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The Chinese Cemetery At Kaupakuea, Pepe'ekeo,
South Hilo, Adjacent To Keawaiki Landing
And Makea Stream, Hawai'i Island

Submitted by Ed Johnston
aliapoint@gmail.com
NOTE: I have been documenting an old Chinese (circa 1920's/1930's) cemetery here on the east coast of Hawai'i Island. I have taken photos and had each headstone interpreted to English. Also had the area registered with the State of Hawai'i. Ed Johnston aliapoint@gmail.com
File Description Size Date Submitter
A Short History Of The Chinese Cemetery At Kaupakuea, Pepe'ekeo, South Hilo, Adjacent To Keawaiki Landing And Makea Stream, Hawai'i Island 5K Mar 2012 Edward Johnston
Map Of Chinese Cemetery Image 50K Mar 2012 Edward Johnston
1) Tomb of Mr. Hui Yau (male) Image 46K Mar 2012 Edward Johnston
2) Yui Joh (male) Image 22K Mar 2012 Edward Johnston
3) Lau Jo (male) Image 21K Mar 2012 Edward Johnston
4) Chan *no word on computer* Image 30K Mar 2012 Edward Johnston
5) Cheng Tin Fu (male) Image 22K Mar 2012 Edward Johnston
6) Wu Fuk Tung (male) Image 16K Mar 2012 Edward Johnston
7) Zhong Fong (male) Image 24K Mar 2012 Edward Johnston
8) Tam Dil (male) Image 20K Mar 2012 Edward Johnston
9) Tam Yung (male) Image 22K Mar 2012 Edward Johnston
10) Wu Fung Ngan (female) Image 15K Mar 2012 Edward Johnston
11) Chow Gwoon San (child) Image 23K Mar 2012 Edward Johnston
12) Cheng Chun Jo (male) Image 23K Mar 2012 Edward Johnston

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