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ABRAHAM.
Thames Rugby.
C Abraham, 1934.

ANARU.
Tiweka Anaru, Rotorua, 1924.

ANARU.
New Zealand Times, 3rd June 1919.
Inquest for Hiku Anaru, Napier.

ANDREWS.
Nelson Andrews of Huntly. 1961.

APORO.
Mika Aporo, Rotorua, 1924.

ARAMAKUTU.
H Aramakutu, wounded and missing. 30th September 1915.

ARATIMA.
1970.
Mrs Aratima, Opotiki.

ARIKI.
1970.
Mrs Tangi Ariki, Kutarere, Opotiki.

ARSHAM.
Thames Rugby.
T Arsham, 1934.

ATAAHUA CONCERT PARTY.
Attahua Concert Party in Queenstown 1965.

ATAMA.
1940s.
Manuera Atama, of Broadwood.



BABBINGTON.
Hine Babbington, Gisborne. 1970s.

BANKS.
Weekly News, 11th July 1923. Scr.
Old Maori Lady Savings.
Queenie Banks of Tokaanu.

BLACK.
1970.
Mrs Ngapera Black, Ruatoki North.

BLACK.
Herald, 3rd September 1914.
Report of the death of Elizabeth Black of Wairau Pa.

BRISTOWE.
17th September 1958.
Bristowe family, Mangakino.

BROWN.
Tiwai Brown of Waitakaruru, 1800s.

BROWN.
Herald 1914. Acc Scr.
Report of accident for Parata Brown of Omaha, Northland.

BROWNE.
Weekly News, November 1917.
Private Tono Browne, Kawiti, has been awarded the Military Medal for distinguished service on the western front. He is a descendant of a famous line of Maori warriors, the great grandson on both sides of Kawiti of Ruapekapeka Pa fame. The name Browne was added when Colonel Gore Browne was Governor of New Zealand. He has been on active service for a year having joined the Expedition Force early in 1916. His home is at Waiomio, near Kawakawa and the Ruapekapeka Pa overlooks the Maori settlement there. No other details.

BRYERS.
Pita Nehua, 1961.

BOYD.
J Boyd, Whangamumu, very early photo.



CAMERON.
6th April 1960.
Rev Mangatitoki Cameron.

CHAPMAN.
Mona of Frankton. 1946.

COOK.
Willie, George and Bert Cook, Whangamumu, very early photo.

COOPER.
1970.
Mrs Tiraha Cooper, Tuakau.

CORCORAN.
Weekly News 1st August 1945.
J Corcoran, Waiharara.

COTTER.
Mrs H Cotter, Napier. 1958.

COXHEAD.
Thames Rugby.
G Coxhead, 1934.



DAVIS.
1940s.
Ngaio M Davis, Maori Batttalion.

DICK.
Mr G Dick of Rotorua.

DUNN.
Thames Rugby.
T Dunn, 1934.



EAST COAST.
Weekly News, 29th October 1914. Napier.
East Coast section of the Maori Expeditionary Force, for service abroad.

EHAU.
Kepu Ehau, Rotorua.

EPIHA.
1940s.
Paihana Epiha, of Matauri Bay.

EPIHA.
Noema, report of death, Hawkes Bay. 1917.

EPIHA.
Weekly News, 28th September 1916.
F Epiha, Bulls.

EREATARA.
Wiremu Ereatara, Rotorua, (18) 1880 to 1980. Ph 1924.



FISHER.
1940s.
Robert Fisher, of Awanui.

FISHER.
1940s.
Colin Fisher, of Awanui.



GARDINER.
Weekly News, 28th September 1916.
C Gardiner, Tauranga.



HAA.
Herald, 19th September 1940.
On 17th September 1940, suddenly, at Mokai, Rangiriri, wife of Taiki Haa.

HADDON.
Robert Haddon, Hawera.

HADFIELD.
1940s.
M Hadfield, of Waimamaku.

HADFIELD.
Herald, 28th September 1940.
Obituary for Mr Jonathan Hadfield, of Takahue, Kaitaia.

HAEATA.
17th September 1958.
Mr T Haeata, Mangakino.

HAEREWA.
1970.
Mrs Tiripou Haerewa, Ruatahuna.

HAKA.
Weekly News, 28th September 1916.
Rewiri Haka, Waiharara.

HAKARAIA.
Petu Hakaraia, of Te Hapua. 1915.

HAKARAIA.
Wi, Neha and Tia Hakaraia, Whangamumu, very early photo.

HAKARAIA.
1940s.
William Hakaraia, of Maungatapere.

HAKARAIA.
Rora Hakaraia, Wanganui.1915.

HAKOPA.
Weekly News, 13th January 1916.
K H Hakopa, Maori Contingent.

HALL.
New Zealand Times, 12th April 1919.
Obituary for John Hall, Ohinemutu.

HAMUERA.
Orikena of Dargaville. 1915.

HANGATIKI.
Maori Kainga. 1914. Pakeha not wanted.

HAPUKA.
Weekly News, 19th September 1896.
Obituary for Titi Huia, Paki Paki Pa.

HARDING.
J Harding, Maori Contingent, 28th October 1915.

HAREMA.
1940s.
D Harema, Maori Battalion.

HATA.
Rio, 1883.

HATERENE.
1940s.
Joe Haterene, (Shortland)

HATI.
Herald, 27th October 1952. Personals.
Maori girl, formerly Nora Hati, now married, please communicate with Mrs Whatu, by collect telegram or phone 4063, or Box 173 Hamilton. Important and urgent.

HAU.
Pahi Hau, Whangamumu, very early photo.

