Te Hapua (Mareitu)
|Te Hapua is the most northern settlement in New Zealand. It is located on the norther edge of the Parengarenga Harbour, not far from North Cape, which incidently is NOT Cape Reinga where the tourists go. It is essentially a Maori community, and the cemetery holds the remains of very many important and influential persons. As with other Maori cemeteries, we do not provide a complete listing, but record names associated with the genealogies on this web page. Thus if a family member is interred there, we may record the fact, but do not provide any general listing. On our maps Maori cemeteries are shown in black/white/red colouring. |
| Collected and collated by Alan Wagener. Actual headstone data; Data from other sources.|
First names: Stanley Desmond Genealogy
Born: 8 Sep 1929 At: Auckland, NZ
Died: 17 Nov 1991 At: Kaitaia, NZ
Age: 62 Buried: Mereitu cemetery, Te Hapua, NZ
Comments: Spouse of Maro née Neho.
First names: William (Bill) Te Herewini Genealogy
Born: 11 Nov 1934 At: Te Hapua, NZ
Died: 2 Jul 1993 At: Te Kaeo, NZ
Age: 59 Buried: Mereitu cemetery, Te Hapua, NZ
Comments: Spouse of Te Raupo née Kaaka.
Surname: Te Herewini Brown
First names: Hone (John) Genealogy
Born: 5 Dec 1930 At: Te Hapua, NZ
Died: 13 May 1990 At: Whangarei, NZ
Age: 70 Buried: Mereitu cemetery, Te Hapua, NZ
Comments: Spouse of Hera née Wiki.
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