Family Obituaries — Kawaiaha'o Cemetery (Partial working list of names from historic newspapers of Hawai'i)

As you read each name of kupuna who are recorded as being buried at Kawaiaha'o Church/Kawaiahao Cemetery, feel their love, feel their compassion, let them speak to you and touch your hearts. Look closely at their names. You may have 'ohana buried there that you did not know about. Call Kawaiaha'o Church, (808) 522-1333, e-mail Kahu Kekuna ask the church congregation to stop this hewa;, leave the kupuna alone. Let them rest in peace.

Please pass this information on to families so that they may become aware of the danger their kupuna are in, and make your voices heard by the congregation of Kawaiaha'o and agencies who are responsible for permitting this action.

See a 1912 Kawaiaha'o Cemetery Map (PDF) for parital identification of pa ilina (burial plots).

March 17, 1884, Page 3
The Daily Bulletin

The funeral of the late Major Kinimaka took place yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock at Kawaiahao Cemetery...

April 23, 1885, Page 3
The Daily Bulletin

The young woman Akahi, who died in the hospital... ...her remains being interred in the Kawaiahao cemetery...

November 16, 1885, Page 3
Daily Honolulu Press

Late Ex-Governor P. Kanoa, 83 years of age. Interred in same vault in Kawaiahao Church yard where the remains of his mother and father now lie.

November 21, 1885, Page 6
The Daily Bulletin Summary
Governor Kanoa’s Funeral
. …The remains, enclosed in an elegant coffin of koa, were deposited in the family vault in the Kawaiahao cemetery.

January 5, 1886, Page 3
Daily Honolulu Press

On Sunday afternoon last, another veteran missionary of the A.B.C.F.M. to these Islands was called to his reward when Rev. Dr. Dwight Baldwin, aged 87 years, passed peacefully away, at the residence of his son-in-law, S.M. Damon... He leaves three daughters, Mrs. W.D. Alexander, Mrs. S.M. Damon and Mrs. W.O. Atwater, and three sons, D.D., H.P. and Chas Baldwin. The funeral took place yesterday afternoon from Kawaiahao Church...

February 26, 1886, Page 3
Daily Honolulu Press

A very impressive scene was witnessed on Punchbowl street, in front of the Kawaiahao Cemetery, yesterday afternoon. It was the funeral procession of a young native girl who had died on Wednesday night. After the hearse came the mourners, then came about twenty South Sea Islanders. On entering the cemetery they removed their hats, and listened with marked attention to the sad services over the remains of the young girl...

April 21, 1886, Page 3
The Daily Bulletin

 The Late Mrs. Kapena's Funeral...last tribute of respect to the memory of the deceased wife of His Excellency J.M. Kapena. Among those present were His Majesty the King, the Vice-Chamberlain, The Princesses Liliuokalani and Likelike... ...and the remains were preceded and followed to the Kawaiahao church cemetery...

June 28, 1886, Page 3
The Daily Bulletin

Mr. Porter Green, at one time a man of some prominence in Hawaiian affairs, but for several years past a sufferer from paralysis, died on Saturday evening, and was buried yesterday afternoon from Kawaiahao Church...

November 1, 1886, Page 3
The Daily Herald

The funeral of the late High Chiefess Kalola took place yesterday afternoon from Honuakaha to Kawaiahao cemetery...

August 9, 1887, Page 5
The Hawaiian Gazette

A very sad accident took place Friday at the shore battery, resulting in the death of a native belonging to the military. The royal salute was being fired as the steamer W.G. Hall with the King on board was passing out of the harbor... The funeral took place Saturday forenoon at Kawaiahao Church Cemetery...

March 20, 1888, Page 5
The Hawaiian Gazette

The funeral of the late Luther Aholo took place Sunday afternoon from Washington Place to the Kawaiahao cemetery... ...Mr. Aholo was Minister of Interior from October, 1886, to June, 1887. Previous to accepting the Ministerial portfolio, he represented Lahaina in the Legislature, and exhibited considerable ability as a parliamentarian...

April 3, 1888, Page 5
The Hawaiian Gazette

Funeral of the late, John Hamauku, captain in the King’s Guards… …to the Kawaiahao cemetery… Remains were interred with military honors.