HAU HAU Meeting House, Military Scr.

HAUNUI.
Wharehere Haunui, Bay of Plenty. 35.

HAURAKI.
1940s.
Jim Hauraki, of Omanaia.

HAUTUTU.
Arama Karaka Haututu of Kaiwaka, Northland. Contact me. (15)

HEI.
K and E Hei, Gisborne, (21) 1922.

HEKE.
1940s.
Hirini Heke, of Awarua.

HEKEUA.
Paikea Te Hekeua, of Kaiwka District.

HEMANA.
Kohi T Hemana, wounded. 30th September 1915.

HEMARA.
Mr Matt Te Hemara of Rotorua.

HEMI.
13th May 1953.
Mr E Hemi, Pouakani.

HEMOPO.
Herald, 25th September 1940.
Inquest into the death of Hapihana Wera Hemopo, Rotorua.

HENOPO.
Herald, 18th September 1940.
Obiuary for Kipihana Wera Henopo, Rotorua.

HERANGI.
13th May 1953.
Mr M Herangi, Pouakani.

HERANGI.
1948.
Tamati Herangi, of Kawhia.

HEREWINI.
Weekly News, 4th June 1941.
W Herewini of Te Kuiti. Contact me for details.

HETA.
Foxton.
Ema Erui Heni Heta, aboriginal native, died on the 18th of December 1889.(no other details).

HETA.
P Heta, Whangamumu, very early photo.

HETA.
Weekly News, 2nd November 1916.
An old Maori of fighting stock is represented by Private William Heta, lately reported wounded in France. He is a son of Mr Thomas Heta of Poroti and is a descendant of the celebrated chief Hongi who went to England in the reign of George III.

HETARAKA.
H Hetaraka, Maori Contingent. 28th October 1915.

HEUREA.
1970.
Mrs Hera Heurea, Ruatahuna.

HIKAIRO.
Heketoro Hikairo, Rotorua.

HIKAIRO.
Thames Rugby. C Hikairo, 1934.

HIKAWERA.
Wiremu Mahupuku Hikawera of Greytown, aboriginal native, died on the 23rd of October 1891. No other details).

HIKUROA.
Moi Hikuroa, Savage attack. 1946.

HIPI.
Herald, 11th September 1914.
Maringi Hipi of Otorohanga. Maori Land Deal. Solicitor in Trouble.

HIRA.
Thames Rugby.
S Hira, 1934.

HIROA.
Rangi, swallows a penny.

HONA.
Shepherd Hona, of Matauri Bay. 1940s

HONGI.
Hongi's Armour. NZ Graphic, 9th December 1908.

HOPA.
Weekly News, 28th September 1916.
J Hopa, Levin.

HOPA.
Thomas Taakiwairora, 1914.

HOTERE.
1940s.
Jack Hotere, of Hokianga.

HOWE.
Russ Howe, Whangamumu, very early photo.

HUI.
Maori Victoria Cross Hui, at Ruatoria.
A huge feat of transport organisation has been necessary for the Hui at Ruatoria next Wednesday, for the Victoria Cross presentation Ceremony. Email me for details.

HUKANUI.
Noka Hukanui, Northcote.



IOPA.
Apakaira Iopa, of Te Hapua. 1915.



KAA.
Weekly News, September 1917.
Lieutenant Pekama Rongoaia Kaa, who recently died of wounds in France, was a descendant of a notable line of Maori warriors of the Ngatiporou tribe. He was educated at the Rangitukia school where he won the Makanui scholarship. Two years later he entered the Department of Agriculture. He enlisted in the first Maori Contingent and was given a commission in the Second Contingent. He was fatally wounded while directing the movements of the Ngatiporou platoons. No other details.

KAAKA.
Wahanui Kaaka, 30th September 1915.

KAHU.
Weekly News, 23 July 1930.
Report of the drowning of Kaponga Kahu at Waipiro Bay. Contact me for details.

KAIPARA.
Weekly News, 23rd August 1917.
Lieut A P Kaipara, who has been killed in action, was a well known footballer, being recognised as one of the best five eighths players in New Zealand. For many years he played for Poverty Bay and on two occasions represented the North Island against the South Island. As a member of the Maori team which toured Australia, he earned the name of the 'Indiarubber Man'. He was a law clerk by occupation.

KAIPUKE.
New Zealand Times, 9th April 1919.
Injury to Wi Kaipuke, Nuhaka, Gisborne.

KAKA.
1940s.
M Kaka, of Pipiwai and Northland.

KAKE.
1940s.
Richard Kake, of Whangarei.

KAMARIERA, of Puketoto. 1919, scr.

KAPA, Rev Matiu, of Kaikohe, NZ Gr May 30th 1903.

KAPA.
18th December 1957.
Mutu Kapa, Tuakau.

KARAITIANA.
Weekly News, 19th December 1896.
Obituary for Albert Karaitiana, Hastings.

KARAKA.
Herald, 1914.
Meta Karaka, returning from England. Theft from his cabin.

KARAUTI.
Maori Tennis, Letty Karauti, (Mrs Rangiuia).

KARENA.
14th April 1943.
P R Karena of Opapa, Hawkes Bay.

KATENE.
15th April 1942.
Taka Katene of Moerewa.

KAUA.
Maori Tennis, Peter Kaua.

KAUA.
Mr Bill Kaua of Rotorua.

KAUAPAU.
Weekly News, 28th September 1916.
H Kauapau, Wanganui.

KAWHIA.
Weekly News, 10th August 1916.
Eruera Kawhia, Port Awanui.

KAWITI.
Northland Tides.
Maihi Paraone Kawiti, 1892.

