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Hawaiian Missionaries to Maui (Genealogical Query by JRD).

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1) Wailuku Missionaries on Maui, HI 1832-1900

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Hawaiian Missionaries to Maui 1832-1900

This page is in support of my the query and study on the Hawaiian Missionaries to Wailuku, Maui. To understand the missionaries to Wailuku we need to see the bigger picture for the rest of the island as shown below.
Hawaiian Missionaries to Wailuku & Wailuku Union Church . . . Hawaiian Missionaries (complete list)

ABCFM Missionaries to Maui

From the Missionary Album, 1969, Hawaiian Mission Children's Society:

                    1820'2      30's      40's      50's      60's      70's	
                   0123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890
  Lahaina (Est. 1823)  
William Richards      3
Charles S. Stewart    3-5
Betsey Stockton       3-5                assist Stewart
Lorrin Andrews             8--1
Maria Patton               8
Maria Ogden                 9--------8   assist Richards
Jonathan Green               01  
Reuben Tinker                 12
Stephen Shepard               1
Mary Ward                        ?
Ephraim W. Spaulding           2---6? 
Alonzo Chapin                  2345
Dwight Baldwin (Min.& DR.)        5----------------------------------0
Charles McDonald                   7
Cochran Forbes                              5-7
Townsend E. Taylor                                1
Sereno E. Bishop                                    3--------2

                    1820'2      30's      40's      50's      60's      70's	
                   0123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890
  Lahainaluna School (Est. 1831)
Lorrin Andrews                1----------23
Mary Ward                       ?
Ephraim W. Clark                 4--------3 
Edmund H. Rogers - printer        5----0
Sheldon Dibble                   4     0----5?
Lucia G. Smith                    
Horton O. Knapp                      89 
Edward Bailey                         9
John S. Emerson                          2---6
William P. Alexander                      3------------6
Timothy D. Hunt                             5--8
Claudius B. Andrews                            89      6---0     6----1
John F. Pogue  (part time in Wailuku)             1--------------6
Henry H. Parker                                            01
Sereno E. Bishop                                                56----------7 
Anderson O. Forbes                                                    1--4
                                                            
                    1820'2      30's      40's      50's      60's      70's	
                   0123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890
  Lahaina Seamen's Chapel                
Reuben Tinker                 12  
Lorrin Andrews                             45
Soreno E. Bishop                                    3--------2
Cochran Forbes                                7

  Lahaina Missionary Children's School
Lorrin Andrews                           2-   
  
  Hana (Est. 1837)
Daniel T. Conde                      8---------8
Mark Ives                           7-9
William H. Rice                         1--4
Eliphalet W. Whittlesey                    4-67------4  (At Kaupo in 1846/7) 
William O. Baldwin                                    5---9
Sereno E. Bishop                                             2--5

  Haiku
Richard Armstrong                4

                    1820'2      30's      40's      50's      60's      70's	
                   0123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890
  Wailuku (Est.1832)
Jonathan Green                 2---6   0-2 
Reuben Tinker                  2-4
Richard Armstrong                 5----0--3
Lydia Brown                       5----0
Ephraim W. Clark                          3----8
Daniel T. Conde                                8-------6
John F. Pogue (part time from Lahainaluna)        1--------------6
William P. Alexander                                    7-----------9

  Wailuku Female Seminary (Est. 1836)
Jonathan Green                     6---0
Maria Ogden                          8--------------------9
Edward Bailey                          0------8

  East Maui Female Seminary
Claudius B. Andrews                                         1----6    1----6


  Wailuku Theological School
William Patterson Alexander (in 1874 school to Honolulu)      3-     

Selected ABCFM Missionaries officers and schools not on Maui

From the Missionary Album, 1969, Hawaiian Mission Children's Society:

                    1820'2      30's      40's      50's      60's      70's	
                   0123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890

  Honolulu Theological School 
Dwight Baldwin                                                         2----7
Benjamin W. Parker   (associate with Baldwin)

  North Pacific Missionary Institute
Charles McEwen Hyde                                                         7--1901?
John Leadingham (assisting Hyde, and made principal 1898)                     94-99   

       Per The Pilgrims of Hawaii, 1918, by Rev. & Mrs. Orramel Hinckley Gulick
       Leadingham served NPMI until 1905.  Then a 10 year gap in teaching.       
       Another school to teach ministers started about 1915 
       by Rev. Messers Erman and Frank Skudder

