Māori clergy

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Reverend Te Koti Te Rato
Date: [ca 1850s-1860s] Ref: 1/2-113813-F Description: Upper body portrait of Reverend Te Koti Te Rato. Inscriptions: bottom centre - Te Kooti Te Rato was a Wesleyan minister at Rapaki in Lyttelton, and the Cha...
Reverend Te Koti Te Rato
Date: [ca 1885-1895] From: Original photographic prints and postcards from file print collection, Box 1 Ref: PAColl-5471-040 Description: Head and shoulders portrait of Rev Wiremu Te Koti Te Rato in later life Te Rato was a Wesleyan minister at Rapaki and the Chatham Islands Inscriptions: Ver...
Date: [ca 1900] By: Orbell, Margaret Rose, 1934-2006 Ref: PAColl-8837 Description: Photographs, taken circa 1900 by unidentified photographers, mostly taken at East Cape, Gisborne region, including two group portraits of Maori Anglican cler...
Date: [1912] From: Te Whaiti family :Photographs Ref: PAColl-D-1055 Description: Photograph taken on the verandah of the Te Whaiti homestead `Te Karearea', Greytown of George Te Whaiti, his bride Meri (Mary) with the bestman and bridesmai...
Date: 02 Apr 1997 From: Te Roroa Maori life stories project By: Mete, Ngamako, 1935- Ref: OHInt-0568/02 Description: Ngamako Mete was born in 1935 at Waipoua, Tai Tokerau. Talks about being delivered at birth by grandfather Pera (Aperehama) Nathan Patuawa. Discusses her par...
Date: 17 Jan 1997 From: Te Roroa Maori life stories project By: Leaf, Harding Paul (Rev), 1926-2000 Ref: OHInt-0568/01 Description: Harding Leaf, born 1926 in Waikara, South Hokianga. Talks about his parents Taui Riwhi (Leaf) and Kauaeriria Moetara, also refers to grandfather Rawiri Hapak...
Date: [ca 1893] From: Williams family : Miscellaneous papers, particularly of William, William Leonard and Herbert William Williams Ref: MS-Papers-0190-17A Description: 54 clergy listed in chronological order by of date of ordination (1855-1893). Includes date and by whom ordinated to deaconate, and to priesthood; remarks (d...
Date: 1927-1950s Ref: PAColl-6353 Description: Photographs of The Reverend Oriwa Tahupotiki Haddon (1898-1958), including a group portrait of Maori ministers and home missionaries at the Maori Workers' C...
Date: 1932 By: Humphries, Jean, active 1999 Ref: PAColl-5887 Description: Concert party, Anglican Maori Mission, 1932. Included are signatures of most of the members. Quantity: 1 b&w photo-mechanical print(s).
Maharaia Winiata
Date: [ca 1952] Ref: 1/2-111202-F Description: Maharaia Winiata, circa 1952. Photographer unidentified. Quantity: 1 b&w original negative(s). Physical Description: Film negative
Date: 25 June 1991 - 25 Jun 1991 By: Huata, Wiremu te Tau, 1917-1991; Northcroft, Margaret, 1940?- Ref: OHColl-0291/1 Description: Canon Wi Huata recalls starting at Te Aute as a school pupil in 1933 and joined the Divinity section. Describes Te Aute College, with reference to Archdeacon...
Date: 19 April 1997 From: Te Roroa Maori life stories project By: Paniora, Teremoana, 1916-2005 Ref: OHInt-0568/03 Description: Born 1916 at Waimamaku. Christened Teremate Naera but called Teremoana. Explains was daughter of Hauraki Naera and Wirihita alias Te Rauhanga Iraia who died ...
From: Nga Morehu oral history project By: Bennett, Manuhuia Augustus (Bishop), 1916-2001 Ref: OHInt-0776-03 Description: Interview with Manu Bennett (Aged 81). Recalls childhood growing up in Kohupatiki and his parents (Bishop Frederick Augustus Bennett and Rangiaue Hemana Poki...
Talbot, Essie V :Photograph of Otene Paora, d 1930
Date: 192? By: Talbot, Essie V, active 2002 Ref: PA12-3289 Description: Portrait of Otene Paora (d 1930), Ngati Wharua leader, Anglican lay reader and land negotiator, taken ca 1920s by an unknown photographer. Quantity: 1 colou...
Date: August 1995 From: Kahungunu Kaumatua of the late 1900s By: Bartlett, Hori Tupaea, 1923-2004; Bartlett, Nan, active 1995- Ref: OHInt-0591/03 Description: Nga korero mo Wi Huata. Te Haahi Mihinare me te wa e tamariki ana Talks about Wi Huata, the Anglican faith and his childhood Finding Aids: Abstract Availabl...
Minister Haimona Patete
Date: [ca 1900] From: Duffy, A E (Rev):Photographs of Haimona Patete, Maungamoria Church and a certificate issued to ordained ministers of the Church of the 7th Rule of Jehovah 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...
Frederick Augustus Bennett, with his first wife Hana Te Unuhi Mere Paaka and their child
Date: ca 1900 From: Original photographic prints and postcards from file print collection, Box 7 By: Williams family Ref: PAColl-6001-43 Description: Frederick Augustus Bennett, with his first wife Hana Te Unuhi Mere Paaka (Hannah Mary Park), and their child Rawinia Bennett, circa 1900. Photographer uniden...
Date: 10 April 1997 - 10 Apr 1997 From: Te Roroa Maori life stories project By: Mete, Mark (Rev), 1927- Ref: OHInt-0568/06 Description: Mark Mete born 1927 at Mangonui Hospital,Tai Tokerau. Son of Matiu Mete of Te Ihu Tai hapu and Nari Kaitoa of Ngati Kahu. Relates grandmother Erana Muriwai a...
Date: 14 March 1989 From: Dominion Post (Newspaper): Photographic negatives and prints of the Evening Post and Dominion newspapers By: Reid, Philip John, 1954- Ref: EP/1989/0884-F Description: Archdeacon Sir Kingi Ihaka, photographed 14 March 1989 by Evening Post staff photographer Phil Reid. Quantity: 1 b&w original negative(s) 35mm negative stri...
Date: 19 May 1989 From: Dominion Post (Newspaper): Photographic negatives and prints of the Evening Post and Dominion newspapers By: Giblin, Ross, active 1980s-2000s Ref: EP/1989/1785-F Description: The investiture of Archdeacon Sir Kingi Ihaka, 19 May 1989, at Government House, Newtown, Wellington. Shows the Governor General, Sir Paul Reeves, presenting...