KAWITI.
Walter B, 1961.

KEEPA.
1940s.
Edward Keepa, of Takahiwai.

KELLY.
1940s.
Moses Kelly, of Pakotai.

KELLY.
23rd July 1941.
M Kelly of Pakaraka, Bay of Islands.

KEREOPA
1940s.
Hamiora Kereopa, of Takahiwai.

KERERU.Weekly News, 7th September 1916.
Obituary for Humia Kereru, Ruatoki.

KINO.
Mrs Kino of Otorohanga, 1966.

KITITE.
1940s.
James Kitite, of Mangonui.

KING.
A N King, Canterbury, 30th September 1915.

KING.
Arthur A King, Canterbury, 30th September 1915.

KINGI.
Paul Kingi, 30th September 1915.

KINGI.
Raniera Kingi, Te Arawa District, Rotorua. 1924.

KINGI.
Herald 1914. Obit. M Scr.
Putiki Takarangi Mete Kingi of Wanganui District. Email for details.

KINGI.
T H Mete Kingi, 30th September 1915.

KOAU.
Herald, April 1883.
Watene Te Koau, Kiri Kiri, Thames.

KOKIRI.
Weekly News, 7th June 1917.
Lieut Tango Kokiri, who died at sea on the 21st of April of appendicitis was, prior to enlisting, one of the staff of the Native Land Court at Auckland. He was a member of the Arawa tribe which has always been conspicuous for its loyalty to the Crown. He had had considerable territorial experience, having been QMS of one of the companies of the 6th, Hauraki, Regiment.

KOMENE.
1940s.
Phillip and Ngaro Komene, of Kaikohe.

KOPA.
Ake Kopa of Kawakawa. 1915.
J Koperu, 30th September 1915.

KOPIRI.
Hemi. Gisborne. 1915.

KOROKI.
New House for the Maori King, King Koroki. WN, March 1938.

KOTUKU.
Himiona Te Piki Kotuku, Bay of Plenty. 16.

KOWHAI.
Mr R T Kowhai of Rotorua.

KUITI. Mr and Mrs Hoani Kuiti of Lake Papaitonga near levin. WN, March 1938.

KUKUME.
T Kukume of Rotorua. 1960.

KYDD.
Henry Kydd, Whangamumu, very early photo.



LEAF.
1940s.
William Henry Leaf, of Kaikohe.

LEEF.
1940s.
Raroa Leef, of Whangape.

LOVE.
Pioneer Scrapbook.
Mr and Mrs Hapi Love's 41st Wedding Anniversary.



MAHANGA.
Weekly News, 28th September 1916.
J Mahanga, Whangarei.

MAHAUARIKI.
Rangiatea Ch, Otaki.
Pineha Mahauariki, Obituary.

MAKARINI.
Whare Putaka. Report of death. 14th May 1923.

MAKETU MEETING HOUSE.
At Punawhakareia, BOP. 1927.

MANGAROA.
Ngore W Mangaroa, wounded. 30th September 1915.

MANGAROA.
Weekly News, 13th January 1916. Ngore William Mangaroa, a young native, who left Taumarunui with the first Maori contingent, and whose death from pleurisy at Malta has just been reported, was a fine specimen of young manhood. He was of splendid physique, high intelligence and good education. (no other details).

MAORI Camp at Freemans Bay, Auckland. 1915.
MAORI Soldiers Contingent at Avondale, stirring speeches. 7 July 1915.
MAORI BATTALION.
Maori Battalion, reunion at Gisborne, 1964.

MAORI HEADS PRESERVED. 1914.

MAORI JURY. 1883.

MAORI CONTINGENT.
New Zealand Camp at Zeitoun before their departure to Malta. WW1.

MAORI MONUMENT UNVEILED. 1916.

MAORI WAR CANOE.
Iro Iro.

MAORI SKELETONS AT ORINI. 1914.

MARAKI.
Tautuhu Maraki, killed in 30th September 1915.

MARTIN.
18th October 1961.
Harry Martin at Turangawaewae Pa.

MARU.
1948.
Konui Maru, of Kawhia.

MARUNUI.
Weekly News, 28th September 1916.
Pipi Marunui, Rotorua.

MATENE.
Weekly News, 5th December 1896.
Obituary for Te Wiremu Matene, Tikitere, Rotorua.

MARTIN.
1940s.
Oswald Martin, of Pakotai.

MATUHA.
Taimona Matuha, Rotorua.

MAU.
1940s.
Hore P Mau, of Awarua.

MAUNARAOA.
Northland.
Honihana Te Maunaraoa, of Karetu. 1909.

MAHUPUKU.
Hamuera Tamahau Mahupuku, early photo, Wairarapa.

MAUNGAKEIKEI.
Herald, 28th September 1940.
Old Maori history, the sacred Totara.

McKAY.
18th October 1961.
Mr P McKay at Turangawaewae Pa.

McRAE.
Thames Rugby.
L McRae, 1934.

MERE.
Herald, 20th September 1940.
Teri Keeti, known as Mrs Tata Wilson of Paeroa, On September 19th, at Paeroa, aged 63 years. Tangi will be held tomorrow, Saturday, at the Te Moananui Flat. No other details.

MERRIMAN.
Thames Rugby.
L Merriman, 1934.

MINHINNICK.
William Minhinnick, Oeo, Hawera.

MAUNGATEROTO.
Morrinsville district.
Maungateroto Canoe Found on farm.

MOHI.
Tarangi of Napier. 1915.

MOKONUIARANGI.
Raureti Mokonuiarangi, Rotorua, 1924.

MORE.
Thames Rugby.
S More, 1934.

