Thursday, July 11, 2013

HCGS 13 July 2013 Honolulu Genealogical Resources

The program for the Honolulu County Genealogical Society meeting of Saturday July 13th, 2013, included the Immigrant to Hawaii in 1892 - Hiram Moore.  The path of a New York family was discussed and how to dig through Honolulu records to find the roots he (and others) planted in Hawaii.  Interesting Hawaii church, business and royalty connections were discovered. 

 How to do some routine and some unusual genealogical searches in Honolulu was described. This wonderful power point presentation was given by member,  Harriet Hoffman.

Harriet showing how to access www.Ulukau.org a great website for
searching people who lived in Hawaii

Ad for H.M. Moore in city director and old Honolulu map
Thanks to Linda DuBee and Donna Wendt for the refreshments.   
 News and hints from the genealogy world were given.   
We had time for Stan Jones and Kathy Hudson to briefly discuss their favorite  discovery/great website/ genealogy question / favorite ancestor/ question / or other genealogy related topic. 
Some of the members getting ready for the meeting


Linda DuBee serving Hawaii Pineapple Cake and Harriet Hoffman enjoying it before her presentation


   Next meting will be August 10th, 2013 at the same place and same time.

   Note is made for a program on genealogy on the Big Island:
            In Search of Our Ancestor’s
           
Hilo, Hawaii
            July 27, 2013
            Phone: 
808-935-0711
            LDS Family History Center, on Kilauea Ave, next to 7-11

 Don't forget that the new eight episode season of "Who Do You Think You Are" starts on Tuesday July 23rd, 2013 on The Learning Channel "TCL" which is  on channels 71, 331, and 132 in Honolulu. I think at 8pm.

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