Whakapapa of EDWARDS, COLLIER & TUHOU of Opotiki & East Cape area

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	CONTENTS                    Approximate page numbers 

1.1 Torerenuiarua to Te Paku EDWARDS       1
1.2 Nuku to Tepaea                         2
2. Te Paku to present - EDWARDS of Opotiki 3
3. NGATI POROU ancestry
 3.1 source: the GOLDSMITH/COLLIER book    7
 3.2 TOIKAIRAKAU to Makere Ngongohau       8
 3.3 UENUKU to Hinetamaurangi             10
4. COLLIER of East Cape                   12
5. TUHOU of East Cape area                15
6. NGATI POROU ancestry from HARRIS       16  so far only p459-60 completed
7. NGATI POROU lines from Jnl Pol. Soc.   17

APPENDICES
A Abbreviations used                  19
B Numbering systems used               "       
C Index of SURNAMES                    "       
D Index of PLACE NAMES                21       
E NGATI POROU whakapapa               22
F Names before the advent of surnames  "
G Waka referred to                    27
H Some literature & websites

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1.1 Torerenuiarua to Te Paku EDWARDS 1.2 Nuku to Tepaea SOURCE: Whakapapa of 64 Claude EDWARDS copied from a notebook of his father 6 of 2. ---------------------------------------------------------- 1.1 TORERENUIARUA TO TE PAKU EDWARDS 0 Torerenuiarua 1 Tainui (1^2) Tairoa (1^3) Taimanawa pohatu (1^4) Tai (1^5) Tuteauru (1^6) Rongomaiteauru - children shown below: (1^7), (1^6)2 (1^7) Hinemootu m TUWHARETOA (1^8) Pipiri (1^9) Ko Iwikau Horonuku (CHECK that following 4 are sibs not 4 generations.) (1^(10)) Ko TE HEU HEU (1^9)2 Tukino (1^9)3 Hoani (1^9)4 Hepi (1^6)2 UENUKU For other children see 3.3. (1^6)21 Uenukunonoke (1^6)2(1^2) Rongomaiwekea - 4 children shown below: (1^6)2(1^3) (1^6)2(1^2)2 (1^6)2(1^2)3 (1^6)2(1^2)4 (1^6)2(1^3) Teroroku m Kiriwhenua (1^6)2(1^4) Hinehau (1^6)2(1^5) Te Hoputu - 4 children shown below: (1^6)2(1^6) (1^6)2(1^5)2 (1^6)2(1^5)3 (1^6)2(1^5)4 (1^6)2(1^6) Teuwira (1^6)2(1^5)2 Te Tuana (1^6)2(1^5)21 NUKU *See 1.2 for another child. (1^6)2(1^5)2(1^2) Poua aka Pou (1^6)2(1^5)2(1^3) Eruponaho aka Eru - 3 children shown below: (1^6)2(1^5)2(1^4) (1^6)2(1^5)2(1^3)i for i=2 3 (1^6)2(1^5)2(1^4) Merata - 4 children shown below: (1^6)2(1^5)2(1^5) (1^6)2(1^5)2(1^4)i for i=2 3 4 (1^6)2(1^5)2(1^5) TE PAKU who took the surname EDWARDS (1^6)2(1^5)2(1^4)2 Wirepine (1^6)2(1^5)2(1^4)3 Tawhara (1^6)2(1^5)2(1^4)4 Tuahuru (1^6)2(1^5)2(1^3)2 Wakahou (1^6)2(1^5)2(1^3)21 Makoha m Waiapu - 7 children shown below: (1^6)2(1^5)2(1^3)2(1^2) (1^6)2(1^5)2(1^3)21i i=2...7 if I read the chart right (1^6)2(1^5)2(1^3)2(1^2) Warakihi (1^6)2(1^5)2(1^3)212 Tangiwai (1^6)2(1^5)2(1^3)213 Taru (1^6)2(1^5)2(1^3)214 Wakaroa (1^6)2(1^5)2(1^3)215 Te Oke (1^6)2(1^5)2(1^3)216 Urikore (1^6)2(1^5)2(1^3)217 Mataihi - 4 children shown below: (1^6)2(1^5)2(1^3)217i for i=1..4 (1^6)2(1^5)2(1^3)2171 Ihakatipu (1^6)2(1^5)2(1^3)2172 Wharekaraka (1^6)2(1^5)2(1^3)2173 Horiana (1^6)2(1^5)2(1^3)2174 Parerimu (1^6)2(1^5)2(1^3)3 Porikapa - 4 children : (1^6)2(1^5)2(1^3)31 Patariki (1^6)2(1^5)2(1^3)32 Honatana (1^6)2(1^5)2(1^3)33 Tutere (1^6)2(1^5)2(1^3)34 Nepia (1^6)2(1^5)3 Terehunuiatu (1^6)2(1^5)4 Temahora (1^6)2(1^2)2 Te Whaki (1^6)2(1^2)3 APANUI (1^6)2(1^2)4 Tekohepare ---------------------------------------------------------- 1.2 NUKU TO TE PAEA (Check significance of Te Paea.) SOURCE: Whakapapa of 64 Claude EDWARDS copied from a notebook of his father 6 of 2. 0 NUKU *See (1^6)2(1^5)21 of 1.1 for his ancestry. 1 Teuiwaho (The chart could be interpeted as he being a sib to Mataihi of 1.1.) (1^2) Tamati (1^3) Tamakaua 3 children below: (1^4) (1^3)i i=2,3 (1^4) Te Paea 4 children shown: (1^5) (1^4)i i=2 3 4 (1^5) Haruru (1^4)2 Matekitatahi (1^4)3 Te Kaui (1^4)4 Tanara (1^3)2 Pi (1^7)3 Tarere

