Patuone was born c.1764, the fourth child and third son of the Ngāti Hao chief, Tapua and his wife Te Kawehau and grew up to inherit the mana of his father as well as his roles as tohunga (high priest) and war leader. Tapua also traced descent from Ngāti Kahu.
The basic whakapapa is: DESCENT OF PATUONE. * Te Ngawa appears in some tātai as Te Ngaua. Spelling variations may occur with other names also, Maui and Mawi, for example. The point has been made in many sources about the importance within Ngāpuhi of descent from Rahiri who was born within the period 1475-1525.
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Patuone was a Ngā Puhi leader and tohunga of Ngāti Hao of Hokianga, a peacemaker, trader, and government adviser. He was one of the signatories of the Declaration of the Independence of New Zealand in 1836 and was present at the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi. Patuone was the elder brother of Tamati Waka Nene.
About Hohaia Rore. Patuone Hohaia (c.1825-1901) was the longest survivor of twelve children born to Patuone’s four wives - Te Wheke, Te Hoia, Takarangi and Rutu. The children born to Patuone Hohaia and his wife Kateao Te Takupu were Eru Patuone Hohaia, Te Tawaka Hohaia, Hoana Hohaia, Kaiaho (Kaioha) Hohaia, Ani Kaaro Hohaia, Raupia Hohaia and ...
Eruera Maihi Patuone (c.1764 – 19 September 1872) was a Māori rangatira (chief), the son of the Ngāti Hao chief Tapua and his wife Te Kawehau. His exact birth year is not known, but it is estimated that he was at least 108 years old when he died.
Māori have been recognised for their input in the tourism industry since the famous pink and white terraces, natural wonders of the world, were first recognised. Maori would use their knowledge and also the resources they had to bring travellers to view this beautiful area down in Lake Rotomahana, near Rotorua.
Ngapuhi chief, Patuone(c1764-1872), www.patuone.com is buried on the side of MountVictoria (Takarunga). Devonport was first settled by European in 1840. It was initially called Flagstaff because of the flagstaff raised on nearby Mount Victoria (Takarunga). For the first half century or so of its existence Devonport was geographically isolated ...
Born for War - Endorsements - New Zealand's military history, including traditional Maori warfare, Musket Wars, Treaty of Waitangi, Maori Wars, WW1, WW2, Vietnam War.