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Charles Kalaeloa

Charles Kalaeloa Private, Army Born on: Died on 7/11/1918 in Honolulu, Hawai‘i Cause of Death: Other Information: Listed on the plaque outside the War Memorial Natatorium for giving his life in the Great War. Advertisements

Paulo Kaiewe

Paulo Kaiewe Unknown Rank, Army Paulo Kaiewe, from Hana, Maui, was born in 1886 to Holani and Henele Kaiewe. He had a brother, Kahaelio, and a sister Luisa Kaiewe Umarner. Paulo was a mail carrier prior to the war. Born in: 1886 in Hana, Maui, Hawaii Date and place of death not known at this time Cause of […]

Edward N. Kahokuoluna

Edward N. Kahokuoluna Private, Army Born on: Died on 7/19/1918 in Honolulu Hawai‘i Cause of Death: Other Information: Listed on the plaque outside the War Memorial Natatorium for giving his life in the Great War.

Kuulei John Kaea

Kuulei John Kaea  Private, Army Born on: Died on 3/16/1919 in Honolulu, Hawai‘i Cause of Death: Other Information: Listed on the plaque outside the War Memorial Natatorium for giving his life in the Great War.

Ralph J. Kauhane

Ralph J. Kauhane Yeoman, Navy Died on 3/4/1919 at Pearl Harbor Hawai‘i Cause of Death: Other Information: Listed on the plaque outside the War Memorial Natatorium for giving his life in the Great War. From Lahaina Served on board the  U.S.S. Monterey

Sergeant Apau En Pau Kau and Sergeant George Bung Quon Tom

Sergeant Apau En Pau Kau (Gao Enbao ) and Sergeant George Bung Quon Tom (Tan Bingan) were two “doughboys” from Hawaii of Chinese descent. Kau joined the army on April 6, 1917, and died on the front lines in Argonne, France, six days before the war ended on November 11, 1918—Armistice Day, now Veteran’s Day. Tom was with the […]

Sam Kainoa

  Sam Kainoa was born August 9, 1891 on Maui and worked for the City and County of Honolulu when he enlisted in the U.S. Army.  He died on July 14, 1918.