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The Tauranga Māori New Zealand Wars memorial was erected in 1997 in memory of 14 Māori warriors who fought against British troops during the Battle of Te Ranga in 1864.
2012
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The Tauranga Naval New Zealand Wars memorial erected in 1964 commemorates the 10 seamen and marines killed during the Battle of Gate Pā. Photo: Debbie McCauley.
2012
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The Hōri Ngātai New Zealand Wars memorial was erected in 1920. Photo: Debbie McCauley.
2012
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The Rāwiri Puhirake New Zealand Wars memorial erected at Mission Cemetery in 1914 marks the grave of Rāwiri Puhirake who died during the Battle of Te Ranga in 1864. Photo:
2012
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Tauranga 1st Waikato Militia New Zealand Wars memorial erected in 1909 commemorates the 25 colonial and imperial soldiers and sailors from the 68th Regiment, 1st Waikato Militia and Naval Brigade
2012
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The Tauranga 43rd Regiment New Zealand Wars memorial erected in 1865 commemorates the 26 men of the 43rd Regiment who were killed in action or died of wounds received during
2012
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It is thought that 230 Māori took part in the Battle of Gate Pā on 29 April 1864. This page is an attempt to list those Māori who were killed,
2013
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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
2013
Genealogy Record
Pā Engineer Pene Taka Tuaia (c1809-1889) was a key figure during the Battle of Gate Pā at Pukehinahina on 29 April 1864. Alternate spelling: Penetaka.
2012
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This list of key figures in the Battle of Gate Pā was created as Appendix 2 to the paper "Identity and the Battle of Gate Pā (Pukehinahina), 29 April 1864"
2012
Genealogy Record
Ngāi Te Rangi leader Hēnare Wiremu Taratoa (c1830-1864) was a key figure in the Battle of Gate Pā at Pukehinahina on 29 April 1864.
2012
Genealogy Record
Horatio Gordon Robley recorded many Tauranga scenes and people around the time of the Battle of Gate Pā at Pukehinahina on 29 April 1864. Much of his spare time was
2012
Genealogy Record
Ngāi Te Rangi leader Rāwiri Puhirake Tuaia (c1814-1864) was the most influential chief in Tauranga during the time of the Battle of Gate Pā at Pukehinahina (29 April 1864) and
2012
Genealogy Record
Ngāi Te Rangi chief Taiaho Hōri Ngātai was a key figure in the Battle of Gate Pā (Pukehinahina), 29 April 1864. Ngatai Road in Otumoetai was named for him and
2012
Genealogy Record
Captain of the Foretop (Warrant Officer) Samuel Mitchell participated in the Battle of Gate Pā (Pukehinahina) on 29 April 1864. He carried mortally wounded Commander Edward Hay from the battlefield
2012
Genealogy Record
On the eve of the Battle of Gate Pā at Pukehinahina on 29 April 1864, British officers gathered for dinner at The Elms. Assistant Surgeon William George Nicholas Manley (1831-1901)
2012
Genealogy Record
Captain Gilbert Mair compiled a history of the Battle of Gate Pā (Pukehinahina), 29 April 1864, which has proved a valuable tool for researchers.
2012
Genealogy Record
Heni Te Kiri Karamu (1840-1933) (also known as Heni Pore, Jane Russell and Jane Foley) claimed to be at the Battle of Gate Pā (Pukehinahina) which took place on 29
2012
Genealogy Record
Chief Te Ipu Hikareia (?-1901) claimed that it was he who gave water, bread and berries to Colonel Booth in the aftermath of the Battle of Gate Pā at Pukehinahina
2012
Genealogy Record
Raymond John Baker (Private 12/311) enlisted at Tauranga on 14 August 1914. He was reported missing, believed dead, on 25 April 1915 at the Dardanelles, Gallipoli. Researched and written by
2014