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Query by Keita

Hi,research my whakapapa/family history on my Maori side has been very confusing and Conflicting . I am looking for more history on two families. Ihakara Te tuku and Mata Pouaru Tihi from Otorohanga now i have been to so many place and nothing my Recent search was the Mormon church and they come bach with nothing. If any one come across these name.or have them in their tree help.

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on 2019-12-11 18:22:32

Keita has been a Family Tree Circles member since Jul 2009. is researching the following names: LEWIS, LEWISFROMWAIROANEWZEALAND, LEWISFROMNEWZEALAND and 1 other(s).

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by ngairedith on 2019-12-11 22:51:30

Hi Keitha,
A family tree for Iharata Te Tuku (1861-1921) born in the Waikato (with photo). She was a daughter of Ihakara Te Tuku (1825-1890), from Otorohanga & Maata Pouaru (1832-), also known as "Manta", "Mata Pouaru Te Tihi"
She married Wiremu Kingi Te Matakatea, a Ngatiawa chief?

If you go to that link you will see more and maybe send then a message

by ngairedith on 2019-12-11 22:57:52

This is a son, Ihakara Te Tuku Rapana (1886-1968), known as Ike Robin, born at Wairoa, Ngati Kahungunu and Ngati Raukawa; shearer, lay reader, wrestler

by Thelma1007 on 2021-11-09 08:22:33

Kia ora, Ihakara Te Tuku Rapana was my gr grandfather. His father was Rapana Te Tuku and lived in Heretaunga/Hastings. From whanau stories, Rapana also had two uncles here who were master carvers. In the research I've been doing on early Heretaunga, I can't help but think they came here during the inter tribal wars of that time, maybe early 1800s with either Te Whatanui of Ngati Raukawa or Rewi Maniapoto who shares the same hapu, Pare te Kawa. I have been looking for any links or stories that back up my thinking hence here I am. I am tuturu Ngati Kahungunu but can't help but wonder about our whanau's Te Tuku side too. Nga mihi e te whanaunga.

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