|Death: ||May 9, 1906|
Former Hudsons Bay Co employee at Fort Nisqually; one of many Hawaiians employed throughout the Northwest by the HBC. He spent his later years making a living as a wood cutter on Johnsons Point in north Thurston County, supplying steam ships. His wife, "Katie" was Native American.
Source: Olympia Daily Recorder, 9 May 1906; Morning Olympian, 24 May 1907.
Note: Marker lost.
Forest Memorial Gardens
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Record added: Aug 17, 2011
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