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Mohi Tūrei (c.1829 – 2 March 1914) was a notable New Zealand tribal leader, minister of religion, orator and composer of haka. Of Māori descent, he identified with the Ngāti Porou iwi. He was the only child of Te Omanga Tūrei of Ngāti Hokupu hapū and Makere Tangikuku of Te Aitanga‐a‐Mate hapū. In 1904 Tūrei was appointed the first vicar of Waiapū. He supervised the building of the second St John's Church, to replace the church that was burnt by the Hauhau. He was the minister at Rangitukia until 1909, when he retired as he had become bed-ridden with paralysis.

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  • Mohi Tūrei (c.1829 – 2 March 1914) was a notable New Zealand tribal leader, minister of religion, orator and composer of haka. Of Māori descent, he identified with the Ngāti Porou iwi. He was the only child of Te Omanga Tūrei of Ngāti Hokupu hapū and Makere Tangikuku of Te Aitanga‐a‐Mate hapū. In 1904 Tūrei was appointed the first vicar of Waiapū. He supervised the building of the second St John's Church, to replace the church that was burnt by the Hauhau. He was the minister at Rangitukia until 1909, when he retired as he had become bed-ridden with paralysis.
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  • Rangitukia
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  • Te Kautuku near Rangitukia, East Cape, New Zealand
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  • Anglican minister and Missionary
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