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And more on the passing of John G. M. Sheldon, 1914.

JOHN KAHIKINA KELEKONA HAS PASSED.

At nine o’clock in the morning of this past Friday, the life breath of John Kahikina Kelekona left forever at his home; he was a very famous historian, and an old newspaperman in this town in years past, and his famous works will become an unforgettable monument to him. 261 more words

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More on John G. M. Sheldon's passing, 1914.

On the morning of this Friday, John Kahikina Sheldon, one of the old typesetters, a famous newspaper writer, and translator and interpreter for the court, left this life. 33 more words

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John G. M. Sheldon passes away, 1914.

SUDDEN DEATH OF J. G. M. SHELDON

John G. M. Sheldon, brother of Henry Sheldon, of Lihue, and Wm. J. Sheldon, formerly of Waimea, died in Honolulu of hemorrhage last Friday morning. 87 more words

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G. W. Kahiolo is G. W. Poepoe, the father of Joseph Mokuohai Poepoe, 1861.

Death announcements are not only death announcements, they are often histories and genealogical records and more!

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Mary Mahiai passes away, 1913.

AGED HAWAIIAN PASSES BEYOND

Believed by many of the Hawaiians to be at least 110 years old, and having figured in a history which has been recounted from the Atlantic coast to the far east, Mary Mahiai died at her home on Vineyard street last Monday night, and was buried yesterday afternoon in the cemetery back of the asylum. 505 more words

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Mr. Akioka, a Chinese taro farmer/poi maker, dies, 1922.

AKIOKA PASSES AWAY.

MR. AKIOKA (CHINESE)

Mr. Editor of the Kuokoa Newspaper, Aloha kaua:—Please kindly allow me an open space of your newspaper, for our loved one, our father has left us, his children and his wife; he has peacefully left for that realm we must all go to. 422 more words

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G. S. Kelii passes away, 1924.

OUR BELOVED FATHER HAS GONE.

Much aloha to the Kuokoa Newspaper, the lamp of the parlor; give welcome to my aloha within your columns so that the intimates and friends who live in all the corners of the land may see. 513 more words

Alii