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Ko Sidney Tutete Otene Kereama (Graham) ratou ko tana tama ko Toi Graham, ko tana wahine ko Erana/Erena (Teieti) Kereama. No te iwi o Ngati Kauwhata ki Awahuri. He kaiwhakairo a Sidney mo to te Marae Kai Iwi, ko Kauwhata. Ko te matua o Sidney ko Otene Kereama (Pango Kereama ranei), ko te whaea o Sidney ko Te Manawanui. Hei tamahine a Erana ma Takana Teieti no Ngati Kauwhata. Ko to Erana whaea ko Ngaunuhanga Paikea Te Keepa no te Motu o Matakana raua ko te Motu o Mayor e tata ana ki Tauranga.Sidney Tutete Otene Kereama (Graham), his son Toi Graham and his wife Erana/Erena Kereama, descendants of Ngati Kauwhata of Awahuri. Sidney was a carver at Kai Iwi Marae. His parents were Otene Kereama (Pango Kereama) and Te Manawanui. Erana's parents were Takana Teieti, a descendant of Ngati Kauwhata, and Ngaunuhanga Paikea Te Keepa, a descendant from Matakana and Mayor Island near Tauranga. To access image please contact us.

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Whanau a Kereama raua ko Teieti, Ngati Kauwhata
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