest son and child of Tawai Moana nee Horua - and Bert Baker) & Maukino "Heni""Baby Jane" Baker (youngest daughter and child of Kareti Tipoki Reihana and Morehu Reihana nee Ariari). I am currently attempting to trace my whakapapa which is an onerous task but one that I am finding interesting. The reason for this quest is for the sake of my children, for them to know where their turangawaewae is. This site has been interesting because though I know a lot of the names mentioned on this site, I have never been able to make the connections. This site makes it easier and gives me visual aids to go by. Kia ora to Uncle John and Aunty Ma ............. it's been a long time but I'm still 'hanging around'. Ash and I have two lovely children and we do travel up to see Grace and Dick from time to time so - hope to see you next time we're up the Coast.
Wellington, New Zealand : Saturday, August 28, 2004
A big KIAORA to the whanau out there and in England. Awesome site and i love how you can keep in touch with everyone away from home. To all the whanau big hugs and kisses. xxx
New Zealand : Friday, August 27, 2004
****hey boogy i jus saw ur thing in this manuhiri heas my email add (firstname.lastname@example.org)that thing u did has ben in there since may 29th. i'd like 2 say malo 2 shanny luv u miss u gurl & 2 tyson,cam,T.C,&all da rest of the whanau including aunty Nikki & uncle Juils. mite c u in Gtown in the hararei aye boo thats if u aint cuming up hea. email me boog aye. CATCH U UP BOOZMYSTER****
TIKITIKI, New Zealand : Friday, August 27, 2004
Lavinia drop me a line, my mother is Hannah you might know her as Aunty Pinto. I have been wondering how you guys are and would like to know what you are all up to and how is April. email@example.comKa KiteHenri
Henrietta (Henri) Raroa
Sydney, Australia : Monday, August 23, 2004
KIA ORA - I AM A DESCENDANT OF TAPITA. MY MOTHER IS MAGGIE BUTLER AND SHE IS A WHANGAI OF BESSIE TE KAWA (PETIRIRIA). MY MOTHERS REAL MOTHER IS MARAEA BUTLER. ANYWAY MY NANNY BESSIE'S GRANDMOTHER IS MAKARITA. SO WHAT I HAD FOUND VERY AWESOME ABOUT THIS SITE IS THAT THERE IS A PHOTO OF NANNY MAKARITA AND THIS WAS THE FIRST TIME THAT I HAD EVER SAW HER. I THINK SHE IS BEAUTIFUL AND IT MAKES ME FEEL TRULY PROUD TO BE APART OF THIS WHANAU. SO I JUST WANT TO SAY KIA ORA TO ALL THE WHANAU THAT I HAVE OUT THERE AND HOPELY ONE DAY I CAN GET TO MEET SOME OF YOU.
Wairoa, New Zealand : Saturday, August 21, 2004
Kia Ora,Cesar Andion I would love to learn Spanish and learn more about Spain, you didn't leave your contact details last time but if you ever visit this site again my contact details are firstname.lastname@example.org
Auckland, New Zealand : Tuesday, August 17, 2004
Kia Ora Koutou Ki Nga Tini Uri A 'Manuel José'I have a copy of a Whakapapa. Manuera [a.k.a. Manuel José] is the father of Heemi [Karaka] Manuera. Heemi's spouse is Hera [Tuai or Tuau]. It is the fouth born child of Heemi & Hera Manuera [a daughter], Manawarangi who married Piri Hura Hohaia of Ahipara, Hokianga, that appears of our Whanau Whakapapa. Does anyone have knowledge of the mother of Heemi [Karaka] Manuera? It appears Manuel José may of had another spouse that doesn't appear on the 'Whakapapa Link' of this website. Any korero appreciated please!Kia Ora E Te Iwi ! ! !
Genealogist / Researcher
Terenga Paraoa, New Zealand : Sunday, August 01, 2004
Kiaora koutou no tai tokerau ahau no reira ko nga puhi te iwi engari . I am great grandson of Cecil collier no reira ngati porou is also my iwi so a big shout out to da cuzzies idont no god bless email@example.com
Kaitaia, New Zealand : Saturday, July 31, 2004
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org love to hear from you.
Kaitaia, New Zealand : Saturday, July 31, 2004
Kia ora whanau,Iam a daughter of Cecil Collier.What a great way to keep in touch.
