Topic: Battle of Te Ranga: Māori

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This page is intended to list the Māori that took part in the Battle of Te Ranga on 21 June 1864. Approximately 107 Māori are though to have been killed during the battle and 27 severely wounded.

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Killed or died later from wounds:

  1. ENOKA, E. [E. Noka] (?-1864). Killed at Te Ranga. 'The following were also killed:- E Noka, Ngaiterangi…' (Daily Southern Cross, 29 June 1864, p. 3).
  2. HAMIORA (?-1864). Killed at Te Ranga.
  3. KAINGARARA (?-1864). Ngatimataku (Rotorua) (Daily Southern Cross, 29 June 1864, p. 3). Kotoma (a man of great influence in that locality). Killed at Te Ranga. (Baker, 1864). ‘Twenty-seven Ngāti Rangiwewehi warriors fought at Te Ranga, seventeen were killed, including the prominent rangātira Kaingarara’ (Ngāti Rangiwewehi, 2012, p. 8).
  4. KAPAIWAHO, Te (?-1864). Ngati Rangiwewehi.
  5. KERETI, Te (?-1864). Ngāti Hangarau. Father of Whareangiangi. Killed at Te Ranga 'Chief Kereti, who was one of the leaders at the Te Ranga fight in 1864' (Bay of Plenty Times, 4 September 1914). 'The loss of Ngāti Hangarau men is recorded in the lament written for Te Kereti by his wife' (Ngā Hapū o Ngāti Ranginui, 2012, p. 16). 'Whare Angiangi, daughter of the chief Kereti, who was one of the leaders at the Te Ranga fight in 1864 died at Bethlehem on Tuesday after a long illness. The deceased is survived by her husband, Te Mete Raukawa and a family of 12' (Bay of Plenty Times, 4 September 1914, p. 2).
  6. KOIKOI, Te Rauhea Paraone [Paraone Koikoi] (1828-1864). Chief of Ngāi Tamarāwaho. Killed at Te Ranga. 'The family of leading Ngāi Tamarāwaho chief Paraone Koikoi was one of those present during the battle. These traditions record that families died there' (Ngā Hapū o Ngāti Ranginui, 2012, p. 16).
  7. POIHIPI (?-1864). Whahatohea tribe. 'Chief of the Whakatohea, Opotiki' (Daily Southern Cross, 29 June 1864, p. 3). Killed at Te Ranga (Baker, 1864).
  8. Rawiri Tuaia Puhirake (?-1864). Ngai Te Rangi leader. Killed at Te Ranga. 'We give our readers this morning a brief sketch of the life of Rawiri Tuhirake, who remains as we stated before were exhumed at Te Ranga on the 13th inst and conveyed by his relatives to Omamatua where a large number of natives had congregated to lament over him and otherwise honour his memory… (Bay of Plenty Times, 22 August 1874, p. 3). (Daily Southern Cross, 24 August 1874, p. 3). 'A movement is afoot amongst the Natives of the Tauranga district to erect a monument over the grave of Rawiri, the Native chief who is buried in the military cemetery, and who distinguished himself as a warrior at the Gate Pa fight before he fell in the subsequent engagement at Te Ranga. General Robley, who now resides in England, has written to a friend in Tauranga, intimating his willingness to assist in the proposal by collecting subscriptions in the Old Country. We understand that the Maoris intend to approach the Native Minister on the matter, and ask for financial assistance to enable them to raise a suitable memorial over Rawiri’s grave' (Bay of Plenty Times, 15 April 1912, p. 4).
  9. RAUMATI (?-1864). 'A Piri-Rakau chief and a young veteran of the Waikato war and the Gate Pa, who was now to fall mortally wounded' (Gibson, 1974, p. 191).
  10. TAMATATAI, Hoera (?-1864). Whanau ia Hinerupe. Killed at Te Ranga.
  11. Henare Wiremu Taratoa (c1830-1864). Ngai Te Rangi leader. Killed at Te Ranga. (Gifford, 1940, p. 241), (Daily Southern Cross, 29 June 1864, p. 3).
  12. TEIRA, Te (?-1864). Ngāi Te Rangi. 'Ngahuri, the wife of Te Teira, who escaped to the bush at the time of the attack by the British on Te Ranga, was in town on Tuesday last. The old lady seems frail and has seen the best of her days. She informs us the native women were in great force at this engagement and though many of them escaped some were taken prisoners. Te Teira was amongst the natives killed at the fight, being shot down alongside Rawiri Puhirake, the commander in that fight on the native side. Ngahuri states that the women took up arms and fought alongside their husbands, but when they found themselves surrounded and their chief killed, many of both women and men retired and escaped to the bush. Te Teira was one of the natives whose remains were brought into town and buried in the Mission Cemetery' (Bay of Plenty Times, 4 October 1899, p. 2). (Find A Grave, 2014).Wounded at Te Ranga (Baker, 1864).
  13. TUTAUANUI, Timoti (?-1864). Hairini. A man of note in Tauranga. Killed at Te Ranga. (Gifford, 1940, p. 241). (Baker, 1864). 'Also the chief Timoti of this district' (Daily Southern Cross, 29 June 1864, p. 3). Ngāi Te Ahi lost much of its male leadership including Tīmoti Tutauanui, one of the authors of the 'rules of engagement' letter' (Ngā Hapū o Ngāti Ranginui, 2012, p.16).
  14. WHAREPITITI, Te Arawa (?-1864). Ngati Ngararanui. Killed at Te Ranga.

