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help please with the children of Chief Te Ururoa of Whangaroa

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Chief Te Ururoa was a Maori chief of Whangaroa and brother-in-law of Hongi Hika, a New Zealand Maori rangatira (chief) and war leader of the Ngapuhi iwi (tribe)


He married Patungahere (would like to know what year) and the known children I have, all born in Pupuke, Northland were:
Hema Ururoa
- married Rangi Puhi

Heke Ururoa
- married Miriama Ngakaikorere

Paora Ururoa

Retakino Ururoa
- born 1819
- married Thomas Flavell
- (3 of their children married 3 children of Henry John Davis `Rewiti` SNOWDEN who was born in Parramatta NSW in 1811 and who married a sister of Retakino, see below)
- Retakino & Thomas Flavell had:
1849-1902 Ellen Flavell
married Andrew Snowden
1852-1910 John William Flavell
married Ellen Snowden
1857-1916 William Flavell
married Margaret Mary Downes
1858-1947 Annie Flavell
married Robert Snowden

Erana `Ellen` Raupane Ururoa
- born 1823
- married Henry John Davis "Rewiti" Snowden in 1858 at Waimate as his 2nd wife, 16 years after the birth of their 1st child, between the births of their 8th and 9th children, daughters Eleanor and Isabella
- they had 9 children
- Henry had been married to Sophia Jaques in about 1833 in Australia and had 5 children, in Prospect, Parramatta Australia and Whangaroa NZ. Their 4th child, Mary Ann Snowden married John Semple in 1860, a son of theirs, Theodore Francis Semple was born in 1861 in Matakana, Wellsford and married Mary Margaret Stirling of Carlton, Victoria in Melbourne. Theodore was an engineer in Perth West Australia, great grandson of the Chief of Whangaroa and buried in the Fremantle Cemetery, Perth in 1905 (his wife Mary died in 1904 in Coburg, Victoria now a suburb of Melbourne)

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on 2010-07-10 04:45:06

PECK of TAITA

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by Sarah_McIntosh on 2011-09-13 03:58:39

Erana is in my family tree :)

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