Death of Sophia Sheldon, 1897.

SOPHIA SHELDON HAS PASSED ON.

In the afternoon of this past Sunday, May 23, at 4 p. m., the spirit of the body of Miss Kopaea L. Sheldon [Miss Sophia L. Sheldon] left this life at her residence in Iwilei, Honolulu, at 46 years old; she was born in North Kona, Hawaii, on the 15th of November 1850, by Henry L. Sheldon and Hanna Sheldon; she has brothers and children and grandchildren and much family and friends who she left behind who are grieving for her with lamentation. Continue reading

Death of Rev. Simeon Kahelemauna in Micronesia, 1876.

[Found under “Nu Hou Kuloko.”]

Death in unfamiliar lands.—This is something sad and regretful for us to announce to the thousands of readers of the Kuokoa: Continue reading

Helen Lanmoy Apo, Popular Teacher, 1909.

DEATH CLAIMS A POPULAR TEACHER

Miss Helen Lanmoy Apo died of typhoid fever last Sunday morning, December 12, 1888, in Iao Valley, Wailuku, Maui. She attended the Kamehameha School for girls, and was graduated from there two years ago. She received a teachers’ certificate from the Honolulu Normal School last June, and was appointed teacher in the public school of Lahaina, Maui, in September. Continue reading

Death of Helen Lanmoy Apo, 1909.

MISS HELEN LANMOY APO HAS PASSED ON.

To the Editor of the Kuokoa, Please allow me some space: At five o’clock in the morning of Sunday, December 12, Miss Helen Lanmoy Apo left this life, the first-born daughter of Mrs. Nancy Apo of Iao, Maui. She was ill with typhoid fever for almost a month. Continue reading

Death of Halemanu Iopa and others, 1911.

DEATHS.

Mary Laa [? Mary Lua ? Mary Lea], at Puuhale, July 13.

Mrs. Elizabeth Kapuaa, on Liliha Street, July 13.

Pahukoa, on Judd Street [alanui Kauka], July 14.

Halemanu Iopa, on Christley Lane, July 15.

Mrs. Keahi Keo Liilii, on Ashford Street [alanui Akepoka], July 16.

Charles Kamai, on Waikahalulu Lane, July 16.

[If you search under “Iopa” you will not find this article. Because the quality of the images of the newspapers are not clear, the program that reads the letters will often mix up lower-case “L” with upper-case “I”. So here, “Iopa” was read “Lopa”…]

(Kuokoa, 7/21/1911, p. 8)

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Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke XLVII, Helu 29, Aoao 8. Iulai 21, 1911.