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Aloha! I got back to Oʻahu Cemetery today and found the graves of Mary Coney Manunui and William Peter Manunui. They are not together but are in the same section of the cemetery. I posted a page for both of them and will transfer management to you. There are no Coneyʻs or Manunuiʻs near David & Maria Hoapili, but the plot that Mary Coney Manunui is buried in is owned by Mary (Maria) Hoapili. Also, I do have copies of the plot info from the cemetery office and would be happy to send them to you. You can email me your snail mail address if you wish.
|Lynda Puakea||RE: Mary Hoapili|
I posted a page for David and just transferred management of it to you. Iʻm off island right now, but will try to go back another day to check for those other names. If I find anything will take pix and post. Happy New Year!
|Lynda Puakea||Mary Hoapili|
Went to O'ahu Cemetery today.... they have listed a Maria K Hoapili, wife of David K Hoapili Sr... she was interred 8/10/1938. Is this the person you are looking for? I will go back to look for the grave... it was pouring rain today and difficult to look around without getting soaked to the skin. There is also a lot owned by Mary Hoapili and I will check that out, too. Please let me know if Maria is the person you are looking.
|EvaLynn Holt||Neil Forsyth headstone photo|
Thank you for being so quick and so willing. The photo is great. Thanks so much!!
|Douglas Robinson||Centwer Eaton Cemetery|
Thank you for you hard work with Findagrave. Next time you are near the Center Eaton Cemetery in Charlotte, would you please see if there is a Robinson family section. My cousin's from Bennington, Vermont, Samuel Robinson (1774-1854) and his son, Rev Henry Robinson (1809-91) helped found Vermontville and later Charlotte. Henry founded and helped build the M. E. Church of Charlotte in 1857 by mortgaging his home. I would be very greatful if you could locate the family graves.