2. TE PAKU TO PRESENT - EDWARDS of Opotiki SOURCE: 6(10) Sam EDWARDS , ** ASK 61 Pooks GENERATION 1 0 0-Te Paku Eruera EDWARDS dc1916 aged 70-80. Buried at Waiaua with m2 Mere. CHECK dates on gravestone! He was fair with green eyes. He had uncles who were pakeha surveyors in New Plymouth. A copy of an early petition that he lodged with the House of Representatives of the time 1915 is held by Paku EDWARDS 6(11)6 below. Te Paku & a group of Whakatohea people drove to Wellington and lodged the petition and were rewarded with the returning of the land on which the Whakatohea's dairy farms are situated. ....................................................................... The following is from http://www.communities.co.nz/ngatirua/History.cfm : Te Whakatohea of O-potiki trace their descent from a number of waka, including Nukutere [which landed at Te Rangi and Te Kotukutuku ] and Mataatua. Their ancestor was Tu-tamure ... Maori Land Court proceedings of 1895: claimants and the hapü they represented: Paku Eruera Edwards Ngäti Muriwai, ... THE LAND BOUNDARY AS DEFINED BY TIKI According to Te Paku the following are the land boundaries as described by Tiki. Commencing at Te Rangi the boundary line connects with Öroi, then in turn with Pīkoki, Takapütahi, Peketutu and with the Mötu river. From the Mötu it connects in turn with Kaitaura, Te Karetü, Önukuroa, Päpämoa, Öhinerori, Hangaia, Tirohanga, the Ngä Wekiweki which is a a rock and from here to Türanganui at sea and back to Te Rangi. ÜPOKOHAPA According to Te Paku the Üpokohapa kümara oven and the drying rack for the preparation of dried kümara known as `kao’ belonged to the Maruiwi. The food cultivations of Üpokohapa and Täpuikäkahu were located on the other side of Tirohanga going towards Öpötiki the name of which is Wairakaia. TE PAKU EDWARDS Te Paku Edwards stated that he acquired his land interests due to his connections with the Ngäti Muriwai hapü. However it was due to his connections with Ngäi Tai that he obtained his land at Whitikau. At this point Te Paku concludes his presentation *It appears that the following whakapapa relates to the people mentioned in Te Paku EDWARD's presentation. Tautürangi Ngätorohaka Marupäpänui (Taiharuru) Hītewhatu m Hena Te Meremere Te Whätui Te Mätete Tünamu ....................................................................... m1/df SAVAGE of Ti Teko 1 a son 11 EDWARDS family behind Kawerau. * They hold photos of x who lived up Mt Tarawera. [0 0-Te Paku EDWARDS ] m2 Mere PARAROA Full Maori dr? of Eru Ponahou? They lived in Waioua. She may be related to Chief MOKOMOKO who died for VOLKNER's murder, as she had c20 acres of land at Hiwarau B block. Mokomoko was the guardian of the E boundary with Ngati Awa up on Ohinia/Ohiwa? harbour. 2 1-Jim EDWARDS m Colleen KELLY (She is 21451 41 in http://www.geocities.com/kitwnz/withersnz/withersmajor.html ) 3 1-Eva EDWARDS 4 1-Miria EDWARDS 5 1-Lina EDWARDS 6 1-Joe EDWARDS 7 1-George EDWARDS 8 1-Pat EDWARDS 9 1-John EDWARDS [0 0-Te Paku EDWARDS ] m3 Taia? 1 child, (10) 1-Dolly KERRINGTON .......................................................... GENERATION 2 3 1-Eva EDWARDS dc1975 Opotiki m Boris BLACK of Opotiki 31 2-Gilbert BLACK m Yvonne (1st cousin) 311 3-Kevin BLACK 4 1-Miria EDWARDS d in Opotiki m in Opotiki to Claud SHAW d in Opotiki . 6' 8". (Story how he walked the outhouse half a mile!) 41 2-Harry SHAW d in Opotiki m Roka [ask Peggy] 42 2-Mana SHAW 43 2-Kuini SHAW 44 2-Peggy SHAW in Nukuhau *2002: tel 07 315 4829 or 4083 Main Rd, Nukuhau m Frederick MCDONALD d 5 1-Lina EDWARDS m in Opotiki to Charlie MATCHITT 51 2-Frederick MATCHITT d 2000 in Opotiki m Hoki KOPU 52 2-Sarah MATCHITT m John GRETOREX of Taupo 521 3-Ann GRETOREX m Jimmy STEVENS 53 2-Polly GRETOREX 531 3-Becky GRETOREX? m Lawrence of Opotiki 54 2-Mary GRETOREX single 6 1-"Joe" Joseph Robert EDWARDS (1903 Opotiki -1969 Opotiki) p254-261 m Ema Te Nohomokemoke COLLIER 1906-80 She is 46 in 4. See there for her family. 61 2-Eva EDWARDS p254 62 2-Daph(ne) EDWARDS d by 1988 p254-6 63 2-"Pooks" Paku Gordon EDWARDS p256-7 64 2-"Claude" Karauria EDWARDS 1931 p257-8 65 2-"Trixie" Theresa EDWARDS 1932 p258 66 2-Joseph Phillip EDWARDS COLLIER 1935-c1992 Coromandel p258 Adopted by his uncle Phil COLLIER, 47 of Section 2, in Coromandel: see 471 of Section 2 for issue. 67 2-Patrick "Mannie" EDWARDS p259 68 2-"Lady" Christine EDWARDS p259 69 2-"Lolo" Wharekaponga Adrienne EDWARDS p260 6(10) 2-Georgina EDWARDS p260 6(11) 2-"Bush" (Edward) Samuel EDWARDS p260 6(12) 2-Paul EDWARDS 1946-80 in Opotiki . No children. 7 1-George EDWARDS - get! 8 1-Pat EDWARDS - get! 9 1-John EDWARDS - get! .......................................................... GENERATION 3 61 2-Eva EDWARDS m Lyn WINDER They raised racehorses. p254 611 3-Peter WINDER m *2002 in Hamilton 612 3-Annette WINDER m George GOODLEY -1 George 613 3-Marilyn WINDER m *2002 in Oz 614 3-Glenys WINDER m Peter REEVE -1 Leon, -2 Dion, -3 Jarred 615 3-Sheryl WINDER m *2002 in Oz 616 3-Joe Catlo WINDER 617 3-Kenneth WINDER m , in Opotiki -1 Lionel Winder KORA 618 3-Helen WINDER 616 3-Eddy WINDER m Jocelyn GERRARD, *2002 in Opotiki 617 3-Alan WINDER m , *2002 in Opotiki 618 3-George WINDER m 62 2-Daph(ne) EDWARDS d by 1988 m Len HELMBRIGHT p254-6 621 3-Raewyn HELMBRIGHT *2002 in Auckland m Mark STEADMAN of Te Puke -Victor,Craig,Brent,Kerry Anne,Miriam 622 3-Lorraine HELMBRIGHT m Sione FAFETA -Atiloa,Nicholas 623 3-Colleen HELMBRIGHT *2002 in Opotiki tel 07 315 5696 m1 Allan MACBETH -Dalaney,Donovan m2 624 3-Gary HELMBRIGHT m Beverley BURNETT -Vicky,Brianne *2002 in Opotiki 625 3-Karen HELMBRIGHT m Huck MATO 626 3-Johny HELMBRIGHT m LYALL *2002 in Oz 63 2-"Pooks" Paku Gordon EDWARDS bc1927 p256-7 *2003: tel 07 315 8208 W of Opotiki m1 "Betty" Elizabeth Materoa BLACK 631 3-Millie Miria EDWARDS 1950 m Clark Wiremu HUNIA 1949 -Eugene Andrew 1971,Michael Paul 1972,Aron James 1973,Teresa Robina 1975, John Paku Mina 1979 632 3-"Chappie" John Gordon EDWARDS 1953 m Winnieka "Lorraine" Maraea PAIPA 1955 -Rachel Rose 1972,David Jos.1973,Edward Samuel 1975,Clark Wiremu 1976, Vanaya Sheree NICHOLLS 1978 633 3-Alexander Joseph EDWARDS 1954 m Adrianne Merepeka KORA 1955 -Victory Maria 1974,Lisa Maree 1975, Erica Denise 1979, Paku Joseph 1982 634 3-Elizabeth Materoa EDWARDS 1956 m Kenneth Kopu AKUHATA -Eva Kelly 1976,Katarina Michelle 1979,Maria Peggy Aluena 1983 635 3-Louise EDWARDS 1957 m Russel DEAN -Latasha,Phillip,Aron 636 3-Teresa Emma EDWARDS m Kevin HOERA *2003 at Tarerua? -Latisha Bernadette 1976,Raven Joseph 1981 637 3-Mina George EDWARDS 1959 m Aluena AKUHATA [63 2-"Pooks" Paku Gordon EDWARDS bc1927] p257 m2 Eva HEREWINI/PAIPA 638 3-Paku Gary David EDWARDS 1959 m Karen Moana MIO 1960 -Jamie Waitangi 1979,Gary Grant 1981 639 3-Eva Tui EDWARDS 1961 63(10) 3-"Dune" Vienna June EDWARDS 1962 [whangai to her uncle 6(10) Sam E] 63(11) 3-Keepa "Eddie" EDWARDS 1963 single 63(12) 3-Maurice Samuel EDWARDS 1965 m 63(13) 3-Lesley Eruiti Phillip "Fatty" EDWARDS 1970 m 63(14) 3-Te Oranga Josephine EDWARDS 1972 63(15) 3-Wihara EDWARDS f m 64 2-"Claude" Karauria EDWARDS 1931 *2003 tel 07 315 6825 Opotiki p257-8 He was chair of Whakatohea Trust Board & hapu rep for Upokorehe at Kutarere. He has filed various land claims on behalf of the board. (Other hapu include Ngati Ruamaru, Terere & Waioweha.) NB He gave his whakapapa to 6(11)6 Paku EDWARDS - at present on loan to Fatty. m Moira Mokeke BLACK 1932-bef 2003 641 3-Joseph Robert EDWARDS 1952 m Audrey TE AMOAMO 1955 *2002 in Gisborne -Dean,Moera 642 3-Claude "Booff" Robert EDWARDS 1953 twin m Leona DAVIS -Waylin 643 3-Norman Pat EDWARDS 1953 twin m Kathy CASEY -Wayne,Joan 644 3-Adriana EDWARDS 1954 m John LEE -David,Susan twin,Sharon twin 645 3-"Niggy" Christine EDWARDS m Mike DAVIS twin *2002 at Torerere, Opotiki -Christopher,Karlene,Paul,Tracy,Fiona 646 3-John EDWARDS 1957 m Jackie MCDONALD of East Cape -Mere twin, Maria twin 647 3-Tinny EDWARDS twin m Norman in Oz 648 3-Andy EDWARDS female m 65 2-"Trixie" Theresa EDWARDS 1932 p258 *2002 in Opotiki tel 07 315 6753 m George MCMURTRIE 1928-before 2003 651 3-Donna MCMURTRIE [whangai] 1960 *2002 in Rotoroa/Rotorua? m Kanji NURI 1959 -Kelly1978,Laureen 1980 652 3-Georgina MCMURTRIE 1961 m in Whakatane 653 3-David MCMURTRIE 1962 m Donna MUNNS *2003 in Opotiki -David Lee 1982 654 3-Ross MCMURTRIE k in helicopter hunt m *2002 in Tauranga 655 3-Lianne MCMURTRIE 1965 m in Auckland 656 3-Ross MCMURTRIE 1968 657 3-Aroha MCMURTRIE m in Auckland 66 2-Joseph Phillip EDWARDS COLLIER 1935-c1992 Coromandel p258 m Queenie/Kuini Adopted by his uncle Phil COLLIER (47 of Section 3) in Coromandel. 661 3-Phillip Joseph COLLIER 1956 662 3-Josephine COLLIER 1958 m Steven MARERO no issue 663 3-Kawenaroa COLLIER 1959 664 3-Albert Waikari COLLIER 1963 67 2-Patrick "Mannie" EDWARDS p259 dc1998 Kawerau m1? 671 3-Anne EDWARDS m Ken NICHOLLS -Vanya ad. [67 2-Patrick "Mannie" EDWARDS p259 dc1998 Kawerau] m2 Margaret ANDREWS *2002 Kawerau 07 323 7677 672 3-David EDWARDS m1 m2 *2002 in Auckland - Donna 673 3-Patricia EDWARDS *2002 Ak, m & div. OLSEN -Shane,Michelle 674 3-Edward EDWARDS *2002 Opotiki m/df Exia SHELFORD, well known rugby rep CHECK 675 3-Mike EDWARDS *2002 Opotiki m ., 2 sets of twins, both sets killed with mother in car crash 676 3-Karl EDWARDS 677 3-Sandra EDWARDS *2002 Tauranga 678 3-Sharon EDWARDS 1962 [whangai to 64 "Claude" Karauria EDWARDS] m Terry COLLIER -Dwayne,Claire 679 3-Garrard EDWARDS *2002 Edgecombe, m 67(10) 3-Paula EDWARDS *2002 Rotorua? 67(11) 3-Camille EDWARDS 68 2-"Lady" Christine EDWARDS p259 m Joe ROLLESTON *2003 Opotiki 07 315 5440 681 3-Joanne ROLLASTON 1958 *2002 in Rotorua -Jason ROLLESTON 1978 682 3-Jimmy ROLLESTON 1960 m Ngaire OLDHAM *2002 in Auckland -Joseph 1984 683 3-Dawn ROLLESTON 1961 m Tommy TUHAKARAINA *2002 in Tauranga -Valerie 1982 684 3-Margaret ROLLESTON 1964 *2002 in Tauranga 685 3-Lisa ROLLESTON 1967 *2002 in Oz 686 3-Angeline ROLLESTON 1970 *2002 in Opotiki 687 3-Tony ROLLESTON 1972 *2002 in Oz 69 2-"Lolo" Wharekaponga Adrienne EDWARDS p260 *2002 Opotiki m Gildo GERRARD *2002 all chn in Opotiki 691 3-Emma GERRARD 1962 m Douglas APANUI -Andrew 1981,Rachael 1984 692 3-Mark GERRARD 1963 *2003 tel 07 315 5358 m Millie TAARE -Jeremy 1984 693 3-Vanessa GERRARD 1965 m Frank ALBERT -Anthony 1981 694 3-Wayne GERRARD 1966 695 3-Duggy GERRARD 696 3-Angie GERRARD 1969 6(10) 2-Georgina EDWARDS p260 m1/df Thompson TAYLOR 6(10)1 3-John EDWARDS m1 Irene ALMOND, m2 Stacey *2002 Rotorua [6(10) 3-Georgina EDWARDS p260]: m2 Graham FLEET *2002 Rotorua tel 332 5816 6(11) 2-"Bush" (Edward) Samuel EDWARDS p260 *2003 105 Richard St,Opotiki tel 07 315 6378 (Maori Land Court [email protected] advise that for shares of Edward EDWARDS ask advisory officer [email protected] Ref. 49 TPO 157-158 or Estate 2573 Rotorua Maori Land Court) m June Vienna TUHOU (d2001 Opotiki) *She is 5 in 4. COLLIER of East Cape. See there for her family. 6(11)1 3-John Robert EDWARDS (whangai from ?) m1 Irene -Nicola (+Shane,Johny from Irene's ex) m2 x (sep.) -Raymond,Raurimu,x *2003 Rotorua 6(11)2 3-"Red" James Livingstone EDWARDS m Tui HAYES *2003 Whakatane 6(11)3 3-"Dune" Vienna June EDWARDS whangai from 63: see 63(10) for issue. 6(11)4 3-Bernice EDWARDS m Dennis SHAW 6(11)5 3-Kathleen EDWARDS 1965 m BOYNTON 6(11)6 3-Paku Gordon EDWARDS (8.10.1966 Opotiki) 6(11)7 3-Angela EDWARDS dy 6(11)8 3-Joseph EDWARDS 6(11)9 3-Tamati EDWARDS *2003 Hamilton ............................................... GENERATION 4 (many already included above) 63(10) 3-"Dune" Vienna June EDWARDS [whangai to her uncle 6(11) Sam EDWARDS] m/df Eric HUDSON 63(10)1 4-Alex "Ally" HUDSON 63(10)2 4-Rawiri HUDSON 6(10)1 3-John EDWARDS m1 Irene ALMOND, m2 Stacey *2002 Rotorua 6(10)11 4-Nicole ALMOND m/df ? -.. 6(10)12 4-Steven EDWARDS? 6(10)13 4-Geoffrey EDWARDS? 6(10)14 4-Raymond EDWARDS? 6(10)15 4-Bronwyn EDWARDS? 6(10)16 4-Glenis EDWARDS? 6(10)17 4-Stephen EDWARDS? 6(11)2 3-"Red" James Livingstone EDWARDS m Tui HAYES *2003 Whakatane 6(11)21 4-Carey/Kerry Hannah E df Rory -Lucca, .. 6(11)22 4-Lewis Eruponho EDWARDS 6(11)23 4-Nikau EDWARDS 6(11)24 4-Renee EDWARDS 6(11)4 4-Bernice EDWARDS m Dennis SHAW *2003 Opotiki 6(11)41 4-Denise SHAW m x *2003 Raglan 6(11)42 4-Rachael SHAW twin 6(11)43 4-Naomi SHAW twin 6(11)44 4-Claude SHAW 6(11)5 3-Kathleen Alice EDWARDS 1965 *2003 Tikitiki m Leslie Kevin BOYNTON *2003 Whakatane 6(11)51 4-Edward BOYNTON 1982 [email protected] 2004 6(11)52 4-Lesley BOYNTON *2003 Oz 6(11)53 4-Joel BOYNTON 6(11)54 4-Taiea BOYNTON f 6(11)6 3-Paku Gordon EDWARDS (8.10.1966 Opotiki) *2009: [email protected] m Fiona WARDLAW *2003 Ohope 6(11)61 4-Paul Gordon EDWARDS 6(11)62 4-James Robert EDWARDS 6(11)8 3-Joseph EDWARDS *2003 pro football in Hawick,Scotland m1 x -Ashley EDWARDS m2 Monique -Rees EDWARDS

