Wethe Landholders and Chiefs residing at and belonging to
Waiwetu on the River Hutt, 1847.30 August.Wellington District.agree on the thirtieth day of August one thousand eight hundred and forty
seven to give up to Her Majesty's Government all those cultivations which we
have hitherto had on sections in the Harbour and Hutt Districts or elsewhere
belonging to European Settlers on our receiving from Lieutenant Colonel
McCleverty, subject to the approval of the Waiwhetu.Governor or Lieutenant Governor, portions of land which we have seen and
agree to receive in the Hutt District; a plan of which portions as coloured Red
in Number (one) "1" and yellow in Number (two) "2" and as hereinafter described
Number (one) "1" is the plan of section number nineteen "19" in the Lower Boundaries. [246 acres.]Hutt or Waiwetu District formerly belonging to Messrs. Bethune and
Hunter. Bounded on the North by number twenty three "23" of the same District,
on the East by the Hills westerly of the Waiwetu river, on the South and West by
the roads marked on the plan of the said District, that on the South dividing it
from sections number thirteen "13" and fourteen "14" of said District, and that
on the West from section number eighteen "18" containing one hundred and six
acres or thereabouts.
Number two "2" is nearly the whole of section number fifty seven "57" of the
Lower Hutt and part of Number fifty eight "58" in the same District. It is
bounded on the North by section number sixty "60," on the East by the River Hutt
and section number fifty nine "59" on the South by Section number fifty four
"54" and fifty six "56," and on the West by the Hills westerly of the River
|The portion of No. 57 contains
|Do. No. 58 contains
|In No. 2 plan
|In No. 1 plan
The natives of Waiwetu are also guaranteed in their pah—plan of which is
annexed coloured red containing 3 acres 2 roods 39 perches (3a. 2r. 39p.)
Sept. 13, 1847.
W. A. McC.
In addition E Puni relinquishes any claim to a portion of Native Reserve
No. 20 Memorandum.Lower Hutt District near the Bridge to the Waiwetu Natives as shown in
the plan and deed of No. 1 Petoni.
W. A. McCleverty,Lt. Col.
No. 94. Received for Registration at 11 o'clock a.m.11th March, 1848.Registration.
A True Copy of Original Deed, Translation, and Endorsement.Registrar of Deeds.
January 15th, 1876.