Deeds—No. 19. Te Hua, Part Rural Section No. 36, Grey and Bell
1873. 1 November.Grey and Bell District.This Deed
made the first day of November in the year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and seventy three Between Miriama Tawhiri of Ngatiruanui
and Hami TeTe Hua.
Raro of the Hua both in the Province of Taranaki and Colony of New
Zealand(Part Rural Section No. 36).
aboriginal natives of the one part and Her Majesty the Queen of the other
part, page 31
Whereas Paora Haupunga was at the
time of his decease the owner in fee simple in possession of the parcel of land
hereinafter described and intended to be hereby conveyed, And whereas the Paora
Haupunga died intestate some time previous to the twenty first day of February one
thousand eight hundred and seventy And whereas by an order of the Native Lands Court
dated the the twenty first day of February one thousand eight hundred and seventy
the said Miriama Tawhiri and Hami Te Raro were declared to be the heirs at law of
the said Paora Haupunga deceased who ought to succeed to the said property
hereinafter described, Now this Deed witnesseth that in consideration of the sum of
Twenty pounds paid by the Minister of Public Works to the said Miriama Tawhiri and
Hami Te Raro (the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged)Receipt for £20.
they the said Miriama Tawhiri do and each of them doth hereby convey and
assure unto Her Majesty the Queen her heirs and successors and assigns all that
piece or parcel of land situate at the Hua in the Province of Taranaki aforesaid and
being part of rural section number 36 on the map of the Hua District and containing
by admeasurement three roods and thirty four perches more or less, Bounded towards
the East and SouthBoundaries. [0s. 3r. 34p.]
East by a road seventy links and a Native Reserve sixty links, towards the
West by section number 35 one hundred and ten links, towards the North by other part
of said section number 36 nine hundred and sixty links and towards the South also by
other part of said section number 36 nine hundred and twenty links, as the same is
delineated on the plan drawn in 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 they the said Miriama Tawhiri and Hami Te Raro are or shall become
seized or possessed of or are 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.
Miriama Tawhiri x her mark.
Signed by the said Miriama Tawhiri the same
having been previously read
interpreted to her in the presence of—
W. Carrington, J.P.
Hami Te Raro.
Signed by the Hami Te Raro the same having
been previously read over
interpreted to him in the presence of—
Robert Parris, Civil
Wednesday, 8th April, 1874.
Received for Registration at eleven o'clock a.m.
A. S. Douglas,
Registrar of Deeds.
A True Copy of Original Deed and Registration.
H. Hanson Turton.
August 27th, 1875.