Vital Statistics. 1862.


Kapaniau—Feb. 26, at Olaa, Puna, Hawaii, Kapaniau (m) was born to Pinehaka and Keaka.
Keaupuni—Feb. 15, at Kaumana, Hilo, Hawaii, Keaupuni (m) was born to Nahaloaa and Pake.
Petero—Jan. 21, at Kapulena, Hamakua, Hawaii, Petero (m) was born to Haaheo and Kamakamanoanoa.
Kiwini—Feb. 21, at Papaloa, Kipahulu, Maui, Kiwini (m) was born to Wahinemaikai and Kaikaai.
Kaunuhiolelo—Feb. 28, at Kaapipa, Kipahulu, Maui, Kaunuhiolelo (f) was born to Kaleimakalii and Kaaikaula.
Pila—Mar. 2, at Papauluana, Kipahulu, Maui, Pila (m) was born to Pila and Kanele.


Daniela—Elena—Mar. 4, at Kaneohe, Daniela married Elena; the two were wed by Rev. B. W. Parker.


Kamaa—Mar. 10, at Manoa, Kamaa (f) died.
Paewahine—Mar. 5, at Kualoa, Koolaupoko, Paewahine (f) died.
Kahookano—Mar. 4, at Palanea, Honuaulua [Honuaula], Maui, Kahookano (m) died.
Puhili—Feb. 26, at Olaa, Hilo, Hawaii, Puhili (m) died.
Kaaia—Feb. 15, at Kaumana, Hilo, Hawaii, Kaaia (f) died.
Kaaiuahiole—Feb. 21, at Papalapuka, Hamakua, Hawaii, Kaaiuahiole (f) died.
Kamiki—Mar. 13, at Manoa, Kamiki (f) died.
Kanakanui—Feb. 23, at Kainalu, North Kona, Hawaii, Kanakanui (m) died.
Kawelo—Feb. 16, from the same place, Kawelo (m) died.
Keaupuni—Feb. 18, at Wailoa, Kipahulu, Maui, Keaupuni (f) died.

[Notice how this vital statistics column is not the same as the one appearing in the earlier post of Hoku o ka Pakipika which comes out at the same time…]

(Kuokoa, 3/15/1862, p. 3)


Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke I, Helu 16, Aoao 3. Maraki 15, 1862.


Vital Statistics. 1862.


March 5, at Kawailoa, Waialua, Oahu, married was Kauionohi (m) and Poniele (f); Emerson married them.
March 5, at the same place, married was Kalaehina (m) and Kaaki (f), Emerson married them.


March 10, at Kuliloa, Pauoa, Honolulu, Oahu, John Kahului (m) was born to Samuela Kalaikoa and Kahuawai (f).
February 7, at Waiahao [mostly known today as Kawaiahao], Honolulu, Oahu, Kalokuna (f) was born to Nahua and Makaalaikamoku.
March 11, at Kamoiliili [mostly known today as Moiliili], Waikiki Waena, born was Pua (m) to P. Kaenaena, and Aihaha.
March 9, at Kailua, Koolaupoko, Oahu, born was Omea (m), to Kaakau and Keoni.
January 8, at Auhaukeue, North Kona, Hawaii, born was Keawe (m) to H. P. Pahua (m) and Kapela (f).
February 4, at Hianaloli, North Kona, Hawaii, born was Mereakala (m) to Kapahupiula and Puhia (f).
February 22, at Puulena, Manoa, Oahu, born was W. Kaaikala (m), to Kaaumona (m) and Kamalanai (f).
March 1, at Kahoiamano, Manoa, Oahu, born was Mikaela (f), to Pepehia (m) and Kahookane (f).
February 14, born was Keaupuni (m) to Naholoaa (m) and Pake (f).


March 4, at Oneawa, Koolaupoko, Mrs. Paewahine died.
Feb. 27, at Kalihi, Honolulu, Oahu, Kaioe (m) died.
March 4, at Pahihi, Waihee, Maui, Kaailau died of olala [wasting away?].
March 10, at Kaakopua, Honolulu, Oahu, J. Nahua (m) died.
Feb. 27, at Papalaua, Lahaina, Maui, Makalauohe (f) died.
March 5, at Papalaua, Lahaina, Maui, Keaka (f) died.
February 23, at Paalaa, Waialua, Oahu, Ohule (m) died.
Feb. 25, at Paalaa, Waialua, Oahu, Kaakauhaahaa (m) died.
March 3, at Kawaihapai, Waialua, Oahu, Kahaloa (f) died.

[Some newspapers ran vital statistics columns, while others did not. Also the above is an example of a vital statistics column appearing in one paper at the same time another paper prints their own column. They are not the same. See the following post of the Kuokoa column.

Also, there are other articles in this issue giving vital statistics information:

p. 1—”He kanikau no Apuiki,” gives information on Apuiki who died in January, like the parents are Kaiho and Keaka, and elder sibling (of same sex) was named Keliihelela…

p. 1—”He wahi moolelo no J. Kaihupaa,” gives a nicely detailed biography of J. Kaihupaa, who dies on 2/26/1862. He was intimately involved in the royal court. Kamehameha IV took care of much of the funeral. The article is written by J. W. Iaukea (father of Curtis Piehu Iaukea)…

p. 3—”OLELO HOOLAHA, (by Mrs. Napapai),” is a personal announcement speaking of Kahinahina of Honolulu who just died, who is the true child of Kapau who also died, who was a member of the King’s Hulumanu. She claims all lands of Kaaihinahina, which are listed…

p. 3—”OLELO HOOLAHA, (by JNO. E. BARNARD),” is an official announcement saying that Kamaha asked to be the executor of the estate of Maau of Honolulu who died…

And on and on…]

(Hoku o ka Pakipika, 3/13/1862, p. 3)


Ka Hoku o ka Pakipika, Buke I, Helu 16, Aoao 3. Maraki 13, 1862.