How The Pictures And Songs Remain The Same

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©Renee 2013

Today we look at songs and movies. Some of the people and their connections are interesting. Worldly connections. Very far reaching. It is amazing to look at special people and their art. Take for example this movie maker:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sohrab_Shahid-Saless

Sohrab Shaheed Salles (Persian: سهراب شهید ثالث‎) (Alternative Dictation: Sohrab Shahid-Saless) (28 June 1944, Tehran – 2 July 1998, Chicago, Illinois) was an Iranian film director and screenwriter and one of the most celebrated figures in Iranian cinema in the 20th century. After 1976 he worked in the Cinema of Germany and was an important component of the film diaspora working in the German industry.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cinema_of_Iran

Cinema was only five years old when it came to Persia at the beginning of the 20th century. The first Persian filmmaker was Mirza Ebrahim Khan Akkas Bashi, the official photographer of Muzaffar al-Din Shah, the Shah of Persia from 1896–1907. After a visit to Paris in July 1900, Akkas Bashi obtained a camera and filmed the Shah‘s visit to Europe upon the Shah’s orders. He is said to have filmed the Shah’s private and religious ceremonies, but no copies of such films exist today. A few years after Akkas Bashi started photography, Khan Baba Motazedi, another pioneer in Iranian motion picture photography emerged. He shot a considerable amount of newsreel footage during the reign of Qajar to the Pahlavi dynasty.

In 1904, Mirza Ebrahim Khan Sahhafbashi opened the first movie theater in Tehran. After Mirza Ebrahim Khan, several others like Russi Khan, Ardeshir Khan, and Ali Vakili tried to establish new movie theaters in Tehran. Until the early 1930s, there were little more than 15 theatres in Tehran and 11 in other provinces.

In 1925, Ovanes Ohanian, decided to establish the first film school in Iran. Within five years he managed to run the first session of the school under the name “Parvareshgahe Artistiye cinema” (The Cinema Artist Educational Centre).

In 1930 the first Iranian silent Film was made by Professor Ovanes Ohanian called Haji Agha. In 1932 he made his second film titled Abi Rubi. Later that year, Abdolhossein Sepanta made the first Iranian sound film, entitled Lor Girl. Sepanta would go on to direct movies such as Ferdowsi (the life story of the most celebrated epic poet of Iran), Shirin and Farhaad (a classic Iranian love story), and Black Eyes (the story of Nader Shah‘s invasion of India). In 1937, he directed Laili and Majnoon, an Eastern love story similar to the English story of Romeo and Juliet.

The present day Iranian film industry owes much of its progress to two industrious personalities, Esmail Koushan and Farrokh Ghaffari. By establishing the first National Iranian Film Society in 1949 at the Iran Bastan Museum and organizing the first Film Week during which English films were exhibited, Ghaffari laid the foundation for alternative and non-commercial films in Iran.

Early Persian directors like Abdolhossein Sepanta and Esmail Koushan took advantage of the richness of Persian literature and ancient Persian mythology. In their work, they emphasized ethics and humanity.

The 1960s was a significant decade for Iranian cinema, with 25 commercial films produced annually on average throughout the early ‘60s, increasing to 65 by the end of the decade. The majority of production focused on melodrama and thrillers.

The movie that really boosted the economy of Iranian cinema and initiated a new genre was Ganj-e-Qarun (Croesus Treasure), made in 1965 by Siamak Yasami. Four years later Masoud Kimiay made Kaiser. With Kaiser (Qeysar), Kimiay depicted the ethics and morals of the romanticized poor working class of the Ganj-e-Qarun genre through his main protagonist, the titular Qeysar. But Kimiay’s film generated another genre in Iranian popular cinema: the tragic action drama.

With the screening of the films Kaiser and The Cow, directed by Masoud Kimiay and Darius Mehrjui respectively in 1969, alternative films established their status in the film industry. Attempts to organize a film festival that had begun in 1954 within the framework of the Golrizan Festival, bore fruits in the form of the Sepas Festival in 1969. The endeavors of Ali Mortazavi also resulted in the formation of the Tehran World Festival in 1973.

Soundex Code for Saless = S420

Other surnames sharing this Soundex Code:
SALES | SALLIS | SALLS | SAYLES | SCALES | SCHLACK | SCHLEKAU | SCHLOSS | SCHOLES | SCHOLZ | SCHULKE | SCHULZ | SCHULZE | SCOLES | SEALOCK | SEALS | SEELKE | SELCH | SELLS | SILK | SILLS | SKILES | SLACK | SLISKY | SLOUGH | SLYGH | SOLES | SOLIS | SULEK | SULLICK | SUWALKI | SWALES |

Spouse(s) Nancy Sale Johnson Rashad (m. 1977–2001)
Suzanne Ircha Johnson
(m. 2009–present)
Children Casey Johnson (1979–2010)
Jamie Johnson (b. 1982)
Daisy Johnson (b. 1987)
Robert Wood Johnson V (b. 2006)
Jack Wood Johnson (b. 2008)
Parents Robert Wood Johnson III (1920–1970)
Betty Wold Johnson

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Woody_Johnson

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Brothers_Johnson

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Natalie_Wood

Bowles/ Parker:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Camilla,_Duchess_of_Cornwall

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rashid_Khalidi

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phylicia_Rash%C4%81d

Phylicia Rashād (born Phylicia Ayers-Allen; June 19, 1948) is an American Tony Award-winning actress and singer, best known for her role as Clair Huxtable on the long-running NBC sitcom The Cosby Show.

Born Phylicia Ayers-Allen
(1948-06-19) June 19, 1948 (age 64)
Houston, Texas, U.S.
Years active 1972–present
Spouse(s) William Lancelot Bowles, Jr. (1972–1975)
Victor Willis (1978–1982)
Ahmad Rashād (1985–2001)

https://thesandymonocle.wordpress.com/2013/05/02/theres-something-about-james-a-johnson/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magic_Johnson

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Johnson

Saless, Sale etc..reminds me of Del Webb and R.H. Johnson built a casino for Bugsy, Alice deJanz (Armour family) and the Happy Valley set in Africa. See CBS Africa, Simeon Ndsandjo, Robert and Renee Bueller, Pauley and wife Babe, Barry Gordy…

ARMOUR:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alice_de_Janz%C3%A9

Also see:

etc…https://thesandymonocle.wordpress.com/2013/04/17/babe/

Also see:https://thesandymonocle.wordpress.com/2012/12/26/spinning-the-music-part-2/

Another CBS man:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leslie_Moonves

Next we have Robinson Island in Hawaii. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Niihau

Niʻihau or Niihau (pron.: /ˈnh/; Hawaiian: [ˈniʔiˈhɔu]) is the seventh largest of the inhabited Hawaiian Islands in the U.S. state of Hawaiʻi, having an area of 69.5 square miles (180 km2).[4] Niʻihau lies 17.5 miles (15.2 nmi; 28.2 km) southwest of Kauaʻi across the Kaulakahi Channel. Several intermittent playa lakes provide wetland habitats for the Hawaiian Coot, the Black-winged Stilt, and the Hawaiian Duck. The island is designated as critical habitat for Brighamia insignis, an endemic and endangered species of Hawaiian lobelioid. The United States Census Bureau defines Niʻihau and the neighboring island and State Seabird Sanctuary of Lehua as Census Tract 410 of Kauai County, Hawaii. Its 2000 census population was 160. As of June 2009, the population was 130.

Elizabeth Sinclair purchased Niʻihau in 1864 from the Kingdom of Hawaii and private ownership passed on to her descendants, the Robinson family. During World War II, the island was the site of the Niʻihau Incident: A Japanese navy fighter pilot crashed on the island and terrorized its residents for a week after the attack on Pearl Harbor. The people of Niʻihau are known for their gemlike lei pūpū (shell lei) craftsmanship, and speak Hawaiian as a primary language. The island is generally off-limits to all but relatives of the island’s owners, U.S. Navy personnel, government officials and invited guests, giving it the nickname “The Forbidden Isle.” Beginning in 1987, a limited number of supervised activity tours and hunting safaris have opened to tourists. The island is currently managed by Bruce and Keith Robinson.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smokey_Robinson

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jackie_Robinson

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Mboya

http://genealogytrails.com/hawaii/honolulu/news_marriages.html

Mr Robinson married Miss Alice Gay, his cousin.