MUNROE.
Thames Rugby.
T Munroe, 1934.

MURIWAI.
Tame Muriwai, wounded. 30th September 1915.

MURRAY.
Thames Rugby.
J Murray, 1934.

MURRAY.
Thames Rugby.
E Murray, 1934.

MURU.
1948.
Pero Muru, of Kawhia.



NAPIA.
Herald, 3rd September 1940.
Ani Tamati Napia, daughter of Tamati Kingi, Ngapuhi Tribe, wife of Tamati Arena Napia, passed away on August 30th, aged 46 years. Deceased was a descendant of the Waikato Tribe. Generation from Retu and Ueoneone. Haere Haere Ki Te Matua i te Rangi. Buried at Pukekohe, laid at rest near George Kirkwood, buriel service taken by Rev Moki (Weslyan) and A Withers, of United Maori Mission. (no other details).

NELSON.
1940s.
Patrick Nelson, of Mangakahia.

NIELSON.
1940s.
Sidney Nielson, of Waimate North.

NGAITA TRIBE.
1916.

NGAHUKU.
Weekly News, 19th December 1896.
Obituary for Pirihi Ngahuku, New Plymouth, Sugar Loaf Islands.

NGAMOKI.
P W Ngamoki, Maori Contingent, 28th October 1915.

NGAMOTU.
Mr W Ngamotu, Huka Falls Region. 1963.

NGAPUHI CANOE.
An account on how to make a Ngapuhi Canoe. 1914.

NGATA.
Weekly News, 18th June 1941.
T W Ngata of Hastings.

NGATA.
Date is 1922.
Info on T Ngata of Gisborne. Contact me. (21).

NGATA.
Weekly News, 18th June 1941.
H K Ngata of Raupunga, Wairoa. Contact me for details.

NGATA.
Free Lance, 24 April 1929.
Obituary for Lady Ngata. Contact me for details.

NGATAI.
Memorium, Hirini Ngatai. In loving memory of our dear son, who lost his life over the Tauranga Railway Bridge on 28th May 1956. No other details.

NGATAI.
Herald, 27th October 1952.
Tukere Ngatai, treasured memories of our dear husband and father, who passed away on October 26th 1945. Deep in hearts you are still living yet, inserted by family.

NGATAI.
Hori Ngatai, Chief of Ngaiterangi, tells the story of Gate Pa Battle.

NGATAI.
Whare Rangi of Pukekohi. 1922.

NGEA PA, a Whare, Rotorua. Otago Witness 1913.

NUTANA.
Herald, 21st August 1923.
Obituary for Remana Nutana, of Onehunga.

NGATORO.
Weekly News, 17th February, 1916.
Renata Ngatoro, Maori Contingent.



ORAKAU JUBILEE.
2nd April 1914.

ORAKAU PA.
Herald, 20th July 1914.
Restoring Orakau Pa, Waikato.

ORMSBY.
Herald, 1st October 1957.
Ngapaki Tana, on September 28th 1957, at her residence, Te Kuiti, dearly beloved wife of the late Jeremiah Ormsby and loved mother of Grace (Mrs McNaught) Ruby (Mrs Tangihaere, Jane (Mrs Emery) and Ada (Mrs Bell) Sam (Australia) and Jerry. Aged 95 years. Funeral 2pm today, Tuesday at Te Kuiti Pa.



PAEHU.
Karika of Cambridge. 1925.

PAETAI.
Thames Rugby.
W Paetai, 1934.

PAHURU.
Hiranga and Tawhai, 1963.

PAIPAI.
Herald, 29th May 1922.
Obituary for Mrs Harete Forsyth, nee Paipai of Wanganui.

PAKI.
17th September 1958.
Mr and Mrs E Paki, Mangakino.

PAKI.
Scrapbook.
Mr Hori Paki, Paramount Chief, remembers.

PANEHAMINA.
Coroners Inquest.
An Inquest was held yesterday at the "Duke of Marlborough" Inn, Queen Street, before Dr Davies, Coroner, on the body of a Maori child, aged one year and ten months, named Wilmot Panehamina. It appeared that the child was missed for about an hour on Thursday, and then found dead by the mother in a well on premises in the rear of Chancery Street. Auckland. Verdict, Accidental Death.

PARATA.
1940s.
Jack Parata, of Tikipunga.

PARATA.
Weekly News, 28th September 1916.
R Parata, Onehunga.

PARI.
Ropiha Pari, Maori Contingent, 28th October 1915.

PAORA.
Paetaha Paora, 30th September 1915.

PAPUNUI.
Kurei Papunui, Maori Contingent, 28th October 1915.

PARANIHI.
Weekly News, 27th January 1916.
Tau Paranihi, a native of Wanganui and a member of the first Maori contingent, who was invalided home some three months ago, was the first Maori to receive the Distinguished Conduct Medal. He is at present resident in the Rangitikei district and progressing favourably. He expects to return to the front shortly. (no other details).

PATIRA.
T Patira, Auckland. 1960.

PAUATAHANUI PA, TE RANGIHAEATA , Military Scr.

PEKE.
Hautangi Peke, 30th September 1915.

PENI.
Maori Tennis, Bunny Peni.

PENNO.
Edward Penno, Auckland, 30th September 1915.

PENEAMENE.
T Peneamene, Maori Contingent, 28th October 1915.

PETI.
1940s.
W H Peti, of Motukaraka.

PIHAMA. Hone Pihama, of Hawera. Hawera Star 1930.

PIRIHI.
1940s.
L Pirihi, of Takahiwai.

PITONI.
Red Hill, Northland. 1913.
Pitoni family. Contact me for details.

