Tūtewehiwehi Kingi

Also known as
Robert Kingi
Date of death
1 March 2009

World War 2

Serial No
Address on enlistment
Te Puke, New Zealand
Next of kin
Mrs M. Kingi (wife), Care of W. Kerei, Te Pamu, Te Puke, New Zealand
Served in B Company, 10th Reinforcements. He is buried at Hinerangi Urupa (Cemetery) Okere Falls, Rotorua

Comments (3)

We miss you heaps Koro. Love you forever and always. Your 'Sweetheart' moko Stacey, moko's Hep and Te Arani , Te Uamairangi  Te Moengaroa. me nga Mokopuna Tua Rua,  Larsen Te Pohoi, Da'Rell Te Moengaroa, Cyrus Tutewehiwehi  Keirah Parehuia  . Xoxoxox

Tu, after his return from overseas service, like Henry Davis, was settled on a dry stock sheep and cattle farm at Okere Falls. In later life he was heavily involved in tribal matters and was a respected Kaumatua of Te Arawa and Ngati Pikiao in particular. Another warrior with a gentle exterior and a good friend.

Loving memory of my beloved dad, dad in-law, koro and great grand-koro. We love and miss you every - day & night. There is not one moment we ever stop talking about you dad, but all we have are precious loving memories to hold and keep within our hearts always. Arohanui daughter Flo, Ron. Your moko Eddie & Adelle, Billy & Liz, Jason & Rietta & Muri. Great grand koro of Eddie Jr, Shenae, Tarquin, Jasmine, Shakyna, Wiremu, Andrea, Don, Ryan, Jade, Dio, Cairo, Nikita. Whaingai moko Teira & whaingai great grand moko Muriwai. You have great, great moko's that you are not able to see or give them cuddles. Love you dad, heaps.xxxx Posted on behalf of Florence Crozier, daughter of Tutewehiwehi Kingi also known as Robert Kingi, B Company, 28th Maori Battalion.