3. NGATI POROU ancestry of Kararaina & Makere Nongohau, wives of Charles George GOLDSMITH 1822-1894 & William James COLLIER 3.1 SOURCE 3.2 WHAKAPAPA from TOIKAIRAKAU to Kararaina & Makere Ngongohau 3.3 WHAKAPAPA from UENUKU to Hinetamaurangi, wife of (1^(27)) of 3.2 ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3.1 SOURCE: BOOK Title: Taura tangata : te Whakapapa o nga kiore o Ohinewaiapu; the GOLDSMITH/COLLIER genealogy; Compiled [i.e. prepared] & edited by Mihi Keita NGATA & Katerina Te Heikoko MATAIRA. Publisher: Raglan, N.Z. : Ahuru Press, 1988. ISBN: 0908692021 (pbk.) Description: ix, 304 p. [1] folded leaf of plates : ill., facsims, geneal. tables, maps, ports. ; 30 cm. Ngäti Porou (Maori people) Held at National Library and university libraries. - At VUW it is CS2179 G624 N576 p at N end of Level 1 under Big Books. CONTENTS OF BOOK VIII map of Ruawaipu Region 1 intro Foldout opposite - NGATI POROU Ancestry from UENUKU & TOIKAIRAKAU - 33 generations to family of Harete KARO & Matiu Ahuahou POITO (this section) 4-6 Historical notes 7-11 Te Papa Kainga 12-15 Ohinewaiapu marae 16-23 Nga korero a nga kuia me nga koroua - stories by Samuel Edward GOLDSMITH, Hanara Tirarua "Don" COLLIER (3rd child of Timi, 3 below), Heneriata WAITITI nee GOLDSMITH, Erana Nika HARRISON nee GOLDSMITH, Kura Te Wahirangi MULLIGAN nee GOLDSMITH, & Teki Mautoko "Dick" COLLIER (48 below). 24-25 Whakatauki from Apirana NGATA manuscripts 26 photo of Makere NGONGOHAU 27 key to whakapapa tables GOLDSMITH 28-153, 288-303 COLLIER 28, 154-287 Page & column numbers below refer to this book, eg p4/1 is page 4, column 1. Some of the material from the foldout may be from the following book, held at Turnbull (Wellington), Waikato U (Hamilton), Hastings, etc: Database: National Bibliographic Database Title: Porourangi School of Maori Culture, rauru-nui-a-Toi course ; A brief account of Ngati-Kahungunu origins / by Apirana T. Ngata. Author: Ngata, Apirana Turupa, Sir, 1874-1950. Publisher: [1972] Description: 1 v. (various pagings) : geneal. tables ; 31 cm. Subject: Ngäti Kahu Ngunu (Maori people)--History. Ngäti Kahu Ngunu (Maori people)--Origins. Maori (New Zealand people)--Genealogy. Series: Porourangi Maori Cultural School lecture ; 5,6,7. ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3.2 WHAKAPAPA from TOIKAIRAKAU to Kararaina & Makere Ngongohau The book quotes "the Apirana NGATA manuscript Rauru-nui-a-Toi Lectures". Turnbull Library advises that their release to the public is still under negotation with the NGATA family. Page numbers in [ ] are from the HARRIS notebook in 6. 0 0-"Toi" TOIKAIRAKAU .. ventured out to sea from Hawaiki in search of his grandson Whatonga .. Toi sailed SW & made landfall at Whakatane where he found a friendly & already well established people with whom he & his crew chose to remain. p4/1 JPS 2,99 Gudgeon: ancestor of Ngaiterangi, Ngati Awa, Ngati Pukeko, Tuhoe, Ngai tai, Whanau Apanui, Whakatohea, Ngati Porou, Rongowhakaata; Ngati Awa tradition is that Hoake & Tau told Toi of the kumara in his pa t Kaputerangi, Whakatane: the waka Te Aratawhao was built there to obtain the kumara from Hawaiki. Ngati Porou tradition is that the 2 men were Kahukura & Rongoiamo & their waka Horouta. p102 names 13 kinds of kumara & vol 3 p144 names 25 kinds. JPS 1,218 Gudgeon gives a whakapapa from Maui Potiki down to Toi to Te Wakanui m Ueroa (1^5)2 of 3.3 with child Uepohatu down to Eru Pahau (then aged 65) of the Ngati Uepohatu. 1 1-Rauru 11 2-Whatonga .. found his way home to Hawaiki & learning that his grfr had sailed S, turned his canoe S also. They were ultimately reunited... in the space of 200 years the Toi people were well established in many parts of the N Island as distinctive iwi groups. In the Taraiwhiti E Coast region the most significant iwi of the period were the Toi people of Ruawaipu (1^(12)) below, of Pokai m (1^(15))2(1^4) below, & of Uepohatu. p4/1 111 3-Apa 1111 4-Rutanga (1^5) 5-Rongomai (1^6) 6-Ahatiti (1^7) 7-Ruatapu (1^8) 8-Rakeiora (1^9) 9-Tamakitehau (1^(10)) 10-Tamakitera (1^(11)) 11-Tamahurumanu (1^(12)) 12-RUAWAIPU His territory was invaded by the Ngaoho of the NW - p5/2. (1^(13)) 13-Parawhenuamea (1^(14)) 14-Tamatauira (1^(15)) 15-MURIWHAKAPUTA [335] m TUERE (1^6)2 below. (1^(16)) 16-Rongomaikairae [335 459] (1^(17)) 17-Whatiuaroa [335] (1^(18)) 18-TUITIMATOA [335 337] (1^(19)) 19-TE AOTAKI [337 340] m HINEMAUREA [406] (1^(20)) 20-RUATAUPARE [271 340] p5/2 After the birth of her 6th child she suggested to her husband he marry Ti Ihiko (1^(15))2(1^8) below, which he did. She then moved to a pa near Okauwharetoa & then to Tuparoa & then with her daughters & baby son Wehiwehi to Tokomaru. Her other son Teterangiwhiu remained with his father. p6/1 m TUWHAKAIRIORA [271 274] He is (1^7)2(1^6) of 3.3 below. (1^(21)) 21-TUTERANGIWHIU [272 278-9] m Te Aotaihi [279 294] (1^(22)) 22-HUKARERE [279 284] m Puatohimaru [284 326] (1^(23)) 23-REREKOHU [265 283-4] m Kainau (1^(24)) 24-Te Uhunuioterangi [265 283] male p6/2 Killed at Te Kaha by Tamahae. m Te Uruahi The time of Cook's visits p6/2. Armed with guns the Ngapuhi under Hongi Hika, Te Morenga, Pomare & Te Wera raided the seaboard settlements of the Ngati Porou for women & slaves 1818-24. The devastation was such that in Horoera,Kawakawa & Wharekahika alone only those who escaped into the back country survived. Revs BUSBY & HOBBS of the Wesleyan mission reported 1838 the residue of the tribe numbered only 300. (1^(25)) 25-Tataingaoterangi [231 265] m Te Uruahi [cf HARRIS 265 283] (1^(26)) 26-Te Wakaatoka [232-3] m Nga Kuao *For ancestors see 7. (1^(27)) 27-Rangimoehoro [233] m Hinetamaurangi [205] She is (1^(20)) of 3.3 below. For another child of his see Maharata in 7. (1^(28)) 28-HARETE KARO [205 233] p8/1 A child when the Ngapuhi 1st attacked their pa - men, women & children fell dead about her. She fled to the high country but would never forget the silent tears of the mother who killed her whimpering child as the small group huddled from their pursuers in the undergrowth. m MATIU AHUAHOU POITO He is (1^5)2(1^8)2(1^6) below. p7/2 They lived at the great pa W of Kautuku beach N of Waiapu River, the site of the whare wananga Tapere-nui-a-Whatonga where the invasion of Tamahae was repulsed & the Ngapuhi warrior chiefs Pomare & Te Wera created panic & devastation with guns. They heard the reports of Taumataakura, Rukuata & others of their hapu whom the Ngapuhi had carried off as slaves, now returned. They'd been released into the hands of Rev Wm WILLIAMS & other missionaries in the Bay of Islands who instructed them for 6 months & then returned them home. Wm WILLIAMS preached to them & later to their neighbours at Whakawhitira. p8/1 At this time Harete had 5 children. Paratene was c8, Kararina c4 & Makere about to be born. p8/2 In 1834 they too obtained guns & were victorious over their old enemies the Whanau-a-Apanui with Taumataakura holding a pistol in one hand & bible in his other at the battle at Tokaakuku, with the aid of the Ngapuhi warrior Te Wera. Taumataakura then converted the Waiapu people to Christianity. By the time the 1st minister was appointed to Rangitukia in 1842 many including Harete & Matiu were ready for baptism. The whaling station at Port Awanui was well established with a few pakeha traders. By 1857 8 Maori-owned schooners were carryhing their own produce to Auckland & Sydney. It was in this climate their children grew up. It was with this generation of Maori women that the Pakeha whalers, traders & early settlers formed relationship with customary Maori marriage, as for their daughter Kararaina. (1^(29)) 29-Hine Kapuarangi (1^(28))2 29-PARATENE KAMURA Photo p11 (1^(28))3 29-Tipare (1^(28))4 29-KARARAINA d1858. In 1866 she sought refuge at Horoera during the Matawhero massacre when her daughter Maria aged 16 was killed. Buried at Kamiti. m 1847 (p8/2) Charles George GOLDSMITH 1822-1894 3 children by her. See book for issue. He took Kararaina & 1st child Rapata to Waipiro Bay where in 1851 he had established a trading post & store. p10/1. In 1854 he bought 17 acres at Huiatoa on the L bank of the Waipaoa River, Gisborne. In 1856 she attended the huge hui for the consecration by Bishop SELWYN of the new church St John's at Rangitukia - the last time with her whanau. The rise of the King movement had begun. p10/2 By 1865 the Maori had polarised into 2 camps - those for the Queen & her government & those opposed - including most of the Ngati Porou. In the Waiapu the supporter of the queen, Mokena Kohere, was attacked by a company of Maori King supporters en route from Turanga to Opotiki. (1^(28))5 29-Herekaipuke (1^(28))6 29-MAKERE NGONGOHAU Buried at Kamiti (p18). m1 1864 (p10/1) Charles George GOLDSMITH 1822-1894 See book for 3 chn & issue. m2 William James COLLIER He is 0 of Section 3 below. See there for issue. (1^(28))7 29-Miriama (1^(28))8 29-Kupahu (1^(28))9 29-Raro (1^(23))2 24-Matakitaki male p6/2 Killed at Te Kaha by Tamahae. (1^(20))2 21-Teterangiwhiu male (1^(20))3 21-Wehiwehi male (1^(20))4 21-Mariu (1^(20))41 22-Hinetapora p6/1 Killed as an old lady by Tamahae. (1^(15))2 16-NIWA 1 m TANETANGIIA He is (1^(11))2(1^8) below. (1^(15))21 17-Kauwhakaheia (1^(15))211 18-Niwa 2 (1^(15))2111 19-Kainuku m Moeora (1^(15))2(1^4) 20-POHATU female ? m POKAI This name appears in 7. (1^(15))2(1^5) 21-Rongomaiwharemanuka m Te Rangitauriaiwaho [349] (1^(15))2(1^6) 22-RAKAIROA [303 349] m Te Aohore [303 313] (1^(15))2(1^7) 23-Hiakaitaria [314-5] m Marupapanui [315 340] (1^(15))2(1^8) 24-Te Aomania [315] m Rongotaihiao [315 338] (1^(15))2(1^9) 25-TE IHIKO-O-TE-RANGI female [271 315] m1 Tuhauanu They lived at Puketapu pa. m2 TUWHAKAIRIORA [271 274] He is (1^7)2(1^6) of 3.3 below. The story of how he took her from her 1st husband is told at the end of p5/2. This was his 2nd wife. She bore him 6 daughers & 3 sons. (1^(15))2(1^(10)) 26-TINATOKA [272 291] He & his brother Tuhorouta shared the mana of their ageing father & domination over his lands & passed it on to Hukarere, Hunaara & Takimoana 1, the latter 2 establishing the Whanau-a-Hunaara & Whanau-a-Taimoana groups. This was "the classical period" when the arts flourished & the whare wananga Taperenui-a-Whatonga at Rangitukia taught selected young people. p6/1 m R.. [394] (1^(15))2(1^(11)) 27-TAKIMOANA 1 (1^(15))2(1^9)2 26-TUHOROUTA [271 282] m Moahiraia (1^(15))2(1^9)21 27-HUNAARA [282-3] m Whakaohonga/Whakaohanga [283 291] (1^(15))2(1^9)211 28-TAKIMOANA 2 [291] m Rangituhi/Rangituhia [291 315] (1^(15))2(1^9)2111 29-Tuwharerakau [291 352] (1^(15))2(1^9)2(1^4) 30-Te Keteupoko [234 291] m Tawaioterangi [cf HARRIS] (1^(15))2(1^9)2(1^5) 31-Nga Kopura [234] m Kuraiteawhenga She/he is (1^(15))2112(1^(13)) below. (1^(15))2(1^9)2(1^6) 32-MATIU AHUAHOU POITO * [233-4] m (1^(28)) HARETE KARO [205 233] She is (1^(28)) above. See there for issue. (1^(15))2112 19-Rapa (1^(15))21121 20-Minihitaua (1^(15))211211 21-Mapere (1^(15))2112111 22-Tuhoroa (1^(15))2112(1^4) 23-Hokimaitera (1^(15))2112(1^5) 24-Punahomoa (1^(15))2112(1^6) 25-Raurikiao (1^(15))2112(1^7) 26-Takapumaro (1^(15))2112(1^8) 27-Akitu (1^(15))2112(1^9) 28-Uetaha (1^(15))2112(1^(10)) 29-Karapa (1^(15))2112(1^(11)) 30-Taputengu (1^(15))2112(1^(12)) 31-KIORE 2 (Kiore 1 does not appear on this chart; we shall name Kiore 1 that appearing on p459 of HARRIS ex Kahukuramamangu 2.) (1^(15))2112(1^(13)) 32-Kuraitewhenga m Nga Kopura She/he is (1^(15))2(1^9)2(1^5) above. See there for issue. (1^(12))2 13-Ruawhaitiri (1^(12))21 14-Uekapuanui (1^(12))211 15-Tamateaarahia p5/1 This rangatira was among those killed by invading Ngaoho. (1^(12))2111 16-TAMATEAUPOKO [511] She sought refuge with her Porourangi allies at Whangara where she married. p5/1. She told her sons to vindicate the death of her father by driving the Ngaoho from their lands & repossessing their Ruawaipu territory. m UEKAIAHU They had 9 children. (1^(12))21111 17-Tamakoro male (1^(12))21112 17-Uetaha male These 2 with their half-brother Tahania & their Pororangi allies repossessed the Ruawaipu lands (p15/1,2) tho the Ngaituere warrior band under these 3 brothers was small compared with the Ngaoho. (1^(12))21113 17-Pungawerewere (1^(11))2 12-Tamaikakea (1^(11))21 13-Pahuruoterangi (1^(11))211 14-Tamakake (1^(11))2111 15-Tangatapahau (1^(11))2(1^4) 16-Urumaraki (1^(11))2(1^5) 17-Te Ariaterangi (1^(11))2(1^6) 18-Tahitokurumaranga (1^(11))2(1^7) 19-Tamateanihomakuru (1^(11))2(1^8) 20-TANETANGIIA m NIWA 1 She is (1^(15))2 above. See there for issue. ------------------------------------- 3.3 WHAKAPAPA from UENUKU to Hinetamaurangi, wife of (1^(27)) of 3.2 above. A 2nd source for this section is JPS1 [Gudgeon?, Jnl Pol Soc 1 p229]. 0 0-UENUKU [449] For his ancestry & another child see (1^6)2 of 1.1. p4/2 a powerful Hawaiki ariki with many sons by several wives. 1 1-Kahutiarerangi, renamed as PAIKEA. This child of Uenuku's 1st wife was his favourite. So Ruatapu (2 below) resolved to drown him. The plan did not work -left in a sinking canoe he called up a taniwha in the shape of a whale who carried him SW to the Island of Ahuahu (Mercury) with the aid of a tidal wave. He took the name of the taniwha, Paikea, for himself. He found his way to territory of Ruawaipu (1^(12)) of 3.2. At a lake near East Cape he met his wife. They later moved S to settle at Whangara. See JPS 3,177 for places named by Paikea & the pohutukawa Otikomaitawhiti - the 1st to bloom. JPS 1,61 P SMITH: Paikea settled at Whangara naming 13 places eg Rangitoto. m HUTURANGI daughter of Whironui who navigated the Nukutere waka to the region & settled with the Ruawaipu people. JPS 2,37 (this Whironui was) probably not the great voyager. See 7. for more descendants. 11 2-Pouheni m Mahangairerangi 111 3-Tarawhakatu m Te Ahunga He is 21 below. 1111 4-Nanaia [460] m Niwaniwa NOTE JPS1 [Gudgeon, Jnl Pol Soc 1 p229] & HARRIS 460 [see 6.] give Nanaia as child of Hau child of Ruatapu child of Uenuku & Niwaniwa as child of Pouheni. (1^5) 5-POROURANGI (b at Whangara) [1 459] m HAMOTERANGI (1^6) 6-Hau [1] male (3 sons) m Tamatearoia (1^7) 7-RAKAIPO [1] male m Hinehurihuritai [1] (1^8) 8-Rakiwharenga (1^9) 9-Pihatewaiora (1^(10)) 10-RARAMATAI (1^(11)) 11-Tamateakuhakauri (1^(12)) 12-Paraheka (1^(13)) 13-Puehu (1^(14)) 14-Tarangaroa (1^(15)) 15-Rangipuakangahau m Matatini (1^(16)) 16-Tuterangiterehua m Tumokai (1^(17)) 17-Tamaauahi m Te Arohata (1^(18)) 18-Tuaea m Te Rangitaupopoki (1^(19)) 19-Aohokokai m Te Mawake (1^(20)) 20-Kohiku [205] m Iringaika [205] (1^(20)) 21-Hinetamaurangi [205] m Rangimoehoro [233] He is (1^(27)) of 3.2 above. See there for issue. (1^7)2 8-Rakaiwetenga [1] (1^7)21 9-Tapu o te haurangi [1] (1^7)211 10-Tawakeurunga aka Tawaki urunga [1] (1^7)2(1^3) 11-Rakaimoehau [1 103] (1^7)2(1^4) 12-POROUMATA [103 303] p5/1 killed with his sons on a fishing trip at Whareponga by Ngati Ruanuku m Whaene She also descends from (1^5) Porourangi. (1^7)2(1^5) 13-ATAAKURA [104 273] His 2nd daughter p5/1 told her son to avenge the death of her father & brothers. (1^7)2(1^6) 14-TUWHAKAIRIORA [271 274] On the beach at Wharekahika he met his 1st wife bathing. p5/2. Later he lead a band of warriors to Whareponga where he defeated the Ngati Ruanuku, avenging his grandfather. This battle was the 1st of many. He established a pa at Okauwharetoa & hence the Ngati Tuwhakairiora. m1 RUATAUPARE She is (1^(20)) of 3.2 above. See there for issue. (1^7)2(1^3)2 12-Hine kehu This branch is from JPS1. (1^7)2(1^3)21 13-Tamataonui 1 (1^7)2(1^3)2(1^2) 14-Kahukuramoko (1^7)2(1^3)2(1^3) 15-Tamataonui 2 (1^7)2(1^3)2(1^4) 16-Te Aomoengariki (1^7)2(1^3)2(1^5) 17-Te Kiwa o Rehua (1^7)2(1^3)2(1^6) 18-Te Urukakingarangi (1^7)2(1^3)2(1^7) 19-Te Urumahora (1^7)2(1^3)2(1^8) 20-Hinepau (1^7)2(1^3)2(1^9) 21-Hopuao (1^7)2(1^3)2(1^(10)) 22-Te Kaitaia (1^7)2(1^3)2(1^(11)) 23-Te Kekerangi (1^7)2(1^3)2(1^(1)) 2-Tikitiki o rangi (1^7)2(1^3)2(1^(1)) 2-Wikiriwhi Matehe "Head chief of main line of Ngati Porou still living at least 90" - [Find year of JPS1!] (1^7)2(1^3)2(1^(1)) 2-Mere (1^7)2(1^3)2(1^(1)) 2-Hoani Matauru (1^7)2(1^3)2(1^(1)) 2-Heni te ao (1^6)2 7-TUERE male m MURIWHAKAPUTA (1^(15)) above. See there for issue. (1^5)2 6-Ueroa male: for a wife & child see under 0 of 3.2. (1^5)3 6-Rongomaianiwaniwa female 2 1-RUATAPU [460] It is not known whether he migrated to Aotearoa. 21 2-Te Ahunga m Tarawhakatu She is 111 above. See there for issue. 22 2-Hau 1 JPS1 221 3-Nanaia * JPS1

