3 Kurawari - sister of Rereahu In this whakapapa Marutehiakina is recorded as the mother of Turongo. In other versions Puniatekore is recorded as Turongo’s mother. Puniatekore and Marutehiakina were sisters. TUTANUMIA PRESS RELEASE Wednesday 26 February 2020 Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa The formal lodgement of Tai Whenua, Tai Tangata, Tai Ao – Te Atiawa Iwi Environmental Management Plan, with relevant local authorities and the Department of Conservation was completed on Tuesday 25...

Here is a list of names of people from Ngati Maniapoto who are on the Western Maori Electoral Roll of 1908. You can also find their place of residence and hapu at that time. That pukapuka Te Kete Korere is told right from the mouth of Piripi Crown and from his ancestors handed down orally come all that korero within that puka it is true Maniapoto-Rereahu whakapapa if you ask me, my Uncle Shane Te Ruki helped published it. There are two lines from Rereahu to Rora, one through Te Ihingarangi and one through Maniapoto. In the first there are six intervals; therefore the period from the birth of Rereahu to the birth of Rora must be at least 120 years. .

33,627 Ngāti Maniapoto is an iwi (tribe) based in the King Country region of New Zealand's North Island. It is part of the Tainui (big tide) confederation, the members of which trace their whakapapa (genealogy) back to people who arrived in Aotearoa on the waka (canoe) Tainui. She was a rangatira lady of importance, as is evidenced by the lands ceded to her by the chiefs on her marriage. She Lived to the age of 90, and died at Rotorua in 1910. Her children represent the change in this whakapapa from Maori ancestors to Pakeha citizens of New Zealand today. While Te Ihingaarangi was away, Rereahu summoned Maniapoto before him. The dying chief instructed Maniapoto to bite the crown of his head, which he had anointed with red ochre. This act signified the passing of Rereahu’s chiefly mana to Maniapoto. By the time Te Ihingaarangi had returned, Rereahu was dead. Hoturoa: Captain of Tainui Waka who landed in Kawhia on the West Coast. His descendants settled the Kawhia and Aotea harbour area. Later his descendants travelled inland and populated the area from Mokau to Auckland, and from the Hauraki Gulf to the West Coast.

Maniapoto Māori Trust Board – A Brief History Page 10 RMC. I n 1997 Tuhua/Hikurangi respectfully removed their support from waterway negotiations because certain aspects may have impinged on claims their constituent hapū had laid many years previous. Mokau ki Runga RMC has withheld its vote from a Apr 08, 2018 · He mihi aroha ki nga Kuia me nga Kaumatua kua wehi ki te po; ara ki te Whaea Rangipetia Huriwaka of Kahotea Marae, Ōtorohanga me te Papa Wiremu Borrell of Paparoa Marae ,Te Puna who whakapapa to Rangiāōwhia e Moe ki te moengaroa . Maniapoto Mandate Urgency. We are still waiting for the Tribunals decision on urgency. The most significant and well-known ancestor in the next generation is Maniapoto, son of Rereahu and ancestor of the Ngāti Maniapoto tribe. Maniapoto succeeded to his father’s position even though he had an elder brother, Te Ihinga-a-rangi. Maniapoto had a younger sister named Te Rongorito.

Hoturoa: Captain of Tainui Waka who landed in Kawhia on the West Coast. His descendants settled the Kawhia and Aotea harbour area. Later his descendants travelled inland and populated the area from Mokau to Auckland, and from the Hauraki Gulf to the West Coast.

She was a rangatira lady of importance, as is evidenced by the lands ceded to her by the chiefs on her marriage. She Lived to the age of 90, and died at Rotorua in 1910. Her children represent the change in this whakapapa from Maori ancestors to Pakeha citizens of New Zealand today. E te iwi o Maniapoto. Following the successful event of The Meet the Candidates Hui, all sixteen confirmed candidates were provided the opportunity to present themselves to the iwi and discuss why they should be generally elected as a trustee to the Maniapoto Māori Trust Board. Key themes that came through from all the candidates Ngaati Parewaeono lands and whakapapa are closely connected with those of Ngaati Rereahu, Ngaati Matakore, Ngaati Rungaterangi, Ngaati Urunumia, Ngaati Hinewai, Ngaati Hari, Ngaati Manga - Paretekawa and others.

