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In due course this section will expand to include our Scottish side and other relevant geneaologies. For the novice (which includes myself) it is important to understand whakapapa can and do differ in terms of generations, tipuna, arranged order, events and even gender across whanau, hapu and iwi. Entire generations can be skipped. I mention this to explain some of the subtle and not so subtle differences one encounters.
Lastly, for whanau whakapapa – especially this Century – I haven't entered the names/dates of childless marriages as the focus is on uri (descendants). This is not to belittle past relationships but rather to keep focused on our whanaunga far and wide. I trust to your understanding on this. Therefore, whakapapa may/may not include all siblings let alone all siblings from all known wives and remarriages.
A fin, Ohehi whanau, a fin.
→ Te Rarawa whakapapa
Our Te Rarawa whakapapa which traces from Kupe down to the three sons.
→ Ngapuhi whakapapa
Our Ngapuhi whakapapa which traces from Kupe down to the three sons.
→ Raukawa whakapapa
This is the whakapapa for uri o Raye Ohehi nee Robinson back to Tainui and Te Arawa waka.
→ Ngati Hine whakapapa
Hinemaru whakapapa for Warwick Ohehi through his Hoterene whanaunga.
→ Kiriora whakapapa
Kiriora's whakapapa from Tuiti down to her grand-daughter Eliza Jane Boyce.
→ Te Waenga whakapapa
Whakapapa of Te Waenga Tuoro, also known as Te Manene, tohunga of Omapere and Kiriora's father.