4. COLLIER of East Cape - excerpts - see the book for more! SOURCES Sam EDWARDS 6(11) of 1., & the book in 3.1 above. GENERATION 1 p28 0 0-William James COLLIER p159: came to Port Awanui c1850 & traded on the East Coast to Gisborne. He had a shop with a Mr PEACHEY at Te Araroa. m1 c1867 (p11/1) Makere NGONGOHAU She is (1^(28))6 of 3.2 above. Buried at Kamiti (p18). Her 2nd husband. 1 1-Haami COLLIER 1869 Rangitukia. p159: spent much of his life working with sheep aroundthe Port Awanui & Waiomatatini district, droving mainly for Sir Apirana NGATA. m1 Ripeka GREEN p142-153; m2 Hinekehu KAUA p154-159 2 1-Peia COLLIER male 1873-1938 p160-183 killed by a horse (p18) m Materoa BABBINGTON 3 1-Timi COLLIER 1876-1949 p184-227 p7/1: built his home at Kamiti with his "brother" Tete GOLDSMITH m Te Aomihia TUREI 1880-1952 4 1-Hamiora COLLIER 1880-1948 p228-277 0 0-William James COLLIER m2 Maraea KUIKA * p278-285 5 1-Tumau COLLIER adopted, no issue 6 1-Erana COLLIER m1 Mokena TUAU m2 Hemi Koha WIKITAPU p278-280 7 1-Tame COLLIER d1907 m Titoha TURANGI p280-285 0 0-William James COLLIER m3 Po Koherangi KINGI (Otiria), KERIKERI * p286-287 8 1-William (Bill) COLLIER m Hiria TE KANI p286-7 ............................................... GENERATION 2 1 1-Haami COLLIER 1869 m1 Ripeka GREEN p142-153 11 2-Keita COLLIER m Tamati Te OWAI no issue 12 2-Kararaina COLLIER 1891-1966 m William KIRK 1873-1953 Jack Frederick Norman Tom Harold Claire Barney Kereama (Ted) Hinerangi Molly James 13 2-Rutu Teoharepe COLLIER 1894-1972 m Renata PARKER 1891-1977 Wiremu Rakiora Lily Morgan Abraham Ripeka Ethel 1 1-Haami COLLIER 1869 m2 Hinekehu KAUA p154-159 14 2-Tame COLLIER 1898-1917 no issue 15 2-Te Aute Matuakore COLLIER 1900 m Ann TANGAERE 16 2-Mihi Keita COLLIER 1902 m Riwai Huihui WAWATAI 1904 17 2-Erana Te Ohaki COLLIER 1905 m Rere POI 18 2-Renata Pohatu COLLIER 1907 m Ann Teoraiti SADLIER 1914 19 2-Katerina Raumata COLLIER 1909 m1 Nopera Akhuata BROWN m2 Rere HAUITI 2 1-Peia COLLIER male 1873-1938 m Materoa BABBINGTON p160-183 21 2-Maraea COLLIER no issue 22 2-Ruataupare (Rose) COLLIER 1894 m1 Alf HICKS m2 Max FRY p162 23 2-Iranui COLLIER 1895 m Waipuke Wati RUKA p162-6 24 2-Whaiora COLLIER m1 Karaitiana MANUEL m2 Reta KEIHA p166 25 2-Ivy COLLIER 1900 (adopted by MCGUIRE) m Les HUGHES p166-7 26 2-Merekaraka COLLIER m1 Jack IOAPA m2 Harry LUNKEN p167 27 2-Kareti Haeropo COLLIER 1904-82 m Te Heapera (Bella) Matekino GRACE 1910-84 p168-172 28 2-Wiremu COLLIER MCGUIRE (adopted by MCGUIRE) m1 Te Oriwa HALBERT m2 Elsa DONALDSON p172 29 2-Hine Awatea Te Rangi COLLIER no issue p172 2(10) 2-Te Iwa (Eva) COLLIER 1909-87 m1 Karaitiana Kupara KENNEDY m2 Patrick WHITE p174-9 2(11) 2-Rawiri 1910 COLLIER (adopted by MCGUIRE) m Tere Aniani STAINTON p179 2(12) 2-Petipiria (Bessie) COLLIER 1912 m1 Jack BRENNAN m2 Ray MORGAN p179 2(13) 2-Paratene (Jim) COLLIER 1913 m Jill OUTEN p179 2(14) 2-Mokemoke (Margaret) COLLIER m Dave ELLIOT p179-180 2(15) 2-Tipirori COLLIER m1 Rene MARTELL m2 Kui HAEREWA p180 2(16) 2-Kuini COLLIER m Mahanga HUHU p180-3 3 1-Timi COLLIER 1876-1949 m Te Aomihia TUREI 1880-1952 p184-5 31 2-Heneriata COLLIER 1900-42 m Te Hokianga Taipiri BROWN p186-193 32 2-Mihi COLLIER 1902 no issue p193 33 2-Hanara Tirarua (Don) COLLIER 1904 m Heni Jean Urupa PIPI p194-199 34 2-William Francis (Piri) COLLIER 1906 (photo p201) m Ereti LIMA p200-205 Does Ereti descends from Jose Manuel? 35 2-Merekaraka COLLIER 1906 twin m1 Augustus Olflato CHAMBERLAIN p206 m2 Wi Paraire RANGIHUNA p206-209 36 2-Iwangaro Kururangi COLLIER m Sophie TePaea Nekenoa Hine Kaukia CHAMBERS p210-211 37 2-Charlotte Moana (Harete) COLLIER 1910 m Piniera (Bindy) PAHURU Snr 1912 p212-213 38 2-Heni Turei COLLIER 1913 m Jim AUPOURI p214-215 39 2-Hariata COLLIER 1916 m1 Thomas (Toddy) LIMA p216-7 m2 Erueti (Boy) WAITITI p216-220 m3 Taki Oterangi TUHAKA 1922 p220-221 3(10) 2-Tom Piuta Te Urunga Te Ra COLLIER 1919 m Harai PATUWAI 1932 p222-223 3(11) 2-Winnie COLLIER 1922 m1 William George WALKER p224-5 m2 Jack Rupert WIHONGI p224-5 3(12) 2-Matiu Poito COLLIER 1924 (adopted by Peia) m Kirimamae POHATU 1929 p226-227 4 1-Hamiora COLLIER 1880-1947 Photo p229. Assisted his brothers in farming at Haha Station, living with his wife & chn at Kamiti (p23/1). He then developed a farm at Waiopu. Then he took a lease at Huiarau. He bought land at Kutarere & built his 2nd house there. Later (he) ventured to Opotiki & with the help of his brother Timi farmed under lease. When the lease was surrendered he set up permanent residence there. Buried at Kamiti (p23). m Ema TE REREMOANA 1883-1955 41 2-Wetini William COLLIER 1889 p18/1 started as a blacksmith at Opotiki then set up an engineering workshop .. m1 Bessie PAPUNI, m2 Anati WALKER 42 2-Hone Te Ware COLLIER 1901-81 m Winnie Puti BIDDLE 1911 43 2-Makere Te Waiwharangi COLLIER 1903-84 m Darcey Lorraine RANKIN 1904 44 2-Rapata Te Urikore COLLIER 1904 m Nellie BIDDLE 1916 45 2-Heni Koharo COLLIER 1905 m Keith PEACHEY 46 2-Ema Te Nohomokemoke COLLIER 1906-80 m Joseph Robert EDWARDS 1903-69 p254-261 * He is 6 of 1. See there for issue. 47 2-Piripi Ngamoni COLLIER 1908 m Hena Rangituia MATAITAUA 1908 48 2-Teki Mautoko "Dick" COLLIER 1911 See p21-23 for his story. (Why does he call the book co-author Nika who m HARRISON his sister on p23/2?) m Edith Kui HEREMIA 1911-73 49 2-Henare Te Aratia COLLIER 1912-52 m Ani Terau Miria HALBERT 4(10) 2-Te Reremoana COLLIER 1914-16 4(11) 2-Arapeta Te Moanaroa COLLIER 1916 m1 Acushla SINGLETON 1915-65, m2 Effie GILBERT, m3 Betty Mary BRIGHOUSE 4(12) 2-Parekura Sidney COLLIER 1918 m Myrtle Thelma WADE 1915 4(13) 2-Keita Kapuarangi "Gaye" COLLIER 1919 m Herewini Hape NGAMOKI 4(14) 2-Te Oranoa COLLIER 1920 m William OAKES 4(15) 2-Karaitiana Pakura COLLIER 1922 m Marion WILLIAMS 4(16) 2-Etera Te Waewae Tapu "Cecil" COLLIER 1923 m Evadne PAPUNI 4(17) 2-Tangiaroha "Lovey" COLLIER 1924 m Richard RAKO 5 1-Tumau COLLIER adopted, no issue 6 1-Erana COLLIER m1 Mokena TUAU 61 2-Hamana TUAU 62 2-Hana Koha WIKITAPU 1905-85 m Joseph KOUKA 1904-79 p278-281 63 2-Marae Koha WIKITAPU m Rawhiti PARAPARA 64 2-Hemi Koha WIKITAPU 6 1-Erana COLLIER m2 Hemi Koha WIKITAPU p278-280 No issue 7 1-Tame COLLIER d1907 m Titoha TURANGI p280-285 71 2-Hoani Koria John COLLIER 1911-84 m Heni Tawhai KINGI 1919 p280-5 72 2-Irimanuka Mary COLLIER 1919-32 no issue p284 8 1-William (Bill) COLLIER m Hiria TE KANI p286-7 81 2-Jim COLLIER m1 Matehuirua m2 Mai KOHA 82 2-Te Koherangi COLLIER m1 Stanley JOHNSTON m2 Tiopira .......................................................... GENERATION 3 (only for 34 p200-202 & 4 p230-277) For more see the book. 34 2-William Francis (Piri) COLLIER 1906 m Ereti LIMA 342 3-Mani(hera) Waititi COLLIER photo p203 as proprietor of Tikitiki Hotel m Ria MATEHAERE p200 3421 Edith May COLLIER m Stewart BAKER 3422 Emily Marion COLLIER m Robt NORTHOVER 3423 Helen Rose COLLIER m Alan HARE 3424 Denise Olive COLLIER m Apirana NGATA (How is he related to Sir Ap. NGATA?) 3425 Thomas Manuel Lima COLLIER m Margaret Try 2 Kanuka Pl Edgecumbe Whakatane 0-7-304 9239 3426 Kevin John C 3427 Randal Bruce COLLIER Try 16 Cross Rd Ruatoria 0-6-864 8130 or 165 Bridge St Opotiki 0-7-315 7010 (2003) 3428 Hukarere COLLIER Try Ha Ha St Tikitiki 0-6-864 3700 (2003). 3429 Matthew Lister C 342(10) Nicola Marcelle C 342(11) Frankcene Diana C 41 2-Wetini William COLLIER 1889 m1 Bessie PAPUNI p230-239 411 3-Ruth COLLIER 1920-88 m George REWITA 1911 p230-232 [41 2-Wetini William COLLIER 1889] m2 Anati WALKER 412 3-Eddie COLLIER 1923-before 1988 m Mary TE PUAWHE 1923 p232-234 413 3-Teowai COLLIER m George KELLAND p234 414 3-Molly Marewa COLLIER 1931 m Neil Joseph Ngakuru EDWARDS 1932 [Related?] p234-6 415 3-James "Jim" COLLIER m Annette JACKSON p236-8 416 3-Joseph Paratene COLLIER m Evelyn Rongopai DUFF p238 417 3-Heke COLLIER m Kohepare KINGI [NGATAI] p238-9 418 3-Sally Harete COLLIER m Trevor BATES p239 419 3-Kura COLLIER 1941 m John MCMILLAN 1939 p239 42 2-Hone Te Ware COLLIER 1901-81 m Winnie Puti BIDDLE 1911 p240-245 421 3-John Junior COLLIER 1931 m Constance Vivienne DONNER p240 422 3-Sonny Wi Patiki COLLIER 1933 m Clara HATA 1936-76 p240 423 3-Robert Biddle COLLIER 1934 m Turuturu BUTLER p242 424 3-Tamati Kaiwai COLLIER 1935 m1 Marama BELMONT, m2 Pahemata DAVIS p242 425 3-Peter COLLIER 1937 m2 Raewyn Edith TANGAROA 1950 p242 426 3-Patricia Maraea COLLIER 1938 m Ropiha Nicholas Sally WILLIAMS 1936 p242-4 427 3-Murray Waimarie COLLIER 1939 m1 Pearl SOUTAR, m2 Huia HATA 1948 p244 428 3-Ellen Matekina COLLIER 1954 m Thomas Henry SMITH p244 429 3-Gloria Dawn Rangimarie COLLIER 1954 [Refer to Teki "Dick" C] m Neville Ngai Te Rangi TAHERE 1949 p244 43 2-Makere Te Waiwharangi COLLIER 1903-84 m Darcey Lorraine RANKIN 1904 p246-9 431 3-Darcey RANKIN 1926 m Mere Rohario STEWART 1933 p246 432 3-Lennie RANKIN 1929 m Elaine MILLER p246 433 3-George RANKIN 1932 434 3-Pauline RANKIN 1934 m David SCOTT p246 435 3-Tui RANKIN 1935 m Ron MCCORMICK p246-8 436 3-Mervyn RANKIN m Beverley WEBB p248 437 3-Hughie RANKIN m Hazel DRUMMOND p248 44 2-Rapata Te Urikore COLLIER 1904 m Nellie BIDDLE 1916 p250-1 441 3-Kararaina "Carol" COLLIER m Gordon HAMMERICH p250 442 3-Heni Kohao "Janice" COLLIER m Pera KAWITI p250 443 3-Robert COLLIER m Kitty p250 444 3-David COLLIER m Shona p250 445 3-Jacqueline COLLIER m Dennis MITCHELL p250 45 2-Heni Koharo COLLIER 1905 m Keith PEACHEY p252-3 451 3-Florence May COLLIER m Peter DOWD p252 452 3-Keith PEACHEY Jnr m Ines p252 47 2-"Phil" Piripi Ngamoni COLLIER 1908 m Hena Rangituia MATAITAUA 1908 p254-5 471 3-Joseph Phillip COLLIER 1935-c1992 Coromandel. Adopted from 6 of Section 1 above where he appears as 66. See there for issue 661-664. m Queenie 4 chn 472 3-Douglas Kawhena Rangitu COLLIER 1961 48 2-Teki Mautoko "Dick" COLLIER 1911 m Edith Kui HEREMIA 1911-73 p264- 481 3-Vivienne Heni COLLIER 1932 m Hati GAGE 1927-75 9 chn p264 482 3-"Betty" Elizabeth Hinerangi COLLIER 1933 m Joseph Ipo TE MAIPI 1929 3 chn 483 3-Raymond Rangi COLLIER 1935 m Jeanette WILLIAMS 1938 6 chn p266 484 3-Maraea COLLIER 1936-36 485 3-Thomas COLLIER 1937 m Tangi TIBBLE 5 chn p266-8 486 3-Ora Mary COLLIER 1938 m1 John COLLINS 10 chn, m2 Robbie ANDREWS -1984 2 chn, p268 487 3-Richard John COLLIER 1939 m Allison SISLEY 1947 5 chn p268 488 3-Adrian Peia COLLIER 1941 m Beverly CRISP 3 chn p268 489 3-Christopher COLLIER 1942 m Janice BALDWIN 7 chn p269 48(10) 3-Sam Tohuaroha COLLIER 1943 m Dorothy Wi JOHN 1944 8 chn p269 48(11) 3-Pearl Te Aroha COLLIER 1945 m1 James KAHUKIWA 1 son, m2 Terry RUTHERFORD 6 chn p269 48(12) 3-Peter COLLIER 1947 m Waimate Elizabeth KORA 6 chn p269 48(13) 3-Marion Sandra COLLIER 1948 m Ian HUNIA 5 chn p270 48(14) 3-Brian Morris COLLIER 1949 m Ann WATERSON 2 chn p270 *2003 They have a kiwifruit orchard in Omaramutu, W of Opotiki. 48(15) 3-Edith Kelly COLLIER 1952 m David KAHIKA 6 chn p270 48(16) 3-Mary Anne COLLIER 1954 m Tawi Tyronne PEPENE 1955 3 chn p270 48(17) 3-Gloria Dawn Rangimarie COLLIER 1954 "Refer to Hone & Winnie" FIND!! m Neville TAHERE 1949 2 chn p270 48(18) 3-Julian COLLIER 1957 m Maunda Josephine PRYOR 3 chn p270 49 2-Henare Te Aratia COLLIER 1912-52 m Ani Terau Miria HALBERT p271 491 3-Yvonne Te Aokairau COLLIER m Walter Thomas ADDISON 3 chn p271 492 3-Waikatohu COLLIER m Helen Blanche POMEROY 2 chn p271 493 3-Waikahua COLLIER m Annette 6 chn p271 494 3-Henare Te Aratia COLLIER m Averill Dawn LANCASTER 5 chn p271 495 3-Rongomoana Donald COLLIER m Leonie Faye NERSON 3 chn p271 496 3-Julian Tauriri COLLIER m Heather DUNNING 3 chn p271 4(11) 2-Arapeta Te Moanaroa COLLIER 1916 m1 Acushla SINGLETON 1915-65 4(11)1 3-Peter McMath COLLIER 1937 m Valerie 5 chn p272 4(11)2 3-Bryan Edward COLLIER 4(11)3 3-Kathleen Margaret COLLIER 4(11)4 3-James Allan COLLIER m Maree GRIFFIN 3 chn p272 4(11)5 3-Dorothy June COLLIER m Dennis NISBETT -Connie May 1982 4(12) 2-Parekura Sidney COLLIER 1918 m Myrtle Thelma WADE 1915 p274 4(12)1 3-Alfred Barry Sidney COLLIER 1938 m Susan Mary BRAY 1947 -Patricia Ann 1966,Kathleen 1968, Trevor Neil 1969 4(12)2 3-Kim COLLIER 1960 m Sherryl Diane KING 1962 -Olivia Jane 1985 4(13) 2-Keita Kapuarangi "Gaye" COLLIER 1919 m Herewini Hape NGAMOKI p274 4(13)1 3-Herewini NGAMOKI m Jocelyne CAMPBELL -Kim,Sheree,Leanne 4(13)2 3-Reremoana NGAMOKI m Stuart SCOTT -Sharon,David 4(13)3 3-Florence NGAMOKI m Clyde BARNETT -Craig,Ngaereanne 4(13)4 3-Apanui NGAMOKI m Gannie KOMENE -Trevor,Shona 4(13)5 3-Robert NGAMOKI m Sandra HIRIWANI -Rita 4(13)6 3-John NGAMOKI m Alison MORRELL -Jarred 4(14) 2-Te Oranoa COLLIER 1920 m William OAKES p275 4(14)1 3-Lawrence William OAKES m Rose -Lawrence OAKES Jnr 4(14)2 3-Albert Te Na OAKES m Te Aroha HOHAIA -Jason 1973 4(14)3 3-Taku Wetini OAKES m Nina -Kamol 1975,Sharlene 1977,Te Wiremu 1978 4(14)4 3-Raymond OAKES m Queenie -Claudine,Danielle Maria 4(14)5 3-Matiu Poito OAKES m Mary Jane CHAPMAN -Tane 1976,Kiwa 1980,Mana 1983 4(14)6 3-Gary OAKES m Lynne BLACK -Karen 1977, Tania Ora 1979 4(15) 2-Karaitiana Pakura COLLIER 1922 m Marion WILLIAMS p275 4(15)1 3-Christine COLLIER 1953 m Bruce MATHEWS -Daniel 1978,Ripeka 1981 4(15)2 3-Leith COLLIER 1955 m Ian HART 4(16) 2-Etera Te Waewae Tapu "Cecil" COLLIER 1923 m Evadne PAPUNI p276 4(16)1 3-Mary COLLIER m Edward HEENEY -Fiona,Rhoda,Blair 4(16)2 3-Gabrielle COLLIER m Richard POHARAMA -Robert,Karena,Naman,Michelle 4(16)3 3-Karen COLLIER m Percy HETARAKA -Keri,Kim,John,Percy 4(16)4 3-Glenys COLLIER m Frank HAKARAIA -Tania, Lana twins ad by Etera COLLIER 4(17) 2-Tangiaroha "Lovey" COLLIER 1924 m Richard RAKO p276 4(17)1 3-Lynette RAKO m Martin SUA -Mary,Julie,Martin,Stephen,Allison 4(17)2 3-Richard RAKO m Lynne WEBBY -Aaron 4(17)3 3-Phillip RAKO m Pam HODGES -Kane,Karl 4(17)4 3-John RAKO m Gloria HODGES 4(17)5 3-Allan RAKO 4(17)6 3-Marlene RAKO 4(17)7 3-David RAKO 4(17)8 3-Tina RAKO 4(17)9 3-Shane RAKO

