Vital Statistics Column, 1863.

MARRIAGES.

Dec. 26, at Kaluahole, Waikikikai, married were Puaa and Kamakaimaku; they were wed by Petero.

BIRTHS.

Dec. 19, at Waolani, Nuuanu, born was Konamaukuku (m), of Maiola and Momika.
Dec. 23, at Monikahaae, Honolulu, born was Kalailehua, of W. B. Kekipi and Keaookalani.
Dec. 14, at Waihee, Maui, born was Kukalauihooneenui, Kaaopookani, of S. M. Kamakau and S. Huainakolo [Hainakolo].
Dec. 20, at Kapuukolo, Honolulu, born was Punui (f), of Pewa and Makaole.
Dec. 14, at Keauhou, Kona Akau, Hawaii, born was Keakahiwa (f), of H. Piena and G. P. Piena.
Dec. 15, at Manana, Ewa, born was Lapena (m), of J. P. E. Kahaleaahu and Keakahiwa.

DEATHS.

Dec. 18, at Pelekane, Honolulu, Kaiana died.
Nov. 19, at Opihikao, Puna, Hawaii, Kaililauokekoa died.
Dec. 14, at Waikiki, Wahineiki died.
Dec. 1, at Waikiki, Pako (f) died.
Dec. 21, at Koiuiu, Hinawale (m) died.
Dec. 22, at Honolulu, Pulenui died.
Dec. 26, at Kaumakapili, J. Liawahine died.
Dec. 28, at Kamakela, Maikaaloa died.
Dec. 19, at Halawa, Molokai, Kekolulani died.
Nov. 26, at Kahookane, Kahookiiai died; she died a quick death and she was a good girl.

[The one name here most everyone will recognize is the renown historian, Samuel Manaiakalani Kamakau and his wife, Sarah Hainakolo.]

(Hoku o ka Pakipika, 1/1/1863, p. 3)

MARE. / HANAU. / MAKE.

Ka Hoku o ka Pakipika, Buke 2, Helu 12, Aoao 3. Ianuari 1, 1863.

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