NGĀTI MANIAPOTO MANA TANGATA SCOPING REPORT FOR A NG ĀTI MANIAPOTO ORAL AND TRADITIONAL HISTORY PROJECT Prepared for the Ng āti Maniapoto claimants for the Rohe Pōtae Inquiry (Wai 898) and Raukawa married Tūrongoihi and begat Rereahu. Te Ihingārangi is the offspring of Rereahu’s first marriage, from whom descend those of our senior relatives within Ngāti Raukawa and Ngati Hauā. However as for me, my association lies with Maniapoto. Rereahu’s second wife was Hineaupounamu and they begat me, Maniapoto. Greetings to you all.

She was a rangatira lady of importance, as is evidenced by the lands ceded to her by the chiefs on her marriage. She Lived to the age of 90, and died at Rotorua in 1910. Her children represent the change in this whakapapa from Maori ancestors to Pakeha citizens of New Zealand today. While Te Ihingaarangi was away, Rereahu summoned Maniapoto before him. The dying chief instructed Maniapoto to bite the crown of his head, which he had anointed with red ochre. This act signified the passing of Rereahu’s chiefly mana to Maniapoto. By the time Te Ihingaarangi had returned, Rereahu was dead.

Pito korero about Latest comments about Kamariera Te Hau Takiri Wharepapa. We welcome your comments on the portraits. Marlene Skeet - Pahauwera/ Ngati kahungunu. At 9am on 28 April 2015. Marlene Skeet-Puketitiri Napier Tena Koe I have a soft leather painting of Te Hau Takiri Wharepapa that was given to me from one of the local farmers here. We are here to support all our Rereahu Maniapoto whaanau. WANANGA are set for the 1st weekend of every month from Feb to Dec. Key aspirations of Wananga are to: 1. Strengthen our Paepae and Reo 2. Consolidate our Tikanga & Kawa 3. Support our Marae 4. Reconnect our Whakapapa links thru our Marae, Hapuu and Iwi 5. Retain Ngaa taonga tuku iho o ... Nov 15, 2014 · Waka Huia explores the existence of the Mist people. Spiritual beings known as Patupaiarehe and their association to Mount Pirongia within the Waipa region of Waikato Maniapoto.

Includes personal invitations, whakapapa about Te Arawa, Tainui and Aotea, also includes Tainui whakapapa along with the wives names, includes a biography on Hoani Wiremu Hipango, letters from Tawhiao, Waikato University graduation details, the whakapapa of Richard Bennett, the marriage details of Potatau Te Wherowhero to Kauaeroa, book ... Nov 15, 2014 · Waka Huia explores the existence of the Mist people. Spiritual beings known as Patupaiarehe and their association to Mount Pirongia within the Waipa region of Waikato Maniapoto. Pito korero about Latest comments about Kamariera Te Hau Takiri Wharepapa. We welcome your comments on the portraits. Marlene Skeet - Pahauwera/ Ngati kahungunu. At 9am on 28 April 2015. Marlene Skeet-Puketitiri Napier Tena Koe I have a soft leather painting of Te Hau Takiri Wharepapa that was given to me from one of the local farmers here.

Ngāti Paretekanawa (Paretekanawa) are a very numerous hapū (sub-tribe, or clan) of the Ngāti Maniapoto confederation in New Zealand, whose ancestral tribal lands are located in both the northern King Country, including the areas around the Kakepuku, Pirongia, in the vicinity of Te Awamutu, Kihikihi, Pokuru, Kakepuku, and Kawhia, with sub-hapu interests in the southern King Country area of ... Ngāti Paretekanawa (Paretekanawa) are a very numerous hapū (sub-tribe, or clan) of the Ngāti Maniapoto confederation in New Zealand, whose ancestral tribal lands are located in both the northern King Country, including the areas around the Kakepuku, Pirongia, in the vicinity of Te Awamutu, Kihikihi, Pokuru, Kakepuku, and Kawhia, with sub-hapu interests in the southern King Country area of ... 5 December 2016 Deed of Mandate 4 back to Rereahu and Hineaupounamu. Maniapoto recognises that Ngāti Hinemihi ki Petania as a distinct hapū who has dual whakapapa