  Royal School?
Amos Starr Cooke                      9---------9

  Punahou School
Daniel Dole                             1-------------5 (then to Foreign Ch.,Koloa, Kauai)   
William H. Rice - teacher                  4---------4
Miss Maria M. Smith - teacher            2----------3

  Minister of Public Education  1841-
David Malo - Superintendant of Schools
William Richards                          3---7
Richard Armstrong                              8-----------0

  Kamehameha Schools
Charles M. Hyde (leading role in organizing & developing)              1870's

                    1820'2      30's      40's      50's      60's      70's	
                   0123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890

  Secretary of the Board of the HEA
John F. Pouge                                                        0------7 
Hiram Bingham II                                                            7--0
Anderson O. Forbes                                                            80-88 
Oliver P. Emerson                                                               89-03

  HEA Agent to Maui, Molokai, Lanai
Oliver P. Emerson                                                               1903-05 

  American Seamen's Friend's Society, Honolulu
John Diell                      3

  Bethel Church, Honolulu
John Diell                          7---1
Townsend E. Taylor                                1

  Bethel Union Church, Seamen's Chapel, Honolulu
Samuel C. Damon                          2-------------------------------------84 (42 years)

  Fort Street Church (2nd Foreign Church)
Townsend E. Taylor                                 2-4   


                    1820'2      30's      40's      50's      60's      70's	
                   0123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890

Theological Seminaries (run by the ABCFM Missionaries or the HEA)


From Internet (ABCFM, HEA, HMCS, The Friend, biographies, memoirs):

Lahainaluna Theological Dept 
     1843-1845  Mr. Dibble (Rev. Sheldon Dibble) (data in 1902 Friend))
Wailuku Theological Seminary (maybe School)
     1863-1874  Rev. William P. Alexander
Honolulu Theological School
     1872-1874  Rev. John D. Paris - (data may not be reliable) 
     1873-1877  Rev. Dwight Baldwin, & Rev. Benjamin W. Parker
North Pacific Missionary Institute (rarely NP Theological Inst.)
     1877-1899  Rev. Charles M. Hyde 
     1999-1905  Rev. John Leadingham
     Other teachers:  Rev. H.H. Parker, Rev. O.H. Gulick
Hawaiian Board Bible School
     1910-1917  Rev. John P. Erdman, & Rev. F S. Scudder
     Other consitent teachers:  Rev. H.P. Judd, Rev. N.C. Schenck, 
     Other early teachers:  Rev. A.A. Ebersole, Rev. R.B. Whitaker
     Other later teachers:  Rev. A. Akana, Miss M. Caborn, Miss L. Conover, 
                            Rev. McVey, Rev. J.L. Hopwood
Christian Workers Institute      
     1918-1923  Rev. John P. Erdman
     1919-1920  Rev. John L. Hopwood
     1919 a Theological Seminary or Honolulu Theological Seminary created within CWI
     1920-1922  Rev. Lloyd G. Davis
     Other teachers: Rev. H.P. Judd, Rev. N.C. Schenck, Rev. F S. Scudder, 
                     Rev. A. Akana, Miss L. Conover
     Other later teacher:  Rev. J.W. Countermine
     1927 some students went to a conference in SD

Hawaiian Churches on Maui or near Wailuku, Maui

From the Hawaiian Evangelical Association Annual Minutes( ca.1850-1905)

