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Re: Ah Kew

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Posted by Angela Charlie ( on April 13, 2010 at 05:56:43:

In Reply to: Re: Ah Kew posted by Lucinda Adams on June 02, 2001 at 10:19:47:

Dear Anthony and Lucinda,

I also have some lineage to the Ah Kew as above who also came from China. My great grand father married a Cook Island Woman in the 1900's called Karongo. They had 8 children - 1.Aiu(f), 2.Ah Kew(m), 3.Ah Pongi(m), 4.Taopua(m), 5.Mata(f), 6.Hing Toy(m), 7.Vaingarangi(f)-my grandmother, 8.Metuaone(f)
If you also have connections to the Cook Islands please drop me a line...Looking forward to finding my other relations around the world. My grand-uncle Hing Toy was sent back to China with my great-grand father during the 1900's and it was his eldest sister Aiu who tried her best to find her brother and return him to Rarotonga, Cook Islands where they were all born.

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