Marriage of Mikala Kamalimali, April 24, 1839.

Puawaina, May 6, 1839.

A MARRIAGE.

Hear me, O K. H. [Kumu Hawaii Newspaper]

I am telling you of something that I witnessed.

Mr. Sila* of the United States was married to a woman here in Honolulu; Mikala Kamalimali is the name of his wife, the daughter of Mamala; the 24th of April was when they were married, at the house of Bingham [Binamu], the pastor here in Honolulu. Continue reading

Vital Statistics, 1913.

Napoleon Kalolii Pukui marries Mary Kawena Wiggin on 5/9/1913!

Because of the condition of the image, you will not be able to do a search on Papakilo and find Wiggin or Pukui that will point you to this article…

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MARRIAGES.

John K. Mailua to Mrs. Hattie K. Nahia, May 3.
Napoleon K. Pukui to Mary Abbie Wiggin, May 9.
Willie A. Macy to Caroline K. Spencer, May 10.
David Oneha to Anna More, May 13.

DEATHS.

William Kahilikolo Jr., on School Street, May 7.
Kealakai Kanoa, on Kunawai Lane, Mei ?.
Hanale Napuupahee, at Leahi Home, May 10.
A baby of Moses Keaupuni, on Mokauea Street, May 10.
Edward Malaihi Holi, at Queen’s Hospital, May 10.
Charles Hanapi, at Leahi Home, May 11.
Pilemena Kalimapehu, on South Street, May 11.
William Purdy, on Ilaniwai Street, May 12.
Momona Kanohokai, on Liliha Street, May 13.

[Check out the listing under Marriages; a name that should be familiar to one and all!]

(Kuokoa, 5/16/1913, p. 4)

NA MARE. / NA MAKE. Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke LI, Helu 19, Aoao 4. Mei 16, 1913.

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Victoria Hose marries John N. Keola, 1918.

[Found under: “MARRIED.”]

KEOLA-HOSE—In Laie, Oahu, August 31, 1918, John N. Keola and Miss Victoria Hose. Elder William K. Apua of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, officiating; witnesses—Enoka Waa and Mrs. Enoka Waa.

(Star-Bulletin, 9/10/1918, p. 6)

Honolulu Star-Bulletin, Volume XXVI, Number 8239, Page 6. September 10, 1918.

Double wedding at the home of Samuel Parker, Minister of Foreign Affairs, 1892.

Double Wedding.

At the hour of 11 in the midday, April 26, at the festooned residence here in Honolulu nei of His Excellency [ka Mea Mahalo ia] Samuel Parker, Minister of Foreign Affairs, joined together by Rev. A. Mackintosh were Charles Maguire and Miss Mary H. Parker, the first born of the Minister, honored by the groomsman and bridesmaid [ku aoao], Palmer Woods and Miss Kamakee Cummins. At the same time and place, by that same pastor, Mr. Robert R. Hind Jr. and Miss Hannah Low were joined together, honored by the groomsman and bridesmaid, William Wright and Miss Hassinger. Amongst those who came to witness this distinguished marriage were the Alii the Queen, Continue reading

Another wedding announcement for Joseph Nawahi and Emma Aima Aii, 1881.

[Found under: “KELA A ME KEIA.”]

As One.—In the peaceful town of the Kanilehua Rain of Hilo, on the pleasant night of Thursday, the 17th past, bound and joined together as one in the holy covenant of marriage, by Father Rev. T. Coan, were the Hon. Joseph Nawahi and Miss Emma A. Aii, two buds of that verdure are they. We received the kind invitation to rejoice together at the occasion, but due to unforeseen circumstances, we could not fulfill that wish. Continue reading