Wainee,   1897 Pastor Pali, rebuilt in Lahaina  
Wailuku, Kaahumanu 1838 started
          1852,1853 Conde 
          1856
          1857, 1860 Alexander
          1869-1882 Rev.W.P.Kahale d.1891
          1880 Rev.W.P.Kahule
          1883 Rev.D.Nuuhiwa ordained
          1883 Rev.D.Keaweamahi, 1884 sick
          1887 Rev.Z.S.K.Paaluhi resigned
          1890 Rev. P.Keaupuni installed
          1897 Rev.S.Kapu, 1898, 1899 Rev.S.Kapu dismissed 5/3
          1900 need pastor
          1905              
Wailuku, Union 1867 started           
          1883 parsonage completed
Wailuku, Chinese school 1887 Mrs. F.M.Simpson
Wailuku, Chinese  1888 started    
Wailuku, Japanese 1896 started, 1898 Mr. Egami  
          1910 Rev. G. Tanaka left for Riverside, CA 
Waikapu   1856
          1878 Alexander
          1884
Waikapu   1897 Rev.S.Kapu, 1899 pastorless, 1900 need pastor  
Waiehu    1856
Waihee    1856, 1858, 1884  
Honuaula  1857
Kahikinui 1857
Haiku     1878 S.Kamkahiki  
Huelo     1878 S.Kamkahiki  
Keane     1878 S.Kamkahiki  
Kipahulu  1878 D.Puhi       
Kaupo     1878 D.Puhi       
Kaanapli  1884              
Hana      1884               
Honaloula 1897 Rev.S.Kapu
Kahului   1899 pastorless
Kihei     1900 need pastor
Kaupo     1900 need pastor
Makena    1900 need pastor
Kanaio    1900 need pastor
Kula      1900 need pastor
Waialua   1900 need pastor
Pookela   1910 no services  (Makawao-P) 
Paia-Chinese 1910 Mrs. F.M.Simpson
Keokea (Kula) 1910 Rev. Chung How Fo
  
Need more research in the Hawaiian Evangelical Association (HEA) Minutes.

Congregational Year-Books

All the Congregational Churches in Hawaii during this 40 year period:

Listed in 19xx in Congregational Year-Books

Island

Church Town/Name

Founded

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Kauai

Eleele, Union

1916

18

Oahu

Ewa, Pearl City

x

1834

2

4

9

10

14

15

Oahu

Ewa, Japanese

1896

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Oahu

Ewa, Union

1913

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Oahu

Ewa, Filipino

1915

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Maui

Haiku, Hamakuapoko

1875

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Maui

Haiku, Japanese

1935

38

Hawaii

Hakalau

1865

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Molokai

Halawa

1852

2

4

Hawaii

Halawa

1855

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Oahu

Haleiwa. Waialua

x

1837

9

Hawaii

Hamakua, East Honokaa

x

1866

2

4

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

Drop

Hawaii

Hamakua, West Kukuihaele

x

1865

2

4

14

15

Maui

Hana, Wananalua

1837

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Kauai

Hanalei, Waioli

1825

1835

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Kauai

Hanapepe, Hawaiian

1900

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Kauai

Hanapepe, Japanese

1896

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Kauai

Hanapepe, Chinese

1914

15

18

22

Oahu

Hauula, Kahuku

1863

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Hawaii

Hawi, Filipino

1933

34

38

Hawaii

Hilo, Haili

1825

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Hawaii

Hilo, Foreign (1st)

1867

1857

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Hawaii

Hilo, Japanese

1892

1890

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Hawaii

Hilo, Portuguese

1892

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Hawaii

Hilo, Chinese

1901

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Hawaii

Hilo, Filipino

1933

34

38

Hawaii

Honokaa, East Hamakua

x

1866

7

18

22

26

30

34

38

Hawaii

Honokaa, Union

1925

26

30

34

38

Maui

Honokohau

1880

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Oahu

Honolulu, Kawaiahao

1825

1819

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Oahu

Honolulu, Kaumakapili

1838

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Oahu

Honolulu, Kalihi & Moanalua

1867

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Oahu

Honolulu, Fort St., Chinese (1st)

1879

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Oahu

Honolulu, Central Union

1887

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Oahu

Honolulu, Portuguese (Pilgrim)

1892

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Oahu

Honolulu, Nuuanu St., Japanese

1890

1892

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Oahu

Honolulu, Makiki, Japanese (Christian)

1904

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Oahu

Honolulu, Bishop Memorial

1908

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

Oahu

Honolulu, Kalihi Union

1913

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Oahu

Honolulu, Beretania Street

1915

26

30

34

38

Oahu

Honolulu, Ch. Of the Crossroads

1923

26

30

34

38

Oahu

Honolulu, Filipino, United

1928

30

34

38

Oahu

Honolulu, Community Church

1924

38

Oahu

Honolulu, Kakaako, Japanese

1910

14

15

18

22

26

30

Oahu

Honolulu, Palama, Japanese

1913

15

18

Oahu

Honolulu, 2nd, Chinese

1915

15

18

22

Oahu

Honolulu, Keaumoku St.

