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David Rowland (d.1914) emigrated to New Zealand from England. He bought land at Tiakitahuna (also known as Jackey Town), in the newly opened up Manawatu area, in 1867. There he married Marara Koroneira, a daughter of the chief of the Tukorehei tribe ( a sub-tribe of Ngati Raukawa,) and they had ten children.

This short publication tells the story of the two branches of the family and their children.

Identification

Object type
Multi-Page Document
Relation
Research File A175/444
Date
1964
Digitisation ID
2019Pa_A175-444_029099
Format
Paper
Held In
Research File

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