Kaitaia, New Zealand : Saturday, July 31, 2004
kia ora tania an all the rest of the whanau over east. love n miss ya heaps! arohanui from me and the rest of us over here. peace.
perth, oz : Tuesday, July 27, 2004
I came across this site and noticed there were a few Puhara's listed...My last name is VERY rare in the states and if ANYONE is related to any Puhara and you are reading this please contact me so I can know more about my family my email address is email@example.com
Timothy Joseph Puhara
bolingbrook, United States : Tuesday, July 27, 2004
I am the wife of Alfred BARRY Sydney Collier. Barry was called Buster by the family and I'm told his Grandmother Emma called him Barrier. His father was Syd ( Parekura ) who died in 1999 and his Mother Myrtle ( Bubs) is alive and very well at almost 89 in Hamilton. Barry regrets not getting to know a lot of his family and we would love to catch up with someOur email adress is firstname.lastname@example.org
Cambridge, New Zealand : Thursday, July 22, 2004
If anyone would like to make contact our Email Address is email@example.com
Cambridge, New Zealand : Wednesday, July 21, 2004
Hi I am Trevor Collier I have a wife Kelly Collier & 2 Daughters Deborah Age 3 & Samantha age 7 Months We Are Decendents of Emma this is our first time on this site now we have found it I'll have a good look around
Cambridge, New Zealand : Wednesday, July 21, 2004
Prompted by my nephew Brian George Gunderson for the website address, had me reading many of the messages that have been posted thus far. It will be my endeavour to re-visit 'our' site as often as possible, to never forget, that although Australia is very much our home now, our roots will always be there in New Zealand.A couple of years back my sister took me to my very first rugby game, here in Perth at Subiaco Oval. The Maori were playing the Wallabies. My sister in her All Black Jumper, me in my Wallaby Jumper sat in the middle of of a huge number of NZ Supporters. It was the best day I had ever spent. A cousin I hadn't seen for 25 years or so, picked me out of the thousands of people there that day - what a blast. His name was Alby Rickard and from time to time whether through our profession or otherwise, I'm sure we will run into each other again.Luv - Taini
Perth, Australia : Tuesday, July 20, 2004
Love the site, if anybody has any information in regards to the Poi reunion to be held at christmas 2005 could they please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cambridge, New Zealand : Sunday, July 18, 2004
Thanx this website is great and is helping me to find out more about my family
Anna Darby (Dowd)
Franklin, New Zealand : Friday, July 16, 2004
Hi, I am the granddaughter of Sid Collier who was the son of Emma & Hamiora. Was doing a search for some other information when I came across this awesome website. My father is Barry who is Sid (now deceased) and Myrtle Collier's only son. Not know much about the family history so have enjoyed reading through the Manuhiri and the news pages. Thank you for letting me into you lives for a brief glance. Now that I know this awesome site is here (only been browsing it for an hour) I better continue with what I originally starting searching the internet for. Thank you to those responsible for setting this up. I will be back. keep up the good work.
Diprose, New Zealand : Monday, July 12, 2004
Kia ora to my whanau all over the world. It is a beautiful site, peaceout to Ngati Parou and muchlove.
Tania Marie Tawera
Melbourne, Australia : Saturday, July 10, 2004
kia ora I just wanted to say hello to my cousins in opo
Hastings, New Zealand : Saturday, July 10, 2004
Kia Ora to Terza from Ngaruawahia, what line do you come down from our Jose? I am on the Peti Te Putanga line....saw your shout out to Tini Bluegum and freaked out that I saw a famaliar name. Say Kia Ora to Uncle Dicky and Aunty Marama. Email us back at email@example.comCher broKelli Bluegum
Newcastle, Australia : Sunday, July 04, 2004
Kia Ora te whanau, Pania, Ben and the rest of the Ward whanau from London here wishing you all a wonderful Matariki celebration 2004We here in London have just held our fist ever Supa six Kapa Haka Competitions, Pleased to say that The Ward whanau here in London took part as "Matariki" and took second place, good enough, the other two groups Ngati Ranana and Te Atakura were fab boy hasn't kapa haka moved on since we left home in 1996. Ngati Ranana took first place and well deserved. Other news, a new baby girl born to Aroha and partner Sadrou Maryjane Ward now 3mnths old and beautiful.To our whanau there at home none of your contact numbers are woking so hope you see this message give us a call London 02084915889 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Loads of arohaPania and Ben and whanau
London, United Kingdom : Tuesday, June 15, 2004
Kia Ora everyone. I am the son of Donald Claude Gordon and Patricia Margaret Straghan. My great grandfather was Claude John Gordon and nanna was Kathleen Horsfall. I have seen many aunties and uncles on this site so keep up the good work. If anyone would like to contact me they can do so on email@example.com. I now live with my family in Melbourne, Australia.