4.2 Some COLLIER clues COLLIER in Tikitiki from http://www.whitepages.co.nz/ (2003): Collier A G Beach Rd Rangitukia Tikitiki 0-6-864 3055 Collier H Ha Ha St Tikitiki 0-6-864 3700 Collier W Ha Ha St Tikitiki 0-6-864 3778

5. TUHOU of East Cape area SOURCES: 6(10) Sam EDWARDS , ** ASK 61 Pooks of 1 above & 3 Lucy, 8 Kath below the GOLDSMITH/COLLIER book for 8. NB For another TUHOU family see go to www.taiaha.org and click on the tree button next to family tree of Jasmin WILSON -thanks to Leon WILSON [email protected] 2003 GENERATION 1 0 0-Jock TUHOU bc1925 near Gisborne (Te Puia or Ruatoria?) m Kuini Rawinia MCCLATCHIE/MCCLUTCHIE bc1925 She descends from whaler Captain William Gardiner MCCLATCHIE d c. 1855 by drowning. See http://mcclutchie.wharekahika.co.nz/pafn01.htm 1 1-Kuini "Googoo" TUHOU d m Jack WARU d of Tolaga Bay 2 1-"Jolly" Horiata TUHOU (d25.12.2002 Foxton, bur. Plimmerton) 3 1-Lucy TUHOU *2002 in Wellington m1 Sunny CRAWFORD, m2 Piko ARTHUR d Wellington 4 1-Anne TUHOU m Selwyn MCGREGOR *2002 in Silverstream, Wellington 5 1-June TUHOU m Sam EDWARDS . He is 46(10) of 1. above. See there for issue. 6 1-Ozzie TUHOU m Vina WOODFORD *2002 in Waipukarau 7 1-Kemara TUHOU *2002 in S Island. m/sep'd 8 1-Kath TUHOU *2002 in Ruatoria m Reg HARRISON d Photo of them on p132. Reg was the 11th child of Raniera HARRISON 1903-71 (photo p117) & Erana Nika GOLDSMITH p116 (photo p117). Nika was the 12th child of Edward James GOLDSMITH 1866-1949 & Meri Waihuka Huriwhenua Matauru 1868-1941 (p62 photo p63). Edward is??? Tete (photo p63) son of Makere Ngongohau & CG GOLDSMITH of 3.2. 9 1-Jock TUHOU *2002 in Hamilton m (10) 1-Polly Rose TUHOU adopted out in S Island .......................................................... GENERATION 2 PAKU TO GET CHN OF FOLLOWING: 1 1-Kuini "Googoo" TUHOU d m Jack WARU d of Tolaga Bay 2 1-"Jolly" Horiata TUHOU (d25.12.2002 Foxton, bur. Plimmerton) m1 21 2-Hone/John TUHOU *2003 Te Marua, Upper Hutt m2 Frances *2003 Shanon tel 06 362 8003 3 1-Lucy TUHOU *2003 3 Moult St, Titahi Bay, Wellington m1 Sunny CRAWFORD, m2 Piko ARTHUR d Wellington 4 1-Anne TUHOU m Selwyn MCGREGOR *2002 in Silverstream, Wellington 5 1-June TUHOU m Sam EDWARDS He is 6(10) of 1. above. See there for issue. 6 1-Ozzie TUHOU m Vina WOODFORD *2003 Racecourse Rd,Waipukarau tel 06 858 7880? 7 1-Kemara TUHOU *2002 in S Island. m/sep'd 8 1-Kathleen Kaa Hutihuti TUHOU (1947) *2002 in Ruatoria m `Reg' Whare Retimana HARRISON (1947) d photo p132; 11th child of Raniera HARRISON 1903-71 & Erana Nika GOLDSMITH 1910 p116 photos p117 12th child p62 of Meri Waihuka Huriwhenua MATAURU 1868-1941 & Edward James GOLDSMITH p28 photos p63, 2nd child of Charles George GOLDSMITH 1822-94 (photo p29) & his 3rd wife Makere NGONGOHAU 9 1-Jock TUHOU *2002 in Hamilton m .......................................................... GENERATION 3 8 1-Kathleen Kaa Hutihuti TUHOU (1947) *2002 in Ruatoria m `Reg' Whare Retimana HARRISON (1947) d photo p132+ photo of children 1-4 81 Reg Tuakana HARRISON 1967 82 Mavis Marama HARRISON 1968 83 Jury Te Urikore HARRISON 1969 84 Raanie Terarua HARRISON 1971-88 85 Delia Aroha HARRISON 1979

