(Enclosure 2 in No. 43.)
Crown Grant to Hone Te Wharemako
and Others, of Hawke's Bay.
Victoria1867. 15 March.Hawke's Bay., by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain andRuahine. Ireland, Queen: To all to whom these Presents shall come, Greeting: Know
ye, that for good considerations us thereunto moving, We, for Us, our Heirs and
Successors, do hereby grant unto Hone Te Wharemoko, Karauria
Tamaiwhakakiteaterangi, Enoka Te Rua, Te Koko, Rewanata Taui, Eru te Whakaruamoko,
Peni te Puna, and Hira Pirika, of Hawke's Bay in the Province of Hawke's Bay
Aboriginal Natives of New Zealand, their Heirs and Assigns, All that Parcel of
Land in our Province of Hawke's Bay in our Colony of New Zealand, containing by
admeasurement One thousand nine hundred and five (1905) acres more or less situate
at Pukahu in the District of Ahuriri Province of Hawke's Bay called or known by
the name of "Pukahu"Boundaries. [1,905 acres.] and numbered Twenty five N (25n) Bounded towards the North West and North
by the Awanui Stream and the Ngaruroro River towards the North East by the Awa
Pokahou Block Six thousand four hundred (6400) links towards the East by a Creek
and by land the Property of Mr. R. Forster to Hikahika and towards the South West
by the Taurangakawau Block Thirteen thousand four hundred and ninety (13490) links
and by the Wheturariki branch of the Awanui Stream to the commencing point 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 Hone Te Wharemoko, Karauria
Tamaiwhakakiteaterangi, Enoka Te Rua, Te Koko, Rawanata Taui, Eru te Whakaruamoko,
Peni te Puna, and Hira Pirika, their Heirs and assigns for ever. In Testimony
whereof We have caused this our Grant to be sealed with the Seal of our Colony of
Witness our Trusty and Well-beloved Sir George Grey K.C.B. Governor and
Commander-in-Chief in and over the Colony of New Zealand, at Port Chalmers this
Fifteenth day of March in the Thirtieth Year of our Reign, and in the year of our
Lord One thousand eight hundred and sixty seven.
In accordance with the provisions
of "The Crown Grants Act, 1866," and "The Crown Grants Amendment Act, 1865," the
eleventh day of December, One thousand eight hundred and sixty-six, is hereon
endorsed as the day on which the Grantees becameEndorsement.
entitled to receive the within-written Grant.
Secretary for Crown Lands.
General Crown Lands Office,
Wellington, No. 2938.
31st day of August, 1869. Received for
Registration at 12 o'clockRegistration.
May 4th, 1867.
(l.s.)H. B. Sealey,
Registrar of Deeds.
Recorded 2 Vol. C.
G., fol. 206.
Index Vol. 12 N cap. 25N., fol. 26.
A True Copy of
Original Deeds, Translations, Crown Grant, and Endorsements.
H. Hanson Turton.
September 25th, 1877.