5 December 2016 Deed of Mandate 4 back to Rereahu and Hineaupounamu. Maniapoto recognises that Ngāti Hinemihi ki Petania as a distinct hapū who has dual whakapapa

Hoturoa: Captain of Tainui Waka who landed in Kawhia on the West Coast. His descendants settled the Kawhia and Aotea harbour area. Later his descendants travelled inland and populated the area from Mokau to Auckland, and from the Hauraki Gulf to the West Coast. 33,627 Ngāti Maniapoto is an iwi (tribe) based in the King Country region of New Zealand's North Island. It is part of the Tainui (big tide) confederation, the members of which trace their whakapapa (genealogy) back to people who arrived in Aotearoa on the waka (canoe) Tainui.

Apr 08, 2018 · He mihi aroha ki nga Kuia me nga Kaumatua kua wehi ki te po; ara ki te Whaea Rangipetia Huriwaka of Kahotea Marae, Ōtorohanga me te Papa Wiremu Borrell of Paparoa Marae ,Te Puna who whakapapa to Rangiāōwhia e Moe ki te moengaroa . Maniapoto Mandate Urgency. We are still waiting for the Tribunals decision on urgency.

E te iwi o Maniapoto. Following the successful event of The Meet the Candidates Hui, all sixteen confirmed candidates were provided the opportunity to present themselves to the iwi and discuss why they should be generally elected as a trustee to the Maniapoto Māori Trust Board. Key themes that came through from all the candidates Ngāti Mahuta is a sub-tribe (or hapū) of the Waikato tribe (or iwi) of Māori in the North Island of New Zealand.The territory (rohe) of Ngāti Mahuta is the Kāwhia and Huntly areas of the Waikato region. Kia ora June, We refer people to the Ngati Porou Proud facebook page these days when enquiring about whanau connections. There is a great network of Ngati Porou whanau on Facebook that will more than likely be able to help with your search.

Raukawa the Ancestor The birth of Raukawa is a long and significant story. Though it is not the purpose of this site to reproduce our history in full, it is important to deliver a short summary of this kōrero to provide some insight in relation to Raukawa our ancestor, the Raukawa iwi and our takiwā. Apr 29, 2019 · Shane Te Ruki is one of the many rangatira that hails from Ngāti Maniapoto, he is a deep lake of knowledge and we are fortunate enough that he shares this through way of books, video, interviews and oral traditions. His work ranges from karakia and whakapapa, to history and tikanga/kawa of Maniapoto. 5 December 2016 Deed of Mandate 4 back to Rereahu and Hineaupounamu. Maniapoto recognises that Ngāti Hinemihi ki Petania as a distinct hapū who has dual whakapapa Maniapoto Māori Trust Board – A Brief History Page 10 RMC. I n 1997 Tuhua/Hikurangi respectfully removed their support from waterway negotiations because certain aspects may have impinged on claims their constituent hapū had laid many years previous. Mokau ki Runga RMC has withheld its vote from a

An easy way to find whakapapa online - just fill in a form searches will be created for you. 1. Basic Search Create a search for the FamilySearch site and an advanced search for Google 2. Advanced Whakapapa Search Create searches for 18 whakapapa sites Ngāti Mahuta is a sub-tribe (or hapū) of the Waikato tribe (or iwi) of Māori in the North Island of New Zealand.The territory (rohe) of Ngāti Mahuta is the Kāwhia and Huntly areas of the Waikato region. Here is a list of names of people from Ngati Maniapoto who are on the Western Maori Electoral Roll of 1908. You can also find their place of residence and hapu at that time. 33,627 Ngāti Maniapoto is an iwi (tribe) based in the King Country region of New Zealand's North Island. It is part of the Tainui (big tide) confederation, the members of which trace their whakapapa (genealogy) back to people who arrived in Aotearoa on the waka (canoe) Tainui.

