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Hemi Pekama & Kuini Ngahiwi Kiwikiwi

Journal by Matika

Kia Ora i am a desendant of Titari Pekama and Arapera Tiaki as they are my great-great-great-grandparents which they had my great-great-grandfather Hemi Pekama whom married Kuini Ngahiwi Kiwikiwi and whom they had my great-grandmother Tarewhounu Pekama whom she married three times but i came from the third marriage and they had my grandfather Jack Richards whom married my grandmother Agnes Richards who had my mother Tania Richards whom is in a de-facto relationship with my father Pat Taumaa whom they had me Matika Richards.

Surnames: KIWIKIWI PEKAMA
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on 2010-09-07 20:40:00

Matika has been a Family Tree Circles member since Aug 2010. is researching the following names: KIRIKIRI, PEKAMA, KIWIKIWPEKAMA.

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by Roze on 2011-05-16 05:30:02

Kia-ora Matika,
My name is Roze-Pima(Pilimilose)Ofiu-Folaumoeloa I'm also a desendant of Hemi Pekama and Kuini Kiwikiwi my grand Father is Tahi Hemi Pekama the youngest child of his brother's and sister's.His wife, my granmother Huihuinga Paewhenua.Remarried
My mother is the fifth child,she is named after Nanny Kuini,Nanny daddy's mum.
I'm also in search of Nanny Kuini's twin sister and her maiden name as well.

by Matika on 2011-06-06 18:35:00

So are you aunty Tarewhounu niece are you talking about her sister Kuini. Well Kuini Ngahiwi Kiwikiwi twin sister maiden name is kiwikiwi and her photo sits at Parihaka Marae in Taranaki as they are from Taranaki

by Roze on 2011-07-19 20:01:16

Thanx for tha reply,I found out that it's Ngahiwi threw Maori land courts.Still intrested in researching more.
kia ora

by Ngawhitu on 2013-04-15 15:46:23

Kia Ora
Kuini is my great grandfather's (Remana Kiwikiwi) half sister,
Ngahiwi (Ngahiwi Parangi) Kuini father was from Taranaki
Auntie Girlie remembers taking her grandmothers (Kuini) photo back to Taranaki,I understood that it was Hawera.(will check)
Multiple births not uncommon in family, was told by the old people at Oromahoe when I was young that it was because of the mana that Te Waiwhakaruku held, Remana was 1 of 4 the fourth being a ngarara/taniwha and the old people of that time (1860) did away with it........... He korero

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