Ngawhetu Miria PARAONE

1850–about 1896 (Age 46)
Coromandel, Auckland, North Island, New Zealand

The Life of Ngawhetu Miria

When Ngawhetu Miria PARAONE was born in 1850, in Coromandel, Auckland, North Island, New Zealand, her father, Te Rauhea Paraone Koikoi, was 22 and her mother, Matatu Monotahuna, was 26. She married Taoki MIKAERE about 1865, in Tauranga, Auckland, North Island, New Zealand. They were the parents of at least 7 sons and 6 daughters. She died about 1896, in her hometown, at the age of 46.

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Family Time Line

Taoki MIKAERE
1834–1916
Ngawhetu Miria PARAONE
1850–1896
Marriage: about 1865
Ngawaimatao Mikaere
1866–
Te Akau Mikaere
1868–1971
Ngaruna Mikaere
1870–1948
Te Tami Mikaere
1870–
Pera Mikaere
1872–1933
Kiriweti Mikaere
1872–1947
Ngawhetu Kopa Mikaere
1876–1962
Te Ohia Mikaere
1878–
Kitemate Mikaere
1884–
Ruta Mikaere
1890–1962
Maata Mikaere
1877–1930
Naporena Mikaere
1882–1935
Ratoru Mikaere
1892–1957

Spouse and Children

MARRIAGE
about 1865
Tauranga, Auckland, North Island, New Zealand
children

(13)

    Ngawaimatao Mikaere

    Female1866–Female

    Male1868–1971Male

    Male1870–1948Male

    Te Tami Mikaere

    Male1870–Male

    Pera Mikaere

    Male1872–1933Male

+8 More Children

Parents and Siblings

siblings

(9)

    Female1842–1920Female

    Ihakara PARAONE

    Male1844–1864Male

    Maora PARAONE

    Female1846–Female

    Female1850–1896Female

    Harata (Charlotte)Te Auetu PARAONE

    Female1852–1915Female

+4 More Children

World Events (6)

1858 · New Provinces Act

Age 8

The New Provinces Act was established to help create new Provinces in the quickly growing region of New Zealand. This Act also helped kept laws in check as well as create Provincial Councils to help govern over the people within the areas.
1860 · First Taranaki War

Age 10

The First Taranaki War was an armed conflict between the Māori people and the New Zealand Government over rights of land ownership. It was fought by more than 3,500 troops from Australia, as well as over one-thousand Māori. Total losses among the two armies are estimated to be around 440 men. The war ended in a ceasefire, although the British claimed that they had won the war.,
1863 · New Zealand Settlements Act

Age 13

The New Zealand Settlements Act was passed to be able to seize any of the land from the Maori tribes who had been in rebellion against the Government since the beginning of the year. This confiscation law targeted Kingitanga Maori mainly because they were whom the government had waged war against in the attempt to restore British Law to the tribes. 

Name Meaning

Italian: probably a nickname from faraone ‘pharaoh’, although various other sources have been proposed.

Dictionary of American Family Names © Patrick Hanks 2003, 2006.

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