May 16, 1888, Page 3
The Daily Bulletin

The funeral of the late Miss F. G. Morley, music teacher at the Kawaiahao Seminary… The remains have been deposited in the family vault of Mrs. Haalelea, to await action of the relatives who reside in Wisconsin.

January 8, 1889
The Hawaiian Gazette, Page 7

The funeral of the late J.K. Spalding took place on Thursday and was largely attended by Hawaiians and foreigners. The Internment was in Kawaiahao Cemetery...

March 25, 1889, Page 3
The Daily Bulletin

James Campbell, son of Honorable James Campbell aged 3 years and 6 days. Funeral from the Kawaiahao Church.

May 20, 1890, Page 8
The Hawaiian Gazette

Rev. Edward Toppin Doane. This honored missionary Father went to rest from the house of Rev. Dr. Hyde... The honored remains found their last resting place in the Mission cemetery by the side of those of the wife and two infant children laid there nearly thirty years ago thus strangely reunited...

July 19, 1890
The Daily Bulletin

William Lumaheihei Hoapili, a promising young Hawaiian aged 21 years, died on Thursday evening of typhoid fever... He was the son of Judge Hoapili, of Kona, Hawaii and leaves two brothers, and sisters, and a host of friends... ...his remains were interred at the Kawaiahao cemetery.

January 20, 1891, Page 7
The Hawaiian Gazette

...Mrs. Lois S. Johnson died suddenly on Saturday last at her residence in Fort street... Her remains were interred on Sunday afternoon, in the mission burial ground at Kawaiahao...

August 18, 1891, Page 7
The Hawaiian Gazette

Annie Kuamoo, wife of John Kuamoo, died Saturday, and was buried Sunday in the Kawaiahao cemetery...

September 1, 1891, Page 7
The Hawaiian Gazette

...Mrs. Atwater wife of Mr. W.O. Atwater, secretary of the Honolulu Iron Works... The remains were followed to Kawaiahao cemetery by a large number of carriages...

May 25, 1892, Page 2
The Daily Bulletin
Samuel Mahelona
, 31 years of age, member of Kawaiahao Church, funeral will take place at Kawaiahao. Married to Miss Emma Napoleon.

June 29, 1893, Page 2
Pacific Commercial Advertiser

The funeral of the late Hanakeola Leleo Kinimaka... Of the five societies she was a member of, four turned out, the Hui Aloha Aina, Liliuokalani Educational Societies, Riding Society, Hui Manawalea, and Hawaiian Patriotic League. Mrs. Kinimaka leaves eight children living, five girls and three boys. Her remains were buried at the Kawaiahao cemetery besides those of her husband who died nearly ten years ago.

Mahalo Pattie Atcherley Haaheo Hitchcock for sharing this rememberance of your kupunahine.

July 11, 1893, Page 9
The Hawaiian Gazette

Death of a Compositor. George Liwai Kali, a Hawaiian of about 25 years of age, who has been employed as a typo in the job department of the Hawaiian Gazette Publishing Co.... He leaves a wife and four little girls, the eldest six years of age, a mother and a large number of relatives to mourn his loss. ...his remains being buried at Kawaiahao cemetery.

July 15, 1893, Page 3
The Daily Bulletin
Benjamin Kaaua
connected with Kaumakapili Church, he was one of the two oldest members. Trustee of the church for twenty years and chairman of that body for four years. Deceased was 54 years of age. Rev J. Waiamau conducted service. Remains were interred at Kawaiahao.

July 18, 1893, Page 9
The Hawaiian Gazette

The late Mrs. Louisa Johnson Bindt was 50 years of age, and was buried at Kawaiahao cemetery beside her mother's grave and not at the Nuuanu cemetery, as reported.

December 20, 1893, Page 3
The Daily Bulletin
Miss Emma K. Kawewehi
died at Leleo at 11 o'clock yesterday morning... The deceased was a sister of Julia Starr Kapu, and was 20 years and 11 months old at the time of her demise. ...the place of interment being at Kawaiahao.

February 22, 1894, Page 3
The Daily Bulletin

Funeral of Kauhane...

February 23, 1894, Page 7
The Hawaiian Gazette
James Kauhane
, from loss of blood.. …the procession started for the Kawaiahao cemetery…

June 21, 1894, Page 3
The Daily Bulletin

S. Kaai, who for years was employed in C.J. Fishel's store, died Tuesday evening and was buried yesterday in the Kawaiahao Church cemetery...