6. NGATI POROU ancestry from HARRIS - NOT YET INCLUDED IN APPENDIX F SOURCE "Maori genealogy East Coast" by Francis Robert HARRIS (1858-1931) annotated by Elsdon BEST; Microfilm 0089, Archives Section, Turnbull Library, Wellington. This is about 500 pages of cross-referenced handwritten charts. To date we have only copied pages with ancestors of Makere Ngongohau who married COLLIER & GOLDSMITH. TRANSCRIBED TO DATE IN FULL: 409-412 449-452 453-6 459-460 TRANSCRIBED TO DATE IN PART: check if I can insert 6.2 etc before continuing 6.1 0 Uenuku (looks like Uenukui) 459 (ie p 459) m1 (ie wife 1) Rangatori 1 Kahutia te rangi m Uiratea 11 Marunui (1^3) Maru Kaniki (1^4) Te Uiria Kanapanapa (1^5) Tunui o te Ika (1^6) Titoto m Rangikokouri (1^7) Tumaurirere m Hinepuakirangi [Her ancestry: 0 Ruakiapanga, 1 Tamanuinui, 11 Ruatehohonu, 111 Uwawe R(or K)iuta, 1111 Hinepuakirangi.] (1^8) Rongowhakaata 451 m1 Turahire 455 - 2 of B (1^9) Rongomairatahi m Uekaniki (1^(10)) Ruawhetuko m1 Haokuru 326 (1^(11)) Hoakore (1^(12)) Kokareaia (1^(13)) Ingamatamua (1^(14)) Ihuria (1^(15)) Tarehu 381 (1^(11))2 Arawhariki (1^(11))21 Uwaha (1^(11))211 Rongokautauehe (1^(11))2111 Kura (1^(11))2(1^4) Ahua (1^(11))2(1^5) Takoto (1^(11))2(1^6) Ihakiatekai m Ripeka 464 (She may not be the mother.) (1^(11))2(1^7) Mere m Rameka 464 (1^(11))2(1^6)2 Ihuka Pangopango (1^(11))2(1^6)3 Wi Tangira (1^(11))2(1^6)31 Paru Ratuwawu? (1^(11))2(1^3)2 Kaia [+ 2 children? appear crossed off] (1^(10))2 Hitamiuri? (1^(10))21? Pohatuaia (1^(10))211 Rangitautahu 361 (1^(10))3 Aotauwhanaku 452 (1^(10))31 Kahupupunui (1^(10))311 Raku (1^(10))3111 Te Kuhatahu (1^(10))3(1^4) Te Atawhuakuria (1^(10))3(1^5) Toropapakeka (1^(10))3(1^6) Maraiti 378 (1^(10))3(1^5)2 Katohau (1^(10))3(1^5)2 Torouhikirangi (1^(10))32 Kuhaatatu (1^(10))321 Kahupipini (1^(10))3211 Ruku?? (1^(10))32111 Atawhuakuia 484 or 464 (1^(10)) Ruawhetuko m2 Ruatapunui 320 or 326 (1^(10))4 Te Keteiwi 2 (1^(10))41 Te Ikatorea 444 (1^(10))5 Paremata whanui 180 (1^(10))6 Kaiwhao 4? 453 (1^(10))61 Kapungaiwaho 407 (1^(10))62 Tokitoki (1^(10))621 Aturangi (1^(10))6211 Kurapa 442 (1^(10))622 Moeau (1^(10))6221 Karauria Tarakihu (1^(10))62211 Kataninu? (1^(10))62212 Wuata? (1^(10))62213 Mere Karaka 140 (1^(10))7 Inangamatamea? (1^(10))71 Huringu pangea? (1^(10))711 Tapuhere 180 (1^9)2 Turourou 451 (1^9)3 Hinetuwaewae 303 (1^9)4 Rongomaihika (1^9)41 Purauratahi m Rangihekeiho or -ko (1^9)411 Hinepo 342 (1^8) Rongowhakaata 451 m2 Uetupuki 455 - 4 of B (1^8)2 Tutaunga 453 m1 Pahirauaka 336 (1^8)2 Tutaunga 453 m2 Tuhenga (1^8)21 Tu te ngaihe (1^8)211 Rakaihaumoana 397 (1^8)22 Tukaiwekura (1^8)23 Tuwhehungi? (1^8)231 Te mateamarere? (1^8)2311 Rahui m Te Atakiwa? 473 (1^8)23111 Tahoro 475 (1^8)3 Rongopopoia 333 (1^8) Rongowhakaata 451 m3 Moetai 452 456 - 5 of B (1^8)4 Rongokauae w 449 452 m Te Mateakota 420 (1^8)41 Rongomakainoa 431 (1^8)42 Kahutapere m Hinete aorangi (1^8)421 Rakai hakeke 406 ancestor of Makere Ngongohau - TO CONTINUE (1^8)422 Parua tuku mata pouanamu no issue (1^8)423 Pare 417 (1^8)424 Kura 417 (1^8)425 Kaiwha (1^8)426 Tara kiuta no issue (1^8)427 Tarakitai no issue ? M..ed? by Tuuraporu & issue? of Ngati Kahungunu being Turanga & Uk.. in Hawkes Bay ii Hinekaungau (1^8)43 Ruakopito 421 (1^8)44 Tawakirahui See 304 (no, different!) m Tautangiao 461 (1^8)441 Ta Materongo 103 ancestor of Makere Ngongohau - TO CONTINUE (1^8)5 Kahukaraitea 335 ancestor of Makere Ngongohau - TO CONTINUE (1^8)6 Rongomoeawa 454 453 (1^8)61 Kahuiao (1^8)611 Kaiwhakaaro kaimana (1^8)6111 Roroparua (1^8)61111 Te Umupakiakia m Wairangi (1^8)6(1^5) Taikawariku (1^8)6(1^6) Te Upoko o te Tuaono (1^8)6(1^7) Te Mata 414 (1^8)6(1^4)2 Takuate Rangi (1^4)21 Kareretaua 342 (1^8)62 Ringokikiri (1^8)621 Tutekanape? (1^8)6211 Hineniwa? (1^8)62111 Muru o te atu? (1^8)621111 Te watangura? 491? (1^8)621112 Ahitukura 362 (1^8)7 Tutarawaewae 453 452 m Houa (1^8)71 Hinerangi 439 451 0 Uenuku m2 Aitumatangata 2 Whatiuatakamarae 21 Whatiua whatiwhati kauanga 335 ancestor of Makere Ngongohau - TO CONTINUE 0 Uenuku m3 Paimahutanga 3 Ruatapu 31 Hau 311 Nanaia (See 1111 of 3.3 for different parents.) 3111 POROURANGI 1 ancestor of Makere Ngongohau - TO CONTINUE 3112 Tahu pp2,455 ancestor of Makere Ngongohau - TO CONTINUE 31121 Uenukumaraetai m Takurangi 311211 Haupurutea m Hinewhakurangi 3112111 Puwaiwhanake w m Porouawhia 456 He is 311261 3112(1^4) Rakikoraahi 31121112 Taku 355 31121113 Tumoetahua 325 ancestor of Makere Ngongohau - TO CONTINUE 31121114 Mangati 311211141 Te Muia 410 456 m Te Mate a torohanga - He is 1 in 6.3 below. 3112111411 Rakai te kura 361 3112111412 Te Aorere 361 3112111413 Hine te waiware? 362 ancestor of Makere Ngongohau - TO CONTINUE 3112111414 Pu w m Ruawanau 421 31121114141 Rakihuna 311211141411 Ruakorehe 3112111414111 Tutawhangate ao 3112111414112 Te Aokauwirangi 391 3112111414113 Rongomairakura 349 311211142 Tapapa 3112111421 Tapuiparahako 31121114211 Tatua 451 m1 Tahingatehe 311211142111 Tamanuhiri 311211142(1^4) Hikakaiaotea 311211142(1^5) Hikataurirangi 311211142(1^6) Te Kura 484 31121114211 Tatua 451 m2 Tumiroa?? 451 31121115 Mokiware m Rakai whaupapa 311211151 Rakaituhirau 405 ancestor of Makere Ngongohau - TO CONTINUE 311211152 Rakaitakitahi 406 ancestor of Makere Ngongohau - TO CONTINUE 311211153 Rakaiwharewai 476 311211154 Hinearorua 355 3112112 Hinengaroturi 454 ancestor of Makere Ngongohau - TO CONTINUE 31121121 Rakaitirohia (compare 411 ) m Apia te waiora w 311211211 Tauira 411 differs from? ancestor of Makere Ngongohau - TO CONTINUE 311211212 Taumataiti 3112112121 Ngarangikaku 229 ancestor of Makere Ngongohau - TO CONTINUE 31121122 Raramatai 406 ancestor of Makere Ngongohau - TO CONTINUE 3112113 Katiurakau "See private note?" 311212 Tamaakihi 335 ancestor of Makere Ngongohau - TO CONTINUE 311213 Pamoana 336 ancestor of Makere Ngongohau - TO CONTINUE 31122 Rakaroa m Ira manawapiko 2 311221 Tahumurihapi 3112211 Uenuku 2 31122111 Rakaitotorewa 31122(1^4) Tamaripuhiri or Tamanuhiri m1 Rongomaiawhia 467 31122(1^5) Tamaraukura m Ruakumea 448 31122(1^4)2 Te? Kopiri 31122(1^4)3 Tumatapura 31122(1^4)4 Karihitoa twin 31122(1^4)5 Karihetaua twin 31122(1^4)6 Paia 457 31122(1^4)7 Matakana - added later: or Matanike father of Awhuna 175 31122(1^4) Tamaripuhiri or Tamanuhiri m2 Hinenui 31122(1^4)8 Aomaru 31122(1^4)9 Tamatekipua 483 31122(1^4)(10) Hinetakupu 31122(1^4)(11) Tokanui 445 31122(1^4)(12) Paputetara 31122(1^4)(13) Tanaheke 421 3112212 Tahumaka 497 31123 Tamateau pika/poro? 500 31124 Tahungaehe 347 ancestor of Makere Ngongohau - TO CONTINUE 31125 Ruanuku? 31126 Karemoi 311261 Porouawhia 455 m 3112111 Puwaiwhanake w See there for issue. 31127 Tahutoria 482 31128 Iraatahu 458 "Middle Island version" 0 Uenuku m4 Takanea 4 Ira m1 Pipi 41 Kahukuraao m Tatekairangi 411 Kahukuratamahoka m Manaikawa? (hard to read) 4(1^3) Kahukuramamangu 1 m Hiwariore? (hard to read) 4(1^4) Kahukuraporou m Rarangai te rangi 4(1^5) Pakariki m Mapuna te rangi 4(1^6) Tanekatohia 4(1^7) Uwhiengaariki 4(1^8) Kahukuramamangu 2 4(1^9) Uenukupaia 4(1^(10)) Kopuapouanamu m Awhia 463 4(1^(11)) Tamaure m Hinekura 460 4(1^5)31123 below 4(1^(12)) Kiore 1 4(1^(13)) Kehere? check film 4(1^(12))2 Wharekoura 4(1^(12))21 Whakatahi 158 4(1^(11))2 Poto m1 Kopata 359 4(1^(11))2 Poto m2 Manawa 4(1^(11))21 Upokou m Porouaki 347 4(1^(11))211 Ohonga w m Turia 221 4(1^(11))2111 ..awhitia (check film) 222 4(1^(11))21111 Ruruki? 4(1^(11))2112 Waiherangi m Kapo 4(1^(11))21121 Horiana Maia m Hori Tutekai 4(1^(11))211211 Peter Toto (check film) 4(1^(11))2113 Kirimania 4(1^(11))2114 Taupaki 4(1^(11))212 Poraki 4(1^(11))2121 Whanaungaronoa m Te Toko 4(1^(11))21211 Hohepa Haupa 184 4(1^(11))22 Aruhe 4(1^(11))23 Tangatau 4(1^(11))3 Pukuteka 478 4(1^(11))4 Tanetapu 4(1^(11))41 Tangaroa 4(1^(11))411 Tamauia m Haretua? 474 4(1^(11))4111 Te Ata 4(1^(11))41111 Pita te huhu 4(1^(11))4112 Hinemateoro 367 4(1^(11))5 Te awa te kainga 4(1^(11))51 Tarakainga 4(1^(11))511 Ngarangikapaia 4(1^(11))5111 Tanetokora m Kiti 4(1^(11))51111 Poe (check film) 4(1^9)2 Kahunoke 4(1^9)3 Mokihi 477 4(1^9)4 Turoa m Tuwhakamoekura w 4(1^9)41 Te Ata 221 4(1^8)2 Ngakawaianga 4(1^7)2 Kurareremaiiwaho 4(1^7)21 Maiapatiu 340 ancestor of Makere Ngongohau - TO CONTINUE 4(1^7)22 Hineatania 462 4(1^6)2 Kahukaropone? (hard to read) 4(1^5)2 Kuraruawahine 449 4(1^5)3 Tamakauae m Wharaurangi 4(1^5)31 Uru te nganganga 4(1^5)311 Te te auru m [Lu? 512 or 514 in different writing - Best's?] 4(1^5)3111 Taniwha 4(1^5)3112 Tu te mahuta 4(1^5)31121 Moehau 273 or 275? 4(1^5)31122 Ipuahau 221 4(1^5)31123 Hinekura 459 m Tamaure 4(1^(11)) above; see there for issue. 4(1^5)32 Rakaitutu oneone 4(1^5)321 Uepurehoruni 4(1^5)3211 Koratua? (hard to read) 4(1^5)32111 Te Uwhanga? (hard to read) 477 4(1^5)322 Kahukuramaterioe? (hard to read) 221 4(1^4)2 Kuratau (continued on) 241 42 Kataimama 421 Tarauheta 4211 Ratuahana 42111 Atarau o te rangi 42(1^4) Whakohu 42(1^5) Tiparerautete? (hard to read) 346 ancestor of Makere Ngongohau - TO CONTINUE 4 Ira (Kaiputahi) 411 460 (also 7.2) m2 Tokurau or Tokuirani 411 347 41 Moanai Kauria w1 (1st wife) m Tamatea see 519 411 Whaire/Whairoa 4111 Haruatai m Hauenepouanamu - For another spouse see J. (Also 4(1^4) Tutamuri m Houmanga w 4(1^5) Tamareia m Te Tuaheke w 445 4(1^6) Te Pupuha 410 ancestor of Makere Ngongohau - TO CONTINUE 4(1^5)2 Hinetapuarau m Mahaki 449 where he is 12 of 6.9 4(1^5)21 Rakai te awe 4(1^5)22 Rakaianganga 529 4(1^5)23 Rakai te ngaru 319 4(1^5)24 Rakai porori 4(1^5)25 Rakai te Kona 361 4(1^5)26 Ihu 413 4(1^5)27 Hikarongo 417 4(1^5)28 Whakarau 417 4(1^5)29 Aotea 4(1^5)2(10) Tungenga 4(1^5)2(11) Aokuware 4(1^5)3 Hinerauangiangi m Tauria 454 CHECK 4(1^5)31 Paipaia 230 ancestor of Makere Ngongohau - TO CONTINUE 4(1^5)32 Rakiwhanga 4(1^5)321 Tumariurangi 311? 4(1^5)322 Hineputai 303 4(1^4)2 Te Pananehu 4(1^4)22 Taoputaputa 349 ancestor of Makere Ngongohau - TO CONTINUE 4(1^4)21 Rongopanaki m Tuwhenuakura 4(1^4)211 Tautukuware m Hinekimihanga 4(1^4)2111 Tapuikakahi 333 4(1^4)22 Taoputaputa 349 ancestor of Makere Ngongohau - TO CONTINUE 4(1^4)3 Kaiora 4(1^4)4 Upokohapa 479 4112 Rongoori 41121 Te Ahikaroa 411211 Te Rua ariki 4112111 Pouwharekura 419 42 Ihuparapara w2 m Tamatea (See 41 for his w1) see 519 421 Ranginui 419 422 Tamateuru 418 43 Iwi te rerewa w3 m Tamatea (See 41 42 for his w1 & w2; also 7.2) 431 Kahungunu 419 ancestor of Makere Ngongohau - TO CONTINUE m Ruahuhutai? "see ..?" 4311 Ruawhewikiaku? m Tamahurunga 43111 Runoa?? see 419 ancestor of Makere Ngongohau - cant find - check 432 Iranui 324 ancestor of Makere Ngongohau - TO CONTINUE / search -------------------------------------------------- 6.2 ex 455 0 Meahu or Mahu 462 [marked x but no matching x] m Hinerakikiwa 1 Tewrurangi? 529 11 Te Urukarata 2 Turahire 451 m (1^8) Rongowhakaata of 6.1 - see there for descendants 3 Kahupo 31 Huruhuru 418 4 Uetupuki 451 m (1^8) Rongowhakaata of 6.1 - see there for descendants 5 Moetai 452 m (1^8) Rongowhakaata of 6.1 - see there for descendants 6 Haukawangaroa 7 Roronga 8 Ruaariku 81 Tahito 811 Waewaeriki 8111 Tutehu 442? -------------------------------------------------- 6.3 ex 410 0 Te Pupuha 410 411 m Hinetaiarorua 349 1 Te Mate a torohanga m Te Muia 456 - 311211141 of 6.1 2 Rangitakohu 21 Te Aowhakaheke 405 -------------------------------------------------- 6.4 ex 410 0 Ratu 407 410 m Hinehoki 11 410 1 Hineihu 11 Tohiauku 111 Taitauni m Hinekakea (1^4) Te Korehua (Thames) (1^5) Manu Tawhiora 2 Whatarau 21 Ngarangi Kotemana m Ngarangia tama He is 41 below. 211 Tamainohia 497 2111 Riwai te Kauru (following is crossed off) m Ngati 21111 Inu BROWN 3 Hinehuka 375 4 Hinetoko m Matawhaiti 493 41 Ngarangia tama m Ngarangi Kotemana She is 21 above - see there for issue. 42 Paia 421 Tamaiwhakakama m Nohowaka or -ha 388 4211 Wi Paretipua 43 Ngunguwhenua 431 Te Taro? 403 455 432 Aporo Timo 4321 Urupene Puhara 44 Hinepatokoariki 441 Tukuari 4411 Reko mo? whina 45 Wheao 451 Tangoiro 4511 Hoeraitapu 5 Hinekaitangi 409 6 Makuratea 403 -------------------------------------------------- 6.5 ex 410 0 Takorokahu 418 m1 Mahe ki te ao 1 Te Whawhatu 407 0 Takorokahu 418 m2 Ngarua 451 2 Te Ri o te rangi 387 3 Kapuai te rangi 31 Te Rangi apiti 311 Utatu 415 4 Rakaihakeke 41 Rerehire m Hinekuia 230 411 Pakiau 4111 Tauwhaukuku m Ta Hiko 418 41111 Nukaihuatiu? m Nuki 411111 Nopiha 469 5 Hinetapuarau 6 Hinewhakaongi 423 0 Takorokahu 418 m3 Pare 7 Taiarorua m Kuhakura 417 8 Te Tehunga 266 -------------------------------------------------- 6.6 ex 410 0 Tohete ururangi 414 m Hinekaitangi 410 1 Huariare 377 -------------------------------------------------- 6.7 ex 410 0 Huingahenga 391 - Cant find matching x 1 Tangaroa 11 Pakarai 111Tawhiwhi (1^4) Tauhokohoko (1^5) Hoani Rangipatai (1^6) Te Kooti Rituiarangi "(The Rebel)" -------------------------------------------------- 6.8 ex 411 0 Tamania 416 m4 Waiorehua w4 359 m5 Manawiote Raiki w5 1 Riaka 360 -------------------------------------------------- 6.9 411 449 0 Hauenepouanamu (who m 4111 Haruatai of 6.1 ) m Ahukawa (tatuiahi) 1 Tamataipunoa (he pororo) 449 m Tauhekuri 420 11 Tawhiwhi m1 Ahiwakamauroa w1 111 Hinepua m Taua or Tama o Konohi 1111 Te Mateahirau 440 1112 Karakirau? 524 1113 Hinete ringo? 437 1114 Parete 112 Kuranui 522 11 Tawhiwhi m2 Kuraruawahine w2 460 11 Tawhiwhi m3 Morotauwia w3 444 12 Mahaki 411 m Hinetapuarau 4(1^5)2 of 6.1 - see there for issue 13 Mihunuikai? 523 version by Rauera? te ahiti of Heretaunga 14 Kahukuraiti 523 " 15 Maiahapi -------------------------------------------------- 6.10 449 0 Ruatapui 419 (Check if this is 3 Ruatapu of 6.1?) m Ruatapunui 1 Kahuture m Tupoho 11 Kowahiawa 111 Riko m Taora 500 (1^4) Pohatu (1^5) Rangi te ngakia 391 (1^3)2 Ranginui (1^3)21 Tutaki m Hineika (1^3)211 Wawaro (1^3)2111 Ikarongo (1^3)2(1^4) Wakapono (1^3)2(1^5) Patotara (1^3)2(1^6) Tipene to Pakaro 411? (1^3)2(1^7) Harata Hinewiketangihia 111212 Maio 1112121 Taienga 11121211 Mereana 111212111 Rakoira 111212112 Riparata (different mothers) 1112122 Uao te rangi 11121221 Te Kauheke m Tutokotana 111212211 Hinewhatiua 1112122111 Haimona Pita 11121221111 Pehimana Riaka 1112122112 Ketekio? 11121221121? Ni? Waikie? 1112122113 Riaka 11121221131 Kananga m Mihaka 111212211311 Wi Waikirikiri 111212212 Te Ua 1112122121 Te Iro 381? 1112123 Te Hiku 11121231 Maro 111212311 Tawhia 1112123111 Iharaira te wahinga m Pukipuki 11121231111 Te Paea Tatua 382 112 Kirirakau 385 2 Te Urumakiria 448 3 Tamaira 31 Takaha 311 Hikawera 3111 " Te Whitianga? m Uriu i waho 31111 Te Ratua 491 31112 Rangitohumare See 425 434 518 312 Whatiapiti crossed out with "See 430" 3121 Manawaakawa m Rangikoianui 31211 Tamaiwhitia 312111 Rangikoiaanaki 430 441 3122 Uhuki? w 498 m Wioteopiti xx5? -------------------------------------------------- 6.11 -------------------------------------------------- 6.12 -------------------------------------------------- 6.13 -------------------------------------------------- 6.14 --------------------------------------------------

