|17 December 2004||Nga Mihi O Te Tau|
Kia Ora Whanau, Greetings to you all during this festive season and please be safe and careful if you are driving to you destination. Arohanui J.J. Dooga and Whanau
Jaye Goldsmith - Gisborne - New Zealand
|09 December 2004||best wish for the year|
just to wish a merry xmas and a happy new year to all
the manueljose whänau around n.z'd and around the
world. kiaora ki te katoa.
mä te atua tätou e manaakitia
Butch Aramoana - Hamilton - N.Z
|26 November 2004||"lost souls"|
hi,i've jus been reading your interesting site.thought i'd give it a go.would anybody no the name Huatahi Wairaku Waihi.(rangi-hemapo-McMenamin).she is my birth nan,she is 1 of 13 or 16. her whanau use to own the land from coromandel-east cape. but don't quote me on that. nanny D.O.B 17/03/1918- 17/11/1964. she was buried somewhere in Waikumete cemetry West AK. Please send any info to firstname.lastname@example.org. In her day she was courting with Sam Whangapirita of Ruatoria.any info on him would be a bonus. There was a child born, a girl Laura Isobel - my birth mum. as u may have guessed by now I am adopted.I don't know any of my relatives or who they might be. HELP ME PLSE.KIA ORA KOUTOU.
karen - mamaku - new zealand
|20 November 2004||Bereavement Notice for Te Riunui Collier who died as the result of a tragic car accident on 24/10/2004|
Tena Koutou te Whanau
Our family would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to the many whanau and friends who supported us during the sad and tragic loss of our dearly loved son, grandson, newphew and cousin. To the many whanau members who supported Robert and Gaye (parents of Te Riunui) while they were still in hospital. Words cannot express how much your support has meant to us, and how that support has carried our whanau through our darkest days. Ma te Atua tatou e manaaki, e tiaki, i nga wa katoa.
Robert (Bob) Collier Whanau, Opotiki.
Hariata Paora - New Zealand
|05 November 2004||Did you notice that one of Mariokes top ten finalists was a Jose|
Over Six hundred contestants entered, and in the top ten was Marian Pearce ne Wihongi, granddaughter or Connie and Moana Katae. She sang "How do I live" and "One Moment in Time", shes a lecturer for the University of Auckland... CONGRADULATIONS MARIAN!
Blossom Wihongi - Kaikohe - New Zealand
|05 November 2004||Adopted |
I am looking for MIHI NGAMOTU WAWATAI. You are my birthmother. Please contact me 471 9999 or email me
email@example.com. Kia ora
Donna Maria Paurini - Wellington - NZ
|22 September 2004||A Great Event|
Were you at Mana Rangi's 90th birthday last Saturday? It was wonderful to meet so many whanaunga and catch up on news. Congratulations to all concerned. And many happy returns to a wonderful old lady of whom we are all very proud.
Bob McConnell - Te Araroa - NZ
|18 September 2004||WHÄNAU|
MY FATHER WAS JOSEPH MANUEL,HIS BROTHERS WERE
JOHNY AND BILL MANUEL,BOTH UNCLES OF MINE.THE
KUTARERE MANUELS ARE COUSINS TO ME.MY KNOWN
NAME IS BUTCH. KIAORA KIA KOUTOU.
WHÄNAUBRIAN(TAMATI)ARAMOANA - KUTARERE/OPOTIKI - n.z
|13 April 2004||June Unveiling-Te Araroa|
Kia ora, just a quick ihu to see if anyone has news about Aunty Kohi Potae and Uncle Sonny Potae's unveiling? TIA, Noho ora mai
Paea Paringatai - Kapiti - Aotearoa
|05 April 2004||Arohanui Hokimate (pam) Hiroki (Haenga)|
Kia ora everyone, I am one of Hokimate Haenga's great grandchildren i have knowen her always as Nanny Ma, she was one of the children of Maria and Te Auti Haenga, My nan is Te Heneri Morris and my Papa is her oldest son (Benjamin Morris) Nanny Ma was loved by all who knew her and i'm really heartbroken to say that she passed away on January the !5th, she was 81 and she was just an awesome person. i also wanna say if any of the family is out there it would be awesome to get in touch with you! Arohanui Nanny Ma !!!Rach
Rachel Morris - Wellington - New Zealand
|19 March 2004||Charity Concert 2004|
Kia Ora koutou te whanau. He mahana oku mihi ki a koutou.Just a brief intro, I am from the line of Mihi Taheke, my grandparents are Hamana(fatherbear) 7 Mereapu. My parents are George & Taini Tuau.In the year 2001 (October) I suffered a double heart attack and while in Hutt Hospital, I observed the lack of resources and staff so I advised my cardiologist that I would hold a Charity Concert for Hutt Hospital Heart Trust. I gathered a lot of my entertainer friends together and we staged the first consert in 2002, 12 months to the day of my attacks. I staged another last year 2003 and I found that some of the Wellington Jose whanau were in attendance. I am staging my third concert on August 14th 2004 and whilst attending Cassidy Tangaere's 70th birthday(I was aguest artist) I made that announcement of the concert and was amazed at the response of those wanting tickets. Cassidy was the first person to make a $100.00 donation(sponsorship) to this coming event. I have managed to raise approximately $8,000.00 towards helping those who will sure need the services of the Hutt Hospital Heart Trust.I love entertaining and making people happy. Those of you of this Jose whanau residing in the Wellington area, the concert venue is Lower Hutt Town Hall comencing 6.30 pm of the 14th August. The hall is booked again for June 25 2005 when I will celebrate my 60th birthday. I have enjoyed reading all the news and I am a "First timer."Kia Ora koutou katoa.Trip Tuaue-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tripoli Daniel Tuau (preferred name-Trip - Upper Hutt - New Zealand
|18 March 2004||Bereavement Notice |
Tena koutou katoa! We would like to thank all whanau and friends for supporting us during the loss of our most precious and loved mother and nanny Ngaretamai (Lettie) Poi nee Kururangi/Olsen. Words could never express how touched we all were by the outpouring of love that was shown toward us. As there are too many people to thank please accept this as a personal acknowledgement. Ma te Atua tatou e manaaki, e tiaki, i nga was katoa.
Te Whanau o Parekura (Scarlet) me Ngaretamai (Lettie) Poi - Poroporo, Tikitiki, East Coast - Aotearoa
|15 March 2004||sixth wife|
While I was studying in Otaki a few years ago, I happen to be giving a bit of stick to people of nga puhi when my sister of all people turns up from wellington with an extension of our family tree from "nga puhi"! turns out our ancestor had a sixth wife. Te Whanau Manuera.
robert tuau - hamilton - new zealand
|03 February 2004||Multicultural Centre in Melbourne|
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!!!Georgina brownMelbourne, Australia : Monday, January 19, 2004
Georgina Brown (Poi) - Melbourne - Australia
|31 January 2004||Kia ora|
Kia ora te whanau ...Happy New Year!!! I readthe message from Georgina Brown. I am glad to see that some people are making a difference for our people/whanau.My eldest son John Te Ware Collier is moving to Melbourne on the 8th Feb, to live with my sister.I would also like to say hello to all my Aussie Whanau.Letitia Collier
Letitia Collier - Opotiki - New Zealand
|15 January 2004||Site update|
News and guest book have been archived pending new years content.
Shane - Wellington - New Zealand