Te Ngohi Kawhia Akanui was born on an unknown date to Te Akanui Hore and Rangimamae .

Te Ngohi, also known as Kawhia, was a renowned fighting chief of Ngāti Paretekawa (a sub-hapu of Ngati Maniapoto) and was a signatory to the Treaty of Waitangi, one of five chiefs from Maniapoto who signed.

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Offspring of Te Ngohi and Pareheke 1st wife. Kahutuangau 2nd wife.
Name Birth Death Joined with
Rewi Maniapoto 1807 New Zealand 21 June 1894 Kihikihi, Waipa District, Waikato Region, New Zealand Te Rohu (c1840-)










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‡ General
  • Te Ngohi aka Kawhia had two wives. His first wife Pareheke was killed at Paterangi he remarried his second wife Kahutuangau and they had a daughter named Te Whakahae alias Ripeka. Te Akanui's parents were Hore and Hinekai.
  • Wikipedia:Rewi Maniapoto
₪ Wedding
  • Te Ngohi = Pareheke 1st wife
     1. Rewi Manga Maniapoto (m)  =  Te Rohu (f)
                            1.Te Kore alias Te Whiwhiamanga (fdni)
     2. Te Raore alias Te Roore (m) = Kereihi Purau
                             1.Te Raueue Raore (fdni)
¶ Death
  • Te Ngohi was buried beside his great grandfather Te Momo-o-irawaru at a place called Panetapu near Waikeria.
§ Remains
  • Te Ngohi = Kahutuangau 2nd wife
     1. Te Whakahae alias Ripeka (f) = Hughes (Huihi)
                   
                                    1. Rihi Te Whakahae = Niketi Poneke 1st husband
                                                       1. Te Muraahi Niketi (m)
            
                                       Rihi Te Whakahae = Te Kohika Raureti 2nd husband
  
                                                       1. Pareumuroa Te Kohika (f)
                                                       2. Taurangamowaho Te Kohika (m)
                                                       3. Te Ngareotekohera Te Kohika (fdni)



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