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Russell808 (#47122332)
 member for 7 years, 3 months, 1 day
Kuliouou Cemetery
Hello Russell

Have you ever heard of a Kuliouou Hawaiian Cemetery in Kuliouou Valley. No one seems to know where this Cemetery is.

Added by BCA3 on Feb 07, 2014 12:57 PM

Sherry SH
Paul Frazier
Hi Russell
could you please move your photo for Paul Jennings FRAZIER USMC WWII Memorial# 55923290 to ...Paul FRAZIER Jr USN Memorial# 56130719

Thank you!
Sherry SH

Added by Sherry SH on Jan 08, 2014 2:38 PM

Charles Tarnay
YouTube video of King St Catholic Cemetery

I noticed that you uploaded the photos of the King Street Catholic Cemetery. That is why I am emailing you.

I came across a very interesting YouTube video of King Street Catholic Cemetery. It is 27 minutes long and was uploaded by "Mista Bumpy". I tried sending Mista an email but was unsuccessful. I wanted to ask him for permission to link to his video. I think that a link to the video on the Find-A-Grave King Street Catholic Cemetery page would be appreciated by those who are interested in the King Street Catholic Cemetery. When I did a Google search using "Catholic Cemetery, Honolulu. - YouTube" it was the first item on the web addresses returned. I'm not sure if links to YouTube videos require permission or not.

Just passing this info along in case you want to update the King Street Catholic Cemetery page with the link to the YouTube video.

Aloha, Charles Tarnay

Added by Charles Tarnay on Nov 18, 2013 3:29 AM

Debera Garcia
Hi Russell
I had my grandfather as buried at St. Joseph's Cemetery, but on his obituary it says Waipahu Catholic Cemetery is it both the same? Someone sent me a photo of the same picture with the gate out front and told me they saw my grandfather's grave there, but they forgot the lot #. I asked for a photo before, but they said they couldn't find one. His name is "Ricardo Garcia".



Added by Debera Garcia on Oct 15, 2013 10:28 PM

clynn yo
Apology for using your photo
Sorry I used your photo of the saint anns church cemetery. I started to do this as an escape from having to deal with my husbands cancer and didn't realize I was breaking a rule by sharing anothers photo like that. I apologize once again. Mahalo for you understanding.

Added by clynn yo on Jul 14, 2013 2:11 AM

clynn yo
Apology for using your photo
Sorry I used your photo of the saint anns church cemetery. I started to do this as an escape from having to deal with my husbands cancer and didn't realize I was breaking a rule by sharing anothers photo like that. I apologize once again. Mahalo for you understanding.

Added by clynn yo on Jul 14, 2013 2:11 AM

J E Strotman
RE: St Joseph's Catholic Cemetery
Thanks for getting back to me. Im in Calif and this would make the 2nd Local person to tell me this. Id hope it was just a one time thing or time of day, but looks worse. I'll keep working the challenge.


Added by J E Strotman on Apr 30, 2013 10:34 AM

J E Strotman
St Joseph's Catholic Cemetery

Im in the process of posting names from when I was last visiting; approx 68 at this time. I am almost 1/2 done and am reaching out to anyone in the area that can take photos of all the ones Im posting.

Feel free to take on this challenge, as you know this cemetery is unkept and possibly locked up now.


Added by J E Strotman on Apr 29, 2013 2:53 PM

RE: Aiea Cemetery
Going on memory from so long ago when I posted the original listings. I did not have a plot map. Just walked around making notes. I did find, later on, a listing of what should have been there before the government bought the land and paved Kam highway through the middle of it. The cemetery originally went down to the water from what I could tell. The graves were supposed to be moved but I could never find where they were moved to. I did at one time find a pile of headstones half buried in the brush but was not able to find any more answers. I sent some letters to the state about the condition of the cemetery at the time, all over grown and people parking there during football games. The letters were never answered and finally the cemetery was cleared and blocked from parking. I was not able to complete the full cemetery before moving away so I'm glad to see it has been added to. I was leaving the stones in Japanese for a friend of mine who was going to help me translate but she moved before we could do that.
thank you,

Added by mslomilomi on Apr 11, 2013 10:02 PM

John Deeter
Thank you for posting a picture of my father's memorial...

Added by John Deeter on Mar 26, 2013 11:03 AM

Kahana Valley cemetery

The two burials at this cemetery are for a brother and sister so maybe you could show that link on the site.

Added by Sunny on Feb 12, 2013 3:14 PM

RE: Pearl City Cemetery
Hi There,
You're right. The correct cemetery is Sunset Memorial in Pearl City. I added her burial under Pearl City Cemetery until I could go back to my records to confirm. Do you have any information about this cemetery? I visited a few years back and was unable to locate Emily's headstone. My understanding is that a road was built over a portion of it and the owners didn't maintain records.


Added by CK14 on Dec 20, 2012 4:13 PM

Susanna Webber Lewis
Hi Russell,

You took a very interesting picture at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. I was wondering if I could copy that picture and any other picture/info you have posted on findagrave. I'd like to post them on my ancestry family tree. Would that be okay?

The person who's my relative is Find A Grave Memorial# 72585234, Isabella A Sirianni.

I do understand about the copyright permission and respect that. I will, of course, name you as the photographer. You have spent a lot of time and money doing this service for others. I appreciate it. I always ask copyright permission on findagrave and it takes a lot of organization to keep track of those I've asked. I consider the relatives on my family tree very special and the more I can find out about their lives, the better.

Thanks a lot and have a great day!!


Added by Susanna Webber Lewis on Dec 02, 2012 7:03 PM

Loch View Cemetery
Some more photos of the Cemetery

Gives a little of the history. Both are the same cemetery.