July 27, 1894, Page 1
The Hawaiian Gazette

Mr. Charles Turner Passes Away at Auckland, New Zealand... ...Mr. Turner's body was sent here for burial... The remains were taken to the Kawaiahao cemetery...

July 28, 1894, Page 3
The Daily Bulletin
Twenty-two carriages containing the relatives and friends followed the hearse carrying the remains of the late George Kauaina Norton to the Kawaiahao cemetery...

August 14, 1894, Page 3
The Daily Bulletin

The funeral of the late Mrs. Emma Napoleon, mother of Mrs. S. Mahelona, Mrs. J.U. Kawainui, Mrs. E.P. Low, Maikai Napoleon and others, who died on Sunday morning, took place yesterday from the family residence, Queen street. The services were held at Kawaiahao Church... The interment was in the family plot in the churchyard.

November 9, 1894, Page 8
The Hawaiian Gazette

Death of an Estimable Woman. Keliihoohuli died in Honolulu on November 4th, and on that day her funeral took place, and she was buried in the Kawaiahao Church grave yard. She was born in Pahoehoe, North Kona, at the time Kaahumanu made the tour of Hawaii. Her father was Kakao and her mother was Kalaunui, of Hilo Kaipo. She married Kanaina, and one of her daughters is Mrs. J.L. Kaulukou. She was one of the old stock of natives, and a most estimable woman.

March 18, 1895, Page 1
The Daily Bulletin

Paul Puhiula Kanoa died at one o'clock this morning at his home... ...he was sixty-two years, nine months and eight days old at the time of his death... The parents of deceased were O. Kaulehelohe and Kapau... ...the interment being at Kawaiahao cemetery.

October 24, 1895, Page 3
The Independent

Editor “Joe” Kawainui was buried yesterday with all honors due a good and true man… …The final rites took place at the Kawaiahao cemetery and were most impressive…

October 25, 1895, Page 6
The Hawaiian Gazette
Joseph U. Kawainui

December 26, 1895, Page 1
The Evening Bulletin

Of Geo. Ahuai, age 26, a native of Kona, buried yesterday from Kawaiahao church in the cemetery thereof Rev. H.H. Parker officiating.

February 14, 1896, Page 5
The Evening Bulletin
Lukea (w)
, died at her residence... ...The remains will be interred at Kawaiahao cemetery...

August 12, 1896, Page 5
The Evening Bulletin
Mother Cooke Dead
. The Aged Missionary Lady Succumbs After Short Illness...

August 13, 1896, Page 3
The Independent
Mrs. Juliette Cooke’s
funeral… …interment took place at Kawaiahao Seminary where so many of the first missionaries are buried. The remains of Mother Cooke were carried to the grave by Minister S.M. Damon…

February 19, 1897, Page 5
The Hawaiian Gazette

...Mrs. Beckley Ahia (nee Milaina), aged 57, died at her late home on School street... ...The body was interred in Kawaiahao Cemetery...

February 19, 1897, Page 3
The Independent
Mrs. Milaina Ahia
… …buried in the afternoon at the Kawaiahao Cemetery. The deceased, who was 57 years of age, was an old and faithful servant of Queen Liliuokalani, who will be grieved by hearing of the death of her old friend… …The remains were interred in the Kawainui vault, in Kawaiahao Cemetery.

April 2, 1898, Page 2
The Independent
C.D. Wiliokai
… …deceased was a prominent member of the National Quintette Club and an bass excellent singer… The interment took place at the Kawaiahao cemetery.

Wiliokai—At Waikiki, March 31, 1898, Cain D. Wiliokai, of dropsy; aged about 40 years.

May 23, 1898, Page 2
The Independent

The funeral of Mrs. C.B. Wilson took place yesterday afternoon from Kawaiahao Church… …The interment took place in the churchyard…

May 24, 1898, Page 6
The Hawaiian Gazette
Mrs. C.B. Wilson
, name before her marriage to the ex-marshal was Evelyn Townsend and she was a companion to Liliuokalani… …interment was in the family plot in Kawaiahao cemetery.

