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Lindsay/Lindsey genealogy found in a death announcement, 1912.

MY BELOVED HUSBAND, MR. THOMAS WESTON LINDSAY, HAS PASSED ON

O Kuokoa Newspaper, Aloha oe:—Please include this parcel of sadness and grief in an empty space of your columns so that my multitudes will know my dear husband has passed, Mr. Thomas Weston Lindsay. Aloha no!

To all my dear family, friends, and intimates, residing from Hawaii to Niihau, from this column you will learn that my beloved kane, Mr. Thomas Weston Lindsay has gone, he left me and all of my family grieving for him with pain, and my heart filled with love for him. Continue reading