Deland FL.


August 15



'O wai kou inoa? What's your name?

Michael Alika Simon Jr.

No hea mai 'oe? Where are you from?

First generation born off the islands, Hayward CA.

ʻO wai ke ahupuaʻa āu e noho nei? Where do you live?

Deland FL.

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  • aloha mai e Michael. Thanks for the add, I forgot to tell you that when you req. to add me.
  • Aloha kaua e Simon, Just read the message about your wife. I am so sorry for the passing of your wife, mother of your precious children and your dear friend. I send my prayers from Moku o Kakuihewa to you and your ohana.
  • ALOHA Kaua, e Simon, I just read your passing of your Love One.
    It is not the lenght of time that One that have spend on Earth this is important, but the ALOHA that you have shared will all during your life on Earth. Malama Pono to you and your Ohana.
  • We are all trying to get back HOME. Though I must admit, that while it is no Hawaii, the Bay area is not too bad a place to stuck(get plenty-kine displced Kanaka Maoli).
  • Howzit.Im currently living in the San Francisco bay area ( Newark),and I work at Kaiser Hayward/Fremont.My wife is Kaneohe born and raised. We have been in CA. since1995, and we make it home about every other yr. cuz we need toEat ONO food, swim in warm water,see family and friends.Aloha
  • See if you can order online a Hawaiian Dictionary to help translate. I'm workign on one and asked some friends to kokua. Don't give up, just thinking the inoa should be longer.
  • Aloha,

    Go to www.ulukau.org and click on Hawaiian Genealogy indexes. Search married records for last name Makaena or other po'e who married into yours.

    You can also search the Hawaiian newspaper and enter name after clicking on huli. The name you are looking for will be highlighted in yellow.

    I aksed another friend if he recognize name on Moloka'i. I'm wondering if it supppose to be longer - the last name. Seems short.
  • Aloha,

    What part of Maui. I need to go back and may have seen in land transaction many years back. If you have other names you are related to, let me know.
  • What is your family inoa on the Hawaiian side and where from?
  • ALOHA Kaua, e Alika, The Honor is all mine to have you as my Friend. Your mana'o to me meant so much. Mahalo Nui. Hawaii belongs to our people and they know it. Long Live The Hawaiian Kingdom.
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