Fanny Thomas Gulick dies in Kobe, Japan, 1883.


From the latest news received last week we hear that Mrs. F. T. Gulika has died, the wife of Rev. J. P. Gulika, one of the old teachers who brought righteousness to this Archipelago. Our readers will perhaps not have forgotten the Gulick family in Hawaii nei, and the departure of the two in their old and weak days to go to Japan to live with their children. Continue reading

More on Orramel Gulick, 1874.

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Parents will be voyaging—We hear that Rev. Orramel H. Gulick came to get his weak parents [Peter Johnson Gulick and Fanny Hinckley Thomas Gulick] living here in a feeble state to take them to the young Gulick’s [Luther Halsey Gulick] new missionary parish in Japan.It is on the coming 2nd of April that they will all board the steamship to make their journey to Japan by way of San Francisco. To his parents who are leaving this land which they grew accustomed, we hope for blessings from above, to help them on their journey, and to give them safe landing at this foreign land, where their child works for righteousness. So too is our hopes for the endeavors of their child.

[For more on Orramel Hinckley Gulick, see also: The Pilgrims of Hawaii, by Rev. and Mrs. Orramel Hinckley Gulick (1918).]

(Kuokoa, 3/14/1874, p. 2)

He mau Makua e lewa ana...

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke XIII, Helu 11, Aoao 2. Maraki 14, 1874.