Ho’okuleana

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Then, Helen Sinclair married Charles Barrington Robinson, the former (son of Helen Sinclair and Charles Robinson) married his cousin, Alice Gay Mrs. Charles Robinson, Mrs. Aubrey Robinson with Aylmer, Mr. Aubrey Robinson and Sinclair. …. While the Hawaiian Islands are the world’s most-isolated,

Gay & Robinson to quit sugar | starbulletin.com | News | …

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Sep 11, 2008 Sugar cane is shown being harvested at Gay & Robinson’s operation on Kauai. The plantation will end sugar production in 2010.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enola_Gay

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marvin_Gay,_Sr

Born Marvin Pentz Gay
(1914-10-01)October 1, 1914
Jessamine County, Kentucky
Died October 10, 1998(1998-10-10) (aged 84)
Culver City, California
Occupation Minister
Spouse(s) Alberta Gay (1913–1987);
(1935–1984) (divorced)
Children Jeanne Gay (b. 1937)
Marvin Gaye (1939–1984)
Frankie Gaye (1941–2001)
Zeola “Sweetsie” Gaye (b. 1945)
Antwaun Carey Gay (b. 1970)
Parents George Gay (1891–1971)
Mamie Gay (1891–1981)

Frankie Gaye (born Frances Gay, November 15, 1941 – December 30, 2001) was a singer and the younger brother of the more famous singer Marvin Gaye. Born the son of minister Marvin Pentz Gay, Sr. and domestic Alberta Cooper in Washington, D.C., Frances watched as Marvin became a superstar. Frankie’s horrific accounts of his service during the Vietnam War (which included being a radio DJ) inspired Marvin’s classic 1971 concept album What’s Going On.

Next we have Marvin Gaye, Barry Gordy again and the Gordy family:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lillian_Gordy_Carter

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marvin_Gaye

In December 1978, Gaye issued Here, My Dear, inspired by the fallout of his first marriage to Anna Gordy. Recorded as an intent for Gaye to remit a portion of its royalties to her to receive alimony payments, it flopped on the charts.

During that period, Gaye developed a serious dependence and addiction to cocaine and was dealing with several financial issues with the IRS. These issues led for him to move to Maui, where he struggled to record a disco album. In 1980, Gaye went on a European tour. By the time the tour stopped, the singer relocated to London where he feared imprisonment for failure to pay back taxes, which had now reached upwards to $4.5 million.(US$12,538,570 in 2013 dollars.

Gaye then reworked Love Man from its original disco concept to another personal album invoking religion and the possible end time from a chapter in the Book of Revelation.Titling the album, In Our Lifetime?, Gaye provided work on the album for much of 1980 in London studios such as Air and Odyssey Studios. In the fall of that year, a master tape of a rough draft of the album was stolen from one of Gaye’s traveling musicians, Frank Blair, who took the master tape to Motown’s Hollywood headquarters.Motown remixed the album and issued it on January 15, 1981. When Gaye learned of its release, Gaye accused Motown of editing and remixing the album without his consent, allowing the issue of an unfinished production (“Far Cry”), altering the album art of his request and removing the album title’s question mark, muting its irony. He also accused the label of rush-releasing the album, comparing his unfinished album to an unfinished Picasso painting. Gaye then promised not to record any more music for Motown.

On February 14, 1981, under the advice of music promoter Freddy Couseart, Gaye relocated to Couseart’s apartment in Ostend, Belgium. While there, Gaye shied away from heavy drug use and began exercising and attending a local Ostend church, regaining personal confidence. Following several months of recovery, Gaye sought a comeback onstage, starting the short-lived Heavy Love Affair tour in England and Ostend between June and July 1981. Gaye’s personal attorney Curtis Shaw would later describe Gaye’s Ostend period as “the best thing that ever happened to Marvin”. When word got around that Gaye was planning a musical comeback and an exit from Motown, CBS Urban president Larkin Arnold eventually was able to convince Gaye to sign with CBS. On March 23, 1982, Motown and CBS Records negotiated for Gaye to be released from Motown. The details of the contract were kept from being revealed due to a possible negative effect on the singer’s settlement to creditors from the IRS.

Birth name Anna Ruby Gordy
Born 1921
Milledgeville, Georgia, USA
Origin Detroit, Michigan, USA
Genres R&B, soul
Occupations Songwriter, composer, businesswoman
Labels Anna, Motown
Associated acts Berry Gordy, Marvin Gaye, The Originals

Anna Ruby Gordy was born in Milledgeville, Georgia, located in Baldwin County, Georgia, the third eldest child of Berry Gordy Sr. (or Berry Gordy II) and Bertha Ida (née Fuller) Gordy.

Shortly after her birth, Gordy’s father moved up to Detroit from Georgia to seek a better life for his family and to escape any hint of racial tension due to a business deal, later sending for his family after settling down. Gordy, like most of her family, became a successful businesswoman, starting out as a co-operator of the photo concession at Detroit’s Flame Show Bar in the early fifties with sister Gwen, later starting her own namesake label, Anna Records with Gwen and Billy Davis in 1958, a year before her brother Berry launched Tamla Records, later to be a subsidiary for Motown.

The label would later be noted as the distributor of Tamla’s first national hit record, “Money (That’s What I Want)“. Other artists such as David Ruffin, Marvin Gaye and Joe Tex also recorded for the label, which lasted until 1961, when Berry Gordy absorbed the label and its artists. Gordy then joined her brother’s label and started the Artist Development class, becoming its president. Gordy also joined Motown’s staff team as a songwriter. Gordy’s biggest success as a songwriter came in the late 1960s and early 1970s, co-writing two major hits for Motown group The Originals, alongside her then-husband Marvin Gaye, including “Baby, I’m For Real” and “The Bells“, which also featured Anna’s niece Iris, as a co-writer. In 1971, Gordy’s husband released the acclaimed What’s Going On, which featured two songs co-composed by Gordy, including “Flyin’ High (In the Friendly Sky)” and “God Is Love“.

The song’s musical instrumentation was co-composed by Gordy and was used in another Gaye-Gordy composition, “Just to Keep You Satisfied“, which Gaye produced versions by The Monitors and The Originals before overdubbing the Originals’ version for his own version on 1973’s Let’s Get It On. However on Gaye’s version, the singer completely rewrote the lyrics and based the song on the demise of a marriage. Gordy left Motown in 1979 and retired from the music business.

Gordy met Marvin Gaye around 1960. Seventeen years apart in age, Gaye pursued Gordy for months before the two eventually started dating around 1961. After a two-year courtship, they married around June of 1964. According to Marvin, it was Anna who convinced Motown to allow Marvin to work on a standards album (The Soulful Moods of Marvin Gaye). Gordy, herself a songwriter, helped to pen the song, “Never Let You Go (Sha-Lu-Bop)”, from the album. Inspired by their romance, Gaye penned hit singles based off Anna including “Stubborn Kind of Fellow“, “Pride & Joy” and “You Are a Wonderful One“.

The marriage between Marvin and Anna was reportedly turbulent, leading to public spats. At one time during their marriage ceremony, Anna threw one of her heels at Marvin to stop an argument. In order to bring some stability to their home life, Anna and Marvin adopted a little boy that was born on November 17, 1965. The boy was soon named after his adopted father (Marvin Pentz Gaye III). While the boy was said to have been naturally conceived by Anna and Marvin during Motown’s public relations stories of the couple, Marvin himself would confirm the adoption in David Ritz‘s Marvin biography, Divided Soul: The Life of Marvin Gaye. In later years, the identity of the mother was revealed as Denise Gordy, who was the only Gordy woman that was able to naturally conceive a child. It was alleged in the same books that Gaye himself took part in the siring (with Anna’s permission) but that story hasn’t been confirmed. Only Denise Gordy admitted that she helped to deliver a child to help her aunt and in-law have a family. Marvin III later learned of his mother’s real identity and Marvin’s and Anna’s adoption after Marvin’s death. Gaye told Ritz that he was afraid of revealing the truth about the adoption due to facing ridicule for not being able to father a child naturally.

During the mid-1960s, Marvin and Anna lived at a comfortable home outside Outer Drive in Detroit until 1972 when the couple relocated to Hollywood. Shortly after the move, however, the Gayes’ marriage fell apart. By 1973, Gaye had moved out of their Hollywood Hills home, filed for legal separation from Anna and settled with a young woman, Janis Hunter, who ironically was seventeen years younger than Marvin. Following the births of their children, Nona and Frankie, an upset Anna Gordy filed for divorce. The ensuing divorce case lasted for a year and a half, with the matters settled by March of 1977. The divorce court was extensive due to Gaye’s absence in court as Gordy’s attorneys discussed matters of payments for spousal support and alimony for their son, the few times Gaye did show up to court, he would leave angered enough to compose music. To settle Gaye’s financial difficulties in the divorce settlement, Gaye’s attorney Curtis Shaw worked out a deal in which Gordy would be paid off from the royalties of Gaye’s next album.

Classic in Black

http://www.black-international-cinema.com/bicdance_html/cib2001.html

Robeson was also a staunch supporter of the Soviet Union, and a man, later in his Robeson had married fellow Columbia student Eslanda Cardozo Goode, ….. in Don Giovanni, Liu in Turandot, Leonora in Il Trovatore, Elsa in Lohengrin, and

*NOTE*

Anna Ruby Gordy was born in Milledgeville, Georgia, located in Baldwin County, Georgia, the third eldest child of Berry Gordy Sr. (or Berry Gordy II) and Bertha Ida (née Fuller) Gordy.

