(Enclosure in Deed No. 66.)
Crown Grant to Makarena Te
Waharoa and Rawiri Te Tahua.
Victoria, by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great
Britain and Ireland, 1866. 7 September.Hokianga District. Queen,
To All to whom these Presents shall come, Greeting: Karuhiruhi.
Know Ye that for good considerations Us thereunto moving We for Us our Heirs
and Successors do hereby Grant unto Makarena Te Waharoa, and Rawiri Te Tahua of
Hokianga in the Province of Auckland Aboriginal Natives of New Zealand their
Heirs and Assigns, all that Parcel of Land in our Province of Auckland, in our
Colony of New Zealand, containing by admeasurement Five thousand two hundred and
eighty (5280) acres more or less, situate at Wirinaki in the District of
Hokianga being called or known by the name of Karuhiruhi and being Lot numbered
One hundred and ninety six N(196 N) Bounded towards the North
by lines commencing at Kohuka on the Wirinaki River Boundaries. [5,280 acres.] One thousand eight hundred (1800) links Three thousand four hundred
(3400) links to Matoronui towards the East by lines Three hundred and twelve
(312) links Three hundred and eight (308) links Three hundred and sixty four
(364) links Three hundred (300) links Five hundred and five (505) links and One
hundred and seventy two (172) links to Tutetaua again towards the North by lines
Three thousand one hundred and fifty (3150) links and Three thousand nine
hundred and forty six (3946) links to the Wharekauwhire River towards the North
East by the Wharekauwhire River and by a line Seven thousand eight hundred and
sixty five (7865) links to Pukekohe again towards the. East by lines Eleven
thousand three hundred and sixty eight (11,368) links Fourteen thousand nine
hundred and seven (14,907) links Three thousand four hundred and seven (3407)
links Seven hundred and thirty three (733) links Two hundred and sixty five
(265) links Two hundred and fifty four (254) links Five hundred and sixty six
(566) links Two thousand seven hundred and sixteen (2716) links and One hundred
and ninety (190) links to the Wirinaki River towards the South by the Wirinaki
River and towards the West by lines Two thousand three hundred and sixty (2360)
links Two thousand four hundred and forty (2440) links Two thousand two hundred
and eighty five (2285) links One thousand five hundred and eighty five (1585)
links Three thousand and sixty six (3066) links Seven thousand seven hundred and
eighty one (7781) links One thousand three hundred and sixty nine (1369) links
Three thousand six hundred and twelve (3612) links Nine hundred and forty six
(946) links Five hundred and thirty three (533) links Six hundred and sixty five
(665) links Two thousand one hundred and four (2104) links Five thousand eight
hundred and forty eight (5848) links One thousand (1000) links Two thousand four
hundred (2400) links Five thousand (5000) links Three thousand six hundred and
fifty five (3655) links and Four thousand nine hundred and seventy two (4972)
links to Kohuka the point first mentioned. 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 Makarena Te Waharoa and Bawiri Te Tahua 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 New Zealand. 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 Wellington this Seventh day of September in the Thirtieth year of
our Reign, and in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and sixty six.
Endorsement. Tuesday 25 Septr. 1866 Received for
Registration at 3.46 p.m.
A true copy of Original Deed, Declaration, Certificate, Endorsements and
H. Hanson Turton.
January 18th, 1875.