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I got back on your comment, yes some times my phone acts up on me so, it is best we contact each other on here , I f i do come up with any info i will let you know . well hope you come up with the answers soon god bless you tina
hanakahi married a kaamoku family i come from hanakahi family john ikahaupuu married a kapeka john lono kepano family is lono family i am violet ah-lunn hanakahi daughter the dad is hannah kane kawelo is my great grandpa who is a lambert . ON HANNAH KANE SIDE SHE IS GRANPA HANAKAHI JR LILIAN IS MY GRANDFATHERS FAMILY THANK YOU SCRIBINER YOU ARE A GOOD PERSON.
thanks for replyin you want a copy of your family this is what you are asking for so you want a copy ofwhat when i go the next to the archives give me the info and i can mail to you your info for you give me the ight ingfo so i can pick it up for you.
ALOHA Kaua, e Stephen, You may try looking in the Hawaii newspapers at the Liberary for Birth Anouncments at around the time you were born. But remember that if you born out of wed lock, that may make it harder to track down information. The Best of Luck in your search for your Ohana.
Malama pono, o Pomai