Peter Leslie Septimus Gordon
Melbourne, Australia : Monday, June 14, 2004
Kia Ora te whanau, (Especially Aunty Kathy and Aunty Belinda).Mere here hope your all fine and well. Everyone's cool abit hectic though preparing for the super 6's which will be held at new zealand house tomorrow night, can't wait should be a good night. Also looking forward to the Matariki celebrations which the kids always enjoy and its great meeting up with other maori's so far way from home, always makes me homesick anyway missing you all heaps and always thinking of you all. Hopefully will be back to visit you all very soon. Aorohatinonui MerexXx.My e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org
London, United Kingdom : Saturday, June 12, 2004
I would liketo trace my children's whakapapa.My father-in-laws name was Anzac Edward Kawhia Poi.He died in 1987. He was born in TikiTiki. I did have it but over the years its been misplace somewhere..Could somebody please help. Email email@example.com ......Thanx
Rotorua, New Zealand : Monday, June 07, 2004
Soy peruana, es interesante todo lo encontrado en esta pÃ¡gina, me permite conocer la historia de los ancestros.Mi madre se apellida Paniora Segovia, es apurimeÃ±a.Espero que continÃºen con este trabajo que nos enseÃ±a bastante.
Aranda Paniora Alejandrina
PerÃº, New Zealand : Sunday, May 30, 2004
HELLO EVERYONE THIS IS A PRIMO SITEHELLO 2 FRIENDS @ GISBORNE GIRLS HIGH SCHOOLGUDNITE !!!
GISBORNE, New Zealand : Saturday, May 29, 2004
this is da GREATEST site evah. coz it has a lil about ur whanau.can i say hello 2 sum whanau up da koast kia ora 2 nardia maraki neetah maraki dianna nukunuku aunty babe grandpa hinewai waitoa and everyone up in Tiki tiki Rangtukia and Rua and Pae tE riRi and nGATA COLLEGE oh and 2 my bEST frend ashley cottle hehe THANKS CHERR
Tiaana rONGONUI (b00g!E)
gisborne, New Zealand : Saturday, May 29, 2004
My inquiry about Sarah Manuel,my email firstname.lastname@example.orgThanks Maureen Allen
Tauranga, New Zealand : Saturday, May 29, 2004
My grandmother was Sarah Manuel born c 1850-55at Parengarenga Northland,father Rapata Manuel,mother Riripita Sturm?.Sarah married Carl Christensen.She died Dec 1897,buried Peria Maori Anglican Cem,Kaitaia.Any info appreciated.Thanks.
Tauranga, New Zealand : Saturday, May 29, 2004
I just read an email from Natalie Walton seeking info about the Walsh family. Natalie, you say there was a Grandfather by the name of Thomas Francis Walsh, I have a Great-great-grandfather by the name of Francis Thomas Walsh and I too am interested in finding out more about their Maori heritage. Please contact me if you have found out any more - this may be the same person.
New Zealand : Tuesday, May 25, 2004
Kia Ora once again,I forgot to add my email address for any information people may have about my links in the Te Maro line; email@example.comNaMorveen Te Maro
Morveen Te Maro
Kawakawa, New Zealand : Monday, May 10, 2004
Kia Ora,My name is Morveen Te Maro, i am trying to establish my link in the Te Maro line. My father's name is Maurice Te Maro and my mother's name Linda Carter. Together they had three children, myself (youngest) my brother Damien and sister Maresse. I know that Maurice has a sister called Charlotte. If anyone can help me i would much appreciate it. I would also like to know how closely the Te Maro and Haenga family are connected. Thanking you all for your timeMorveen
Morveen Te Maro
Kawakawa, New Zealand : Monday, May 10, 2004
This sites beautiful and it could help me. I've been trying tofind our line.My koro Alex Mcleods kuia was Peti Imanuera? They married down south then moved up to Taumarunui.I myself live in the beautiful Jerusalem/Whanganui.We are a huge whanau and it would be nice to hook up into the Manuel whakapapa to add another branch to this staunch tree.Well thats all keep up your awesome work and if anyones got any info email me firstname.lastname@example.org
Whanganui, New Zealand : Wednesday, May 05, 2004
cool and hi every one
chch, New Zealand : Friday, April 23, 2004
What a fabulous site to help my children further explore their antecedants! So cool to catch the very obvious enthusiasm amongst all you beautiful people!God bless you. We will treasure and build on what we have learned.