Wounded:

  1. ERA. Te Ngare. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had '1 hatchet' and was 'wounded' (Rice, 1864, p. 86).
  2. HOHEPA. Wharirua. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'lost his gun' and was 'wounded' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  3. KERETI. Te Matehaere. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he  was 'wounded' and had 'lost his gun at Gate Pa' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  4. MOTUITI, Ihaia. Te Arawa. (Baker, 1864).
  5. NIAO. Ko Tana Hapu Ko Ngaitiekairangi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he was 'wounded' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  6. POTUMA. Taken prisoner. (Baker, 1864).
  7. TERA, Te 'Some important chiefs also from Rotorua were made prisoners. Among the wounded Te Tera, and among the prisoners Iraia Takaparongo, are men of rank' (Daily Southern Cross, 29 June 1864, p. 3).

Fought:

  1. AMOHAU, Te. Te Ngare. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864 (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  2. APERAHAMA. Te Pirirakau. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  3. ARIA, Te. Ngaiterangi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had '1 spear and 1 pouch (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  4. AWA, Hamiora Tangi. Hapu Ngaitirawharo. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'musket, sword and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  5. ENOKA. Ko Tana Hapu Ko Ngaitiekairangi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had an 'Enfield rifle and caps'(Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  6. ERUERA. Ngatimarawaho. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'no arms' (Rice, 1864, p. 86).
  7. ERUERA. Te Papanu Ahi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  8. HAKARAIA (Gifford, 1940, p. 242).
  9. HAKARAIA. Kahurantao. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  10. HAKARAIA. Waitaka. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. 'Boy' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  11. HAKI, Hemi. Ngaititeniha. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'no gun' (Rice, 1864, p. 89).
  12. HAKIABA. Materawaho. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'no gun' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  13. HAMIORA. Ngatirakei. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864 (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  14. HAMIORA. Ngaituwhiwhi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  15. HAMIORA. Te Matehaere. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he was an 'old infirm man' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  16. HATI. Ko Tana Hapu Ko Ngaitiekairangi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  17. HAUMERA. Takotoko. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'Fowling-piece; caps; pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  18. HEMI. Materawaho. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'no gun' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  19. HEMI. Ngatimarawaho. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'no arms' (Rice, 1864, p. 86).
  20. HERA, Te. Te Matehaere. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'no gun' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  21. HEREMAIA. Te Matehaere. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  22. HEREWHINI. Wharirua. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'no arms' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  23. HETA. Wharirua. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 86).
  24. HETI, Wiremu. Ko Tana Hapu Ko Ngaitiekairangi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had an 'Enfield rifle and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  25. HIRINI. Kahurantao. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  26. HOANI. Ngatimarawaho. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 86).
  27. HOANI, Te. Te Ngare. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'Taiaha; no gun' (Rice, 1864, p. 86).
  28. HOAUI. Ngatimateika. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864 (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  29. HOHA, Aperahama Te. Takotoko. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he was 'sick' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  30. HOHEPA. Waitaka. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864 (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  31. HOKO, Te Hoko. Ngatimateika. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864 (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  32. HOMA, Te. Kahurantao. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  33. HOPEDA. Ngatimateika. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864 (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  34. HORI. Ngatimarawaho. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 86).
  35. HORI, Te. Takotoko. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had '2 guns and 2 pouches' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  36. HOUHON. Te Papanu Ahi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'hatchet and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  37. HURATENEUI, Te. Materawaho. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  38. IHAIA. Ko Tana Hapu Ko Ngaitiekairangi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'two pounds' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  39. IHAKA. Kahurantao. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  40. IHAKA. Materawaho. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  41. IHAKA. Waitaka. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864 (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  42. KAHA, Te. Ngaiterangi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'musket' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  43. KAHA, Te. Ngaiterangi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  44. KAIPUKE, Rere. Ngaiterangi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'Fowling-piece and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  45. KANAMORA, Parata. Te Pirirakau. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'Taiaha and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  46. KAPA. Ngatimarawaho. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he was a 'child' (Rice, 1864, p. 86).
