Royalist Campbell dies, 1896.

[Found under: “NEWS IN A NUTSHELL.”]

The youngest daughter of James Campbell died at 2:00 this p. m. Continue reading

Alohaalii Campbell baptized, 1894.

Royalist Kealohaalii Campbell



At 10 o’clock in the morning of this past Monday, May 4, 1894, the baby Royalist, that being Alohaalii, was baptized at the Anglican Church. Later at 2 o’clock p. m., there was a party to celebrating the first birthday, at the residence of Mr. James Campbell on Emma Street. All of the members of the Executive Committee [Komite Hooko] of the Women’s Patriotic League [Hui Aloha Aina o na Wahine] were invited to visit for the birthday of Alohaalii Campbell.

We ask that the days of Royalist’s life be long, and that he live until old age.

[Unfortunately it seems that Royalist Campbell, child of James and Alice Kamokila Campbell Abigail Kuaihelani Maipinepine, lives only a little more than a year more…]

(Oiaio, 5/18/1894, p. 3)

UA BAPETIZOIA. Nupepa Ka Oiaio, Buke VI, Helu 20, Aoao 3. Mei 18, 1894.

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Birthdays celebrated in August, 1902.

Birthday of Mrs. Kuaihelani Paka [Abigail Kuaihelani Maipinepine Campbell Parker], Mrs. Mary Mooheau, and Mrs. Mary Balaunu [Mary Brown]!



August is a month in which many were born: Miss Elizabeth M. Meek [Elizabeth Mahiehieili Meek], Aug. 12; Alexander K. Nawahi [Alexander Kaeeokalani Nawahi], Aug. 14; Miss E. Kilohana Thurtson [Elizabeth Mahiai Kilohana Thurston], Aug. 21; Mrs. Kuaihelani Paka [Abigail Kuaihelani Maipinepine Campbell Parker], Mrs. Mary Mooheau, Mrs. Mary Balaunu [Mary Brown], Aug. 22; Miss Amalia Kaeamakie Winston [Amalia Augusta Kaeamakie Winston] (grandchild of our friend F. J. Testa), Aug. 28. This is a lucky month indeed; three great women were born on the same day.

(Aloha Aina, 8/23/1902, p. 5)

NA LA HANAU I HOOMANAOIA. Ke Aloha Aina, Buke VIII, Helu 34, Aoao 5. Augate 23, 1902.

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