Legends of the Maori
The native historian of Aitutaki who gave the foregoing history of the Island people, added the following genealogical list:—
Ruatapu married again and begat Tamaiva and Moenau. (See history of Ruatapu.) Having sailed back to Aitutaki, he lived there and he married Tutunoa and begat Kirikava; Kirikava married Tekura-i-Oneroa, and they begat Maevakura. He married Te-nonoi-o-Iva, and they begat Maeva-rangi. He married Puri-te-Reinga, and they begat Maine-Marae-rua, page 91 who married Te-ii-mate-Tapu. Their child Marouna married Uenuku-kai-Atia. and they begat Tane Teaukura. He married Aka-ariki-o-te-Rangi, and they begat Te-tupu-o-Rongo, whose spouse was Katapu-ki-te-marae. The children of this pair were Ngarikitoko-a, Tekii-Koro, and Te Pare. From Ngariki the descent of the narrator of this history is:
The four chiefs of Aitutaki are all descendants of Ruatapu, viz. Tamatoa, Vaerua-rangi, Te-urukura, and Manarangi.