7. NGATI POROU lines from Journal of the Polynesian Society with volume & page numbers Gudgeon,1,229 Wahine-iti branch of Ngati Porou: 7.1 Whironui navigator of the Nukutere waka, father of HUTURANGI m 1 of 3.3. Rongomatawhio Hakiri o te rangi Ngapouhaere Rongomaituaho Pokai This name appears in 3.2 Rakairoa He/she is the grandchild of Pokai in 3.2. Rakaitemania Hautawhao Tamatea autahiroa Aungarua Tutakahiao Te Umuparae Te Rapuaki Mohututahanga Angahue Nga Kuao m (1^(26)) 26-Te Wakaatoka of 3.2. Rangimoehoro (1^(27)) of 3.2. See there for other children. Maharata Peta te Haenga Paora te Haenga 7.2 1,229 Ira branch of Ngati Porou: Uenuku see above Ira 4 of 6.1 & below Iwitererewa see Iwi Kererewa below Iranui see below Taua Te Ngoi Te Ruaarai Te Harapa Ruakarakia Te Hekenga Tukarakia Tapuikakahu Rangikahokaina Ruamutunga Potiki Uepare Rangikaputua Koparehuia Tamauta Te Akau Totopepeke Te Eruiauta Te Aungira 7.3 Gudgeon,1,230 Ngati Apa tribe: Ruatea but how is he connected? down to Wirihana Hunia 7.4 Gudgeon,1,230 Rangitane tribe: Uenuku above Rongoueroa Rangitane Kopuparapara Kuaopango Uengarahopango Hamua Wahamaro Hine rauteka Pinenau Tawhiriirangi Takerekere Ruawharetai Kaupeka Te Rua Heketara Hikarerekau Tangopi Tawhiritoroa Te Pihaiti Kaohotuhanga Te Aroatua 7.5 ex Turnbull Archives Source?? TRY p1 of Gudgeon JPS 1?,78-79: 0 Uenuku see above 4 Ira above 41 Iwi Kererewa see Iwitererewa above 411 Kahungunu m Ruarauhanga (genn 10 descends from Paoa genn 1 p1 of Gudgeon 1?,78-79) 4(1^3) Ruaroa m Rahirimomori 4(1^4) Kahunoke m Kahukirokiro 4(1^5) Tamatea kuku m Ruakopito 4(1^6) Rongotemania m Ruahe 4(1^7) Koanike me Te Ruinga 4(1^8) Whatairikura m Tawehe 4(1^9) Te Angiangi m Manono 4(1^(10)) Kahutapere m Hineterangi 4(1^(11)) Hinekonuhanga m Tureia 4(1^(12)) Te Huki m Te Ropuhina 4(1^(13)) Te Rakato m Hinewehi 4(1^(14)) Wharekuku 4(1^(15)) Te Mimiokerangi 4(1^(16)) Te Tatau 4(1^(17)) Ihaka Whanga 4(1^(18)) Hirini Whanga 412 Iranui see above 4121 Iahuana?

APPENDICES APPENDIX A - ABBREVIATIONS aka also known as, b born, bp (or chr.) baptised, c about, cf compare, d died, JPS Journal of the Polynesian Society [we hold 1: 219 238-232], m married or df (de facto)/partner, m1 married firstly, w1 1st wife

APPENDIX B - THE NUMBERING SYSTEMS (i) The number at the start of the line indicates his order of descent from the initial person, numbered 0. So if 0 has 3 children 1, 2 & 3 then the children of 2 are 21,22,23,... & the children of 23 are 231,232,233,234,... (ii) The generation number precedes the name and has the same number of digits as their ID number: eg 31 2-Jo BLOW (iii) Where there are many generations typically with only 1 child shown per generation, we collapse repeated digits. For example 11111 becomes (1^5).