May 26, 1898, Page 3
The Independent

Mrs. Caroline Hapai, wife of H. Hapai an employee in the Finance Office and a daughter of H. Grube. She was only 22 years of age… …remains were intered at the Kawaiahao cemetery. …formerly a pupil at St. Andrew’s Priory.

May 27, 1898, Page 6
The Hawaiian Gazette

...Caroline Hapai, wife of Henry Hapai, died yesterday morning... ...large concourse of friends followed the remains to the grave in Kawaiahao cemetery...

June 9, 1898, Page 3
The Independent

Mrs. Kahookano…died at the early age of 31 years… …mother indeed of seven offsprings, five of whom survive her. Three girls and two boys. …interment at the Kawaiahao Cemetery, where most of her own people, that have gone before her are buried…

August 5, 1898, Page 8
The Evening Bulletin

National Guard Death. ...Walter G. Butler...was 46 years of age, a native of Raleigh, N.C. and a member of Co. D. Hawaiian National Guard Volunteers... ...A Hawaiian flag and a wreath were upon the coffin in E.A. Williams hearse. Rev. H.H. Parker, pastor of Kawaiahao church, conducted the burial services.

November 10, 1898, Page 3
The Independent
Kapoolele Apau
, a native woman born at Malama, Puna, Hawaii was buried in Kawaiahao cemetery, yesterday, at the ripe old age of 127 years, 9 months and 8 days. Her interesting biography was published with the census report of 1896.

April 24, 1899, Page 1
The Evening Bulletin
Naaulii
is the name of a native woman who died at Kawaiahao...

May 11, 1899, Page 5
The Evening Bulletin
J.H. Trask
, an American aged 70 died of heart disease at Honuakaha yesterday, buried in Kawaiahao cemetery.

June 14, 1899, Page 2
The Independent
Mrs. Tamar Meekapu
, died in Honolulu… The deceased was born in 1852 and was educated in the Mission school by… She married the Rev. M. Kuaea, the pastor of Kaumakapili Church, who was known as the Hawaiian Henry Ward Beecher… Later on she married Mr. Meekapu who survives her… Her remains were interred in the Kawaiahao cemetery…

September 13, 1899, Page 5
The Independent

The funeral of little Muriel Richards took place yesterday afternoon at the family burial grounds in the Kawaiahao cemetery…

November 20, 1899, Page 3
The Independent
Major William P. Lumaheihei Waipa
met with an accident yesterday evening which eventually caused his death… …The interment will be in the Kawaiahao cemetery…

November 21, 1899, Page 2
The Independent

The funeral of the late Major Lumaheihei… …untimely and horrible death was deeply deplored by all… The interment took place at Kawaiahao cemetery…

February 2, 1900, Page 3
The Independent
Elizabeth Nahali
, a Hawaiian female of 10 years of age. Buried later at Kawaiahao cemetery.

March 10, 1900, Page 2
The Independent

Frank Metcalf expired at the residence of his sister, Mrs. Helen Rowland… The deceased was part Hawaiian and was born in Manoa forty-six years ago. He was the son of T. Metcalf, a prominent surveyor and a man having considerable influence during the regime of Kamehameha III…. …engaged in the business of a searcher of records and of a newspaper writer. At the time of his death he was editing the Ka Lahui Hawaii. His widow who was Miss Forsyth of Maui, and several children survive him. The funeral takes place from Kawaiahao Church this afternoon.

March 13, 1900, Page 1
The Independent
John Henry Mossman
, Hawaiian male, 8 months old, died at Waikiki; tuberculosis was the cause of death... Burial certificate granted for Kawaiahao cemetery.

March 14, 1900, Page 4
The Independent

Lilia, Hawaiian female, 16 years; …burial certificate for Kawaiahao cemetery.

March 14, 1900, Page 4
The Independent

Infant daughter of Capt. H. Berger… …burial certificate granted for Kawaiahao cemetery.

March 21, 1900, Page 2
The Independent
Kapule
, Hawaiian male, 60 years… …certificate for Kawaiahao cemetery.

March 21, 1900, Page 2
The Independent
Samuel L. [Lawrence] Pomroy,
part Hawaiian, 2 ½ years; …certificate for Kawaiahao cemetery.

March 20, 1900, Page 1
The Independent
Kahele
, Hawaiian female, 60 years; …certificate for Kawaiahao cemetery.

