Church of the Seven Rules of Jehovah

Te Hahi o Te Ruuri Tuawhitu o Ihowa

The founder of the church was Simon Patete. It began in the Wairarapa with Taiawhio Te Tau as its leader, in the mid 1890s.

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Date: 1990 From: Chrisp, Steven Mark, 1968- : Papers Ref: 2005-029-08 Description: Contains two documents, `Te Ruri Tuawhitu o Ihowa' and `Maori historical information base for the Wellington City Council Area'. Quantity: 1 folder(s). Phy...
Date: ca1935-ca1950 By: Chamberlain, Len, active 1994 Ref: PAColl-4859 Description: Unidentified photographs of Maori relating to the Church of the Seven Rules of Jehovah Quantity: 3 b&w original photographic print(s).
Date: 1926-1997 By: Patete, Anthony, active 1960-1996 Ref: MS-Papers-5950 Description: Comprises photocopies of statistical returns from census returns relating to the Church of the Seven Rules of Jehovah (1926-1966); for 1961 and 1966 the reli...
Date: 1973 By: Duffy, Alex Edward (Rev), active 1973 Ref: MS-Papers-4190 Description: Translation entitled - The Church of the Seven Rules of Jehovah. Founder of the church was Simon Patete and it was established in the Wairarapa ca 1895. Fi...
Date: 1901-1927, 1995 By: Patete family Ref: MS-Papers-5689 Description: Collection comprises diaries, whakapapa, ledger, letter book, and other papers concerning land dealings, the Church of the Seven Rules of Jehovah, minutes o...
Date: 1890s By: Te Whaiti family Ref: PAColl-5383 Description: Photographs of Maori men, presumably members of the Kotahitanga Maori Parliament; there is a large photo of Meiha Keepa Te Rangihiwinui in the middle of the ...
Date: 1989 From: Chrisp, Steven Mark, 1968- : Papers Ref: 2005-029-09 Description: Contains information and research relating to the church. Quantity: 1 folder(s). Physical Description: Mss and typescripts
Maori Peace Monument, Queen Elizabeth Park, Masterton
Date: 24 October 1960 Ref: PAColl-5471-039 Description: Photograph of the Maori Peace Monument at Queen Elizabeth Park, Masterton. Photograph taken on the 24th of October, 1960. The Monument was erected by the Ch...
Minister Haimona Patete
Date: [ca 1900] Ref: PAColl-5549-3 Description: Minister Haimona Patete, circa 1900. Photograph possibly taken by the Foy Brothers. Source of descriptive information - Possible photographer named by Libra...
Maori Peace Monument, Queen Elizabeth Park, Masterton
Date: 1922 Ref: 1/2-046321-G Description: Photograph of the Maori Peace Monument erected by Taiawhio Te Tau and the Church of the Seven Rules of Jehovah The Church of the Seven Rules of Jehovah was ...
Date: 1989-2002 Ref: Series-3906 Description: Contains personal research material relating to the Seven Rules of Jehovah Church and Sir Emery Walker. Quantity: 3 folder(s).
Date: 1850-1928 By: Church of the Seven Rules of Jehovah Ref: MS-Group-0324 Description: Contains material about the Church of the Seven Rules of Jehovah including prayerbooks, rules, theological letters, church activities (baptisms, marriages, b...
Maungamoria Church, Homewood, Masterton
Date: [ca 1900] Ref: PAColl-5549-1 Description: Photograph of the opening of the Maungamoria Church building at Homewood, near Castlepoint, Masterton; the Church was a place of worship for the followers of...