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Volume 14, 1881
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I. Of Houmea.

This is a genealogical line of descent direct from Houmea, to show her offspring; which line also includes Paikea.

  • Houmea.

  • Tutawhake.

  • Nana.

  • Nioi.

  • Tangaroa.

  • Te Meha.

  • Te Toi.

  • Te Ihimoana.

  • Te Rapumoana.

  • Tumaikawa.

  • Matangiteunga.

  • Ranginumia.

  • Rangiwhetuma.

  • Rangiwherara.

  • Tangaroapatiere.

  • Tangaroawhakamautai.

  • Te Petipeti.

  • Te Rangahua.

  • Te Aihumoana.

  • Te Aihumowairaka.

  • Rongomaitahanui.

  • Paikea.

  • Pouheni.

  • Rangitekiwa.

  • Rakaitapu.

  • Te Aowhakamaru.

  • Uetekoroheke.

  • Niwaniwa.

  • Porourangi.

  • Hau.

  • Rakaipo.

  • Rakaiwhetenga.

  • Tapuatehaurangi.

  • Tawhakeurunga.

  • Hinekehu.

  • Whaene.

  • Te Atakura.

  • Tuwhakairiora.

  • Te Aotiraroa.

  • Tumokai.

  • Tamaauahi.

  • Te Rangikatoiwaho.

  • Huiwhenua.

  • Rongotukiwaho.

  • Porourangi.

  • Potae.

  • Henere Potae.

  • Wiremu Potae. = 48 generations.

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Some other of Paikea's ancestors, whom he had called on, and, also, recollected in his distress,—as Houtaiki, Pakia, Hikitaiorea, Mataiahuru, etc.,—are yet more ancient than those mentioned in this list, and run, also, in two other lines of descent; those lines, however, are not here given.