1934

34

Hawaii

Honomu, Japanese

1894

1884

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Hawaii

Hookena, Pukaana

?

1870

1849

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

Hawaii

Hookena, Kaohe

1887

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Hawaii

Hookena, Milolii

1881

30

34

38

Hawaii

Hoopuloa, Milolii

1926

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

Hawaii

Hoolehua

1926

30

34

38

Maui

Huelo

1853

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Maui

Kaanapali

1880

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Maui

Kahakuloa

1878

1879

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Maui

Kahului Union

1909

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Hawaii

Kailua and Helani

1825

2

4

Oahu

Kailua, 1st (Mokaaekaua)

1827

1825

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Oahu

Kailua, Kekaha

1867

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Niihau

Kaimalino, Pukaaua

?

1849

34

38

Hawaii

Kalapana & Opihikao

1868

2

4

Hawaii

Kalapana

x

1865

7

9

10

14

15

18

30

34

38

Molokai

Kalaupapa, Siloama (Kanaana)

x

1866

7

9

10

14

15

22

26

30

34

38

Molokai

Kalawao & Kalaupapa

x

1869

2

4

Molokai

Kaluaaha

1833

2

4

Hawaii

Kamuela, Waimea

1832

7

Hawaii

Kamuela, Imiola (S. Kohala)

1832

18

22

26

30

34

38

Oahu

Kaneohe

x

1834

1836

2

4

18

22

26

30

34

38

Hawaii

Kaohe & Milolii

1882

2

4

Kauai

Kapaa, 1st

1880

1879

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Kauai

Kapaa, Japanese

1927

30

34

38

Kauai

Kapoho, Puula

1865

18

22

26

30

34

38

Molokai

Kaunakakai, Kalaiakamanu

1907

1866

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Molokai

Kaunakakai, Hoolehua

1926

26

Maui

Kaupo

1863

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Hawaii

Kealakekua, Kahikalu

x

1825

2

Hawaii

Kealakekua, Napoopoo

x

1825

4

Hawaii

Kealakekua, Lanakila

1866

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Hawaii

Kealakekua, Central Kona

1905

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Kauai

Kealia, Koolau

1865

18

22

26

Kauai

Kealia, Filipino

1933

34

38

Maui

Keanae

1866

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Hawaii

Keauhou, Helani

1866

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Hawaii

Kekaha, Kohauaiki

1865

2

Hawaii

Kekaha, Kailua

1865

4

Kauai

Kekaha, Japanese

x

1912

14

15

Maui

Keokea, 1st

x

7

9

10

14

15

Maui

Keokea, Chinese

x

1900

7

9

10

14

15

Maui

Kihei

1920

22

26

30

34

38

Kauai

Kilauea, Koolau

x

1865

7

34

38

Kauai

Kilauea, Kauai, Filipino

1915

18

22

Maui

Kipahulu

1857

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Hawaii

Kohala, 1st (Kalahikiola)

1838

1828

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Hawaii

Kohala, Hawaihae

1865

2

4

Hawaii

Kohala, Mahukona

1866

2

4

Hawaii

Kohala, Union

1879

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Hawaii

Kohala, Chinese

1882

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Hawaii

Kohala, Japanese

1896

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Kauai

Koloa, 1st

1835

2

4

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Kauai

Koloa, Japanese

1912

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Kauai

Koloa, Filipino

1915

15

26

30

34

38

Kauai

Koloa, Union

1923

7

9

10

14

26

30

34

38

Hawaii

Kona, Central, Kaalakekua

1870

2

4

Kauai

Koolau, Kilauea

x

1865

2

4

9

10

14

15

Hawaii

Kukuihaele, W. Hamakua, Japanese

x

1865

7

18

22

26

30

34

38

Maui

Lahaina, Wainee

1823

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Lanai

Lanai

1903

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Hawaii

Laupahoehoe

1868

1823

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Kauai

Lihue, 1st

1856

1850

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Kauai

Lihue, Union

1901

1896

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Kauai

Lihue, Japanese

1892

1906

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Maui

Makawao, Pookela

7

9

10

14

15

Kauai

Makaweli, Japanese

1896

7

9

10

Maui

Makena, Kanaio

7

9

10

14

15

Maui

Makena, Keawakapu

1832

9

10

14

15

Maui

Makena, Keawalai

15

Maui

Makena, Ulapalakua

1907

9

10

14

15

Maui

Makena, Honuaula

1832

7

18

22

26

30

34

38

Maui

Nahiku

1837

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Hawaii

Napoopoo, Kahikolu (Kealakekua)

x

1825

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Oahu

Nanakuli

1933

34

38

Hawaii

Olaa, 1st

1835

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Hawaii

Olaa, Japanese

1898

1912

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Hawaii

Olaa, Filipino

1933

1922

22

26

34

38

Maui

Olowalu

???