March 20, 1900, Page 1
The Independent
J.W. Humeku
, Hawaiian male, 65 years… …certificate for Kawaiahao cemetery.

March 22, 1900, Page 1
The Independent

Infant son of Stephen Lukua, Hawaiian, 9 days… …certificate for Kawaiahao cemetery.

March 24, 1900, Page 2
The Independent
Willie Naukana
, Hawaiian male, 13 years.. …Kawaiahao cemetery.

March 29, 1900, Page 4
The Independent
Anna Mano
, Hawaiian female, 4 years… …Kawaiahao cemetery.

April 3, 1900, Page 4
The Independent
Kala
, Hawaiian female, 40 years… …Kawaiahao cemetery.

April 6, 1900, Page 3
The Independent

Infant of Fitzsimmons, Hawaiian female, 2 months… …Kawaiahao cemetery.

April 9, 1900, Page 3
The Independent
Robert Hoapili Baker
, remains interred at Kawaiahao Cemetery. Note: Deceased was a member of the Reformed Church of the Latter Day Saints.

April 10, 1900, Page 3
The Independent
John Kahale
, Hawaiian male, 20 years; …Kawaiahao cemetery.

April 10, 1900, Page 3
The Independent

Infant of J. Kipapa, Hawaiian male, 3 months; …Kawaiahao cemetery.

April 13, 1900, Page 3
The Independent
John Shaw
, part Hawaiian male, 49 years; ...Kawaiahao cemetery.

April 18, 1900, Page 4
The Independent
Lucy Trask
, Hawaiian female, 11 years… …Kawaiahao cemetery.

April 18, 1900, Page 4
The Independent
Henry Hookano
, Hawaiian male, 2 months and 6 days… …Kawaiahao cemetery.

April 18, 1900, Page 4
The Independent
Joseph Hosea, Jr.
, Hawaiian male, 8 ½ years… …Kawaiahao cemetery.

April 19, 1900, Page 2
The Independent
Mrs. Keola Chew Ping
, Hawaiian female, 22 years… …Kawaiahao cemetery.

April 23, 1900, page 4
The Independent
Samuel M. Kekoa
, Hawaiian male, 76 years; Kawaiahao cemetery.

April 24, 1900, Page 2
The Independent
Infant of Apikela
, Hawaiian male; born and died at Kapauhi of insufficient development; Kawaiahao cemetery.

May 1, 1900, Page 1
The Independent
John Kalua
, Hawaiian male, 17 years; born at Kahana, Koolau, Oahu, next to Ford Harrison’s stables… …Kawaiahao cemetery.

May 1, 1900, Page 1
The Independent
Kapua Kamii
, Hawaiian male, 60 years; born at Makawao, Maui… …Kawaiahao cemetery.

May 1, 1900, Page 3
The Independent
James Kaneakua
died at residence of Mr. L. McKeague. Deceased was 81 years of age, foster father of John M. Kaneakua, the well-known attorney and of Louis McKeague. …funeral took place at Kawaiahao.

May 12, 1900, Page 1
The Independent
Kealoha
, part-Hawaiian male, 3 months; Kawaiahao cemetery.

May 19, 1900, Page 1
The Independent

Stillborn infant of Kahelemauna Hawaiian male; Kawaiahao cemetery.

May 21, 1900, Page 4
The Independent

Mrs. D.K. Kamaiopili (Caroline), Hawaiian female, 68 years; born at Lahaina, Maui... ...Kawaiahao cemetery.

May 22, 1900, Page 4
The Independent

Anna Kavanaugh, part-Hawaiian female, 62 years; ...Kawaiahao cemetery.

May 22, 1900, Page 4
The Independent

David Koko, Hawaiian male, 1 year and 8 months; ...Kawaiahao cemetery.

May 30, 1900, Page 4
The Independent

W.K. Bent, Hawaiian male, 5 months; ...Kawaiahao cemetery. 

June 8, 1900, Page 3
The Independent
Mabel Lewis
, Hawaiian female, 18 months; …Kawaiahao cemetery.

June 12, 1900, Page 1
The Independent
Tema
, Hawaiian male, 8 months; …Kawaiahao cemetery.

June 13, 1900, Page 1
The Independent

Kapamanu, Hawaiian male, 28 years; born at Koolau, Oahu... ...Kawaiahao cemetery.

