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Pa George Karika
kia Orana ,
Public - George - Other relative - 25 April 2020
Sergeant Pa George Karika, paying respect and honouring my grandPapa.
your grandson George teariki Karika
Forward the light brigade was there a man dismayed
not tho the soldier knew someone had blundered
their's not to make Reply
their's not to reason Why
their's but to do and Die
into the valley of death rode the six hundred
by Alfred Lord Tennyson - 1855
Public - George - Direct descendant - 11 November 2019
Pa George karika , thinking of you on this Remembrance Day 11th November .when Peace was declared in WW1 101 years ago, love you from you Mokopuna George karika
19289 Sergeant Pa George Karika paying respect and honouring to you today. Lest We Forget. Aroha your grandson, George Karika.
Public - george - Direct descendant - 25 April 2019
Kia Orana to matou papa Pa George Karika.
Public - ANNIE - Direct descendant - 25 April 2019
My name is Annie Kelly-Brown, my mother is Aere and my mama is Elizabeth Teokotai Mataiti your daughter. I give thanks and honour you today and always for you are my hero ... you fought for our freedom, our mana, our paradise and our anau Ngati Karika. Na te Atua te aroa ia to tatou anau🌺
Kia orana. It is your grandson, George Karika. Today we remember you on this ANZAC Day. I am proud of you and your achievements. It's been a century but we will never forget you. Aro'a nui.
Public - George - Direct descendant - 25 April 2018
Kia Orana Great Great Grandpa,
Its me your Great Great Grandson Ezekiel Tuatea, my Great Grandmother is your daughter Rakera George Karika and I wish I had seen or met you however our generation gap is too wide apart and you'd be over 100 yrs old. I just want you to know that I am a proud of you being part of World War 1.
And your courage extends down to the next generations.
Public - Ezekiel Tuatea - Direct descendant - 16 August 2016
Kia orana e toku Papa. So sad that I never got to see you or touch you. So sad I never got to say hello, Papa George. But when I was young, I cleaned and painted your grave stone every year during the tutaka at the Cook Island Christian Church at Avarua, Rarotonga. I am named after you. My father is Takau George Karika, your son. I am so proud of you. You are my hero, Sgt Pa George Karika. Makea Pa George Karika. Tēnā koe. Aroha.
My family and I are very proud of you uncle George and I am sure that all of Ngati Karika are proud of you too. You have given of yourself so unreservedly for our freedom, a tribute that we will always treasure and pass on to the next generation(s). May our Lord keep and guide us in all our endeavours.
Public - Ina - Other Relative - 20 April 2015
dear pa george
I am you great, great, great grandniece and i would like to tell you if i were to meet you i would think that you are the greatest person in the world for entering the world 1, you sacrefiest your life for not only me, my family, and other people okay i gtg (got to go) i really love i hope i will see you in heaven please guide me to good places
Public - AMIRIA - 15 March 2015