Ngāti Maru, Ngāti Pāoa Treaty Signatories, 7 May 1840, off Mercury Island, Hauraki

Signed on 7 May 1840, on HMS Herald off Mercury Islands, witnessed by Joseph Nias

5.         Purahi                                   Ngati Maru     (from Mercury Bay?)
6.         Ngataiaepa, (Nga Taiepa)    Ngati Paoa      Te Rapupo

Source:
'Herald Bunbury Treaty copy ', URL: http://www.nzhistory.net.nz/media/interactive/herald-bunbury-treaty-copy, (Ministry for Culture and Heritage), updated 23-Dec-2014

Ngāti Whanaunga Treaty Signatories, 4 May 1840, Coromandel Harbour

Signed on 4 May 1840, at Coromandel harbour, witnessed by Joseph Nias and Thomas Bunbury

1.         Te Horeta Te Taniwha         
2.         Kitahi  (Kitahi Te Taniwha]
3.         Puakanga                              
4.         Hauauru                    

Source:
'Herald Bunbury Treaty copy ', URL: http://www.nzhistory.net.nz/media/interactive/herald-bunbury-treaty-copy, (Ministry for Culture and Heritage), updated 23-Dec-2014

Ngāti Pāoa Treaty Signatories, 9 July 1840, Karaka Bay, Tāmaki

Signed on 9 July 1840, at [Karaka Bay?] Tamaki, witnessed by David Rough, George Clarke Snr and John Johnson; said to be 'Thames natives from Wharekawa'

231.    Karamu?                   
232.    Kupenga                   
233.    Ngahuka                    
235.    Nga Manu                 
236.    Raro Maru                 
237.    Te Hangi        

Signatory from other iwi

234.    Te Rangi         (Ngapuhi?, Parapuwha?)

Source:
'Waitangi Treaty copy', URL: http://www.nzhistory.net.nz/media/interactive/waitangi-treaty-copy, (Ministry for Culture and Heritage), updated 28-Jan-2015

Ngāti Pāoa Treaty Signatories, 4 March 1840, Karaka Bay, Tāmaki

Signed on 4 March 1840, at Karaka Bay, Tamaki, witnessed by Joseph Nias, Henry Williams and William Thomas Fairburn

151.    Wiremu Hoete          
152.    Hokopa (Hakopa)     
153.    Te Awa (Te Awa/Awha?)                
154.    Te Tapuru                 
155.    Te Titaha                               
156.    Kahu Kote (Te Karamu?, Kahukoti)                      
157.    Ruinga                       
158.    Hohepa          
159.    Pouroto (Patara?)
160.    Inoha 
161.    Hinaki
162.    Keka?  (Keka/Keha?)
164.    Mohi  
165.    Anaru
166.    Waitangi        

Signatories from other iwi
167.    William Korokoro
(Ngapuhi, Ngati Wai, Ngai Tawake, Parapuwha, Te Kapotai, Ngare Raumati)

163.    Paora  (Paora Tuhaere?)    
(Ngati Whatua?, Te Taou?)

Source:
'Waitangi Treaty copy', URL: http://www.nzhistory.net.nz/media/interactive/waitangi-treaty-copy, (Ministry for Culture and Heritage), updated 28-Jan-2015

Introduction

Kia ora
This blog is dedicated to the history, traditions and literature of the iwi of Hauraki. Here I place items of interest that I have uncovered through my research. As much as possible, I like to utilise material written by or at the dictation of reputable Hauraki elders and knowledge holders.

Nāku noa, nā
Te Ahukaramū
Charles Royal
(Ngāti Whanaunga, Ngāti Tamaterā, Ngāti Maru)