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Maori Deeds of Land Purchases in the North Island of New Zealand: Volume Two

Deeds—No. 17. Te hua, Part Rural Section No. 38, Grey and Bell District

Deeds—No. 17. Te hua, Part Rural Section No. 38, Grey and Bell District.

1873. 1 November.Grey and Bell District.This Deed made the first day of November one thousand eight hundred and seventy three Between Aperahama Tohuora of the Hua in the Province of Taranaki and Colony of New Zealand an aboriginal Native of the one part and Her Majesty the Queen of theTe Hua.(Part Rural Section No. 38). other part Witnesseth that in consideration of the sum of Fifty pounds paid by the Minister for Public Works to the said Aperahama Tohuora (the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged) He the said Aperahama Tohuora doth hereby convey and assure untoReceipt for £50. Her Majesty the Queen her heirs and successors and assigns, All that piece or parcel of land in the Province of Taranaki aforesaid and containing by admeasurement Two acres two roods and twelve perches more or less being part of rural section numbered 38Boundaries. [2a. 2r. 12p.] on the map of the Hua District, bounded towards the East by sections numbered 45 one page 30hundred and sixty links, towards the West by unallotted land in occupation of Maoris one hundred and sixty links towards the North by other part of same section numbered 38 one thousand seven hundred and twenty links and towards the South also by other part of same section number 38 one thousand seven hundred and twenty links, as the same is more particularly delineated on the plan drawn on the margin hereof. Together with all ways rights and appurtenances thereto belonging and all such estate right title and interest in and to the same as the said Aperahama Tohuora is or shall become seized or possessed of or is by the Immigration and Public Works Act 1870 or the Immigration and Public Works Act amendment Act 1871 empowered to convey or otherwise assure. To hold the said land and premises unto Her Majesty the Queen her heirs and successors and assigns for ever.

In Witness whereof the said parties to these presents have hereunto subscribed their names the day and year first above written.

Aperahama Tohuora x his mark.

Signed by the said Aperahama Tohuora (the
same having been first duly read over and
interpreted to him) in the presence of—
Robert Parris, Civil Commissioner.

7636.

Registration. Wednesday, 8th April, 1874. Received for Registration at eleven o'clock a.m.

(l.s.)

A. S. Douglas,
Registrar of Deeds.

A True Copy of Original Deed and Registration.

H. Hanson Turton.

Wellington, August 27th, 1875.