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The Children of John Tucker Edmonds and Raiha Pekama

Journal by wihongipekamawhanau

Kia ora Whanau...

Am interested in the updates on my grandmother Reihas brothers and sisters and their descendents. Living locally and close to Ngawha I am fortunate to still have my mother Rhybon with me and visit St Michaels often. Its a blessing to live amongst whanau but I realise there are still so many I have not yet met. Thats where the website comes in.

It has been exciting learning of Ganny Nanakias (Kereama) line in the East Coast over the past few years. Even more so to recently read of a reunion held in the Coast some time ago. Where would we be with out tribalpages.com, msn groups (now finished but worth its weight in gold at the time) and bebo. Although I tried to start a group I failed miserably in learning how to add people to it so they only link into my personal page. Must revisit that again soon and get the hang of it just to make those connections. Will see...otherwise will start again.lol. I am listed in bebo as dund4u so if your related and you want to be added to my page, just send a quick note by email to wihongis@xtra.co.nz with your login info and I will search for you and add you.

This is one of the lines I am interested of the many that there are. I am interested in photos of nanny and her brothers and sisters and their families etc. If I have "done this wrong" please forgive a first-timer. It can only get better...

Arohanui
Wihongi-Pekama Whanau xxx

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on 2009-07-20 01:06:17

wihongipekamawhanau , from Northland, New Zealand, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Jul 2009. is researching the following names: JOHNTUCKEREDMONDS, , TERIPI and 11 other(s).

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by anacando on 2010-06-14 03:35:20

You are doing an awesome service for most us who are not absolute on many things and I thank you for that.
In the phot above my great graqndmother is Ihapera and forgive me if I have got her name wrong. Her son Harewini Kauwhata is my mother Katerina's father.
I have only found out today information realting to Kiwikiwi whanau.
Remana Kiwikiwi from Ngawhitu married to Arihi (nee Cope)this little bit of info may help someone to link and connect to others. Both buried at the cemetry at Pakaraka. St Micheals (I think)
Keep going your doing great!
Ana

by Hera on 2013-10-20 23:43:01

Kia Ora, I too am trying to trace the movements of our Tupuna also. Our Grandfather was Maunsel Edmonds commonly known as Monty he was living in Ngawha. if anyone has photos of their parents Id be really interested

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