Fuller/ Graham:

http://backchannel.al-monitor.com/index.php/2013/04/5090/former-cia-officer-absurd-to-link-uncle-of-boston-suspects-agency-over-daughters-brief-marriage/

http://www.corbettreport.com/who-is-graham-fuller/?

duBois (Wood): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shirley_Graham_Du_Bois

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ronnie_Wood

Sam Taylor Johnson Wood: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0853374/

Sam Taylor-Johnson


Married her boyfriend of 3 years Aaron Taylor-Johnson and the father of her two younger daughters – Wylda and Romy. [June 21, 2012]

Born:

Samantha Louise Taylor-Wood
March 4, 1967 in London, England, UK

After a two-year apprenticeship under Cecil B. DeMille as assistant director, Samuel Grosvenor Wood had the good fortune to have assigned to him two of the biggest stars at Paramount during their heyday: Wallace Reid, between 1919 and 1920; and Gloria Swanson, from 1921 to 1923. By the time his seven-year contract with Paramount expired… See full bio »

Died:

September 22, 1949 (age 66) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gloria_Swanson –

Gloria May Josephine Swanson (March 27, 1899 – April 4, 1983) was an …. This was the first time Swanson had heard the name of Joseph P. Kennedy, with

Taylor Energy/ King Hussein:
Taylor worked for John, who secured the oil rights from King Hussein:
wiki:

John W. Mecom Sr (January 13, 1911 – October 12, 1981) was an American businessman.

John Whitfield Mecom Sr found success as an independent oilman by acquiring abandoned oil wells and then making them profitable. He also developed new fields from Louisiana to Saudi Arabia.

He was once ranked as one of the top oil independents; however, he filed for bankruptcy in 1970. After reorganizing his John W. Mecom Company, he reopened his company, which he subsequently ran with his son, John W. Mecom Jr., former owner of the New Orleans Saints NFL football team.

On December 18, 1964, Mecom’s private plane was mistakenly shot down by the Egyptian air force, killing both pilot and co-pilot. While Mecom survived, the incident strained U.S.-Egypt relations, Mecom being a friend and donor of Lyndon Johnson.

See his wife Muna SUTTON also:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hussein_of_Jordan

Pierce/ Percival/ Piers/ Percy/ Paris etc..

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marvin_Pierce Robinson*

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Percy_Sutton

  • Ray Charles Robinson (September 23, 1930 – June 10, 2004) was an American Henry and Alice Johnson, who owned a store not unlike Mr. Pit’s store in …. Otis Redding and Motown singers such as Smokey Robinson, Marvin Gaye and its

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ray_Charles

Ray Charles Robinson was the son of Aretha (Williams) Robinson, a sharecropper, and Bailey Robinson, a railroad repair man, mechanic and handyman. Aretha was a devout Christian and the family attended the New Shiloh Baptist Church. When Ray was an infant, his family moved from Albany, Georgia, where he was born, to the poor black community on the western side of Greenville, Florida. In his early years, Charles showed a curiosity for mechanical things and he often watched the neighborhood men working on their cars and farm machinery. His musical curiosity was sparked at Mr. Wiley Pit’s Red Wing Cafe when Pit played boogie woogie on an old upright piano. Pit would care for George, Ray’s brother, so as to take the burden off Aretha. However, George drowned in Aretha’s laundry tub when he was four years old. After witnessing the death of his brother, Ray would feel an overwhelming sense of guilt later on in life.

Charles left school after his mother died in 1946, when he was 15 years old. He moved to Jacksonville with a couple who were friends of his mother. For over a year, he played the piano for bands at the Ritz Theatre in LaVilla, earning $4 a night. Then he moved to Orlando, and later Tampa, where he played with a southern band called The Florida Playboys. This is where he began his habit of always wearing sunglasses, made by designer Billy Stickles.

Charles had always played for other people, but he wanted his own band. He decided to leave Florida for a large city, but Chicago and New York City were too big. After asking a friend to look at a map and note the city in the United States that was farthest from Florida, he moved to Seattle in 1947 (where he first met and befriended, under the tutelage of Robert Blackwell, a 14-year-old Quincy Jones) and soon started recording, first for the Down Beat label as the Maxin Trio with guitarist G.D. McKee and bassist Milton Garrett, achieving his first hit with “Confession Blues” in 1949. The song soared to No.2 on the R&B charts.

In 1950, he played in a Miami hotel, impressing Henry Stone, who recorded a Ray Charles Rockin’ record which never became very popular. During his stay in Miami, Charles was required to stay in the segregated but thriving black community of Overtown. Stone later helped Jerry Wexler find Charles in St. Petersburg.

He joined Swing Time Records and under his own name (“Ray Charles” to avoid being confused with the boxer Sugar Ray Robinson) recorded two more R&B hits, “Baby, Let Me Hold Your Hand” (No. 5) in 1951 and “Kissa Me Baby” (No. 8) in 1952. The following year, Swing Time folded and Ahmet Ertegün signed him to Atlantic Records.

Charles’ first recording session with Atlantic (“The Midnight Hour”/”Roll With my Baby”) came in September 1952, although his last Swingtime release (“Misery in my Heart”/”The Snow is Falling”) would not come until February 1953. He began recording jump blues and boogie-woogie style recordings as well as slower blues ballads where he continued to show the vocal influences of Nat “King” Cole and Charles Brown.

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12 Responses to How The Pictures And Songs Remain The Same

  1. Renee says:

    Old love songs of Hawaii:

    http://genealogytrails.com/hawaii/honolulu/news_marriages.html
    ADAMS – POHUNUI
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, by the Rev. H. H. Parker, March 14, Mr. John Adams to Pohunui. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Monday, 2 Apr. 1866; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    AFONG – FAYERWEATHER
    MARRIED.
    On Thursday evening last, by Rev. L. Smith, at the residence of the bridegroom, Mr. Afong to Julia Fayerweather, daughter of the late Abraham H. Fayerweather, an old resident of this place. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Thursday, 25 June 1857; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    A GO – HANAKAHI
    January 21, by the Rev. S. C. Damon, A Go was married to Hanakahi. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Volume 18 Issue2 Page 16, February 1, 1867 – Transcribed by AFOFG]

    ALMY – ROBINSON
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, December 15th, by Rev. S. C. Damon, Capt. Alexander Almy to Miss Alice S. Robinson. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Tuesday, 1 Jan. 1871; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    ANTONE – NAHALEPOHAKU
    MARRIED.
    Jan. 24, by Rev. S. C. Damon, Mr. David Antone to Nahalepohaku, both of Honolulu. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Tuesday, 3 Feb. 1857; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    ASCH – SINGER
    MARRIED.
    In this city, Nov. 22d, by Rev. S. C. Damon, Mr. Julius Asch to Miss Mary Singer, both of Honolulu. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Monday, 1 Dec. 1879; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    ASH – THAYER
    Miss Georgie Thayer, formerly a teacher in the Colville schools, was married Nov. 27 to Henry C. Ash at Honolulu. Miss Thayer is a sister of the late Attorney R.A. Thayer. [“The Colville Examiner”, (Colville, Wash.) December 10, 1921 – Sub. by K.T.]

    BABCOCK – HAMLIN
    MARRIED.
    On the evening of the 7th inst., at the Legation of the United States, in this city, by the Rev. S. C. Damon, Capt. William Babcock, of New London, to Miss Cornelia Hamlin, niece of the American Commissioner. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Tuesday, 3 Feb. 1857; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    BAILEY – LEWIS
    Married
    At Marshfield, Waikiki, June 28, 1894, by the Rev. Alexander Mackintosh, Mr. David T. Bailey to Miss Hattie Kasiakawaha Lewis, all of Honolulu. No Cards. [Source: Hawaii Holomau, June 29, 1894; submitted by Dena Whitsell]

    BARNETT – CULLEN
    Miss Christine Cullen and Walker W. Barnett were married Tuesday by David Cary Peters, pastor of the Christian church. Miss Odelia Jones and John Graves attended the ceremony. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., November 02, 1916; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    BARTLETT – GOULD
    In Honolulu Harbor, January 27th, on board Am ship “Vancouver, by Rev. L. Andrews, Ichabod Bartlett, Esq., of Honolulu, to Miss Caroline F. Gould. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) February 1, 1855; transcribed by Melody Beery]

    BENNETT – NAHEA
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, Sunday evening, July 7th, by the Rev. H. H. Parker, Major Chauncey C. Bennett to Miss Marie Nahea, both of Honolulu. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Thursday, 1 Aug. 1867; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    BENNY – CAMARA
    Miss Constancew Edna Camara, daughter of Major and Mrs. J.M. Camara, and Cecil George Benny were married last night by Pastor David Cary Peters.

