(Enclosure in No. 56.)
Crown Grant to Repiu Totara, Native
1871. 16 November.Patea District.Victoria
by the Grace of God of the united Kingdom of Great
Britain and Ireland Queen, To all to whom these presents shall come Greeting: Know
ye that for goodPatea
considerations us thereunto moving we for us our heirs and successors do
hereby Grant(Section No. 32, &c.)
unto Repiu (Totara) a private in the Native Contingent his heirs and
assigns all that parcel of land in our Province of Taranaki in our Colony of New
Zealand containing by admeasurement one rood more or less being the town allotment
numbered two hundredBoundaries. [50a. 1r. 33p.]
and seventy eight (278) on the plan of the Ohawe township, Bounded towards
the North West by town allotment No. 277 Two hundred (200) links, towards the
North East by Town allotment No. 248 one hundred and twenty six (126) links,
towards the South West by town allotment No. 279 two hundred (200) links and
towards the South West by Hira Street one hundred and twenty six (126) links, And
also all that parcel of land containing by admeasurement Fifty (50) acres one (1)
rood and thirty three (33) perches more or less being the rural allotment numbered
thirty two (32) on the plan of the Patea District, Bounded towards the North West
by Katene road three thousand six hundred and twenty eight (3628) links, towards
the North East by Katene and Ohangai roads one thousand three hundred and ninety
(1390) links towards the South East by rural allotment No. 33, three thousand six
hundred and thirty three (3633) links and towards the South West by rural
allotment No. 41 one thousand three hundred and page 73
ninety links, as the same are delineated on the plans
drawn in the margin hereof, with all the rights and appurtenances thereto
belonging, To hold unto the said Repiu (Totara) his heirs and assigns for ever as
from the 6th day of September one thousand eight hundred and sixty six. In
testimony whereof we have caused this our Grant to be sealed with the Seal of our
Colony of New Zealand.
Witness our trusty and well beloved Sir George Ferguson Bowen Knight Grand Cross
of our most distinguished order of St. Michael and St. George Governor and
Commander in Chief in and over the Colony of New Zealand at Wellington this
sixteenth day of November in the thirty fifth year of our reign, and in the year
of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy one.
G. F. Bowen.
Monday, 11th August, 1873.
Received for Registration at Ten o'clock a.m.Registration.
A. Shaw Douglas,
Registrar of Deeds.
A True Copy of Original Deed, Crown Grant, and Endorsement.
September 3rd, 1875.