APPENDIX C - INDEX OF SURNAMES, showing where they FIRST appear ADDISON m 491 of 4. AKUHATA m 634 of 1. ALBERT m 693 of 1. ALMOND 6(10)1 of 1. ANDREWS m2 486 of 4. APANUI m 691 of 1. ARTHUR m2 3 of 5. BARNETT m 4(13)3 of 4. BATES m 418 of 4. BLACK m 3 of 1. BOYNTON m 6(11)5 of 1. COLLIER m1 0 of 1. COLLINS m1 486 of 4. CRAWFORD m1 3 of 5. DEAN m 635 of 1. DOWD m 451 of 4. EDWARDS FAFETA m 622 of 1. FLEET m 6(10) of 1. GAGE m 481 of 4. GERRARD m 69 of 1. GOLDSMITH 1st husband of m1 of 0 of 4. GOODLEY m 612 of 1. GRETOREX m 52 of 1. HAKARAIA m 4(16)4 of 4. HAMMERICH m 441 of 4. HARRISON m 8 of 5. HART m 4(15)2 of 4. HEENEY m 4(16)1 of 4. HELMBRIGHT m 62 of 1. HETARAKA m 4(16)3 of 4. HOERA m 636 of 1. HUDSON m 63(10) of 1. HUNIA m 631 of 1. KAHIKA m 48(15) of 4. KAHUKIWA m 48(11) of 4. KAWITI m 442 of 4. KELLAND m 413 of KERRINGTON (10) of 1. KORA m 617 of 1. LYALL m 627 of 1. MACBETH m 623 of 1. MCCORMICK m 435 of 4. MCDONALD m 44 of 1. MCGREGOR m 4 of 5. MCMILLAN m 419 of 4. MCMURTRIE m 65 of 1. MATCHITT m 5 of 1. MATHEWS m 4(15)1 of 4. MATO m 625 of 1. MITCHELL m 445 of 4. NGAMOKI m 4(13) of 4. NICHOLLS 632 of 1. NISBETT m 4(11)5 of 4. NURI m 651 of 1. OAKES m 4(14) of 4. OLSEN m 673 of 1. PEACHEY m 45 of 4. PEPENE m 48(16) of 4. POHARAMA m 4(16)2 of 4. RAKO m 4(17) of 4. REEVE m 614 of 1. REWITA m 411 of 4. ROLLESTON m 68 of 1. RUTHERFORD m2 48(11) of 4. SAVAGE SCOTT m 434 of 4. SHAW m 4 of 1. SMITH m 428 of 4. STEADMAN m 621 of 1. SUA m 4(17)1 of 4. TAHERE m 429 of 4. TE MAIPI m 482 of 4. TUHAKARAINA m 683 of 1. TUHOU 0 of 5. WARU m 1 of 5. WILLIAMS m 426 of 4. WINDER m 61 of 1. MAIDEN NAMES BABBINGTON 2 of 4. BALDWIN m 489 of 1. BELMONT m1 424 of 4. BIDDLE m 42 of 4. BRAY m 4(12)1 of 4. BRIGHOUSE m3 4(11) of 4. BURNETT m 624 of 1. BUTLER m 423 of 4. CAMPBELL m 4(13)1 of 4. CASEY m 643 of 1. CHAPMAN m 4(14)5 of 4. CRISP m 488 of 4. DAVIS m 642 of 1. DONNER m 421 of 4. DRUMMOND 437 of 4. DUFF m 416 of 4. DUNNING m 496 of 4. GERRARD m 616 of 1. GILBERT m2 4(11) of 4. GREEN 1 of 4. GRIFFIN m 4(11)4 of 4. HALBERT m 49 of 4. HATA m 422 of 4. HAYES m 6(11)2 of 1. HEREMIA m 48 of 4. HEREWINI m 63 of 1. HIRIWANI m 4(13)5 of 4. HODGES m 4(17)3 of 4. HOHAIA m 4(14)2 of 4. JACKSON m 415 of 4. JOHN m 48(10) of 4. KING m 4(12)2 of 4. KINGI m3 0 of 4. KOMENE m 4(13)4 of 4. KORA m 48(12) of 4. KUIKA m 0 of 4. LANCASTER m 494 of 4. MCCLUTCHIE m 0 of 5. MCDONALD m 646 of 1. MATAITAUA m 47 of 4. MILLER m 432 of 4. MORRELL m 4(13)6 of 4. MUNNS m 653 of 1. NERSON m 495 of 4. NGATAI m 417 of 4. NGONGOHAU m 0 of 4. OLDHAM m 682 of 1. PAIPA m 632 of 1. PAPUNI m1 41 of 4. POMEROY m 492 of 4. PRYOR m 48(18) of 4. RANKIN m 43 of 4. SHELFORD m 674 of 1. SINGLETON m1 4(11) of 4. SISLEY m 487 of 4. SOUTAR m1 427 of 4. STEWART m 431 of 4. TAARE m 692 of 1. TANGAROA m 425 of 4. TE AMOAMO m 641 of 1. TE PUAWHE m 412 of 4. TE REREMOANA m 4 of 4. TIBBLE m 485 of 4. TUREI 3 of 4. WADE m 4(12) of 4. WALKER m2 41 of 4. WARDLAW m 6(11)6 of 1. WATERSON m 48(14) of 4. WEBB m 436 of 4. WEBBY m 4(17)2 of 4. WILLIAMS m 483 of 4. etc WOODFORD m 6 of 5.

APPENDIX D - INDEX OF PLACE NAMES showing 1st appearance AOTEAROA/NEW ZEALAND Auckland 621 of 1 Coromandel 66 of 1 East Cape 646 of 1 Edgecombe 679 of 1 Foxton 2 of 4 Gisborne 641 of 1 Hamilton 9 of 4 Hiwarau B m2 0 of 1 Huiarau 4 of 3 Kamiti 3 of 3 etc on N side of Waika River Kawerau 11 of 1 Kutarere 4 of 3 Mount Tarawera 11 of 1 Nukuhau 44 of 1 Ohinewaiapu see SOURCES in 2 Ohope 6(11)6 of 1 Opotiki 0 of 1, 4 of 3 For those signing the Treaty of Waitangi at Opotiki & Torere see http://www.nzhistory.net.nz/Gallery/treaty-sigs/fedarb.htm Plimmerton 2 of 4 Raglan 6(11)41 of 1 Rotorua 651 of 1 Ruatoria 8 of 4 South Island (10) of 4 Tauranga 654 of 1 Ti Teko 0 of 1 Tikitiki 6(11)5 of 1 Tolaga Bay 1 of 4 Torerere, Opotiki 645 of 1 Waiopu 4 of 3 Waioua 0 m2 of 1 Waipukarau 6 of 4 Wellington 3 of 4 Whakatane 652 of 1 AUSTRALIA 685 of 1, 687 of 1, SCOTLAND 6(11)8 of 1

APPENDIX E - NGATI POROU whakapapa The Archives Section of Turnbull Library, Wellington lists a large number of resources, including the source in 6., & a notebook of his father Edward Francis HARRIS (1834-98): info from there: son of Capt John William HARRIS aka Capt BINNEY (c1808 Cornwall-1871 Auckland) who came to Poverty Bay 1831 as a trader on a ship of Capt James Wm STEWART (who discovered Stewart Island was an island & was later buried in JWH's garden in 1849/50); in 1837 he started whaling at mouth of Turanganui River. He introduced cattle & horses in 1839, & the 1st sheep to the Bay in 1850. He had the 1st sheep station (with Capt REID) "on the Kaiti" in 1856. He also introduced apples, pears, cherries, peach, apricots, willows, oak. He saw the garment "Temakura" left by Capt COOK made into a cloak. See lead article on him in Gisborne Times 24.12.1920. Judge GUDGEON's articles on E Coast tribes: JPS 3,208-219 4,17-32,177-182 5,1-12. "Horouta" (the Ngati Porou waka) by Rongowhakaata HALBERT is a recent book -ISBN 0790006235 $100 at Whitcoulls. Its whakapapa do not seem to include any recent connections with this family, tho they show some lines from common ancients like UENUKU.

APPENDIX F Names before the advent of surnames ex 1.1 1.2 3.2 (prefixes Nga, Ko, Te are excluded; aka = also known as; * denotes he/she appears in more than one section; ! denotes more than one person of the same name.) TO DO: Names marked FI appear in the 4 volume FLETCHER Index of Maori names in the National Library, Wellington; eg Rangimoehoro FI JPS 1,229. Ahatiti Ahunga * Akau Akitu Angahue Angiangi Aohokokai Aohore Aomania Aomoengariki Aotaihi AOTAKI Apa APANUI Ariaterangi Aroatua Arohata ATAAKURA Aungarua Aungira Eruiauta Eruponaho aka Eru Haenga Hakiri o te rangi HAMOTERANGI Hamua Harapa HARETE KARO * Haruru Hau Hautawhao Hekenga Heketara Heni te ao Hepi Herekaipuke HEU HEU Hiakaitaria Hikarerekau Hinehau Hine kehu Hinehurihuritai Hine Kapuarangi Hinekonuhanga * HINEMAUREA Hinepau Hine rauteka Hinetamaurangi Hinemootu Hinetamaurangi Hinetapora Hineterangi Hinewehi Hirini Whanga Hoani Hoani Matauru Hokimaitera Honatana Hopuao Hoputu Horiana Hukarere Huki Hunaara Huturangi Ihakatipu Ihaka Whanga Ihiko-o-te-rangi Ira * Iranui * Iringaika Iwikau Horonuku Iwi Kererewa aka Iwitererewa * Kahukirokiro Kahukuramoko Kahungunu Kahunoke Kahutapere Kahutiarerangi, renamed as PAIKEA Kainuku Kaitaia Kararaina m GOLDSMITH Kainau Kaohotuhanga Karapa Kaui Kaupeka Kauwhakaheia Kekerangi Keteupoko Kiore 2 Kiriwhenua Kiwa o Rehua Koanike Kohiku Koparehuia Kopuparapara Kopura Kuao Kuaopango Kupahu Kuraiteawhenga * Maharata Mahangairerangi MAKERE NGONGOHAU * m1 GOLDSMITH, m2 William James COLLIER Makoha Manono Mapere Mariu Marupapanui Mataihi Matakitaki Matatini Matekitatahi Matiu Ahuahou Poito * Mawake Merata Mere Mimiokerangi Minihitaua Miriama Moahiraia Moeora Mohututahanga Muriwhakaputa * Nanaia Nepia Ngapouhaere Ngoi NIWA 1 & 2 Niwaniwa Nuku Oke Paea Pahuruoterangi PAIKEA PAKU * Paoa Paraheka Paratene Kamura Parawhenuamea Parerimu Patariki Pi Pihatewaiora Pihaiti Pinenau Pipiri Pohatu Pokai * Porikapa Poroumata POROURANGI Potiki Poua aka Pou Pouheni Puatohimaru Puehu Punahomoa Pungawerewere Rahirimomori Rakaimoehau Rakaipo Rakairoa * Rakaitemania Rakaiwetenga Rakato Rakeiora Rakiwharenga Rangikahokaina Rangikaputua Rangimoehoro * FI JPS 1,229. Rangipuakangahau Rangitaupopoki Rangitauriaiwaho Rangituhi Rapa Rapuaki RARAMATAI Raro Raurikiao Rauru Rerekohu Rongomai Rongomaianiwaniwa Rongomaikairae Rongomaiwekea Rongomaiwharemanuka Rongomaiteauru Rongomaituaho Rongomatawhio Rongotaihiao Rongotemania Rongoueroa Ropuhina Rua not the prophet Ruaarai Ruahe Ruakarakia Ruakopito Ruamutunga Ruarauhanga Ruaroa Ruatapu * Ruataupare * Ruawaipu Ruawhaitiri Ruawharetai Ruinga Rutanga Tahania Tahitokurumaranga Tai Taimanawa pohatu Tainui Tairoa Takapumaro Takerekere Takimoana 1 & 2 Tamaauahi Tamahurumanu Tamaikakea Tamakake Tamakaua Tamakitehau Tamakitera Tamakoro Tamataonui 1 & 2 Tamatauira Tamatea arahia Tamatea autahiroa Tamatea kuhakauri Tamatea kuku Tamatea nihomakuru Tamatea roia Tamate Aupoko Tamati Tamauta Tanara Tanetangiia * Tangatapahau Tangiwai Tangopi Tapuikakahu Taputehaurangi Taputengu Tarangaroa Tarawhakatu * Tarere Taru Tataingaoterangi Taua Tatau Tawakeurunga aka Tawaki urunga Tawaioterangi Tawhara Tawhiriirangi Tawhiritoroa Tekohepare Temahora Terehunuiatu Teroroku Teterangiwhiu Teuiwaho Teuwira Tikitiki o rangi Tinatoka Tipare TOIKAIRAKAU Torerenuiarua Totopepeke Tuaea Tuahuru Tuana Tuere Tuhauanu Tuhoroa Tuhorouta Tuitimatoa Tukarakia Tukino Tumokai Tureia Tutakahiao Tuteauru Tuterangiterehua Tuterangiwhiu Tutere TUWHAKAIRIORA * Tuwharerakau TUWHARETOA Uekaiahu Uekapuanui Uengarahopango UENUKU * Uenukunonoke Uepare Ueroa * Uetaha ! Uhunuioterangi Umuparae Urikore Uruahi Urukakingarangi Urumahora Urumaraki Wahamaro Waiapu Wakaatoka Wakahou Wakaroa Warakihi Wehiwehi Whaene Whakaohonga/Whakaohanga Whaki Wharekaraka Wharekuku Whatairikura Whatonga Whatiuaroa Whironui * Wikiriwhi Matehe Wirepine

APPENDIX G: WAKA REFERRED TO Horouta waka - crew given on JPS 1,231 Nukutere Takitimu waka - crew given on JPS 1,227-228 Tu te pewa(wha)rangi is said by some to be the waka of Paikea

APPENDIX H: SOME LITERATURE that have come our way Anne SALMOND Two worlds, 1st meetings between Maori & Europeans 1642-1772, Viking, 1991 The website for Manuel JOSE is www.manueljose.org.nz/ [email protected] or Peggy MCCONNELL Karori [email protected] 2003

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