7

9

10

14

15

18

Hawaii

Onomea

1867

1865

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Hawaii

Paauhau

???

9

10

Hawaii

Pahala, Kapaliuka

x

1842

18

22

26

30

34

38

Hawaii

Pahoa, Opihikao

1865

7

9

15

Hawaii

Pahoa, Opihikae

1865

10

14

18

22

26

30

34

38

Hawaii

Pahoa, Puula

x

1865

7

9

10

14

15

Hawaii

Pahoa, Kalapana

x

1865

18

22

26

Maui

Paia, Makawao Union

1879

1870

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Maui

Paia, Hawaiian

1881

1882

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Maui

Paia, Japanese

1897

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Maui

Paia, Portuguese

1906

7

9

10

14

15

Maui

Paia, Filipino

1933

34

38

Hawaii

Paliuka, Pahala

x

1864

2

4

Hawaii

Papaikou, Japanese

1897

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Hawaii

Papaikou, Filipino

1928

30

34

38

Oahu

Pearl City, Ewa, Kahikuonalani

1834

7

18

22

26

30

34

38

Molokai

Pelekuna & Wailau

1850

2

4

7

??

Pelekunu

1882

9

10

14

15

18

Molokai

Pukoo, Kaluaaha

1833

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Hawaii

Puula, Puna

x

1869

2

4

Maui

Puunene, Japanese

1900

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Maui

Puunene, Hawaiian

x

1909

18

22

26

30

34

38

Maui

Puunene, Filipino

1919

22

26

30

34

38

Maui

Spreckelsville

x

1909

10

14

15

Oahu

Wahiawa

1931

34

38

Maui

Waiakoa, Keokea

x

1840

18

22

26

30

34

38

Maui

Waiakoa, Kula, Chinese

x

1900

22

26

30

34

38

Oahu

Waialau

1833

2

4

Oahu

Waialua, Haleiwa (Liliuokalani), 1st

x

1837

7

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Oahu

Waialua, Japanese

1901

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Oahu

Waialua, Filipino

1922

22

26

30

34

38

Oahu

Waianae, Hawaiian

1863

1844

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Oahu

Waianae, Makua

1919

22

26

30

34

38

Oahu

Waianae, Filipino

1933

34

38

Maui

Waihee

1844

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Oahu

Waikane

1866

1846

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Maui

Waikapu

1838

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Molokai

Wailau

1887

9

10

14

15

18

Maui

Wailuku, Kaahumanu

1838

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Maui

Wailuku, Union

1867

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Maui

Wailuku, Chinese

1888

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Maui

Wailuku, Japanese

1896

1912

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Oahu

Waimanalo & Kaneohe

x

1843

1836

7

9

10

14

15

Kauai

Waimea, 1st, Kauai

1830

1825

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Hawaii

Waimea, Hawaii (Imiola)

1832

2

4

9

10

14

15

Kauai

Waimea, Union, Kauai

???

7

9

10

14

15

Kauai

Waimea, Chinese

1906

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Kauai

Waimea, Kehaha, Japanese

1912

18

22

26

30

34

38

Hawaii

Waiohinu, 1st

1842

2

4

7

9

10

14

15

18

22

26

30

34

38

Hawaii

Waiohinu, Kapaliku (Kapaliuka)

1842

7

9

10

14

15

Oahu

Waipahu, Filipino

1933

34

38

Oahu

Waipahu, Community

1936

38

Hawaii

Waipio, West Hamakua

1865

7

9

10

14


Kaahumanu Congregational Church (1837/8), Wailuku

From the Hawaiian Evangelical Association Annual Minutes( ca.1850-1905)

