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Hello! I am the Hawaii County coordinator for The HIGenWeb Project. My name is Trish Elliott-Kashima and I am bringing new information to our website frequently.    My husband's paternal ancestors lived on the Big Island for a few generations. His maternal family lived on Maui.  He still has family scattered across the Islands.  I did live for three years on Oahu as a child - my Dad was a Marine. We were there when Hawaii became a State in 1959, we were on the Big Island during the eruption of Kilauea Iki in 1959.

 

 All comments, suggestions and submissions are very welcome.  Please share photos and family trees and anything else to do with Hawaii County.   Email me here.

 

 If there is anything you have donated here in the past that is no longer found here, please resend it and I will happily post it again. 

 

I anticipate that the site will be re-indexed every Monday.  If you see that I have uploaded new information before Monday about noon,  try using "control f" as a search tool for the page you are interested in, on that specific page.

 

**This page is under construction** Please bear with me and check back often.

 

 

Resources Available on this Website

 

Cemeteries Census  
  Hawaii Tribune Herald History
Mail Lists Museums Naha Stone
Research  
  Surnames & Queries before 2007 Volunteers

 

Links

 

Obituary Search Engine Roots-L United States Resources for Hawaii

Social Security Death Index for Hawaii County

USGenWeb Archives for Hawaii USGenWeb Archives for any State USGenWeb Special Projects

 

Message Boards - Mailing Lists

 

Hawaii County RootsWeb Mailing List  Subscribe/Unsubscribe/Browse or Search Archived Posts

RootsWeb Message Board for HI County

Genforum Message Board State of HI

  

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Neighboring county sites that may help

in your research:

 

Honolulu County

Kalawao County

Kauai County

Maui County

 

 

Our State Coordinator is Maggie Stewart

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Many thanks to previous Coordinator Jeannette Harper and Daryl John Lytton for their hard work.


This page was last updated on -02/01/2015