June 16, 1900, Page 1
The Independent
Baby Trask
, Hawaiian female, 6 months; Kawaiahao cemetery.

June 16, 1900, Page 1
The Independent
Kekai
, Hawaiian male, 50 years; born on the island of Maui… Kawaiahao cemetery.

June 16, 1900, Page 1
The Independent
Mrs. Mary Kanewanui
, part Hawaiian married female, 22 years… Kawaiahao cemetery.

June 16, 1900, Page 1
The Independent
Unnamed child of Sam Kaele
, Hawaiian male, 4 months… Kawaiahao cemetery.

July 2, 1900, Page 4
The Independent

Infant of D. Kanewanui, Hawaiian female, 8 days; ...Kawaiahao cemetery.

July 7, 1900, Page 4
The Independent
Lizzie Kehaulani
, Hawaiian female, 2 years; ...Kawaiahao cemetery.

July 9, 1900, Page 3
The Independent
Joseph Heleluhe
, 45 (funeral held at Kawaiaha’o church) born in Kau and served Queen Liliuokalani for many years…

July 16, 1900, Page 5
The Independent
Amoy Amana
, part-Hawaiian female, 10 months; died at Waipiliopilo, Kapalama near old R.R. track… Kawaiahao cemetery.   

July 21, 1900, Page 1
The Independent
Infant of Joe Kubin
, Hawaiian female, half hour; born… …Kawaiahao cemetery.

July 21, 1900, Page 1
The Independent
Kapahukai
, Hawaiian male, 18 years; born at Kona, Hawaii… …Kawaiahao cemetery.

July 21, 1900, Page 1
The Independent
Joseph Hewahewa Heleluhe
, Hawaiian married male, 45 years; born in Puna, Hawaii… …Kawaiahao cemetery.

July 21, 1900, Page 1
The Independent
Kanahipu
, Hawaiian male, 1 years 7 months… …Kawaiahao cemetery.

July 23, 1900, Page 1
The Independent

Infant of Kulanui, Hawaiian male, 1 month 14 days; born in Kona, Hawaii, and died at Kakaako, next to D. Kaapa's residence... ...Kawaiahao cemetery.

July 23, 1900, Page 1
The Independent

Charles Weir, S.S. Islander married male, 66 years; born on Ware Island... ...Kawaiahao cemetery.

July 25, 1900, Page 4
The Independent
Lui
, Hawaiian married male, 63 years; born in Kau, Hawaii… Kawaiahao cemetery.

August 4, 1900, Page 1
The Independent
Enoka
, Hawaiian married male, 27 years, born at Koloa, Kauai… …accident by being crushed by machinery… …Kawaiahao cemetery.

August 4, 1900, Page 1
The Independent
Mauna Kapukini
, Hawaiian married male, 88 years born at Kahului, Maui… …Kawaiahao cemetery.

August 4, 1900, Page 1
The Independent
Mary Kunewa
, Hawaiian married female, 40 years born at Kona, Hawaii… …Kawaiahao cemetery.

August 6, 1900, Page 1
The Independent
Kamakea
, Hawaiian male, 36 years, born in Kohala, Hawaii… …Kawaiahao cemetery.

August 6, 1900, Page 1
The Independent
Eliza Kaka
, Hawaiian female, 11 years, born in Honolulu. …Kawaiahao cemetery.

August 6, 1900, Page 1
The Independent
J. Maemano
, Hawaiian married male, 75 years old after seven years illness. …Kawaiahao cemetery.

August 20, 1900, Page 4
The Independent
Hallie Kealoha
, Hawaiian male, 1 year… …Kawaiahao cemetery.

August 23, 1900, Page 4
The Independent
Samuel M. Kekoa
, Hawaiian male, 76 years; ...at Ah Leongs premises, of cancer of the stomach; ...Kawaiahao cemetery.

September 7, 1900, Page 4
The Independent
Kaalo
, Hawaiian female, 5 years; ...Kawaiahao cemetery.

September 17, 1900, Page 1
The Independent

Emma Luka, Hawaiian married female, 37 years; born on Maui.. ...Kawaiahao cemetery.

September 18, 1900, Page 1
The Independent
Infant of Hanaukama
, Hawaiian female, 1 day… …Kawaiahao cemetery.