POA.
1940s.
Soney Poa, of Awarua.

POHURANUI.
Wounding his wife. 1883.

PORE.
New Zealand Times, 14th April 1919.
Introduction to Lady Liverpool, Mrs Heni Pore, Ngatitikohe Tribe.

PORETE.
23rd December 1915.
A P Porete, Maori Contingent.

POUTU.
1st October 1941.
J Poutu of Ruatoria.

POUTU.
Willie, Wharekahika School.

POTAKA.
Herald 1914. M Scr. Maori Boy Shot.
Hauiti Potaka of Wanganui District. Email for details.

PRATT.
6th April 1960.
Mr S Pratt, of Waitara.

PURA.
13th May 1953.
Mr G Pura, Pouakani.

PUHIRAKI RAWIRI, Gate Pa Jubilee, 1914.



RAHARUHI.
1940s.
Rangi Raharuhi, of Mangonui.

RAMEKA.
Weekly News, 28th September 1916.
P Rameka, Tauranga.

RAMEKA.
Weekly News, 23rd July 1930.
Report of death, Mehi Rameka of Pungarehu, Taranaki. Contact me for details.

RANGIHUNA.
Weekly News 1st August 1945.
Te Rei Rangihuna, Tiki Tiki.

RANGIOTU.
Palmerston North.
Mrs Ernestina Rangiotu, at Oroua Bridge, now Rangiotu, died on the 8th of October 1890. (no other details).

TE RANGITAKAIWAHO.
Hoani Te Rangitakaiwaho, early photo, Wairarapa.

RAPATA.
1940s.
Heemi Rapata, of Northland.

RAPIHANA.
Herewini Rapihana, 30th September 1915.

RAPONI, Hone Raponi's funeral at Whakawerawera. WN, 18th May 1916.

RARE.
Thames Rugby.
R Rare, 1934.

RATAHI.
Moerangi Ratahi, Bay of Plenty. 38.

RATOU.
Te Kote Ratou, Wesleyan Minister for Canterbury and Otago Provinces. 1865 to 1892.

RAWIRI.
At Gate Pa, storey 1914.

RAWIRI.
Fred Hikolterangi, In loving memory of our beloved father and grandfather, who passed away 9th August 1959. (has poem) Always remembered by your loving daughter Nellie, son inlaw, Lewis, also grandchildren Annea and Reggie.

REHU.
Hui K Rehu, 30th September 1915.

REIHANA.
Mr Rutene Reihana, WW1 Veteran.

REPEKA.
Herald, 27th September 1940.
Land claim by Mrs Ngahuia Repeka, of Taupo.

REWETI.
Herald 1914. Obit. M Scr.
Death of a Chieftainess, Katene Reweti. Email me for info.

REWETI.
Herald, 13th September 1940.
Death has occurred at Hairini, of Mrs Titihuia Mokohiti Reweti, a well known Maori. Mrs Reweti was descended from a Northern Tribe and married into the line of the late Paraone Koikoi, Paramount in the Ngaite Marawaho and a Chief of the Ngati Ranginui. Many Maori's are attending the Tangi, including representatives of the Arawas from Rotorua.(no other details).

REWHA.
Puke Rewha, Whangamumu, very early photo.

REWHAREWHA.
Weekly News, 25th October 1944.
T Rewharewha of Torere. Contact me for details.

REWIRI.
R Rewiri, Whangamumu, very early photo.

RICKUS.
Weekly News, 11th January 1917.
An excellent record of war service is held by Mr J Rickus, a Maori living at Temuka, who has five sons and four grandsons serving in the New Zealand Forces. Of the sons, Private W T Rickus and Private S P Rickus left with the Maori Force, whilst Private S Rickus and Private T P Rickus left with separate European reinforcements and Bugler J M Rickus is now on final leave and leaves with the next Maori reinforcements, Mr Rickus' four grandsons left from the North Island.

RIKI.
Muriwai, Gisborne.
Himiona Te Puna Riki, and family.

RIKITI.
Tame Rikiti, 30th September 1915.

ROBSON.
Thames Rugby.
E Robson, 1934.

ROBSON.
Thames Rugby.
J Robson, 1934.

ROGERS.
1st October 1941.
N Rogers of Rotorua.

ROLLESTON.
Weekly News, 18th June 1941.
C Rolleston of Maketu, Bay of Plenty.

RONGO.
1970.
Mrs Rongo, Raglan.

ROPATA.
23rd December 1915.
Pahia Ropata, Maori Contingent.

ROPATA.
23rd December 1915.
Jack Ropata, Maori Contingent.

ROTOHIKO.
Weekly News, 9th September 1915.
Amahia Kingi Rotohiko, was a member of the Maori contingent, who was wounded at the Dardanelles, he was the son of Rotohiko Haupapa and grandson of Hori Haupapa of Rotorua, two leading chiefs of the Ngatiwhakane tribe, who fought in the Maori war and received medals in recognition of their loyalty to the Government. Amahia Kingi Rotohiko was born in Rotorua and was educated first at the Rotorua Public School and then at St Stephen's College, Parnell, Auckland. He was a member of the Rotorua Town Board and also a member of Bennett's Maori Choir and Saint Michael's Church Choir. He was a well known footballer and represented Rotorua in the game of League. Haupapa's half brother, Reke Rukingi Rogers, went to the front with the main expeditionary force and was wounded at Gaba Tepe. (no other details).

ROYAL.
Thames Rugby.
H Royal, 1934.

RUTA.
Matina of Te Ore Ore Pa. 1914

RUWHIU.
1940s.
Tom and Te Ranui Ruwhiu, of Opua.