  47. KARAKA, Arama. Te Matehaere. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'musket and pouch (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  48. KARORA. Ngaituwhiwhi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'fowling piece; caps and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  49. KAWA. Ko Tana Hapu Ko Ngaitiekairangi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  50. KEREOPA. Ngaititeniha. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'no gun' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  51. KIHAROA (Gifford, 1940, p. 242).
  52. KOHATU, Pou. Ngaiterangi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he was 'sick' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  53. KOHIWI, Ko Te. Ngaititeniha. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that was a 'cripple' (Rice, 1864, p. 89).
  54. KOHU. Ngatimarawaho. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'no arms' (Rice, 1864, p. 86).
  55. KOI. Te Papanu Ahi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'no gun' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  56. KOPENE. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'musket and pouch' (GBPP, p. 88).
  57. KOPENE. Ngaititeniha. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 89).
  58. KOPETERA. Ngaititeniha. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he his 'arms lost at Te Ranga' (Rice, 1864, p. 89).
  59. KOTAMAONE. Ngaititeniha. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he was a 'cripple' (Rice, 1864, p. 89).
  60. MAAKA. Te Ngare. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'musket' (Rice, 1864, p. 86).
  61. MAIHA. Te Matehaere. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'Fowling-piece and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  62. MAKA. Ngatimateika. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864 (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  63. MAKI. Te Papanu Ahi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'no gun' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  64. MAME, Te. Ngatekahi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he was an 'old man' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  65. MATEHUIRUA, Le. Ngatimateika. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864 (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  66. MATIU. Ngatimarawaho. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 86).
  67. MATIU. Ngaiterangi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'Patu parao and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  68. MAURGAPOHATO. Te Pirirakau. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he was 'sick' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  69. METE. Ngatihaugarau. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'no gun' and '1 hatchet (Rice, 1864, p. 86).
  70. METERA. Papaunahi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'no gun' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  71. MIKAERE. Ngatimateika. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864 (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  72. MITARA. Materawaho. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'no gun' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  73. MOHI. Materawaho. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'no gun' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  74. MOHORANGI, Tame. Ngaituwhiwhi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  75. MOTUITI, Ihaia - Te Arawa Potoma - taken prisoner at Te Ranga.
  76. NETANA. Materawaho. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'no gun' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  77. NGAHUHU. Ngaiterangi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'double gun and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  78. NGAHURI 'Ngahuri, the wife of Te Teira, who escaped to the bush at the time of the attack by the British on Te Ranga, was in town on Tuesday last. The old lady seems frail and has seen the best of her days. She informs us the native women were in great force at this engagement and though many of them escaped some were taken prisoners. Te Teira was amongst the natives killed at the fight, being shot down alongside Rawiri Puhirake, the commander in that fight on the native side. Ngahuri states that the women took up arms and fought alongside their husbands, but when they found themselves surrounded and their chief killed, many of both women and men retired and escaped to the bush. Te Teira was one of the natives whose remains were brought into town and buried in the Mission Cemetery' (Bay of Plenty Times, 4 October 1899, p. 2).
  79. NGAITAMA, Tera. Te Patutahom. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he was 'sick' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  80. NGAPATI. Ngatimarawaho. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 86).
  81. NGARARA, Kai (Gifford, 1940, p. 242).