It should be noted that it is not "Lock View" but "Loch View", I have the 1913 Death Certificate of Henry Watson and it is spelled "Loch View Cemetery" both A and B are spelled wrong. Also check Antone Silva in Lock View B #54601399 as the same as A #5407623

For your info.

ps I don't know if Henry Silva was reburied somewhere else or not. I have not been able to determine that so far.

Added by BCA3 on Nov 05, 2012 9:35 PM

Lock View Cemetery A and B
These two cemeteries are the same. I created a memorial for Henry Watson sometime ago in Lock view A but did not create the Cemetery, I believe that Charles Ano did so. He also has Silva Family buried there but there is no relationship to my Silva Family.

This will take you to Lock View A

I don't know who created both cemeteries but this is to let you know that they are duplicates.

For your information and disposition.

Best Regards

Added by BCA3 on Nov 02, 2012 11:40 PM

Brad and April Jones Denton
Can you tell me which cemetery you took the picture of Bruce David Merritt? National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific OR Honolulu Memorial? There is a find a grave memorial listed under both and I am now the "owner" of them both and want to delete the incorrect memorial. The picture you posted (showing it to be in the ground) is under the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, and I want to make sure that is where he is. Please help me to figure out which cemetery he is in! Thank you for all your help!

Added by Brad and April Jones Dent... on Jun 20, 2012 2:12 PM

2Lt. Herbert D. Scramuzza
I can't thank you enough for this photo!! I came across it while researching my family at the Mocavo site.
'Nicky' was my mother's favorite cousin and she talked about him all her life. I knew his name was on a memorial in Honolulu, but this is the first time I've actually got to see it.
I am glad to know that he---along with so many others of his generation--- will be recognized and remembered for his bravery and sacrifice. I know my mother would be VERY happy as well. Many thanks again!!

Added by tml on Jun 15, 2012 3:42 PM

B Dearborn
Thank you so much for the lovely photo. It looks very well kept and you must have had a good day to get such a clear photo. We appreciate it very much.

Added by B Dearborn on Jun 09, 2012 11:22 PM

Teri Igleheart
Frances Dias, King Street Catholic Cemetery
You have a lovely photo of her marker. May I have your permission to copy it to my public tree at

Added by Teri Igleheart on Apr 14, 2012 7:55 PM

Connie Lagasse Russell
Anastacio Bacorro
I found it kind of erie that I uploaded a picture to one of your memorials for the above mentioned individual in Hawaii...and your name is Russell and so is my last name...strange..just thought I'd share that with you..thanks for your contributions to Find A Grave

Added by Connie Lagasse Russell on Mar 24, 2012 1:17 PM

Hubert Alexander Arnold
Dear Sir ,
Thank you so much for the photo of my Great Uncle @ the
Tablets of The Missing At Honolulu Memorial

World War II
Corporal US.Marine Corps
Service Id 427845
Killed in Action

I know he was buried at sea so there is no Grave only the Memorial that has his name, had it not been for you & your kindness I never would have got to see it . Thank you from my heart for your kindness .

Janice Anne Scribner

Added by JANICE SCRIBNER on Feb 08, 2012 10:52 AM

Iris T. Mudgett
RE: Kanakanui headstone TFR Cemetery
Thanks for the update and all the history that you contribute. I don't recall hearing about the house in the bay.
Unfortunately, my classmate William Isaac Kanakanui IV, their relative, died in 2006, so I am unable to talk to him about it. I guess those were different children my mother talked about, because she did say they were not found. I had hoped they had been found. Aloha...

Added by Iris T. Mudgett on Dec 11, 2011 2:00 PM

Iris T. Mudgett
Kanakanui headstone TFR Cemetery
Your photo of the KANAKANUI headstone in the TFR Cemetery, triggered a very sad story my mother, from Laie, once told me as a little girl.

The April 1, 1946 tidal wave was thought of as an April Fool's joke, and no one took to high ground until the waves started coming in.

Her girlfriend from Kahana, had two infant boys under her arms running towards the mountains to get away from the rising water. In the midst of the chaos, a large tree stump came floating by and knocked her down releasing the babies from her grip. I was told they were never recovered, but I believe William Isaac III, and Samuel Puahaaheo were these children. I was born the following month.
Your photo made it so real for me, to see their headstone, after all these years. Thanks for all your efforts. Aloha....

Added by Iris T. Mudgett on Nov 20, 2011 1:03 AM

Marnie Weeks
RE: Howzit?
Thanks for telling me about Billion Graves. I've been transcribing to get my feet wet ... now have done 456. Kinda addicting. Notice you've done about a gadzillion! Meanwhile, I downloaded iPhone app and tried taking pictures ... now I understand better the odd angles, bad lighting, focus, etc. I've been seeing. It's not easy with an iPhone. Still do NOT understand a plant covering the death date, grass grown over the last name, vital info cropped and other idiotic stuff. Dust brush and scissors would go a long way to help record history. Think they should do away with auto upload and make folks check their pics. GPS a great idea, but my Maluhia shots showed as Kaahumanu Society, so I didn't upload them. Sent email to site, hope to correct. Assuming you put the first buttons on those three adjacent cemeteries, and they are in the correct place. Something wrong with their parameters. Sent them a link to a plat map I found of the area (and added labels.) Thought you might like it, too. It's up on Mediafire at:
Happy graving,

Added by Marnie Weeks on Sep 17, 2011 11:45 PM

RoxAnne Sweany
Charles Edward Sweany
Hello...I just noticed that you posted a photo for this memorial. Thank you so much. I was getting ready to request a photo and it was already there! Thanks for your effort.

RoxAnne Sweany

Added by RoxAnne Sweany on Sep 10, 2011 11:57 AM


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