MUCH ALOHA FOR THAT ALII WHO WAS FULL OF ALOHA
That chiefess born of the land, Mrs. Lucy Kaheiheimalie Peabody Henriques has gone. She was loved by all of us, and she was a precious one among the people. She was going silently away these past weeks. Aloha with unending tears. She went to see the sacred bosom of Kane. The rejected flowers were strewn at Wailua [?? Ua ahu iho la na pua wahawaha i Wailua]; she left grieving behind, her beloved lei, her daughter, Kalanikiekie Henriques.
She was born of Kahaanapilo, and Lucy Kaheiheimalie was the daughter of Isaac [Ikaaka] who married the Governess of Hilo in the reign of Kamehameha IV, named Keelikolani, and it was she [Lucy Kaheiheimalie] who went to live with Queen Emma Kaleleonalani, and that was her home where she dwelt until Queen Emma passed.
Aunty Lucy was greatly loved by all the royalty and by us as well, her relatives, and all the people across the land as well.
She was gracious, kind, welcoming to the high and the low, they were all the same [hookahi wai o ka like] to her. She was courteous woman, and her fine works shall not be forgotten; it is a connection left behind by her. Aloha for this true friend of the people.
(Alakai o Hawaii, 11/1/1928, p. 1)