  82. NGARI, Te. Ngaiterangi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had was 'sick' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  83. NGARIMU, Hira (?-1917). 'A well known native named Hira Ngarimu died at Maungatapu on Sunday last. The customary tangi is now being held and is being attended by a large number of natives from the surrounding districts and Te Puke. The deceased was the father of the well known Rangataua, footballers Taikato, Ngawhare, Neketai, Tame and Hemara. He took part in the Maori wars and was regarded as one of the finest exponents of Maori war dancing in this district' (Bay of Plenty Times, 2 May 1917, p. 2).
  84. NGARUWHILI, Te. Te Matehaere. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'Fowling-piece and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  85. Hori Ngatai (c1832-1912). Ngai Te Rangi chief. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  86. NGATIITI. Ngatimateika. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864 (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  87. NGAWAKA. Te Matehaere. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he was a 'Cripple; carried no arms' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  88. NIHI, Nihi. Te Paraunatu. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  89. NIRAI. Materawaho. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'no gun' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  90. NITIKA. Ko Tana Hapu Ko Ngaitiekairangi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  91. OTEHAU. Ngatimarawaho. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 86).
  92. PAIKEA. Te Ngare. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'Fowling-piece and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  93. PAORA. Ngaituwhiwhi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  94. PARAWHAI. Takotoko. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had '1 box of caps; 1 pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  95. PARCEONE, Wi. Ngatimarawaho. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he was 'sick' (Rice, 1864, p. 86).
  96. PATAI. Ko Tana Hapu Ko Ngaitiekairangi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he was 'sick' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  97. PATUHOE. Takotoko. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had '1 spear and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  98. PAURO. Ngatihaugarau. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 86).
  99. PENATA. Ngaiterangi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  100. PENEHAMENE. Ngatimarawaho. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'no arms' (Rice, 1864, p. 86).
  101. PEITA. Materawaho. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'no gun' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  102. PONO, Rawiri. Ngaiterangi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  103. POROU, Hemi. Te Papanu Ahi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'no gun' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  104. POTAKA. Ngatimateika. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864 (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  105. RAIMONA. Wharirua. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'lost his gun at last fight' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  106. RAPATA. Ngatimateika. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864 (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  107. RATAHI, Wipori. Materawaho. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'no gun; pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  108. REHA. Chose the Te Ranga pā site.
  109. RENATA. Ngaiterangi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had an 'Enfield rifle' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  110. REPATO. Ngaiterangi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he was a 'Preacher; carried no arms' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  111. REUPENA. Te Papanu Ahi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'no gun' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  112. RIKIHANA, Te. Ko Tana Hapu Ko Ngaitiekairangi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  113. RIPO, Wi. Te Patutahom. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'Fowling-piece and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  114. ROTA. Ngatimarawaho. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 86).
  115. ROTOEHU. Wharirua. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had an 'Enfield rifle and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  116. RUATO, Te. Kahurantao. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  117. RUKA. Ko Tana Hapu Ko Ngaitiekairangi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'sword and pistol' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  118. TA, Hohepa. Ngatimarawaho. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 86).
  119. TAERA, Hemi. Te Papanu Ahi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'no gun' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  120. TAHATIKA. Takotoko. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  121. TAHATIKA, Te Pōhoi 'Te Pōhoi Te Tahatika of Ngāti Taka fought at Te Ranga' (Ngā Hapū o Ngāti Ranginui, 2012, p.16).
  122. TAIAO, Mamera. Te Pirirakau. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  123. John McLeod Taipari (c1846-1916). (Te Puke Times, 8 February 1916, p. 2).
  124. TAKAPARONGO, Iraia 'Some important chiefs also from Rotorua were made prisoners. Among the wounded Te Tera, and among the prisoners Iraia Takaparongo, are men of rank' (Daily Southern Cross, 29 June 1864, p. 3).
