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Manaia Cemetery

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Location: Manaia, Taranakimap
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Manaia Cemetery is in the small rural town of Manaia in South Taranaki. Built around 1880 on site of a former pâ (Te Takahe) during peacetime, a redoubt and wooden watchtower was created for the passive resistance of the Parihaka chief, Te Whiti o Rongomai and his followers.

A free-space page for capturing and recording interments at Manaia Cemetery in Manaia, Taranaki.

About this Free-Space Page

This free space page for Manaia Cemetery was created to document the life and times of our ancestors that are interred there. The New Zealand Cemeteries Team is part of the Global Cemeteries Project.

This page is a work in progress.

If you know of a person interred at this cemetery that should be linked to an existing WikiTree profile, or needs to have a profile created for them, please contact Darren Kellett for assistance, or one of the Cemeterists for The New Zealand Cemeteries Team.

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