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That pukapuka Te Kete Korere is told right from the mouth of Piripi Crown and from his ancestors handed down orally come all that korero within that puka it is true Maniapoto-Rereahu whakapapa if you ask me, my Uncle Shane Te Ruki helped published it. We are here to support all our Rereahu Maniapoto whaanau. WANANGA are set for the 1st weekend of every month from Feb to Dec. Key aspirations of Wananga are to: 1. Strengthen our Paepae and Reo 2. Consolidate our Tikanga & Kawa 3. Support our Marae 4. Reconnect our Whakapapa links thru our Marae, Hapuu and Iwi 5. Retain Ngaa taonga tuku iho o ...

E te iwi o Maniapoto. Following the successful event of The Meet the Candidates Hui, all sixteen confirmed candidates were provided the opportunity to present themselves to the iwi and discuss why they should be generally elected as a trustee to the Maniapoto Māori Trust Board. Key themes that came through from all the candidates

Ngāti Mahuta is a sub-tribe (or hapū) of the Waikato tribe (or iwi) of Māori in the North Island of New Zealand.The territory (rohe) of Ngāti Mahuta is the Kāwhia and Huntly areas of the Waikato region. The most significant and well-known ancestor in the next generation is Maniapoto, son of Rereahu and ancestor of the Ngāti Maniapoto tribe. Maniapoto succeeded to his father’s position even though he had an elder brother, Te Ihinga-a-rangi. Maniapoto had a younger sister named Te Rongorito.

While Te Ihingaarangi was away, Rereahu summoned Maniapoto before him. The dying chief instructed Maniapoto to bite the crown of his head, which he had anointed with red ochre. This act signified the passing of Rereahu’s chiefly mana to Maniapoto. By the time Te Ihingaarangi had returned, Rereahu was dead. © Maniapoto Maori Trust Board 2018 | All Rights Reserved

That pukapuka Te Kete Korere is told right from the mouth of Piripi Crown and from his ancestors handed down orally come all that korero within that puka it is true Maniapoto-Rereahu whakapapa if you ask me, my Uncle Shane Te Ruki helped published it. Theres a book by Pei te Hurinui aswell Nga Iwi o Tainui. Kiaora Nani, no Ngati Whakatere koe?

The most significant and well-known ancestor in the next generation is Maniapoto, son of Rereahu and ancestor of the Ngāti Maniapoto tribe. Maniapoto succeeded to his father’s position even though he had an elder brother, Te Ihinga-a-rangi. Maniapoto had a younger sister named Te Rongorito.

Kia ora June, We refer people to the Ngati Porou Proud facebook page these days when enquiring about whanau connections. There is a great network of Ngati Porou whanau on Facebook that will more than likely be able to help with your search.

We are here to support all our Rereahu Maniapoto whaanau. WANANGA are set for the 1st weekend of every month from Feb to Dec. Key aspirations of Wananga are to: 1. Strengthen our Paepae and Reo 2. Consolidate our Tikanga & Kawa 3. Support our Marae 4. Reconnect our Whakapapa links thru our Marae, Hapuu and Iwi 5. Retain Ngaa taonga tuku iho o ... Nov 20, 2010 · Those of you who have Calling All Dawns know that the lyrics to the last song 'Kia Hora Te Marino' are simply attributed as a Maori proverb.That's because neither I nor my Maori lyricist, Jerome Kavanagh, could trace back the origin of the proverb. Maniapoto Māori Trust Board – A Brief History Page 10 RMC. I n 1997 Tuhua/Hikurangi respectfully removed their support from waterway negotiations because certain aspects may have impinged on claims their constituent hapū had laid many years previous. Mokau ki Runga RMC has withheld its vote from a .

Ngāti Kahu is a Māori iwi of Northland, New Zealand.The iwi is one of the six Muriwhenua iwi of the far north of the North Island. Ngāti Kahu take their name from their founding ancestress, Kahutianui, and link their ancestry back to the waka Māmaru. that they enjoy a whakapapa relationship through intermarriage and common ancestry dating back to Rereahu and Hineaupounamu. Maniapoto recognises that Ng āti Hinemihi ki Petania as a distinct hap ū who has dual whakapapa connections to Maniapoto and Ng āti Tuwharetoa. The customary land interests of Ngati Hinemihi ki