RUARANGI, Rev H M Ruarangi of Whangarei, NZ Gr May 30th 1903.



SAVAGE.
Herald, 1914.
Memorium Notice for Benjamin Mokonuiarangi Savage.

SAVAGE.
Thames Rugby.
W Savage, 1934.

SAVAGE.
Weekly News, 4th January 1917.
Five brothers of a well known Thames family have established a good record as a fighting family. Trooper Valentine Le (sic) Savage, who enlisted in an early reinforcements draft, was invalided home some time ago. Lieutenant Charles Savage of the 2nd Maori Contingent, was the next to go to the Front. Sergeant Major Samuel Savage, who enlisted in Australia, was killed at Gallipoli. Corporal Thomas Savage, who was a member of the Main New Zealand Body, was wounded at Gallipoli and came back to New Zealand. He has since enlisted again and is now in France. The fifith soldier from the family is Private Ben Savage who enlisted recently.

SHEPHERD.
1940s.
Benjamin Rewhi Shepherd, of Mangonui.

STIRLING.
Weekly News 27th May 1968.
Mr and Mrs E K Stirling, Auckland.



TAHAWAI.
Peraniko Tahawai, Bay of Plenty. 40.

TAHIWI.
H K Tahiwi, Maori Contingent, 28th October 1915.

TAHU.
Tauranga. 49.
Matiu Tahu, Tohunga and Christian Teacher.

TAHU.
Weekly News, 7th September 1916. Scr.
Report of death.
Mary Tahu of Dargaville & Auckland.

TAIMONA.
Nrei, at Kaihu. 1916

TAITIMU.
Pioneer Scrapbook.
Kaipara and Awaroa River Junction.
Mrs Rawinia Taitimu, (nee Heta Maaka) is reputed to be 112 years old, and saw the first settlers arrive at Helensville. (story on this lady, contact me.)

TAIWHANGA.
Northland Tides.
Rawiri Taiwhanga, 1831.

TAIWHANGA.
Herald, April 1883.
Sydney Taiwhanga, Russell.

TAIWHANGA.
Rawiri Taiwhanga House which he built for himself at Paihia.

TAWHAIAO.
Tu Tawhaiao visit to Waiuku. 1883.

TAKARANGI.
Weekly News 1st August 1945.
H K Takarangi, Mangaweka.

TAKARANGI.
1st October 1941.
P Takarangi of Wanganui.

TAKIWARU.
Kati Takiwaru of Mangere.

TAMATI.
Wirihana Tamati, Rotorua, 1924.

TAMEHANA.
Wiremu Tamehana. 1863.

TAMIHANA.
Hoani N Tamihana, 30th September 1915.

TAMIHANA.
Wi Tamihana, of Waikato. 1915.

TANGOROAMIHI TRIBE, WAIROA.
Sketch of the Tangoroamihi carved Meeting house. Interior and external views. Destroyed in the Tarawera Eruption. Graphic 87.

TARAAO.

Arapeta, of Cape Runaway. December 1913.

TARAKAWA. Tawaohu Tarakawa, of Rotorua. WN June 1914.

TARANAKI.
Report of Death. Opotiki
Tommy Taranaki was a strong upholder of law and order, who acted as a voluntary policeman, he was a well known Chief of the Ngatira sub-tribe Whakatohea. Tommy died at the Waioeka Pa in 1930 at the age of 68 years and his last words were a farewell to Sergeant McAllister, officer in charge of the Opotiki Police Station. Before he passed on, this great personality sang a Waiata to his only son Peter. (No other details).

TARAU.
Herald, 23rd June 1922.
Obituary for Ngatiranginui Tarau of Tauranga.

TARUTUTU.
Weekly News, 4th July 1896.
Aporo Tarututu, Otorohanga. Very long Obituary.

TAUI.
Northland Tides.
Pene Taui, of Ngawha, Ohaeawai. 1901.

TAUPOPOKI.
Mita, 1937.

TAURANGA.
M Tauranga, 30th September 1915.

TAUROA.
Wi Tauroa of Arapawanui, Napier district. 1938.

TAUTARI.
Northland Tides.
Hemi Tautari, Taumarere, 1870s.

TAUTAU.
Weekly News, 6th February 1963.
S Tautau, Tolaga Bay.

TAUWHARA.
1970.
Mrs Tauwhara, Opotiki.

TAWHAI.
Mr Graham, son of Hone Mahi Tawhai. 1883.

TAWHARA.
M Tawhara, Opotiki, 3rd October 1945.

TAWHIAO.
Native Affairs, 1883.

TAYLOR.
Report of death, Herald, 19th June 1922.
Rongo Taylor of Te Monanui Flat, Paeroa. Contact me for details.

TE AHU.
Rangiatea Ch, Otaki.
Riwai Te Ahu, of Wakanae.

TEARE.
Weekly News, 28th September 1916.
Whanoki Teare, Ruatahuna.

TEARO.
Rangieru, Taumarunui. 1915. Husband is Hira Teakau.

TE AWE AWE.
Palmerston North.
Peete Te Awe Awe, died on the 30th June 1884.(no other details).

TE Eke.
Weekly News, 14 May 1925.
Report of death, Mr Rawhiri Te Eke of Gisborne. Contact me for details.

TE HARETI.
Peeti Te Hareti, Rotorua, 1924.

TE HAU.
Pouritanga Chieftainess, Dargaville. 1916.

TE HAU.
Muriwai, Gisborne.
Pita Te Hau, and family.

TE HIRINUI JONES.
Tauranga, 1964.

