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Henare Raumoa Te Huatahi Balneavis MVO (26 March 1880 – 13 May 1940) was a New Zealand interpreter, private secretary and public administrator of Māori descent. Through his mother Te Rina Matewai he was connected to Ngai Tamanuhiri, Ngati Kahungunu, and Ngati Rakaipaaka; through his father he was connected to Te Whakatohea iwi.
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Henare Raumoa Te Huatahi Balneavis MVO (26 March 1880 – 13 May 1940) was a New Zealand interpreter, private secretary and public administrator of Māori descent. Through his mother Te Rina Matewai he was connected to Ngai Tamanuhiri, Ngati Kahungunu, and Ngati Rakaipaaka; through his father he was connected to Te Whakatohea iwi.
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