Wailuku, Kaahumanu 1838 started
1852,1853  Conde 
1856
1857, 1860 Alexander
1869-1882  Rev.W.P.Kahale d.1891
1880       Rev.W.P.Kahule
1883       Rev.D.Nuuhiwa ordained
1883       Rev.D.Keaweamahi, 1884 sick
1887       Rev.Z.S.K.Paaluhi resigned
1890       Rev. P.Keaupuni installed
1897       Rev.S.Kapu, 1898, 1899 Rev.S.Kapu dismissed 5/3
1900 need pastor
1905              

From the Congregational Year-Books 1902/4/7/9/10/14/15/18/22/26/30/34/38/40-99
1902       John Nua      Ord.'92, Com.'01
1904         "
1907         "                             also Waikapu
1909       Roland B. Dodge   '05      '07  also Waikapu and Wailuku Union
1910       Lincoln B. Kaumeheiwa '03  '09  also Waikapu
1914         "                             also Waikapu & Spreckelsville '10
1915       -
1918       -
1922       Joseph P. Inaina  '88      '22
1926       Samuel K. Kamaiopili '15     -
1930         "                  '15      '23 
1934         "
1938         "
1940       -
1941-1944  Moses Inaina  Ord.'38, Com.'40  Also Waihee & Waikapu
1945-1949  Abraham K. Akaka  '44      '45  Also Waihee & Kahului Union
1950-1962  Moses Moku        '22      '50  Also Waihee & Waikapu 50/51, Puunene 56-59
1963       -
1964-1965  Mrs. Mary Moku, Lic.       '63  also Waihee
1966       Samuel A. Keala   '37      '63  also Waihee   Mrs. Mary Moku, Lic.
1967-1973  Mrs. Mary Namela Moku      '63  also Waihee  Lic.67-69, Lay 70, Ord.71
1974       -
1975-1976  Esther K. Campbell, Lic   (or was it Estelle? 1975) 
1977-1979  Neil H. Swanson. Supply         he was pastor at Makawao Union 1970-1981
1980       Douglas Delano Schneider        also Waihee & Makena
1981-1989  James Wilford Pifer '54    '80  also at Kihei & Keolahou 1985/6       
1990-1994  Richard Fred Dickinson '60 '89  
1995-1999  -

Makawao Union, Paia

Started 1860 (prior to 1956 it was reported as 1870)
From the Hawaiian Evangelical Association Annual Minutes.
1881-1883  Rev. T.H. Rouse (he preached in Makawao after W.P.Alexander died in 1884)
1883/4     Mr. George Beckwith of Makawao helps Paia - Chinese 
1886-1887  Rev. Mr. Lounsbury, supply, from/to CA
1887-      Rev. T.L. Gulick, Makawao Foreign Church - leaves 1894
1894       Dr. Beckwith, preaches (and begins pastorate)
1897       E. Bailey of Makawao, mentioned
1905       (Rev. E.G. Beckwith concludes pastorate)
1905       Rev. Mr. Rice - supply
1906       Rev. B.V. Backus
1909       (Rev. Edward Bater Turner is pastor)

From the Congregational Year-Books 1902/4/7/9/10-99
1894-1904  Edward G. Beckwith   Ord.'57  1902/4
1905-1907  Benjamin V. Bazata       '97  1907
1907-1912  Edward B. Turner         '99  
1912-1920  Austin Criag Bowdish     '01
1921-1924  Augustine Jones          '08  & at Wailuku Union
1925-1946  William E. Rowan         '13  
1947-1954  Augustus H. Griffing     '32
1955       Hudson H. Pittman        '12 interim?
1956-1966  Bryan Ross Cleeland      '38 
1967       G. Dean Goebel           '66 interim
1968       Lawrence Sellars         '67 not UCC
1969       vacant
1970-1981  Neil H. Swanson          '45 not UCC in 1970
1982       book missing
1983       -
1984       Richard Fred Dickinson   '60 Com.'82
1985       Tom Jackson                  interim
1986-1989  Wilson Gene Parks            Com.'85
1990-1992  I.R. Phillips                Com.'89  not UCC
1993-1994  Craig Allen Reynolds     '72 Com.'92
1995       book missing
1996-1997  Edward George Wulfekuehler '53   '95
1998       -
1999       Jduith Marie Slaughter   '90     '98

