January 15, at Kauanonoula, Honolulu, married were Capt. L. M. Mahuka and Lukia; they were wed by Rev. E. W. Clark.
January 1, at Puunui, Honolulu, Oahu, married were Kamawa and Kauku; they were wed by L. Smith.
Jan. 13, at Kaumakapili, married were Kamoa and Hana; they were wed by W. E. Clark.
Dec. 27, at Moomuku, Honuaula, Maui, born was Kahoaliku (f), of Kaanaana and Kahele.
December 11, at Waimea, Koolauloa, born was J. S. Mokookalai (m), of Kalama and Kalua.
December 23, at Manawai, Molokai, S. D. Kahananui died; he died of kumu¹ and consumption [hokii].
Jan. 4, at Kailua, Koolaupoko, Meheula died; he died of muteness [mumule].
Jan. 11, at Makiki, Oahu, Mose child died; he died of kumu and tinea [kane].
Dec. 1, at Hauola, Wailupe, Oahu, Waaki (m) died; at the same location, Kaluahine (f) died.
January 7, at Wailupe, Oahu, Kaai (m) died.
Jan. 8, at Wailupe, Oahu, Kahololio (f) died.
January 11, at Kewalo kai, Kaleohano (m) died; he died of throwing up blood [luaikoko].
Jan. 11, at Kawaiahao, Kaia (m) died, of Kipahulu, Maui; he died of pains in the throat [he eha ma ka puu].
Jan. 18, at Honolulu, Akai Chinese died; he was one of the wealthy Chinese of Honolulu nei.
Jan. 19, at Kawaiiki, Kukae (m) died; he died of dysentery [kulu].
¹I could not find an ailment called “kumu”.
(Hoku o ka Pakipika, 1/22/1863, p. 3)