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Whakapapa Club, Maori Genealogy Site

Journal by ngairedith

The WHAKAPAPA CLUB, the main Maori Genealogy Site on the net, has been updated and they have a new look and address

The Whakapapa Club is a child of maori.org.nz. Born in 2000, the Whakapapa Club grew of age in 2018, moving out of home and into the current residence. Over the years the Whakapapa Club has gathered a lot of information, making the childhood residence too confusing to navigate, hence the reason to move. The information to help people with understanding whakapapa has been placed prominently in the front instead of being buried in a back room. The collections, which at this date hold over 20,000 records, have now been reconfigured, making it a lot easier for people to find their way around

The Whakapapa club does not provide a research service, instead, it is a place to do the research ..
Whakapapa Search on Google & FamilySearch
To get good whakapapa search results from Google you need to know how to do an advanced search otherwise you will get a lot of results that are not related to what you are looking for. At their link Google Advanced search they make it easy for you

We have designed a whakapapa search form that will create the advanced search for you for Google as well as a search for the FamilySearch site as their results do not show up in Google.

~ ALSO, like their facebook page, link at end ~

What is available at the Whakapapa Club Site ..
* Information their most popular article
* A Forum with members, posts etc
* email Directories including a list of various marae around the country
* Board Archives
and many links within links

* Lists of Names from various Sources, the majority of them being funeral notices

* Treaty of Waitangi Signatories
A list of names of those who signed the Treaty of Waitangi in 1840

* Photos in National Library
A small list of names of people who are in photos in National Library

* Newspaper Clippings – Taranaki
Newspaper clippings Bill Coffey had on file. Mainly death, thanks, memorial, from daily news Taranaki and other news papers

* Maori / English Name Translations
Their most popular page. Helpful for finding other names that people can be known by

* Whanau Names in the Familysearch Site
A list of names and a link to the family search site

* Names in the Book The Maori of Hawkes Bay
by Gordan and W. T. Prentice

* Marae of Te Rarawa
A list of the Marae of Te Rarawa that may be able to help you in your whakapapa search and a contact link for details

* Aotea
* Australia
* Battles
* Bay of Islands
* Information
* Kapa haka
* Links
* Lists
* Manawatu
* Maori Battalion
* Mataatua
* Old News Board
* Overseas
* People Directory
* Tainui
* Tai Rawhiti
* Tai Tokerau
* Takitimu
* Tamaki Makaurau
* Te Arawa
* Te Waipounamu
* Waikato
* Whanau Website
* Whanganui A Tara

They have just pulled the Fletcher Index -which has over 30,000 names - there are no duplicates but instead of dropping the whole index into one huge page they will be splitting it down into different lists, for example .. places, rivers, mountains, X whakapapa where the X could be by iwi or waka or place etc

Their Facebook Page Whakapapa Club

ALSO see our list of the 3,600 men of the 28th Maori Battalion

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by ngairedith Profile | Research | Contact | Subscribe | Block this user
on 2018-01-14 04:24:53

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