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Agnes Boyd Judd received her commission from the President General of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution on February 11, 1897. The first chapter meeting was held at her home on March 5, 1897, the founding date of the chapter.
Mrs. Judd was born in Watertown, New York, and was married to Albert Francis Judd, a son of Dr. Gerrit Judd, who had come to Hawaii one hundred years before as a medical missionary. Their marriage took place in Geneva, New York, and Albert took his bride to Hawaii. He was Justice of the Hawaii Supreme Court from 1874-1900. The Judds had seven sons and two daughters. One son, Lawrence, became governor of the territory in the 1930s.
Aloha means friendship and goodwill and was felt to be symbolic of the relations between the United States and Hawaii.
Meeting Dates We welcome new members and guests at our meetings. We normally meet the fourth Saturday of each month, September - May, with some exceptions: Sept. 22; Oct. 27; Nov. 17; Dec. 8; Jan. 26; Feb. 23; Mar. 2; April 27; May 25.