More on death of Louis Kauhi Poka, 1920.

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Molder Passes Away—A victim of pneumonia, Louis Kauhi Poka, of 639 Mokauea Road, Kalihi, died on Monday, after a brief illness. He was born in Kapoho, Puna, Hawaii, was 50 years old, and leaves a widow and several children. Poka was a molder with the Honolulu Iron Works. The funeral will be held next Sunday afternoon.

(Advertiser, 3/17/1920, p. 6)

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Pacific Commercial Advertiser, Volume LIX, Number 11900, Page 6. March 17, 1920.

1 thought on “More on death of Louis Kauhi Poka, 1920.

  1. The obits of Louis “Lui” Poka are wonderful. He would have been my grand aunt Liz’s father-in-law had he been alive in 1927 when Elizabeth married his son William. Mahalo.

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