  125. TAMEHANA. Materawaho. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'no gun' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  126. TAPA, Tihi. Ngaiterangi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  127. Tareha [Ikihiroa] One thing is certain, that they have created a new General amongst them, to succeed Rawiri, in the person of Ikihiroa, or Tareha, as he is occasionally called. He belongs to Maungatapu, a settlement about two miles higher up the river, and only a few weeks ago decided upon openly joining the ranks of the rebeis. He is a person ot rank, but of no influence amongst the tribes, on account of his weak, undecided character in fact, our troops will have no occasion to fear any harm from such a man. Hakaraia, before he left here, advised him strongly not to accept the leadership, for, so sure as he did, he would not only lose his own life, but the lives of his followers. However, it is strongly supposed that Tareha has undertaken the task imposed upon him by the remnants of the different tribes. General Thompson was to have taken charge of the Te Ranga position, but was unavoidably prevented, on account of severe indisposition (New Zealander, 30 July 1864, p. 6). 
  128. TARI. Ko Tana Hapu Ko Ngaitiekairangi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had was an 'old man' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  129. TAUGATAHON, Hohepa. Ngaituwhiwhi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he was 'sick' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  130. TEA. Te Matehaere. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he was an 'old infirm man' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  131. TEIPU. Ko Tana Hapu Ko Ngaitiekairangi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  132. TEPURU. Ngaituwhiwhi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  133. TERANGI, Ko. Ngaititeniha. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'no gun' (Rice, 1864, p. 89).
  134. TERANHUKA, Haka. Te Patutahom. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'no gun; 1 pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  135. TEREA. Ngatekahi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he was an 'old man' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  136. TEWHAREHERA. Te Papanu Ahi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  137. TIEPA, Te. Ngaiterangi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had an 'Enfield rifle' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  138. TIHEMA. Ngatekahi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he was an 'old man' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  139. TONE. Ngaiterangi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  140. TORUO. Ngaiterangi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  141. Pene Taka Tuaia. Ngaiterangi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  142. TUKERE, Hemi. Ngaituwhiwhi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  143. TUORI. Ngaiterangi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  144. TUPAER, Hamiora. Te Paraunatu. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'Gun and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  145. TUPARA. Ngaituwhiwhi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  146. TUPARA. Ngaiterangi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  147. TURE. Ngatimarawaho. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he was 'sick' (Rice, 1864, p. 86).
  148. TURIA. Materawaho. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'no gun' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  149. TUTAIA. Waitaka. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864 (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  150. TUTAUANUI, Tīmoti - Ngāi Te Ahi - one of the authors of the 'rules of engagement' letter.
  151. WAIARI. Kahurantao. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'musket, sword and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  152. WANAHORE, Le. Te Pirirakau. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'no gun; 1 pouch (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  153. WARE. Ngaituwhiwhi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'no arms' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  154. WAREPAPA. Ngatekahi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'spear and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  155. WETINI, Te. Ngatimateika. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864 (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  156. WHAKAMAHU. Te Matehaere. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he was an 'old infirm man' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  157. WHANGAPATO, Petera. Te Patutahom. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  158. WHAREPOUAKA. Materawaho. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  159. WHENUA. (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  160. WIO, Ta. Te Ngare. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864 (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  161. WIRA. Ngaituwhiwhi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'musket and pouch' (Rice, 1864, p. 87).
  162. WIRA, Parona. Ngaiterangi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had 'no gun' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).
  163. WIREMU. Ngaiterangi. One of 112 who surrended at Te Papa on 25 July 1864. Noted that he had a 'Fowling-piece and 2 pouches' (Rice, 1864, p. 88).

The Tauranga Māori New Zealand Wars memorial in Mission Cemetery was erected in 1997 in memory of 14 Māori warriors who fought against British troops in the battle of Te Ranga. It replaced a concrete marker that was previously on the site.

Tauranga Māori New Zealand Wars memorial (1997)

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