Deeds—No. 81b. Pikokiko No. 2 Block, Whanganui
Crown Grant to Wiremu Matenga Tauwhio and
Know ye that, for good considerations, Us thereunto moving,
We, for Us, our Heirs1873. 17 December.Whanganui District. and Successors, do hereby Grant unto Wiremu Matenga Tauwhio, Henare
Tahau,Pikopiko No. 2. Tamati Reina Tauwhiro, Mohi Tukino, Heta Toka, Ihaia Tauwhanaki, Menehira
Whena, Manganui, Te Pohe, and Wiremu Tete Tauwhiro of the District of Whanganui in
the Province of Wellington Aboriginal Natives of New Zealand their Heirs and
Assigns, All that Parcel of Land in our Province of Wellington in our Colony of
New Zealand, containing by admeasurement Three hundred and ten (310) acres more or
less situate at Mangawhero in the District of Whanganui being called or known by
the name of "Pikopiko No. 2" and numbered Two thousand six hundred and eighty six
(2686) Bounded towards the North East by the Kaikai Block One thousand and eighty
sixBoundaries.[310 acres.] (1086) links Three hundred and fifty five (355) links and One hundred and
thirty three (133) links and by the Otaika Block Two hundred and forty five (245)
links and Three thousand one hundred and ninety four (3194) links Towards the
South East by the Makirikiri No. 2 Block One hundred and forty seven (147) links
Two hundred and thirty five (235) links Five hundred and ninety one (591) links
Three hundred and five (305) links Two hundred and ninety six (296) links Four
hundred and five (405) links and Three hundred and six (306) links and by the
Makirikiri Block One hundred and ninety two (192) links Seven hundred and sixty
seven (767) links Two hundred and eighty one (281) links Two hundred and fifty
nine (259) links Seven hundred and twenty four (724) links One hundred and eighty
three (183) links One hundred and seventeen (117) links and Four hundred and
ninety eight (498) links Towards the South West by the said Makirikiri Block One
thousand five hundred and ninety (1,590) links Three hundred and five (305) links
Six hundred and thirty five (635) links and One thousand two hundred (1,200) links
and by the Matatara Stream and Towards the North West by Te Kiekie Stream and the
Pikokiko No. 1 Block Four thousand seven hundred and seventy (4770) links Subject
however to the right conferred on the Governor of NewSubject to right of road for ten years. Zealand by the Native Lands Act 1865 of taking and laying off roads
through the said land without compensation Provided that the total quantity of
land to be taken there for shall not be more than after the rate of Five acres for
every One hundred acres and that the land taken for such roads be not occupied by
any building garden orchard plantation or ornamental ground Such right to cease at
the expiration of ten years from the date hereof As the same is delineated on the
Plan drawn in the margin hereof With all the Rights and Appurtenances thereto
belonging: To hold unto the said Wiremu Matenga Tauwhio, Henare Tahau, Tamata
Reina Tauwhiro, Mohi Tukino, Heta Toka, Ihaia Tauwhanaki, Menehira Whena,
Manganui, Te Pohe, and Wiremu Tete Tauwhiro their heirs and assigns for ever as
from the Twenty first day of July One thousand eight hundred and seventy three. 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 James Fergusson Baronet a member of Our
Most Honorable Privy Council, Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and over the
Colony of New Zealand, at Christchurch, this seventeenth day of December, in the
thirty seventh year of our Reign, and in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and seventy three.
Reg. W. 19.
Transfer No. 2,226.
Transfer No. 2,226, dated 18th July, 1873,
and produced 30th April, 1877, at 31873. 18 July.
p.m. Wiremu Matenga Tauwhiro, Henare Tahau, Tamati Reina Tauwhiro, Mohi
Tukino, Heta Toka, Ihaia Tauwhanaki, Menehira Whena, Manganui, Te Pohe, and Wiremu
Tete Tauwhiro, to Her Majesty the Queen.Transfer to the Crown.
Register Book vol. 3, fo. 23.
A True Copy of Original Crown Grant and Transfer.
H. Hanson Turton.
20th August, 1877.