At Kohalaloa, on this past Friday, Nov. 16, arrived into this world of light, from the loins of Iosia and Kailimahuna, was a boy. Continue reading
At Waialua these past four months.
By Laanui. Continue reading
[Found under: “NU HOU KULOKO.”]
Birth.—On Friday of last week, October 1, the honorable aged one, Ioane Ii, was blessed by the birth of a girl newcomer, by his wife at Waipio in Ewa. Continue reading
That is the name of the new baby of Mr. and Mrs. J. Campbell, born on the 14th of May, 1893; and this makes a year of her being made familiar with the royalist people, who a steadfast behind Queen Liliuokalani. Continue reading
[Found under: “NU HOU HAWAII.”]
At Hana, Maui, on the 30th of October, Poipe, the wife of Lyons K. Kakani, gave birth to a son, after they were married for just twelve months. These married ones are young, and they are blessed to have their first born while the parents are in their youth. Blessed be the heavenly Father, for giving a grandchild to the home of our friend, J. K. Hanuna. Continue reading
[Found under: “NU HOU KULOKO”]
A child in old age.—Our old doctor, Kauka Poalomaka (Dr. R. W. Wood), we have learned, has had a small son with his new wife in Massachusetts, United States of America, on the 2nd of May was the birth. Continue reading
[Found under: “NA LETA A NA MAKAMAKA.”]
On the 29th of April at Kipahulu, Maui, born to Moses Manu and his “Eve,” Mere Manu, was a son; his name is Nelekona Makalii.
(Kuokoa, 5/13/1882, p. 2)
John Kalulu to Martha Kawailaahia, May 13.
Howard de Vaughan to Nani Akiona, May 14.
J. P. Umiamaka to Caroline Stone, May 14.
A. K. Ahlo Jr. to Catherine K. Lloyd, May 17.
Herman K. Harrigan to Susie Kaleikini, May 21. Continue reading
[Found under: NU HOU HAWAII.”]
In the night of the 28th of February, in Palama uka, Honolulu, the wife of Frank Harvey gave birth to a daughter. From their seven descendants who she gave birth to before, this newcomer is the only one that is living.
(Ko Hawaii Pae Aina, 3/6/1886, p. 3)
[Found under: “Vital Statistics: BORN”]
ADOLPHO—In Honolulu, October 31, 1918, Continue reading