    Miss Helen F. Bell and Richard Benny accompanied the couple, who left in the Mauna Kea this afternoon for a honeymoon visit on the Big Island. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., September 06, 1916; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    BIEDERMANN – MARTINS
    Dr. Victorinus Claesen of the Catholic Cathedral united Miss Margaret Martins and Frederick Biedermann in marriage Sunday. Miss Victoria Martins and Mr. Harrub, attended the ceremony. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., September 12, 1916; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    BLAIR – WEST
    MARRIED.
    On the 25th Feb., at Austin, Texas, Jas. D. Blair, Esq., formerly of Honolulu, and Miss Mary N. West, of Camden, South Carolina. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Thursday, 25 June 1857; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    BOLT – WEED
    Miss Emma Weed, a well-known young lady of the city, and Christopher J. Holt were married yesterday morning in the Catholic cathedral by Rev. Father Leonor. A wedding breakfast at the home of Miss Lucy Peabody, aunt of the bride, was given to the bridal pair, their relatives and immediate friends. The newly married couple left for Makaha on the 11 a. m. train, where they will spend their honeymoon. [Hawaiian Gazette, Oct 18, 1895 Contributed by Kim Torp]

    BRIDGES – KELIIHOALANI
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, March 17th, by Rev. H. H. Parker, Mr. George A. Bridges to Miss Mary Keliihoalani. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Monday, 2 Apr. 1866; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    BROOKS – SMITH
    MARRIED.
    Jan. 17, by Rev. S. C. Damon, Mr. Thos. Brooks to Miss Ann Smith, both of Honolulu. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Tuesday, 3 Feb. 1857; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    BUCKLEY – BOLSTER
    MARRIED.
    In this city on the 16th October, by the Rev. S. C. Damon, Mr. Peter Buckley to Martha, eldest daughter of Mr. A. S. Bolster, all of Honolulu. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Friday, 1 Nov. 1878; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    CAESAR – MEADE
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, October 4th, by Rev. S. C. Damon, John Caesar to Jeeny Meade, both of Honolulu. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Saturday, 1 Nov. 1865; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    CANTERBURY – NANAMALEI
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, April 4th, by Rev. S. C. Damon, Mr. B. F. Canterbury to Nanamalei. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Friday, 1 May 1863; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    CARMICHAEL – HASTINGS
    Married: In this city (Honolulu) on July 8, by the Rev. Alexander Mackintosh, Dr. D.A. Carmichael, U.S. Marine Hospital Service, to Mrs. Alice M. Hastings. [The Independent. (Honolulu, H.I.), July 10, 1899 – Sub. by K.T.]

    CARTER – LADD
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, Nov. 28, by Rev. E. Corwin, Mr. Jos. O. Carter to Miss Mary E. Ladd. The Printers’ best wishes accompany the happy couple. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Thursday, 1 Dec. 1859; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    CAVARLY – BOLLES
    MARRIED.
    In San Francisco, Nov. 27th, on board the clipper ship Anglo Saxon, by Rev. Dr. Anderson, Captain John M. Cavarly to Miss Anna E. Bolles, daughter of B. F. Bolles, Esq., of Lahaina. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Saturday, 2 Jan. 1860; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    CHAKI – MOQUAI
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, February 5th, by Rev. S. C. Damon, Chaki to Annie Moquai, both of Honolulu. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Monday, 1 Mar. 1880; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    CHAMBERLAIN – LIGHTBODY
    In Stockbridge, Wisconsin, Oct. 25, Rev. James P. Chamberlain, formerly of Honolulu, to Miss Helen Catherine, daughter of Deacon Lightbody of the former place. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Volume 18 Issue2 Page 16, February 1, 1867 – Transcribed by AFOFG]

    CHOW – HOONG
    With Rev. Kong Yin Tet, pastor of the Chinese Episcopal Church of St. Peter’s officiating. Ching Young Chow and Miss Mun Kam Hoong, prominent in local young Chinese circles, were married last Saturday. The witnesses were Tam Shee aNd B.O. Suinn. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., June 13, 1917; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)

    CLARK – HALL
    MARRIED.
    At St. Johnsbury, Vt., Sept. 12, Rev. E. W. Clark, of Honolulu, S. I., to Mrs. S. Helen Hall, of St. Johnsbury. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Thursday, 1 Dec. 1859; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    CLARK – HOWELL
    Married at the Howard Presbyterian Church in San Francisco, November 23rd Charles K. Clark, Esq., to Miss Hattie W. Howell. (Cards received.) [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) December 1, 1868; transcribed by Melody Beery]

    CLARK – HUTCHINSON
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, Saturday evening, Jan. 31, by Rev. J. D. Strong, A. K. Clark, Esq., to Harriet E. Hutchinson, of Nashua, New Hampshire. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Tuesday, 3 Feb. 1857; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    COGGSHALL – NOONAN
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, Nov. 29, at the Catholic Church, by the Rt. Rev. Bishop Maigret, Capt. Coggshall, of the whaleship Silver Cloud, of New Bedford, to Miss Abby Noonan, of Honolulu. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Thursday, 1 Dec. 1859; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    COLE – COTTRELL
    In Newport, R.I. on the 9th of July, 1868, by the Rev. W. Malcom, John Hutchison Cole, of Providence, to Miss Mary Stanton Cottrell of Jamestown, R.I. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) December 1, 1868; transcribed by Melody Beery]

    COLTON – EVENSON
    Edward Colton, an engineer on the Oahu railway, and Miss Caroline Evenson, of Kauai, were married yesterday. [Source: The Hawaiian star., February 12, 1901; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    COOK – HADLEY
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, April 16, by Rev. E. Corwin, at the residence of A. P. Brickwood, Esq., Mr. T. E. Cook, of Makawao, to Mrs. Mary D. Hadley, of Honolulu. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Friday, 1 May 1863; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    COOKE – LYDGATE
    MARRIED.
    At the First Foreign Church in Hilo, Hawaii, Nov. 6th, by Rev. A. O. Forbes, Mr. A. Frank Cooke of Honolulu, to Miss Lilanet Lydgate, of Hilo. No cards. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Monday, 1 Dec. 1879; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    CORREA – KONG
    Miss Mary K. Kong of the book-bindery department (of this paper) and Mr. Charles Correa of the mechanical department were married at 7 o’clock this morning in the Catholic cathedral, Fort street, in the presence of a large gathering of friends and relatives.

    Miss Sylvina Gomes was bridesmade and Mr. Antone Correa, brother of the groom, was best man.

    Mr. and Mrs. Correa will at once begin housekeeping in their pretty new home in Puunui. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., December 30, 1914; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    CRABB – MEEK
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, Wednesday evening, May 10, by Rev. S. C. Damon, at the residence of the bride’s father, Horace G. Crabb Esq., to Miss Elizabeth, daughter of Capt. John Meek. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Thursday, 25 June 1857; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    CRANE – JENNINGS
    Chas. S. Crane and Miss Hazel Jennings Marry
    Chas. S. Crane of this city and Miss Hazel Jennings of San Francisco were married in this city on the 26th inst. The leading local paper says: “The attendance and cordiality spoke volumes for the popularity of the young couple so auspiciously mated for life.”
    [Source: Austin’s Hawaiian Weekly –July 1, 1899 – Submitted by Dale Donlon]

    DAVIS – CROMPTON
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, Dec. 20, by Rev. C. S. Damon, Mr. John Davis, to Miss Margaret Crompton. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Saturday, 1 Jan. 1859; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    DAVIS – JACKSON
    Miss Louise Jackson and Walter Ficod Davis were married Saturday by Rev. Frank W. Merrill. Mrs. William C. Anderson and Albert Damron were witnesses. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., November 07, 1916; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    DILLINGHAM – GAYLORD
    Florence, Italy, May 2.–Miss Louise Gaylord of Chicago and Walter F. Dillingham of Honolulu were married here today. [Source: The Honolulu times., June 01, 1910; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)

    DIMOND – GRAY
    MARRIED.
    On the 10th day of January, at the residence of Charles Merriam, Esq., of Springfield, Mass., W. Henry Dimond, of Honolulu, (late Captain U.S.A.), to Miss Nellie W. Gray, daughter of Dr. J. H. Gray, of Springfield. No cards. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Monday, 2 Apr. 1866; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    DOLE – GALLAGHER
    Attorney-General E.P. Dole and Miss Eleaner Gallagher were to be married in San Francisco on the 5th inst. according to latest advices. Vicar-General Predergast was the officating clergyman. [Source: The Independent., September 11, 1901; transcribed by Nancy Washell]

