List, Kuta land block

Production date
1880s-1890s

Object detail

Brief Description
A manuscript listing the names of the original owners and successors of the Kuta land block near Mohaka and Wairoa.

The original owners names listed are: Mohi Tarapuhi, Waata Kohikohi, Watene Kaharunga, Hemi Puna, Pahira te Teira, Matariri Parakohe, Ihaka te Wharekorari, Manehira Tamakino, Herewina Nohopa, Rihi te Awa, Pirika Pawhere, Kemara Moeroa, Urupo Tuohu, Haromi Hinerare, Makaho, Taira Tawe, Teretui Matehetoho, Mihi Tiriwa Koti, Rewi Tutu, Hami te Hatarei, Harata te Wharengaio, Raiha Pohutu, Aramo Tahere, Meihana te Hai-kai, Ritia Pehi, Raimara Whaakiangi, Rora Kino, Huhana te Whakahoro, Rawinia Pokihane, Hiria te Ito, Horiana Hinemate, Roha te Koari, Rohapa te Moe, Karehano te Rakai, Huka and Toha.

There are varying dates between 1880s - 1890s against some of the names.
Production date
1880s-1890s
Production technique
Media/Materials description
Red and blue ink on paper.
Measurements
Height x Width: 287 x 222mm
Subject date
1880s-1890s
Credit line
gifted by Lusk, Willis, Sproule & Gallen
Other number(s)
15108

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Huhana Te Whakahoro was my great grandmother x 3. She was a grand daughter of Tiwawae who was murdered at Tutira. She was married to Tama i toha tohaia who lived at Waiopaoa pa near the old brickworks at Rangihoua(Pilot Hill) Wairoa. Her son, Toha Rahurahu, who died in 1896, is buried at Kai-aha urupa above the brickworks. Her granddaughter (my great grandmother) Raiha Toha was the 2nd wife of Hemi Puna, who is also on the list of owners. They lived at Tangoio.

- Richard Allen on 11-11-2019 04:14:44

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