December 21, 1900, Page 2
The Independent

Funeral services were held… at Kawaiaha’o church over the ashes of the late H.E.M. Alexander who died and was cremated in San Francisco… …attended by many friends of Professor and Mrs. W.D. Alexander, the bereaved parents.

December 28, 1900, Page 3
The Honolulu Republican
Mrs. Rose Castino
, a native of Honolulu, aged 31 years.. The remains were interred at Kawaiahao.

December 28, 1900, Page 3
The Honolulu Republican
Kaahalama
, an infant, Hawaiian by birth… Interment took place at Kawaiahao.

December 29, 1900, Page 3
The Independent
David L. Naone
, 46 years of age, educated in Royal School, trustee with Kawaiahao Church, assistant superintendent of the Sunday school connected with church…

December 29, 1900, Page 6
The Honolulu Republican
George Hakalo
, an infant, Hawaiian… Burial at Kawaiahao.

December 31, 1900, Page 1
The Independent
David Lima Naone
… …The interment took place in the Kawaiahao cemetery…

January 1, 1901, Page 3
The Honolulu Republican
D.L. Naone
, Hawaiian, residing on Beretania... Interment at Kawaiahao.

January 1, 1901, Page 3
The Honolulu Republican
Allen Heanu
, aged 7 months, Hawaiian died at King street opposite Catholic cemetery. ...Buried at Kawaiahao.

January 1, 1901, Page 3
The Honolulu Republican
Kapaihi
, Hawaiian woman, aged 35 years... Interment at Kawaiahao.

January 4, 1901, Page 7
The Honolulu Republican
Hanna Forrest
, Hawaiian woman, 27… Burial at Kawaiahao.

January 5, 1901, Page 4
The Independent
Mrs. Kaniu Haaheo Lumaheihei
… The remains were interred at Kawaiahao Cemetery.

February 10, 1901, Page 3
The Honolulu Republican
Infant son of John Maemae
died Feb. 8… Burial at Kawaiahao.

February 15, 1901, Page 1
The Honolulu Republican
Lota Paahia
, a Hawaiian woman, aged 19 years… Burial at Kawaiahao.

February 15, 1901, Page 1
The Honolulu Republican
Marie Kapiko
, a Hawaiian infant… Burial at Kawaiahao.

February 28, 1901, Page 3
The Honolulu Republican
Iotona
, Hawaiian male, aged 42, married… …buried at Kawaiahao.

March 1, 1901, Page 7
The Honolulu Republican
Georgie Harrison
, Part Hawaiian female, 6 months… …buried at Kawaiahao

March 1, 1901, Page 3
The Independent
Henry Kahana
, a member of Company E, First Regiment, N.G.H., who died on Wednesday, was buried yesterday in Kawaiahao cemetery with military honors.

March 13, 1901, Page 3
The Honolulu Republican

Bookela, Hawaiian male aged 11 months… …buried at Kawaiahao.

March 15, 1901, Page 5
The Honolulu Republican
Kakaio
, Hawaiian male aged 45, married… …buried at Kawaiahao.

March 19, 1901, Page xx
The Independent

The funeral of the late Mrs. Maria O.K. Martin took place yesterday from Kawaiahao Church…

March 23, 1901, Page 7
The Honolulu Republican
Joe Kala
, Hawaiian married, aged 50… …buried at Kawaiahao.

April 6, 1901, Page 3
The Independent

The funeral of the late Mrs. John Richardson will take place tomorrow afternoon from St. Andrew’s Cathedral… The interment will be at the Kawaiahao cemetery.

April 6, 1901, Page 7
The Honolulu Republican

The funeral of the late Mrs. John Richardson… Interment at Kawaiahao cemetery.

August 17, 1901, Page 3
The Independent
Mrs. Alfred Mossman
, about 50 years of age and Hawaiian born… Three daughters and two sons mourn the sad loss with the bereaved husband. Internment at Kawaiahao Cemetery.

September 5, 1901, Page 5
The Honolulu Republican
Frank Metcalf
, …suit for recovery of a tombstone brought against Frank Godfrey and Mrs. Alice Metcalf… …Kawaiahao cemetery…

October 25, 1901, Page 7
The Honolulu Republican

David Koli Unauna, aged 30 years. …Interment at Kawaiahao cemetery.