TUKINO TEHEUHEU, 1923.

TE KAIHE.
Herald, 16th August 1923.
Obituary for Mr Ranginui Te Kaihe, of Waiheke Island, Auckland.

TE KANI.
Weekly News, 25th July 1896.
Obituary for Hirini Te Kani, Kaiti .

TE KANI.
W Te Kani of Matapihi. 1964.

TE KOOTU.
Weekly News, 26th July 1917.
Private H P Te Kootu, Pioneer Battalion, is at Walton Hospital from France with a severe gunshot wound in the right arm. He recently jumped in at the back of a waggon whose two horses had bolted and by moving along the pole nearly to the horses heads, he succeeded in stopping the runaways just short of the junction to certain roads where there is always considerable traffic. The presence of mind and prompt action displayed, undoubtedly averted a bad incident and possible loss of life.

TE KOROA.
Renata of Tamahana. 1915.

TE KOUTU PA.
Old Maori gate carving.

TE KUME.
Poihipi, death report.

TE HUETU.
Te Huetu Family, Otorohanga.

TE KAWA.
Mrs M Te Kawa, Auckland. 1960.

TE KIRIKAU.
Morehu Te Kirikau, Rotorua, 1924.

TE MANAOTAUHAKI.
Kaena, Chief of Turakina.

TE MIHA.
Weekly News, 28th December 1938.
Bio for Ramai Te Miha.

TE MOE.
Wairarapa.
Aperahama Te Moe, of Te Ore Ore, Masterton, died on the 27th of August 1892.(no other details).

TE MONI.
M Te Moni, 30th September 1915.

TE NAMU.
1940s.
T Lance-Sergt Te Namu, of Tautoro.

TE OTIMI.
Pitonga Te Otimi, 30th September 1915.

TE PAA.
Weekly News, 6th July 1923. Scr.
Fifty Pellets in body.
Pau Te Paa of Kaitaia.

TE PAA.
23rd December 1915.
Neri Te Paa, Maori Contingent.

TE POU.
Harrison Te Pou, of Tauramanui.

TE PUNI.
Military Scrapbook.
Ivor Arthur Atol Te Puni, died on May 29th, 1967, at the residence of Ireland Love, 33 Burnton Street, Lower Hutt, loving Uncle of Pat and Ireland and Grand Uncle of Marlene and Wi Tako, aged 82 years.( Have Obituary, contact me.)

TE PUNI.
Mrs Hana Te Puni, Petone, died on the 12th of September 1887. (no other details).

TE RARO.
Tipene Te Raro, Waiwhetu, Hutt, died on the 13th of August 1882. (no other details).

Te RATA.
Weekly News 8th October 1914.
Parade through Huntly to welcome Maori King's return from London.

TE RAUPARAHA,S Sword, Military Scr.

TE ROHU.
Waaka Te Rohu, Rotorua, 1924.

TERRIS.
Weekly News, 17th February, 1916.
J S Terris, Maori Contingent.

TERUNA.
1944. Pat Teruna of Tokamaru Bay.

TE RURE.
Morehu, Marriage of Tokomaru Bay. 1924.

TE RURU.
Rangiatea Ch, Otaki.
Aperahama Te Ruru, Bio.

TE TOA.
Weekly News, 2nd July 1914. Scr.
Report of death.
Katera Te Toa of Rotorua.

TE UA.
Date is 1922.
Info on Te Ua of Gisborne. Contact me. (21).

TE UARA.
Hemi Te Uara, Rotorua.

TE WARU.
Ihaia of Te Paraki, Rotorua. 1915.

TEWHAO.
Weekly News 1st August 1945.
T T Tewhao, Auckland.

TE WETERE. 1883.

TE WHAWHA.
Otaki
Paranihia Te Whawha, died on the 13th of August 1881.(no other details)

TE WHARO. 1883.

TE WHEROWHERO.
Weekly News, 11th October 1933.
Great Maori Tangi for Te Rata Mahuta Te Wherowhero.

TE WHITI.
William Fox visit to Te Whiti. 1883.

TINORAU.
Taane Tinorau, of Kawhia and Waitomo.

TIOKE.
Timutimu Tioke, Maori Contingent, 28th October 1915.

TIPAE.
Turakina.
Aperahama Tipae, died on the 6th of August 1891. (no other details).

TIPENE.1940s.
H Tipene, of Motatau.

TIPENI.
Moa, Wharekahika School. 1916.

TIRIKATENE.
Mr Tirikatene, Westland, 1960.

TITOKOWARU, of Hawera, Hawera Star 1930.

TITORE.
Wi Titore, Whangamumu, very early photo.

TITORI.
Herald, 17th September 1923.
Inquest into the death of Morahu Titori.

TITOTRE.
Herald, 3rd September 1923.
report of the death of Morehu Titotre, Rawwhiti, Bay of Islands.

TOIA.
Northlander.
Toia Family Sawmill Okaihau.

TOHU.
1940s.
R Tohu, of Hokianga.

TOOPA.
Weekly News, 7th June 1961.
Mr and Mrs M Toopa, of Te Kaha.

TOREPE.
W H Torepe, 30th September 1915.

TOROA.
Muriwai, Gisborne.
Mary Toroa, Midwife.

TUA.
James Tua, Maori Contingent, 28th October 1915.

TUA.
T Whatu Tua, 30th September 1915.

TUHAERE.
Paora Tuhaere, district of Riverhead.

TUHI.
Epiha te Tuhi of Mangere.

TUHIE.
Caution Notice.
Whereas my wife, Jane Tuhie, alias Wright, having left me without cause, this is to caution any person from harbouring or trusting her, as I will not be answerable for any debts she may contract.

