Aloha LG. . .
I entered a memorial for my great-grandmother this morning and used "Haile Kulamananu" for the cemetery. I'm wondering however, if it should be "Haili Kulamanu' instead. What do you think? Different cemeteries or misspelling? Your input is appreciated.
Added by MrsG on Nov 02, 2013 8:44 PM
|ia52076||RE: Hannah Spalding Soares Memorial|
You're welcome, glad to have given you a nice suprise today. I went there in 2012 to photograph a request and noticed that most of the cemetery hadn't been photographed. Since, it's a little cemetery I photographed all tombstones over a months time.
Added by ia52076 on Jun 02, 2013 3:52 PM
|Coco Needham||Cecilia Andrade Reis|
I have a photo of her headstone on my FB that can be added to your files. PM me on FB.
Mahalo for documenting the gravesite. Exactly where did you get the info for Kati Nawahineelua at Kawaihao Cemetary? There is no headstone for her.
I would appreciate the information on how to find the documentation.
|Kathy Jones||Hadley Boynton|
I'm sorry, but I don't know you. Please write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Have a million questions.
|John Andrew Meyer||RE: Much Mahalo|
Thank you. I live about 3 miles from St Josephs Catholic Cemetery. I plan on taking photo's of all of the headstones there.
|Steve Bear||RE: Happy Father's Day!!|
Thanks so much! I have been dieting this week in preparation for the family dinner tonight and I believe that I'm ready! I have claimed your Papa and Grandpa in Makiki Cemetery, so I will be visiting Makiki this week in search of. Hopefully, all will go well and the weather is nice so that I can find them and get some really good pictures. Aloha!
|John Andrew Meyer||Haole|
What about the other Haole's at St Josephs Cemetery?
Would you like them as well?
|Steve Bear||RE: Iwalani Kapuiwaia Kupihea - St. John's|
You are very welcome. Aloha!