Linton L. Torbert and many others leave for San Francisco, 1865.

[Found under: “HUNAHUNA MEA HOU O HAWAII NEI.”]

Sailed for America:—When the ship the Comet sailed, it  took some of our friends, they being Mr. E. O. Hall [Mika Holo] and his wife, and their children; the children of Dimond [Kaimana], and Ioane’s of Kauai, and Paris’ of Kona, and Lowell Smith [Lowela Kamika] and his wife and their daughters and son, and Alexander’s daughter; Linton L. Torbert [Hulipahu] and his wife and their children; William Jourdan [Uilama Makapuu], Stephen Spencer [Kipine], clerk in the government building, Archibald Cleghorn [Ake], and the children of Lorrin Andrews [Lorena Aneru], H. M. Whitney [H. M. Wini] and his children, and some other passengers [eepakeke].

[Hulipahu? Uilama Makapuu? Ake? If is important to know the various names people were called if you want to find as much historical information as you can.]

(Kuokoa, 4/6/1865, p. 2)

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Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke IV, Helu 14, Aoao 2. Aperila 6, 1865.

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1 thought on “Linton L. Torbert and many others leave for San Francisco, 1865.

  1. This is fascinating. Mahalo nui. We would not know some of the names people were known by unless you bring this to our attention from the old newspapers.

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