    DUNCAN – SWINTON
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, Sept. 23, at the residence of the bride’s father, by Father Herrmann, Mr. John A. Duncan to Miss Harriet S. Swinton. No cards. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Saturday, 1 Nov. 1865; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    ECKARDT – FERNANDES
    Miss Elizabeth Fernandes and Frederick Eckardt were married Saturday by Rev. Fr. H. Valentin. Antonio and Georgina Fernandes attended the couple. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., November 07, 1916; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    ECLEVERRIA – MAIKAI
    MARRIED.
    In this city, April 18th, by the Rev. S. C. Damon, Daniel Ecleverria to Wahine Maikai, both of Honolulu. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Tuesday, 1 May 1879; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    FAXON – HAWKINGS
    Frank C. Faxon and Mrs. Ida F. Hawkings were married yesterday afternoon. The groom is secretary of the new American Power and Water Company. The bride arrived a few days ago from her home in Alameda. [Source: The Hawaiian star., July 13, 1900; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    FIELD – THAYER
    MARRIED.
    In Roxbury, Mass., Sept. 20, 1859, Barnum Wisner Field, Esq., formerly of Honolulu, to Miss Hattie L. Thayer, daughter of Chas. Lowell Thayer, of Roxbury. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Thursday, 1 Dec. 1859; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    FISCHER – BEYSENS
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, Dec. 3, by Rev. S. C. Damon, Mr. W. A. J. Fischer, to Miss Henrietta Augusta Beysens, both of Honolulu. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Saturday, 2 Jan. 1860; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    FORBES – CHAMBERLAIN
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, on Tuesday evening, Dec. 21, at the residence of the bride’s mother, by the Rev. E. Corwin, Rev. A. O. Forbes, son of Rev. C. Forbes, formerly American missionary at Kealakekua, Hawaii, to Miss Maria Jane, daughter of the late Levi Chamberlain, of Honolulu. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Saturday, 1 Jan. 1859; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    GOODWIN – BERRY
    N.C. Goodwin and Miss Mindora L. Berry were married last evening by Rev. J.C. Hay. [Source: The Hawaiian star., July 13, 1900; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    GRAVES – HAKAU
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, Dec. 3d, by Rev. A. O. Forbes, Samuel Graves to Maleka Hakau. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Tuesday, 1 Jan. 1871; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    GRIFFIN – STAFFORD
    MARRIED.
    In this city, October 27th, by Rev. S. C. Damon, Mr. Daniel B. Griffin to Eliza J. Stafford, of Eau Claire, Wisconsin. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Friday, 1 Nov. 1878; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    HAINE – WALAEA
    MARRIED.
    In this city, April 17th, by the Rev. S. C. Damon, Haine, (Chinaman) of Kikihale, to Walaea, of Waikiki-kai. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Tuesday, 1 May 1879; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    HALL – KEKAULA
    Mrs. Rose K. Kekaula and Samuel K. Hall were married Saturday. Manuel Spencer and Representative James K. Lota attended. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., September 12, 1916; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    HAMILTON – THRUM
    In this city, on Tuesday evening Nov. 24th by Rev. S. C. Damon, Capt. James A. Hamilton to Miss Annie W. Thrum. No cards.
    Hartford Conn. Papers please copy.

    Accompanying the above the printers received a liberal supply of cake, for which they tender their best wishes to the happy couple. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) December 1, 1868; transcribed by Melody Beery]

    HARRISON – CROCKER
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, December 10th, by Rev. S. C. Damon, Capt. J. H. Harrison, to Miss Phebe Crocker. Both of this city. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Tuesday, 1 Jan. 1871; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    HARRISON – CROWINGBERG
    Henry J. Harrison and Miss Emma Crowingberg were married in St. Andrew’s cathedral last evening. Rev. V. H. Kiktcat officiated. [Source: The Hawaiian star., January 31, 1901; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)

    HIRONAKA-UMEMOTO
    In Honolulu, April 17, 1916, Jukichi Hironaka, aged 38, to Kiku Umemoto, aged 38. Ceremony performed by Rev. E. Motokawa. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., April 18, 1916; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    HITCHCOCK – HAMILTON
    At Watervleit, NY on the 27th of September, Charles E. Hitchcock and Eliza P. Hamilton. Mr. H. was formerly a resident of Honolulu, and editor of the Polynesian; but more recently of San Francisco, of the firm of Goodwin & Co. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) February 1, 1855; transcribed by Melody Beery]

    HOOGS – ADAMS
    Mrs. Norma W. Adams and William H. Hoogs, Jr., were married Wednesday afternoon at the Manoa home of Rev. and Mrs. John W. Wadman, the bride’s parents. Harry Lucas and Mrs. Flora Wadman Baker, a sister of the bride, attended the couple. Rev. W.D. Westervelt officiated. Rev. Mr. Wadman was not present, being in Washington DC, in the interests of the Anti-Saloon League. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., December 07, 1916; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    HOPII – AKAU
    With Rev. Samuel K. Kamaiopili, assistant pastor of Kaumakapili church officiating, Nicholas K. Hopii of this city and Mrs. Minnie Akau of 1117 Fifteenth avenue, Kaimuki, were married last night at the home of Hon. and Mrs. James K. Lota, Maluhia Village, the hosts being the witnesses to the ceremony. Mr. Hopii was formerly connected with the Honolulu post office and was assistant clerk of the house in the late legislature. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., June 13, 1917; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)

    HORNER – PAINE
    William Foster Horner and Florence E. Paine were married by Cannon William Ault in Honolulu on Sep 14 (19 ) and they are now at home at Kapaa. Mr. Horner is manager of trhe Kealia branch of the Bank of Hawaii, and Miss Payne[sic] was a popular teacher in the Lihue public schools last year. [Source: The Garden Island, Sep 21, 1920; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    HOUGH – DEINERT
    With Rev. A.A. Ebersole officiating, Reuben A. Hough and Miss Frieda E. Deinert were married at the Kaimuki home of Mrs. Smith, sister of the bride, last Saturday evening. The witnesses were Miss Pearl Robinson and Luther W. Hough, brother of the bridegroom. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., April 18, 1916; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    HUESTON – KAPUA
    MARRIED.
    In this city, March 19th, by Rev. H. H. Parker, Mr. G. A. Hueston to Miss Haili Kapua, of Makawao, Maui. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Thursday, 1 Apr. 1870; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    IVES – GERTZ
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, Oct. 31st, 1879, at the residence of the bride’s father, Frederick A. Ives to Henrietta Gertz. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Monday, 1 Dec. 1879; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    JOHNSON – CAMERON
    The residence of Mrs. E. Williams on Chaplain Lane was beautifully decorated last evening when Captain Sam Johnson and Miss Olive Pearl Cameron were married by Rev. J.P. Edman,of Central Union Church. The young couple stood under an arch formed of banyan leaves, interspersed with plumaria and the keystone of the arch was composed of two heart-shaped decorations one of pink and the other of white carnations. The bride was given away by her father and Miss Alice Johnson was her bridesmaid. Ralph Raymond was best man to the groom.

    After the ceremony was over the young couple received the congratulations of their friends and then the rooms were cleared for dancing and an enjoyable time was had. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson will reside at Pawaa. [Source: The Independent., September 11, 1901; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    JOHNSON – HOLMES
    Sgt. William D. Johnson, 25th Infantry, U.S.A., of Schofield Barracks, and Mrs. Mabel C. Holmes, who arrived on Monday in the transport Logan from the mainland, were married on Tuesday by Rev. S. K. Kamaiopili, assistant pastor of Kaumakapili church. The witnesses were Mrs. Estella Howard and Grant Moore. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., August 17, 1917; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    JOHNSTON – RHODES
    Miss Abbie Rhodes and C. A. Johnston, who is with Wall & Dougherty, were married Wednesday evening at Dr. and Mrs. Frank C. Mighton’s home on Palolo road, Kaimuki, by Pastor David Cary Peters. Mrs. Cora B. MacElwee and Dr. Frank C. Mighton were witnesses. The bride arrived in the Niagara. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., September 08, 1916; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    JONES – CHAMBERS
    Henry M. Jones and Dolly May Chambers were married at the Methodist parsonage last evening. [Source: The Hawaiian star., February 12, 1901; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    JUDD – CUTTS
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, Nov. 1, at the Fort Street Church, by the Rev. E. Corwin, Charles H. Judd, to Miss Emily C. Cutts, late of Portsmouth, N. H. The Printers’ congratulations to the happy young couple. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Thursday, 1 Dec. 1859; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    KAAINOA – KANILAU
    Miss Clara Kanilau and David Kaainoa were married Wednesday by Rev. Fr. Victorinus of the Catholic cathedral. Miss Lily Ah Sing and Lazaro Kaahu were witnesses. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., September 08, 1916; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    KAPIKA – MACOMBER
    Albert Kapika and Miss Mary Macomber were married yesterday afternoon, with Rev. S.K. Kamaiopili officiating. The witnesses were Harry K. Kauhaahaa and Miss Lizzie K. Kauhaahaa. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., July 28, 1917; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)[