TUHIWAI.
W Tuhiwai, Maori Contingent,28th October 1915.

TUHUA.
Auckland Star, 2nd June, 1948.
On May 31st, at Kaihere, Hemi Maaka, 3rd son of Mark and Tui Tuhua, aged 20 years.

TUKORAKA.
Weekly News, 23 July 1930.
Report of Death, Maniapoto Tukoraka. Contact me for details.

TURIPONA.
Weekly News, 3rd October 1896.
Obituary for Rev Wiremu Turipona, Parawai Maori Church.

TURUTURU MOKAI REDOUBT, Military Scr.

TUTAAWHA.
Weekly News, 5th September 1896.
Obituary for Paora Tutaawha, Wanganui.



UA.
Te Ua, Gisborne, (21), 1922.

UTAUTA.
28th October 1915.
R Utauta, Maori Contingent, 28th October 1915.

UTAUTA.
Weekly News, 30th September 1915.
Piotohiko Utauta, whose name appeared in a recent casualty list, came of a noted fighting family. His grandfather was Te Hau Rakawa, a chief of the Ngatiawa, who was famous in the old tribal wars. His father, Utauta Tamata Hau Kakawa, fought with the Pakeha in the time of Te Kooti's trouble. He performed a brave act by creeping out from the Pakehas and setting fire to a whare, behind which the Maoris were sheltering at Rauporoa near Whakatane. Private Utauta was formerly working for Mr W Patterson on Motiti Island Bay of Plenty, breaking in horses, having broken in several of Mr Patterson's racehorses. (no other details).



WADE.
Weekly News, 20th January 1916.
Kiri Wade, Maori Contingent.

WAHANUI.
New Zealand Times, 11th April 1919.
Obituary for Hari Hemara Wahanui, Te Kuiti.

WAHANUI'S.
Letter, 1883.

WAHANUI.
Chief Wahanui, Obituary. 1897.

WAHAWAHA.
Rapata Wahawaha, Flagstaff, Poverty Bay.

WAIHI.
Weeky News, 23rd August 1944.
S Waihi of Ruatoria. Contact me for details.

WAINOHU.
W Wainohu, Maori Contingent, 28th October 1915.

WAIONUI.
Tutangi of Pariroa Pa. 1915.

WAIPARA.
Rota Waipara, 30th September 1915.

WALLER.
Herald, 1st October 1957.
(Wara) Taka Piritaha, on September 29th 1957, beloved wife of John Moses (Hone). A service will be held at the residence of her daughter Mrs RE Turner, Riverside Road, Mercer, tomorrow, Wednesday at 10am, funeral then leaving for Taupiri Cemetery. (other notices. Daughter Ellen, son inlaw Doug, nana of Barbara (Piritaha) and Donald Hugh (Taikawa) Reid of Mercer.

WALKER, W H Walker. WN, 13th January 1916.

WANGANUI RIVER.
Ancient Maori eel Weir uncovered.

WANIHI.
Herald, 1st June 1940.
Inquest into the death of Whaka Hawea Wanihi, shot at Raglan.

WANOA.
Rev T, 1961.

WAR CANOES.
Story of ancient Maori war canoes. Waikato.

WARU.
Weekly News, 10th August 1916.
Henare Waru, Ahipara.

WAATA.
Tahutopuni of Te Kuiti. 1883

WATENE.
Thames Rugby.
T Watene, 1934.

WERETA.
1st October 1941.
L T Wereta, of Tuahiwi, Christchurch.

WHAREKAWA.
New Zealand Graphic, 4th May 1907.
Petera Tati Wharekawa, At Awatahi Native Reserve, Shoal Bay, on April 26th, passed peacefully away. aged 79 years. RIP. (no other details).

WHAREPAPA.
Weekly News, 12th July 1923. Scr.
Report of death
Ripeka Wharepapa of Rotorua.

WHIRIHANA.
Pioneer Scrapbook.
In the remote North-East corner of the Waikato, between Ohinewai and Mangatea, lives surely the oldest person in New Zealand and possibly in the Southern Hemisphere. She is Ngakahikatea Whirihana, born at Paretitaha Pa in the early 1850s, and at least 117 years of age.(Long story on this lady, contact me for details.

WHITE.
Weekly News, 22nd May 1963.
Mrs Ngaropi White, of the Ngatiporou Tribe.

WI.
Herald 1914. M Scr.
Alleged Stabbing at Te kuiti of Peter Wi. Email for details.

WIARI.
Aperahama Wiari, Rotorua.

WIHAPI.
Weekly News, 13th January 1916.
Aritaki Wihapi, Maori Contingent.

WIHONGI.
1940s.
Hore Tangiwai Wihongi, of Kawakawa.

WINIATA.
Ruth, 1915.

WIKAIRA.
1946. Mrs Maria Wikaira of Whirinaki, Hokianga. Scr.

WILLIAMS.
Percy Williams, Whangamumu, very early photo.

WILSON/REWITI.
Northland.
Kapu Wilson, nee Rewiti, 1902.

WINITANA.
Herald, 29th June 1922.
Rawaho Winitana, aged 60 years, was standing on a stump, chopping branchs of a tree, near Waimarama, Hastings, when 1 branch, falling, struck a rotten tree alongside, and this tree crashing, struck the man on the back. pinning him to the stump and killing him instantly. No other details.

WIRIHANA.
Muriwai, Gisborne, Ratoura Wirihana, Carver.

WIRIHANA.
Rawiri of Waikato. Report of death. 1937.

WIREMU.
4th June 1941.
H Wiremu of Rotorua.