Pukekohe, New Zealand : Wednesday, April 21, 2004
Hi, I was so excited to come across this wonderful web site. Thank you so much for allowing me to share with my daughter's more about their exotic ancestry.My name is Lynda Hardwick, my mother is Maria daughter of Lucy Williams (nee Haenga.)
Lynda Maria Hardwick
Auckland, New Zealand : Monday, April 19, 2004
Kia Ora My name is Kelly Te Kawa i am James Te kawa daughter and Irimana Te Kawa is my Koro and Ihipara and Netana are my Great GrandParents. We were just up there on the 17 - 18 of April in Tikapa neva been there before it was awesome to go back to see where my Koro and all his whanau grew up.We took koro back home to where he belongs. Would love to go back maybe soon.
Kelly Te Kawa
Welly, New Zealand : Monday, April 19, 2004
Just like to say a big Kia Ora to all the whanau out there, and if anyone has any history on our tipuna Takimoana could you please email me email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Just like to say a big kia ora to the cuzzies Bunny, Myra, Keri and the kids good to see your keeping in touch and see you next time you's are up these ways.
New Zealand : Thursday, April 15, 2004
I have enjoyed this web site enormously. I am grand daughter of Cecil Collier, my mother is Karen. I look for information to pass on to my children also. If you want to drop me a line or two, email@example.com.
Whakatane, New Zealand : Wednesday, April 14, 2004
Kia Ora everyone, My name is Roberta Ratahi, my mothers name is Dawn Jean Ratahi, my father is Percy Paahi Ratahi, my Greats are Karaitiana Manuel, Sarah Campbel, it was good to read all these messages, and i think its a goodway to meet some of the whanau that we never knew were there, un fortunately some of the whanau dont leave any contact information, if anyone would like to talk with me, add me to your msn messenger on firstname.lastname@example.org, people call me Bobby, look forward to talking with whanau
edgecumbe, BOP, New Zealand : Thursday, April 08, 2004
Kia ora all, I am one of the many great grandchildren of Hokimate Haenga also knowen as Pamela Hiroki and NANNY MA, I am really hearbroken to say that she passed away on the 15th of January this year and she was 81 years old. My nan, Nanny Ma's oldest Daughter is Te Heneri also know as Nanny Reta Morris and my father is her oldest child Ben Morris. I just wanted to say that my great nana Hokimate Haenga was a really well respected elder and if anyone knew her or is part of our whanau even if its distantly can you please write me a message!!! AROHANUI forever and always NANNY MA REST IN PEACE LOVE YOU FOREVER!! Rach
Wellington, New Zealand : Tuesday, April 06, 2004
Kia Ora everyone, hi Jamie... If any of our cuzzies are out there from Waiparapara or Tu Auau, write us back with a big KIA ORA.. ;-)
Wellington, New Zealand : Wednesday, March 31, 2004
Hi All, Im Jamie Nihi and karen houias son and i am kara houias brother...i am in class at skool at the moment and found this site! Hope to meet u all one dayLove Jamie
Wanganui, New Zealand : Thursday, March 25, 2004
kia ora I am Dick Colliers moko I travel NZ shearing and also the shearing shows with my wife Myra and daughter Chelsea Collier would like to meet more of the whanau great site
wairio, New Zealand : Wednesday, March 24, 2004
Kia Ora Ano,To all the whanau out there, if any of you speak Spanish it would be great to correspond with anyone that does. Email me: email@example.comGracias y mucha suerte por el futuro.Aaron Herangi
Johnsonville, Wellington, New Zealand : Monday, March 22, 2004
Tena Koutou Katoa/ Hola a todo.I am a whanagae of Michael (Mick) and Coreen Peachey, and I would like to say to all the whanau who came to Masterton for Micks tangi last month that it was nice to see you all, even if I personally didnt get to say hello to you. I think this is a great website for the whanau to trace each other especially when we are all scatted all over the country and around the world.All the best to each and everyone of you.God Bless.Arohanui/ Con Mucho Carino.
Jonhsonville, Wellington, New Zealand : Monday, March 22, 2004
Kia ora I am the daughter of Tiaki Rukuata and Sheila Rukuata nee Ngati.My koro is Aperahama Rukuata and Kama nee Martin.We know we come off the second mother who my grest koro is Rapata Manuel and my nanny is Tira Rukuata if this is wrong email me firstname.lastname@example.org.Kia ora koutou.E noho ra.