    KASAPARA – TSUGURA
    Geichi Kasapara, aged 29 of Waimea, and Taru Tsugura, aged 19, of Waimea, were married at Waimea on January 10, 1918 by David Kamala Kapahee. [Source: The Garden Island., January 15, 1918; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    KAU – HO
    Arthur K. F. Kau and Miss Jennie N. G. Ho were married last Saturday evening at the Kaimuki home of the bride, Rev. Norman C. Schenck, superintendent of the Chinese work of the Hawaiian board, officiating. The witnesses were Ho Tong and Miss Annie Ho, sister of the bride. A reception and social followed the wedding. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., April 18, 1916; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    KING – STOTT
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, April 17, by Rev. E. Corwin, at the residence of the bride’s father, Mr. James C. King to Anna G., only daughter of Capt. William Stott, all of Honolulu. No cards. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Friday, 1 May 1863; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    KOELLING – LUEHWING
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, Oct. 10th, at the residence of J. C. Glade, Esq., by the Rev. S. C. Damon, Charles Koelling, Esq., of Hanalei, Kauai, to Miss Leonora Luehwing, of Honolulu. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Friday, 1 Nov. 1878; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    KOLLARS – CONDON
    Earl A. Kollars and Miss Margaret A. Condon were married at 4 o’clock yesterday afternoon at the Catholic cathedral parsonage, Rev. Father Patrick St. Ledger performing the ceremony. The witnesses were A. J. Rain and Miss Lillian Condon, sister of the bride. The bride is the daughter of Martin J. Condon of the Honolulu Iron Works. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., April 18, 1916; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    KNIGHT – CRAWFORD
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, Jan. 4th, by Rev. S. C. Damon, Mr. David H. Knight, 2nd officer of American whale-ship Vernon, to Mrs. Isabella Crawford. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Tuesday, 3 Feb. 1857; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    KRUGER – GRANY
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, April 8th, by Rev. S. C. Damon, Mr. F. C. Kruger to Miss Margaret E. Grany. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Friday, 1 May 1863; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    LAMBERT – RIEMENSCHNEIDER
    Mrs. E. L. R. Riemenschneider and Wm. Lambert Married
    Mrs. E. L. R. Riemenschneider, of Honolulu, and Mr. Wm Lambert were married in Riverside, Cal., on the 6th inst. They have taken up their residence in Los Angeles. [Source: Austin’s Hawaiian Weekly – December 25, 1899 – Submitted by Dale Donlon]

    LANI – NIELSON
    David Lani and Miss Maggie Nielson were married last Saturday by Rev. H.H. Parker, pastor of Kawaiahao church, the witnesses being Mrs. E. Ah See and J.C. Meyer. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., June 13, 1917; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)

    LAW – ANAU
    Mrs. Lucy K. Anau, Hawaiian, and You Law, Chinese, were married Monday by Rev. Samuel K. Kamaiopili, who said the services in two languages, half in English and half in Hawaiian. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., September 12, 1916; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    LELEO – DEHAAKE
    David Leleo, Jr., and Miss Ella Dehaake were married yesterday by Rev. Samuel K. Kamakaia of the Hoomana Naauao church. The witnesses were John W. Kalaukoa and Mary Kakumu. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., August 17, 1917; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    LEWERS – CARTER
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, July 16th, by Rev. S. C. Damon, Mr. R. Lewers to Miss Catherine R. Carter, both of Honolulu. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Thursday, 1 Aug. 1867; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    LINDSAY – WOOLLEY
    James A. Lindsay and Mrs. Cora Woolley were married on the 13th inst. by Rev. Alex Mackintosh. The bridegroom is connected with the Honolulu plantation and the bride comes from Colorado. [Source: The Independent., June 16, 1899; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    LOFGOIST – EKMAN
    MARRIED.
    At the Bethel Church, Honolulu, February 20, by Rev. R. B. Snowden, S. R. Lofgoist and Miss Charlotta Ekman, all of Honolulu. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Thursday, 1 Apr. 1870; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    LOPES – KAILI
    Miss Lucy Kaili and Joseph Antonio Lopes, Jr., were married Wednesday by Rev. Henry Poepoe, Lucy K. Kaili and Rev. D.P. Mahihila attended. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., September 08, 1916; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    LOWRIE – ALLEN
    Walter A. Lowrie and Blanche Ella Allen were married at Spreckelsville on the 30th of December, by the Rev. Dr. E.G. Beckwith. The young couple arrived in Honolulu by the Claudine. [Source: The Independent., January 02, 1900; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    LUSCOMB – HANA
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, December 17th, by Rev. A. O. Forbes, Chas. H. Luscomb to Hana, of Wailuku, East Maui. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Tuesday, 1 Jan. 1871; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    MACHADO – DE JESUS
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, February 8th, by Rev. S. C. Damon, Antonio Jose Machado to Asabel De Jesus, both of Honolulu. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Monday, 1 Mar. 1880; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    MACFARLANE – WIDEMANN
    MARRIED.
    At Waikiki, April 5th, 1879, by Rev. Father Hermann, Mr. F. W. MacFarlane to Miss Emelie, daughter of Hon. H. A. Widemann, all of Honolulu. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Tuesday, 1 May 1879; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    MAGOON – ESHLEMAN
    MARRIED.
    At Waialua, Oahu, March 15th, by His Lordship the Bishop of Honolulu, Mr. J. A. Magoon to Miss Hannieva Eshleman. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Tuesday, 1 May 1879; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    MAIKAI – KAUKALIU
    Mrs. Rose S. Kaukaliu and John Kaloa Maikai were married Sunday by Rev. S.K. Kamiopili. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., November 07, 1916; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    MAKAEHU – PASCAL
    Miss Ella Lani Pascal and William Makaehu were married Saturday in the presence of Representative James Kula and Manuel Spencer. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., September 12, 1916; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    MAY – ROTH
    Mr. Emmett May and Miss May Roth Married
    Mr. Emmet May, a popular insurance man, and Miss May Roth, a society belle of this city, were married on the 12th inst. at St. Andrews (Anglican) Cathedral. There was a large attendance of society people present to witness the ceremony. [Source: Austin’s Hawaiian Weekly – October 14, 1899 – Submitted by Dale Donlon]

    MCBRIDE – SHERGOLD
    William McBride and Miss Phyllis Shergold were married Wednesday by Rev. Leon L. Loofbourow, pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal church. The witnesses were F.W. Smith and Mrs. L.L. Loofbourow. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., August 17, 1917; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    MCCORRISTON – CAMPBELL
    McCorriston-Campbell Nuptials
    At a simple home wedding Miss Mary Campbell and Mr. Edward McCorriston were married yesterday afternoon at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. John Lucas on Lunalilo street, the Rev. Father Stephen officiating. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., December 30, 1914; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    MCDUFF – LUIKA
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, March 11, by Rev. S. C. Damon, Mr. Alexander McDuff, of Honolulu, to Luika, of Kaupo, Maui. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Monday, 2 Apr. 1866; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    MCWAYNE – ROBINSON
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, Oct. 9th, at the residence of the bride’s mother, in Nuuanu Valley, by the Rev. S. C. Damon, Albert McWayne, Esq., to Miss Lucy H. Robinson, both of Honolulu. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Friday, 1 Nov. 1878; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    MEEK – KAAUKAI
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, Dec. 17, by Rev. C. S. Damon, Mr. Thomas Meek, to Kaaukai, both of Honolulu. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Saturday, 1 Jan. 1859; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    MEYER – ERRICSON
    A. W. Meyer and Miss Charlotte Erricson were married at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. B.F. Dillingham in Punahou last evening. a reception followed, lasting from 8 to 10 o’clock. Mr. and Mrs. Meyers will reside in Punahou. [Source: The Hawaiian star., June 16, 1899; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    The Rev. Mr. Kincaid joined in holy wedlock last evening A.W. Meyer and Miss Charlotte Ericson. The ceremony took place at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. B.F. Dillingham, and later on a brilliant reception was held. [Source: The Independent., June 16, 1899; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    MURPHY – MCCULLOUGH
    Albert Murphy and Mrs. Lillian M. McCullough were married yesterday evening at the home of Rev. Leon L. Loofbourow, 2540 Ferdinand street, pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal church. The witnesses were Harry Newman and Mrs. Nellie Newman. Mr. Murphy has been in Honolulu about a year, whilel Mrs. Murphy arrived here about three weeks ago from the mainland. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., June 13, 1917; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)

    NAMOKU – KAAUA
    Miss Emily Kaaua and Louis Namoku were married at the Catholic Mission Sunday be Rev. Fr. Phillipo Blom. George Landford and Mrs. Maria Lakua accompanied the couple. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., August 15, 1916; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    NOBRIGA – PRESTRELLA
    Rev. Fr. Rodrigue Frans officiated Monday at the marriage of Miss Laura Prestrella and Frank Nobriga, both of Waipahu. Christina Ornellas and Adam Ornellas were witnesses. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., September 12, 1916; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    PAYCEE – COFFIN
    Dec. 29th. 1866, by Father Hermann, Paycee to Maria Coffin, both of Honolulu. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Volume 18 Issue2 Page 16, February 1, 1867 – Transcribed by AFOFG]

