woman .‏‎

Married/ Related to:

man Te Whanake TUHUIA‏‎, son of Tuhuia I and .‏.
Born ‎1782, died ‎1842‎, 59 or 60 years
As per the Encyclopedia of New Zealand site, Te Whanake and another chief were killed in an attack on his home village by Taraia Ngakuti, a Maori chief who had refused to embrace Christianity or sign the Treaty of Waitangi.

"The victims had belonged to a Christian settlement, and on his return to Thames Taraia transferred his anger to Christians there. At a Christian settlement his people caricatured a service in the local chapel. At his own settlement at Purua (about 10 miles from present day Thames), the heads of the two chiefs were rolled into the midst of the Christians while they were at prayer."

See https://teara.govt.nz/en/biographies/1t13/taraia-ngakuti-te-tumuhuia