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16 May 1840Sheet 8 — The Cook Strait (Henry Williams) Sheet

On 16 May 1840, Anglican Church Missionary Society missionaries Henry Williams and Octavius Hadfield travelled to Waikanae, where 20 signatories from Te Āti Awa added their marks to the Cook Strait (Henry Williams) copy of the Treaty of Waitangi.

The fourth signatory on the day, Ngā-raurekau, is likely to have been a woman. Apart from Matahau, who wrote his own name, each of these signatories made a unique mark next to their name.


Signature Numbersort ascending Signed as Probable Name Tribe Hapū
116 Ketetakere Kete-takere Te Āti Awa?
115 Pehi Pēhi Te Āti Awa?
114 Te Wehi Te Wehi Te Āti Awa?
113 Hurerua Urerua? Te Āti Awa?
112 Hiangarere Hiangarere Te Āti Awa
111 Kiha Kiha Te Āti Awa?
110 Hohepa Matahau Matahau Ngāti Raukawa
109 Raranga Raranga Te Āti Awa?
108 Koinaki Koinaki Te Āti Awa?
107 Kukutai Paora Kūkūtai Te Āti Awa?
106 Pukerangiora Puke-rangiora
105 Ngakaue Ngākanae?
104 Te Patukakariki Wiremu Te Patu-kākāriki Te Āti Awa, Ngāti Toa? Ngāti Tuaho, Ngāti Tihina?
103 Ngapuke Ngāpuke / Ngāpaki Te Āti Awa? Ngāti Raukawa?
102 Tuamane Tuainane Te Āti Awa
101 Te Heke Te Heke Te Āti Awa Patupo
100 Ngaraurekau Ngā-raurēkau Te Āti Awa?
99 Te Patukekeno Te Patu-kēkino Te Āti Awa?
98 Witi Wiremu Kīngi Te Rangitāke Te Āti Awa Ngāti Kura, Ngāti Mutunga
97 Rere tauwangawanga Te Rere-tā-whangawhanga Te Āti Awa Manukorihi

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