    PAHIA – SOUZA
    Miss Angelina Souza and John Pahia were married Monday by Rev. Fr. Rodrique Frans. Miss Mary Quintal and George Tripp, Jr., attended. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., October 03, 1916; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    PARKER – AHANA
    Miss Lucille Ahana and Nathaniel Parker were married Monday night by Rev. Samuel K. Kamaiopili at the latter’s residence. Witnesses were Mrs. S.K. Kamaiopili, and Miss Lani Edith Wood. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., August 15, 1916; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    PARKER – CAMPBELL
    San Francisco – Last night, in the parlors of the Occidental hotel, Colonel Samuel Parker, perhaps the best known of living Hawaiians, was married to Mrs. Jas. K. Campbell. Colonel Parker is the owner of a million or more acres in the Hawaiian Islands. His bride is the possessor of several millions of gold, silver and paper dollars.
    Additional interest is given to last night’s wedding when it is known that Miss Abbie Campbell, a daughter of the bride, is soon to be married to Prince David Kawananakoa of Honolulu, who had the United States not annexed his county, would have reigned as King himself.
    Last night’s cemetery, which was performed by Judge J.C.B. Hebbard of the Superior Court, was witnessed by Prince David and his prospective bride, Miss Campbell and the following ladies and gentlemen from Honolulu:
    Attorney G.A. Davis, Judge George D. Gear, Miss Anita Chrystal, Miss Ethel Gay and Ernest Parker, the grown son of the groom.
    Just as the ceremony was concluded the younger children of the bride and groom appeared at the door of the bride’s apartments and asked in chorus: “What’s the matter?”
    When informed of what had occurred there were kisses all around.
    Earlier in the evening the entire wedding party dined in a private dining-room of the hotel. There was a profusion of evergreens and floral decorations. Stationed in one corner of the room was a quintet of Hawaiian musicians, brought here by Prince David, and throughout the feast the soft tinkle of the ukulele was punctuated by the festive pop of the small package.
    After the ceremony the entire party took carriages and were driven to the theater, where they enjoyed the play.
    Colonel Parker is a remarkable character and a man of ability. He is a grandson of R.G. Parker, a Massachusetts man, who went to the islands in 1820. In the cabinet of the late King Kalakaua and former Queen Liliuokalani he was a power. He stood loyally by his Queen when the revolution deprived her of her island kingdom. Annexation to the United States was bitterly fought by him, but later on he cheerfully accepted the new condition of affairs. Today he is the Republican National Committeeman from Hawaii.
    A few weeks ago, while in Washington, Colonel Parker was urging upon President Roosevelt the necessity of certain Congressional action for Hawaii.
    “You have an idea that Hawaii is a pretty big territory.” remarked the President.
    “Well, I own 1,000,000 acres there myself, and there are others” rejoined Parker.
    He is generous to a fault and there have been frequent occasions when he has literally thrown away money among the natives who have surrounded him asking for favors. It is a part of the history of Honolulu that when in the mood Parker would invite half the town to dine with him. The titled and the wealthy of all lands who have visited the islands know Parker and have partaken of his hospitality. Few men have bet more money at poker on small hands than has Colonel “Sam”.
    He is a magnificent specimen of manhood, and would attract attention anywhere.
    Mrs. Parker was the widow of James K. Campbell, who died over a year ago, leaving an estate in excess of $4,000,000. Over $1,000,000 of property in San Jose, including the St. James hotel, belongs to the estate. Campbell left his widow one-third of his property. She holds the other two-thirds in trust for her children.
    Campbell was a shrewd Scotchman, who arrived in Honolulu in 1849 or 1850. He was a ship’s carpenter and was so enamored of Hawaii on first landing there that he refused to accompany his vessel when it sailed away. He made a study of the culture of sugar cane, and with the aid of King Kalakaua’s predecessor did much to lay the foundation of the island’s present great sugar industry.
    He married into a native family and took —- (blurred text) his children and surrounding his family with all the best money could buy. The eldest daughter, who is soon to marry Prince David, is a strikingly handsome young woman and a clever linguist.
    Mr. Campbell figured in a sensational affair in this city about five years ago. He was kidnaped and held a prisoner in a vacant house in the Richmond district for about 48hours. Winthrop, the man who committed this crime, was sent to San Quentin for life.
    Mr. and Mrs. Parker will go East on a honeymoon trip. [The Hawaiian Gazette. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]), January 14, 1902 – Sub. by K.T.]

    PERRY – ARMSTRONG
    Miss Mary Georgia Armstrong and Herbert D.L. Perry were married today by David Cary Peters, pastor of the Christian church. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., October 03, 1916; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    PERRY – DOS ANJOS
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, Sept. 24th, at the Roman Catholic Cathedral, by the Rt. Rev. Louis Maigret, Bishop of Arathea, Mr. J. Perry to Miss Anna dos Anjos, both of Honolulu. [No cards.] [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Saturday, 1 Nov. 1865; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    PETERSON – MELIKA
    MARRIED.
    In this city, April 8th, by the Rev. S. C. Damon, Mr. Peterson, (keeper of the Telegraph Station) of Honolulu, to Melika, of Ewa. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Tuesday, 1 May 1879; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    PICO – JARRETT
    MARRIED.
    At the Roman Catholic church, in this city, on Thursday evening, December 22d, by His Lordship Bishop Maigret, Joseph Pico to Kate Jarrett, daughter of Mr. William Jarrett. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Tuesday, 1 Jan. 1871; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    POOR – BADGER
    In San Franscisco, Dec. 31st, Charles A. Poor, Esq. of Honolulu, and Miss Frances A. Badger, of San Francisco. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) February 1, 1855; transcribed by Melody Beery]

    POST -DENNIS
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, Washington Place, December 15, by the Rev. S. C. Damon, G. B. Post, Esq., to Miss Hannah Dennis, both of Honolulu. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Saturday, 2 Jan. 1860; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    POWERS – FRANCIS
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, on Wednesday evening, May 11th, by Rev. H. H. Parker, Capt. Aaron P. Powers, of this city, to Miss Mary Francis, of Makawao, Maui. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Wednesday, 1 June 1870; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    PUEYK – FERRIERA
    Joe Pueyk, a Galician teamster for Hanamaulu plantation and Miss Ferriera, Portuguese, of Hanamaulu, were married in Kapaia Catholic church Saturday morning. The happy bride is a daughter of Antone George Ferreira, stonemason. [Source: The Garden Island., November 03, 1914; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    REED – KALEIKINI
    Clayborn E.L. Reed and Miss Mary Kaleikini were married by Rev. Father H. Valentin of the Catholic Mission on Thursday, the witness being S. C. Sterritt and Rev. Father Gerard. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., July 28, 1917; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    RICHEY – KORNBAUM
    L. Hamilton Richey and Miss Kornbaum were married at the home of (paper folded and can’t read). Wednesday evening. Rev. A.E. Cory officiating. [Source: The Honolulu republican., July 26, 1901; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    RISELY – DONOHOE
    Married – In this city on Tuesday evening, May 2nd, at the Catholic Church, by the Rev. Father Hermann, Mr. George Risely, of Honolulu, to Mrs. Margaret Donohoe, widow of the late James Donohoe, of Sydney, N.S.W., and fourth daughter of the late Joseph Jennings, of Galway, Ireland. [“The Friend” Newspaper, 2 June 1871 – Submitted by Barbara Ziegenmeyer]

    RODANET – JESUS
    MARRIED.
    At the Roman Catholic Church, on Wednesday, March 16th, by Rev. Father Modeste, J. Alfred Rodanet to Miss Reine Jesus, both of Honolulu. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Thursday, 1 Apr. 1870; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    ROLAND – NAKAPUAHI
    Miss Carrie Nakapuahi and Theophilus M. Roland were married on January 1st, by Rev. D.L. Desha. Miss Nakapuahi received her education at the Kawaiahao seminary in Honolulu. [Source: The Hawaiian star., January 07, 1898; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    ROLLES – PLUNKETT
    In Honolulu, Oct.24, at the Catholic Church, by the Right Rev Bishop
    Maigret, Mr. Edward Rolles, a native of Hamburg, to Miss Mary
    Plunkett, a native of Ireland. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Volume 8 Issue 11 Page 87,86, Monday, November 8, 1858 – Transcribed by AFOFG]

    ROSS – DOWSETT
    PALO ALTO, Cal., May 2. – Norman Ross, world champion swimmer, and Miss Beatrice Pualkalani Dowsett formerly of Honolulu, were married here today. After a honeymoon at Delmonte and Portland they will make their home in Chicago. [Source: Tulsa World (Okla.) 3 May 1921; transcribed by Marla Zwakman]

    ROSE – RUMBEL
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, February 9th, by Rev. S. C. Damon, Morritz A. Rose, of Kaneohe, Oahu, to Rosina Rumbel, of Honolulu. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Monday, 1 Mar. 1880; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    ROWELL – FRAZIER
    George C. Rowell and Miss Henrietta Frazier, both well known and popular young people of this city, were married last evening. Rev. G.L. Pearson performed the ceremony. Miss Chamberlain was bridesmaid and A.G. Stoddard officiated as best man. [Source: The Hawaiian star., June 16, 1899; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    Geo. C. Rowell and Miss Henrrietta Frazier were married last evening at the residence of Mrs. J.F. Melamphy. The contracting parties belong to this city where they have numerous friends. [Source: The Independent., June 16, 1899; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    SANG – MONAHGAN
    Tom Kam Sang and Mrs. Sadie K. Monahgan were married on Thursday, the ceremony being performed by Rev. Robert Ahuna of the Hoomana Naauao church. The witnesses were J. W. Keiki and Mrs. Kaliko Keiki. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., July 28, 1917; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    SANTOS – BARBOSA
    Miss Mary Encarnacao Barbosa and Antonio Santos were united in marriage in the Catholic Cathedral Saturday by Rev. Fr. Philip Blom. Witnesses were Miss Mary Barbosa and Joseph Santos. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., September 12, 1916; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    SCHORE – MAKENU
    In Honolulu, by Rev. S.C. Damon, January 6th, Mr. William Howard, to Mrs. Margaret Rogers; January 13th, Mr. Carl G. Schore, to Makeanu; and January 23rd, Mr. William Jackson to Ha Kele. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) February 1, 1855; transcribed by Melody Beery]

    SCOTT – MALUPO
    MARRIED.
    In this City, Nov. 10th, by the Rev. M. Kuaea, Mr. John Scott of the Honolulu Ice Manufactory, to Malupo, a Hawaiian. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Monday, 1 Dec. 1879; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    SELLANDER – SUMMERFIELD
    Married: In Honolulu, July 8, 1899, C.J. Sellander, of Oakland, to Miss Bertha Summerfield, of this city, Rev. Alex. Mackintosh officiating. [The Independent. (Honolulu, H.I.), July 10, 1899 – Sub. by K.T.]