December 14, 1901, Page 1
The Honolulu Republican
Mrs. J.U. Kawainui
, widow of J.U. Kawainui, who was at one time editor of the Kuokoa, died last night... The remains will be interred in Kawaiahao cemetery.

July 2, 1902, Page 3
The Independent

Keano, a high chiefess, well known and respected by Hawaiians. She was the reputed daughter of King Kamehameha V., and was in great favor with the late Princess Ruth. In late years she lived with the late Queen Dowager Kapiolani… …borne to the grave all the way from Waikiki to the Kawaihao cemetery…

April 26, 1904, Page 3
The Independent
Mrs. A.A. Haalelea
, sister of John Ena and Mrs. L.A. Coney… …after a long illness, aged 62. …Kawaiahao church…

April 28, 1904, Page 1
The Independent

Funeral of the late Mrs. A.A. Haalelea… and Kawaiahao Church was attended by a large concourse of friends of the deceased…

October 24, 1904, Page 3
The Independent
Jno M. Kapena
, father of Mrs. Keohokaiole, and one who held various portfolios as a Minister of the Crown during King Kalakaua’s reign. His death occurred sixteen years ago yesterday, his wife having preceded him by a year and a half; Their graves in Kawaiahao cemetery were decorated by their only daughter.

November 19, 1904, Page 3
The Independent
William Keaolani Crowningberg
, 14…he was a pupil of Iolani College… …interment to be at Kawaiahao  cemetery.

November 21, 1904, Page 3
The Independent

The funeral of the late William Keaolanui Crowningburg… The interment being at Kawaiahao cemetery… As a member of the choir of the Hawaiian congregation, the coffin was permitted to lay in the sanctuary and he was buried in his cassock and surplice… …depositing his remains with those of his people already departed.

December 21, 1906, Page 6
The Hawaiian Gazette

Junius Kaae, who was a prominent figure in politics during the reign of King Kalakaua died... ...interment in the Kawaiahao cemetery. ...He was the son of John Koohanohano and Kaakaukahemalani (w)...

March 19, 1907, Page 3
The Hawaiian Gazette

The Castle Memorial Services. Mother Castle… …The burial was in the mission burying ground at Kawaiahao church.

September 27, 1907, Page 8
The Hawaiian Gazette

Mauliewa. In Honolulu, September 25, 1907, after a lingering illness, Mrs. Lahapa Mauliewa, a member of the Kaahumanu Society. ...The interment will be at Kawaiahao cemetery.

October 4, 1907, Page 5
The Hawaiian Gazette
Rev. J.S. Kalana
, for many years a minister of Hawaiian churches… aged 75 years. …The interment will be in Kawaiahao.

October 4, 1907, Page 6
The Hawaiian Gazette

...Several hundred friends and followers of the teachings of Mother Parker crowded the Kawaiahao church yesterday... ...collected at the Parker family plot in the rear of the church where the last ceremonies were performed and the ashes of the early missionaries were placed in their final resting place...

May 19, 1908, Page 10
The Hawaiian Gazette

Death of William Omsted Atwater... The deceased was a kamaaina, having arrived in the islands in 1872, locating first in Maui, at Lahainaluna... The remains will be taken to the Nuuanu cemetery from the Masonic Temple this afternoon the final interment to be at Kawaiahao, this being private.

June 18, 1909, Page 7
The Hawaiian Gazette

Dies on Wedding Anniversary. Mrs. Hannah Kaleialoha Lilikalani, wife of Hon. E.K. Lilikalani of this city, died at her home... The funeral will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock and interment will be in the Kawaiahao Cemetery. Mrs. Hannah Lilikalani was born in the district of Kau, Hawaii, on December 29, 1860, and was a student at the Kawaiahao Seminary from 1875 until 1877. She was married on June 16, 1877, dying yesterday on the anniversary of her marriage.

February 17, 1910, Page 9
Evening Bulletin
POMROY
—At the Maternity Home Feb. 17, 1 a.m., Laie K. [Kapukui], beloved wife of W.M. Pomroy, aged forty-three years.

March 21, 1911, Page 7
The Hawaiian Gazette

...Mrs. Muolo Keaweheulu Laanui, mother of Princess Kalanianaole, was laid to rest in the old missionary burying ground of Kawaiahao church yesterday afternoon...

Kawaiahao Cemetery Concerns