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Te Rata Te Moni
Kia ora koro, your moko was asking if he had any whanau that served in the World War II. Who would of thought what emotions of telling him would have brought from a simple ???? Well hope those skies above are treating all the whanau well. Aroha nui to you all. Miss and love you all. XOXOXO
Public - Raima - Direct descendant - 29 October 2019
Kia ora Papa can't wait to get up tomorrow morning with your moko to remember you. We had twin boys last year so our name will go on koro. Arohanui e te rangatira. Forever in our hearts. Forever in your debt Papa. XOX
Public - Doug Te Moni - Direct descendant - 24 April 2017
Kia Kaha Koro... it's amazing how fast the years have past us by... Well I guess you have Nan and mum to help pass the years away now.... The tradition of serving in the army still continues to this day... God bless you and all of those that continue to serve in honor of God King and Country.
Public - Frances Rawinia - Other Relative - 13 March 2015