    SHELDON – CUMMINS
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, on Monday evening May 30, by Rev. H. H. Parker, John G. M. Sheldon, of this city, to Miss Amy Cummins, of Makawao, Maui. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Wednesday, 6 July 1870; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    SHIELDS – MACONACHIE
    Miss Georgina Maconachie and W.C. Shields will be married this evening at the residence of C. Vale Sturtevant on Young street. The bride is a sister of D.B. Maconachie of T.H. Davies & Company. She arrived yesterday from the Coast by the China. The groom is connected with T.H. Davies & Company. Rev. W.M. Kincaid will perform the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Shields will reside on Alapai and Kinau streets. [Source: The Hawaiian star., June 16, 1899; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    SHIPMAN – JOHNSON
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, April 29th, by Rev. S. C. Damon, W. H. Shipman, Esq., of Hilo, Hawaii, to Miss M. E. Johnson, of Honolulu. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Tuesday, 1 May 1879; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    SIEGFRIED – ASTRUP
    Miss Sigrid M. Astrup and Walter H. Siegfried were united in marriage Wednesday by Pastor David Cary Peters. Siegfried is a mainland businessman who has been for some time in the Orient. The bride came recently from the mainland to meet him here. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., September 08, 1916; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    SINCLAIR – PERRY
    Dr. A.N. Sinclair and Miss ___ M. Perry were married at midnight on New Year’s eve at the residence of the bride’s mother. [Source: The Independent., January 02, 1900; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    SMITH – FRANCIS
    Miss Viola Francis and James Smith were married Monday by Rev. Fr. Rodrigue Frans. Witnesses were V. Claesen and Peter Miranda. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., September 12, 1916; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    SMITH – HOBRON
    Miss Martha W. Hobron and Francis Henry Smith were married Monday night by Rev. Leopold Kroll. Following a reception Mr. and Mrs. Smith left for Hauula, where they will spend their honeymoon. The groom is with H. Hackfeld & Co., and is a son of Henry Smith, clerk of the first circuit court. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., October 03, 1916; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    STRUGES – WHITECHURCH
    January 29, by Rev. S. C. Damon, Dr. G. A. Struges, of New York, to Miss Annie Whitechurch of London. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) February 1, 1855; transcribed by Melody Beery]

    TAN KEAT – PAUHU
    January 20, by the Rev. S. C. Damon, Tan Keat was married to Pauhu. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Volume 18 Issue2 Page 16, February 1, 1867 – Transcribed by AFOFG]

    TAYLOR – CROCKETT
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, Sabbath Evening, Oct. 25, by Rev. S. C. Damon, David Taylor, 1st officer of ship Harvest, to Rebecca Crockett, of Maui. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Monday, 2 Nov. 1863; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    TAYLOR – MOORE
    J. Lawton Taylor, of New Mexico, and Miss Louise Moore, of 64 School street, were married at the residence of the bride’s parents last evening. Rev. William M. Kincaid officiated. [Source: The Hawaiian star., January 31, 1901; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    J. Lawton Taylor and Miss Louise Moore were married at the residence of the bride on School street Wednesday evening, the Rev. W.M. Kincaid officiating. [Source: The Honolulu republican., February 01, 1901; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    THOMAS – SILVA
    Miss Silva of Waipahu and Manuel Thomas were married Tuesday night at the Catholic cathedral by Rev. Fr. Patrick St. Leger. Miss Virginia Silva and Manuel Ornelias attended the couple. Miss Mary Medora Pearson, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. George Leslie Pearson of Oakland, Cal., and Attorney Ferdinand John Henry Schnack of Honolulu were married in Oakland August 26. They will be at home after September 25 at 1210 Kalihi street. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., September 06, 1916; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    THRUM – COLBURN
    Vida Thrum and Miss Martha Colburn were married at Wyoming OH, on July 25. They will return to Honolulu in September. [Source: The Hawaiian star., August 11, 1899; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    THRUM – GRANEY
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, on Saturday evening, March 5th, by Rev. R. B. Snowden, John F. Thrum to Miss Mary Graney, both of this city. No cards. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Thursday, 1 Apr. 1870; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    TREADWAY – MORSE
    MARRIED.
    In this city, March 25th, by the Rev. S. G. Dwight, Mr. Henry G. Treadway to Miss Ellen Morse, both of Honolulu. No cards. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Tuesday, 1 May 1879; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    TSEU – CHAR
    Miss Helen C. Char and Yuk Yin Tseu were married Saturday, June 24 (1922) in Honolulu by Rev. Yuen To Pui, pastor of the Fort street Chinese Christian church. Miss Gertrude Chang and Dr. Fred F. Lam were the witnesses to the wedding. [Source: The Garden Island., July 04, 1922; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    WALKER – MCINTYRE
    MARRIED.
    On the evening of March 30, at the Fort Street Church, by the Rev. Eli Corwin, Mr. John S. Walker, of the firm of Walker, Allen & Co., to Miss Jeanie McIntyre, daughter of H. McIntyre, Esq., of this city. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Monday, 2 Apr. 1866; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    WARRINGTON – GILMAN
    Miss Mary K. Gilman and James D. Warrington were married Tuesday by Rev. H.H. Parker. Susan and Joseph Kaahea were witnesses. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., December 07, 1916; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    WATERHOUSE – BURWELL
    George Waterhouse and Miss Bessie Burwell were married at Seattle on July 17.[Source: The Independent., August 01, 1901; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    WEST – CAMERON
    HONOLULU, Aug 22.–Claire Cameron and W.J. West of the Von Ham Young Co, were married last evening. [Source: The Maui news., August 26, 1911; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    WHITNEY – KELLEY
    In Honolulu on the 22d inst. By the Rev. Father Hermann, Mr. B.D. Whitney to Mrs. Sara Kelley. No cards.

    San Francisco and Portland (Maine) papers please copy. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) December 1, 1868; transcribed by Melody Beery]

    WHLELM – SHLUTTER
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, June 16, by Rev. S. C. Damon, Mr. G. Whlelm to Miss Johanna Shlutter. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Thursday, 25 June 1857; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    WILCOX – WILBURTON
    At 8 o’clock last Saturday evening Robert K. Wilcox and Miss Helen K. Wilburton were married at the Catholic cathedral, Rev. Father Victorinus Claessen performing the ceremony. The witnesses were E.K. Blart and Lillian K. Blart. The bridegroom is the son of Princess Theresa Wilcox-Belliveau. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., April 18, 1916; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    WILLIS – MOSSMAN
    Chris J. Willis the well known baseball player, and Miss Emma Mossman were married at St. Andrew’s cathedral last evening, Rev. V.H. Kitcat officiating. [Source: The Hawaiian star., August 11, 1899; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    WONG – SEYU
    In Honolulu, April 15, 1916, Chow Wong and Miss Marion Seyu, Rev. Father H. Valentin, pastor of the Catholic Church of St. Augustine-by-the-Sea, Waikiki, officiating; witnesses–Chong Chee and Amy Wo. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., April 18, 1916; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

    WOOD – MOSSMAN
    MARRIED.
    In Honolulu, December 15th, by the Rev. S. C. Damon, Capt. Edmund Wood, late master of bark Faith, to Mary A. Mossman, both of Honolulu. [Source: Friend (Honolulu, HI) Saturday, 1 Jan. 1859; transcribed by FoFG mz]

    WOODS – HAYNES
    In the presence of the parents of the young couple and a limited number of intimate friends, George W. Woods of Fort Shafter adn Mrs. Alice Haynes were married Wednesday by Rev. Samuel Kaumakapili, assistant pastor of Kaumakapili church. The witnesses were S.P. Bowman and Madeline Marynebioille. [Source: Honolulu star-bulletin., August 17, 1917; Transcribed by a FoFG (nw)]

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