Perth, New Zealand : Sunday, March 21, 2004
cher,cher meke website...I would'nt mind some more info about my family history if anyones keen to help me out, that would be awesome.cheers.
Peter jose manuel
napier, New Zealand : Saturday, March 20, 2004
Hi! Leanne Rungarunga. Get in touch with me at email@example.com I think I can help
Te Araroa, New Zealand : Friday, March 19, 2004
MAN THIS WEB SITE IS OFF THE HOOK, ITS REALLY INTERESTING AND I HOPE ILL SEE ALOT MORE OF THIS SORT OF STUFF!!! ANYWAYS KEEP THE GOOD WORK UP MY BROZ (LATERS) BIG WASS UP 2 MY BRO TINI BLUEGUM
NA, New Zealand (NGARUAWAHIA) : Thursday, March 18, 2004
Hi to anyone who may beable to help me. My father Tahu Potiki died when i was young and i believe i need to know all information about my fathers family to understand my family tree as at this moment i feel im a lose sole unless i know where and who im from my father means alot to me , how ever i did not even know who he was his mother, father but know that im a rungarunga a surname that will never part from me. From the net i believe my grandmothers name is Ihipera who my older sister was named after. Going up 1 level brings me to the names Apirana and Katarina Grant then from there im lose. Please someone help me to discover my pass as i believe i need to know as then this will bring piece to my sole. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
North Shore, New Zealand : Saturday, March 06, 2004
Hi there everyone. My mum is Karen Collier the daughter of Cecil Collier. I'm wanting to learn more and more about our family now that I'm older for my children. I love reading books and I came across this web site. This is great, excellent job!!!!!
Rotorua, New Zealand : Friday, February 20, 2004
Kia ora to all our whanau especially that niece the eldest daughter of Patuone Edwards, the son of Ritihia Te Kawa, the daughter of Ihipera Haenga. Your Aunty is telling you to set up our Hui to present this excellent business that will bring in an extra income. sounds like you had an awesome holiday. To all our other whanau call me kataraina.miringaorangi@waitemataDHB.govt.nz and I will show you the busines - low set up very affordable e mail me - ka ti ra e whanau Kataraina Miringaorangi
Auckland, New Zealand : Monday, February 16, 2004
Might help if I put my email address so you can all make contact eh"email@example.com
Auckland, New Zealand : Friday, February 13, 2004
Tena Koutou KatoaJust wanted to put my name on the list and let you all know my contact details incase you wanted to make contact for whatever reason especially if you are related. I am a granddaughter to Tapita NgaHuia Te Wai Kaui who was born in Te Kapa married an Ormsby from Pirongia (koro) and lived in Ngarawahia. love learning about whakapapa. Awesome being able to access this site and read all the comments ka kite ano
Auckland, New Zealand : Friday, February 13, 2004
Aroha mai... mena kei a koe te wa kia tono imera mai ki a au i runga tera kaupapa a nga whanau taura here, imera mai ki... firstname.lastname@example.org ...kia ora!!!
Wellington, New Zealand : Sunday, February 08, 2004
Tena koutou, he patai taku... no Tokomaru Bay ahau. I tipu ake ai toku papa i reira, ko Paranihi (Paku) tana ingoa. Engari i tipu ake au i whanganui, a, ka noho au i te Whanganui a tara hei whai ai i taku matauranga i te whare wananga o Wikitoria. ENgari me hangai au ki te kaupapa. Ko toku ingoa whanau ko Houia. A mai i nga korero a nga whakapiri whanau ko te kupu Houia, he kupu na nga Maori i whakamaoritia mai i te kupu 'jose'. Na reira, he whanaunga au ki a koutou ra? Ngati Porou tuturu ahau. He uri hoki au no reporua i tera marae o Tu Auau, nui ake te whanau o nga Houia i kona! No reira, kei whea ra nga whanau taura here?
Wellington, New Zealand : Sunday, February 08, 2004
Have heard Jose had more wives all other NZ including the South Island. Does this whakapapa reflect only our ties back to our Ngati Porou tipuna whom were registered as being married to Jose Manuel?? Otherwise this is a beautiful site to keep reflecting back to and a lot of aroha has gone into sharing this information around. Thank you.
