More on the death of Uwinihepa Auld. 1877.

[Found under “The News”]

We saw the stone carved by William Auld for the Grave of Mrs. Uwinihepa Auld, and it is admirable. Those imported are not better, and it was not more expensive. This Hawaiian is in Hawaii, and he is not far away if looked for.

[And once again, it astounds me what you can find online… William Auld [older brother of James Auld] apparently was very talented as seen by the tombstone still standing today.]

(Lahui Hawaii, 5/17/1877, p. 3)

Ua ike makou i ka pohaku...

Ka Lahui Hawaii, Buke III, Helu 20, Aoao 3. Mei 17, 1877.

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