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KAAIHUE OHANA

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Re: KAAIHUE OHANA

Posted: 11 Oct 2011 9:50AM GMT
Classification: Query
Just before my Grandmother Josephine Theresa Long/Kaaihue passed away. She told me what had happened to her as a little girl growing up on Maui. Apparently my Tutu meet a man and had my Grandma. But this man came from a well-to-do family or he was married already. When my Grandma started school she carried the name Long. And because she didn't look like one of them, my Tutu was told to change her name. So she carried the name Kaaihue. My late Grand-Uncle and his children carry Kaaihue and still live on Maui. Their line is the only ones from my family that hood the last name Kaaihue. My oldest daughter who is 16 yrs old carries the Kaaihue as her middle name. My Mom wanted our family name to live on. So I can see how names change along the way, due to family fueds, misspelled, or even cause the white man can't pronounce the name correctly. But I will find a link to connect me to ancestors.
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Joslyne Ball 11 Oct 2011 3:50PM GMT 
KMoiha 12 Oct 2011 8:28AM GMT 
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