New Zealand : Saturday, February 07, 2004
Bereavement Notice Pareana Jacquline Louise Elliott – Poi Died 25th January 2004. Christine (Poi) and partner Hank Elliott and whanau would like to thank whanaunga, friends (Mäori and Pakeha) and everyone who associated with Jacqui for all their help, contributions, words of comfort and love, at the loss of a much loved daughter of 13 years, a loving sister, niece, aunty, friend and cousin to many. Jacqui was buried at Akatarawa Cemetery, Upper Hutt on 29th January. “Moe mai i roto i nga ringa o te Atua”He mihi aroha tenei ki nga whanaunga maha, me nga hoa tata, mo to koutou aroha, manaaki hoki ki a matou. Ki nga minita, nga kaikorero, me nga ringa wera, tenei te mihi ki a koutou. Ma te Atua koutou e manaaki e tiaki i nga wa katoa. Arohanui, Christine, Hank and whanau.
Wellington, New Zealand : Friday, January 30, 2004
Kiaora te whanau, Ben Rangihuna is my Papa and Te Puia Rangihuna ( nee Manuel ) is my Nanny, her Grandmother, Peti Lima is Manuel Jose' and Tapita's daughter. I'm proud to say i'm a Jose' . Happy New Year
Hawkes Bay, NZ : Saturday, January 24, 2004
Hello family Manuel José!! I am Spanish and I live in Barcelona. I have seen their web, very interesting and beautiful. I am aficinado to the genealogy and I have my tree with members from century 16. I would like to say that if you write in their web a part in Spanish it is but easy that you find news of their family, not all speak English in España. A greeting for their family. Good year 2004 Antonio
Barcelona, Spain : Thursday, January 22, 2004
Kia ora koutou to all our Manuel Jose whanau! Just a short message to all the Manuel Jose whanau living in Melbourne, I am the secretary of the South pacific Foundation and we are working towards getting a multicultural centre built for South Pacific peoples - that includes you!! - and then once we get that, we will then work towards getting individual cultural whare (e.g. marae, whare, fale etc) around the centre (the multicultural centre is the "hub" of the wheel and the cultural whare the "spokes"), but to get there we need you to register (it's free) so that the Victoria Stage Government can see that there are a lot of us here and we have the support. If you want to know more, email me at: email@example.com and I will let you know more. Looking forward to hearing from you!!!
Melbourne, Australia : Monday, January 19, 2004
Kia ora te whanau... HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! I am the eldest daughter of Patuone Edwards, son of Ritahia Te Kawa, daughter of Ihipera Haenga. Last time I checked in there was all kinds of messages from all over as there is now, and still going... too much alright!! My younger sister Ihipera (8yrs) and I spent our Christmas and New Year holiday in Brisbane Australia with our brother Patrick, it was really awesome. Had to do the theme parks, Movie World, Sea World, Wet'n'Wild and Dream World, it really brought the kid out of ya. The weather was so hot, it was just as well the cuzzies James & his beautiful wife Masi Brooking had an airconditioned lounge, cos thats where we spent most of our time!! Also bonding with their five beautiful children Jamie-Lee, Nathaniel, Jorden, Summer and little Helayna was miki. It was so choice to catch up with dad's brother uncle George, aunty Liz and the cuzzies Man, Teneal & Terri-Lee, all are very well. Aroha-tino-nui, Edwards whanau of Huntly
Huntly, New Zealand : Wednesday, January 14, 2004
Happy New year te whanau o Manuel Jose! firstname.lastname@example.org
Titahi Bay, New Zealand : Saturday, January 10, 2004
Kia Ora! Hola amigos. I am a Spaniard that live in akl for 5 years, will ebcome a kiwi this year and I ahve to say to all the Manule Jose Whanau that you guys are ALL amazing. I just came from Te Puroa from a wedding and met such amazing people there...MARAVILLOSO! Heard all the sotories of your ancestor and my compatriot...just my tears came out to hear the sotries about this man from Segovia or Peru. If any of you wanna learn Spanish or know more about Spain or Segovia that is an incredible town with an amazing Aqueduct, intact from the Roman Empire...please contact me. To all of you that have mixed maori blood with spanish blood, just let you know that that makes me as Spanish really proud an happy that your ancestor made his life in Aotearoa and gave you some of our spanish heritage and maybe some customs...seeing pictures of some of you dressed like Andalucians flamencas...is just amazing. All the best
madrid/Auckland, New Zealand : Thursday, January 08, 2004
KIA ORA,MY NAN IS MATEPUIA RANGIHUNA(MANUEL LIMA)MY PAPA IS BEN RANGIHUNA,I THINK THIS WEBB SITE IS CHOICE,AND I LOOK FORWARD TO READING SOME MORE FROM OUR WHANAU.
GIZZY, New Zealand : Friday, January 02, 2004