Jan. 1, at Honolulu, Oahu, born was Kamakahikihou (m) of Kualu and Kuala.
Dec. 12, at Hamohamo, Waikiki kai, born was Laieikawai (f), of Pupule and Opunui.
Dec. 22, at Kealaae, East Maui, born was Kelupeaiku (f), of S. P. Halama and Kelohanui.
Dec. 8, at Kaunakakai, Molokai, born was Kelohapauole (f), of Kaukau and Piipii.
Dec. 27, at Opihilala, Hamakua, Hawaii, born was Kaualua (f), and Kainana (f), of J. W. Keikinui and Luka Kaanaana; they were twins.
Dec. 8, at Kahananui, Molokai, born was Kauimahaoi (f), of Manuela and Pohano.
Dec. 17, at Kawaipapa, Hana, Maui, born was Umi (f), of Wahineaea and Wahinemaikai.
Dec. 13, at Kowali, Hana, Maui, born was Kamakahoohie (f), of Kaiminaauao and Mele.
Nov. 14, at Halawa, Molokai, born was Kenahuhoomea (m), of Kailiuli and Pololei.
Dec. 24, at Lepekaholo, Honolulu, Kahalewai (f) died.
Dec. 17, at Waikiki kai, Waialua, Wahineiki (f) died.
Dec. 18, at Hamohamo, Waikiki kai, Paku (w) died.
Dec. 4, at Kapalama, Honolulu, Hanalei (f) died.
Dec. 7, at Kapohue, Hana, Maui, Kahawalu (f) died.
Dec. 9, at Honomaele, Hana, Maui, Samuela (m) died.
Nov. 27, at Pohakupuka, Hawaii, Kawahine (f) died.
Nov. 13, at Halawa, Molokai, Samuela (m) died.
Nov. 16, at the same location, Kamakea (m) died.
Dec. 8, at the same place, Kauapua (f) died.
Dec. 19, at the same place, Kehuluaulani (f) died.
[This is what the Vital Statistics Column of that issue in the previous post actually looks like taken with an old camera. Think of what it could look like taken with a modern scanner!
Also, see the follow up commentary from the last post on the state of the online word-searchable Hawaiian-Language Newspapers and perhaps send in your comments as well.]
(Kuokoa, 1/3/1863, p. 3)