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  1. Kelekolio Soane Koloi says:

    Well documented. I’m very humbled to come across this site. I can see that you have put in so much effort and time in this work. All the information are very interesting, and I hope for some more. I’m very interested in knowing my Tokelauan roots, especially from what I see on this site. I’m not sure if I have any connection to all these. But, many of the names mentioned sound very familiar. For your information, my grandparents are from Tokelau. My grandfather is Ioane Koloi, and grandmother is Malia. I later found out that my grandfather’s correct name is Soane and grandmother is Liku. Her maiden name is Paino (I think?). They served for many years as Roman Catholic Catechist (Fesoasoani Katoliko). In the year I was born, they were in the village of Aua, American Samoa (20+ years). That’s little information about myself, but look forward hearing from you.

    Take care and God Bless. Soifua.

    • admin says:

      Thank you Kelekolio, I will ensure to keep these names in mind as I research. Hopefully others who browse this site may have a little more information than I do at present. Lots of love to your family.

    • admin says:

      Hi Margie. Sorry it’s taken so long to get back to you and to make the corrections. Thank you so much for your input it is very much appreciated. I look forward to the day we can have a great family reunion back in our homeland.

      God Bless and Love to your family

      Fa’afetai tele lava

    • Ksanft says:

      These names are so familiar I read something awhile back but wasn’t too sure. I asked my family and these are the names that are currently in my family.
      Something something a man from America with the last name Smith, had 4 or 5 children with a Samoan lady.
      I think the names were, Ryan, Sarah, and I can’t remember the rest. The other stayed back and had families of their own in Satuimalufilufi, and other villages I cannot recall.
      Anyways, Mr Smith relocated back to America with he’s 2 sons, and that was the end of the story.
      So my grandmother is Tuliliau Levi Manusina, she would be the granddaughter of Mr Smith.
      Would like to know more please.

  2. hi my name is Paulo Ioanetelesoma ,thankyou very much for this bits of information of our family, my grandmother is Kalala n my great grand mother is Timesa aka Faete the third child of lafaele Pereira, i have heard our ancestors storey from my dad but i was confused, until i read this history of our family now i understands everything about myself, thankyou on e again, but my great grandmother Faete had four kids two boys two girls, and one of the boys name is missing on your findings, his name is Peniamina aka Penu, thanksyou once again Godbless n takecare ohh one more thing whos the administrator here pls??

    • admin says:

      Hi Paulo,
      Thanks for taking the time to comment and contribute to keeping our lineage accurate for posterity. I have made the change on the website, thankyou.
      It is wonderful that you have found your way here and I send love and blessings to you and your family.
      Please spread the word out and I encourage feedback in terms of accuracy.
      Ideas and contributions are also encouraged. (i.e. can I put your family tree up?)

      I, Vincent Pereira, am the administrator and creator of the site.
      Antonio Pereira (Atone) was my great,great,great grandfather José Pereira (Peleila) was my great great grandfather Lafaele Pereira was my great grandfather Sipiliano Pereira was my grandfather Etimani Pereira is my father I am the eldest son of the eldest son of the eldest son of the eldest son of the eldest son of Antonio Pereira Vitorino de Barros (Atone)

      Once again, thank you Paulo for making contact, I hope we can meet one day.
      All the very best
      God Bless

      Warm regards

      • Thankyou Vincent for the correcting that, but you are right that we need feed backs from each and everyone of us in order to correct any mistakes on our family tree. And I know theres some of us out there that they can also contribute too. But yea my great grandmother is Faete, grandmother is Kalala Soma is her eldest son thats my father, so you must know my father very well cos I’ve heard my father talking about his cuz Vincent,Hector etc..and thats what I’m hoping for is to meet up with some of our family one day, and share our history together. Thankyou once again, Godbless!

  3. Ben says:

    Thanks for putting this together. Very helpful. John Jose Pedro is my great x3 grandfather. Im trying to find the connection between John and Antonio. If they were brothers, why do they carry diff last names. WHats the relation between Pedro and Pereira from the era of the dynasty? Thanks again for this website.

  4. Eseta Apete says:

    Hi, I am a descendant of John Pedro and would like to know if he and Antonio were true biological brothers(as stated on your website). If so would you know their family lineage. Also, could you please correct Ana Iosua to Ana Iasona (daughter of Selepa and John Pedro). Thank you for the interesting and informative read.

  5. Nani Mativa-Tulikihihifo says:

    This is so awesome! I am so happy and humbled i came across this site. My name is Malia Mativa, and my grandma is Mē Juliana Pereira Luafalemana, the youngest child of Lafaele and Rovine Pereira. I just started to do my genealogy search and when i googled our great great great great grandfathers name this site came up. Thank you for taking the time to do all of this. Its so exciting to always hear where our family is from, and what they are like. Such an overwhelming feeling when i find new information about our Pereira aiga. Cant wait to hear and learn more, and cant wait to meet the rest of the family that i havent met yet. Much love, Nani!

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  7. Louise Meredith says:

    The correct Spelling of the name is De Barros .. you will find the family tree under Pernambuco Geneology…Name is Antonio Vitorino De Barros .. Pereire would be mothers name I think.

  8. Fiona Serevi Tapaleao says:

    Hi Vincent,

    Thank you so much for this wealth of knowledge, time and information in regards to the history of the Pereira lineage. I read this history with pride and joy to know that this is the line of people I come from. My mother is Tolotea, the eldest daughter of my grandmother Kalala Pereira, eldest daughter of my great grandmother Maria Faaete Pereira, 4th child of our great, great grandparents Lafaele and Rovine Pereira. It is awesome to see the journey that our ancestors took to bring our family to the pacific. I hope we get to find out more about our history and lineage. It’s so important to know and understand where we all came from. Thank you once again and God bless you and your family.


  9. Fiona Serevi Tapaleao says:

    Apologies, I stand corrected. My great grandmother, Maria Faaete Kimesa Pereira, was the 3rd child of Lafaele Pereira.

  10. Iosefo Tulafono says:

    Hello I thank you for putting this history of our Pereira Lineage up but if you would I would like to add to one of José Pereira’s offspring to his second his daughter Fita, she had a daughter named Tuvale Pereira (My Great grandmother) who was married to Tulafono Feleti and they’re child were
    1. Sefo(Heho) (My Grandfather)
    2. Iuliano
    4. Penese
    8. Pesamino
    Thank you for taking your time to create this website this has given me more knowledge and I have learnt a lot about our Pereira family I actually never knew that I had Portuguese lineage through my Tokelauan family I wish you nothing but the best in your future endeavours, But can you also keep me updated on any family functions bht also the Pereira Family reunion

    Fakafetai lahi lele

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