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1933Minimum Age of Marriage raised to 16 years.
Prior to this it was - 
   14 years for males
   12 years for females.
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Obituaries:Ngaraima Horiana Ma Jordan nee Manihera
Posted by: Lloyd Jordan on Nov 29 2013 15:45

Passed away at Arbor House Greytown, 27th October 2013, her ashes taken to rest next to her family 30th October 2013 at Rangiurunga Urupa Papawai.

God looked around His garden and

found an empty place.
He then looked down upon his earth
and saw your loving face.
He put His arms around you
and lifted you to rest.
His garden must be beautiful,
He always takes the best.
He knew you were suffering,
He knew you were in pain.
And knew that you would never
get well on earth again.
He saw your path was difficult,
He closed your tired eyes,
He whispered to you “Peace be Thine”
and gave you wings to fly.
When we saw you sleeping so calm
and free of pain,
We would not wish you back to earth
to suffer once again.
You’ve left us precious memories,
Your love will be our guide,
You live on through those you’ve left behind,
You are always by our side.
It broke our hearts to lose you,
But you did not go alone.
For part of us went with you
On the day God called you home.

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Obituaries:Te Whakapumautanga Faith Karaitiana: Sep 30 1929 - Jun 27 2011
Posted by: Darryn Petricevich on June 28 2011 10:36

At approx 22:15 Jun 27th, Pumau (Fay) Karaitiana passed away at the Palmerton North Hospital

Wife of the Late Tuakana (Tui) Karaitiana, Daughter of the Late Reihana(Dick) & Raukawa (Rose) Kaio(d), Sister of Teri (Son)(d), Rura(d), Alex(d), Tamaipokia (Jackie)(d),, Kuini (Boydie)(d) Raukawa (Bubby)(d), John(d), Huakore (Martha)(d), Matekino (Nolene)(d) Survived by Hurihanga (Sue), Putu, Awhina & Margery. & Daughter Jessica. Mother, Grandmother & Great Grandmother to many nieces and nephews.

Aunty will be missed by all

The Tangi will be at Papawai, Friday, July 1st

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Announcements:Cracked My part of family
Posted by: Lloyd Jordan on Sep 22 2009 15:32

Have just been in contact with my 2nd cousin once removed in Ireland related through my Maternal Grandfather Hugh McCahon.

Welcome from me to Wilson Mark who I have invited to our site and have made a webmaster along with myself and my brother Paul

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Announcements:Long lost 3rd cousin
Posted by: Lloyd Jordan on Mar 17 2009 02:58

Hugh Manihera pictured has along with his wife Sylvia asked me to extend to all those who whakapapa back to Te Manihera an invitation to visit them during their family reunion at Papawai during Easter weekend.

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Obituaries:JIM REWI
Posted by: Lloyd Jordan on Nov 13 2008 05:21

Today we buried Jimmy at Papawai stinking hot day lots of old freinds and whanau not seen for ages, never laughed so much at a funeral all speakers had everybody in fits especialy Peter Sharples. A mark of a man that he can put smiles on faces at such a sad time. Farewell Jimmy a man of many dreams.

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