Paia

From the Hawaiian Evangelical Association Annual Minutes.
1881       Church organized
    -1894  Rev. T.L. Gulick 
1894       Dr. Beckwith, starts, also preaches in Makawao and Wailuku
1896       Dr. Beckwith
1897       Pastor also preaches every other week in Wailuku
1910       Rev. M.G. Santos amoung Portuguese           

Kahului Union

From the Hawaiian Evangelical Association Annual Minutes.
1910       Rev. Henry P. Judd

From Congregational Year-Books 1902/4/7/9/10-99
1902       ??
1904       ??
1907       John E. Dodge (ordained 1883, commissioned 1906)
                He was the pastor where Rowland B. Dodge was ordained in 1905
(Church org. 1909, building built 1907)
1909-1910  Theodore A. Waltrip (ord. 1894, com. 1905)
1910-1913  Henry Pratt Judd           '06
1913-1914  R.B. Dodge                 '05 
1914       Howard Harris               ?
1915-1918  Ellis E. Pleasant          '07
1919       Hugh Vernon White          '10
1920       Ellis E. Pleasant          '07   also at Kahakuloa & Waihee
1921       George H. DeKay            '90
1922-1924  Earle M. Stigers           '08/9
1925-1927  Edward W. Perry            '17   also at Wailuku Union
1928-1936  Robert N. Kingdon          '28   also at Puunene Hawaiian 1932-1936
1936       John Young, Lic.            __
1937       None
1938-1944  Harold F. Cram             '35   also at Kahakuloa 1939/40
1945-1953  Abraham K. Akaka           '44   also Kaahumanu 1945-1949
1954-1959  Herbert James Eggleston    '48
1960       Samuel Keck                '16   interim
1961       book missing
1962       -
1963       Elvert Franklin Miller     '40   Com.'62
1964       -
1965-1977  Sadaichi Asai              '48   Com.'64
1978-1984  Vernon Gee Sung Tom        '71   Com.'76
1985       J.R. Souza                 '45   Com.'84  interim
1986-1989  Harold Mitsuo Yoshida      '71   Com.'85
1990       Henry Kalani Wong          '90   Com.'87  Also A.P.1988-1992
1991-1997  Tracey DeWitt Floyd        '66   Com.'90
1998-1999  Dexter T. Terruya, A.P., Ord.88, Com.'95       

East Maui Female Seminary (later Maunaolu Seminary)

From the Hawaiian Evangelical Association Annual Minutes.
1861       C.B. Andrews in charge of Hawaiian girls boarding school in Makawao
1878-1884  Miss H.E. Carpenter, principal; Miss Smith, teacher, 37 students
1879       Called Makawao Female Seminary
1879         Teachers: Misses Smith, Kent, and Perry
1879       (Miss Mary E. Green, principal, Waialua Female Seminary, Oahu)
1884-1886  Miss Maria Sheeley, principal; Carpenter, financial dept. 
1886-      Miss H.E. Carpenter, principal 1887
1887-        Teachers: Misses Potter, Cameron, Wyckott, Simpson, and Humphrey
1889       H.P. Baldwin, benefactor, also 1894, 1897, 1900
1891       110 students
1893-      Miss Martha McLeman, principal, also 1894
1896-      Miss M. Ida Ziegler, principal, also 1898
1897       Called E.M. (Maunaolu) Girls School, also 1898
1899       Called Maunaolu (East Maui) Girls School
1899-1903  Miss Mary E. Alexander, principal, also 1900, 1903
              H.P. Baldwin to build new home (for principal)
              furnishing fund headed by Mrs. George Beckwith
1900       Called East Maui Seminary
1900       Moved into new building "Baldwin Hall", given by H.P. Baldwin
1903-1905  Miss Clara M. Snow, principal (from and to Hampton Institute, VA)
1904       Looking forward to Rev. Mr. Emerson
1905-      Miss Eva L. Heusner, principal
1910       Students mostly Hawaiian
1911       Called Maunaolu Seminary
Need to get further history from HEA Minutes.

Alexander House Wailuku Social Settlement

From the Hawaiian Evangelical Association Annual Minutes.
1902       Miss Malone reported daily attendance of 35
1903       Called Social Settlement at Alexander House
1904       How Alexander House does it, by Emily A. Babb
1905       Emily A. Babb, reports; 1906 leaves
1905       Rev. Oliver P. Emerson, agent for Maui, Molokai, Lanai
1910       Miss Lurena Merriman, head worker, also 1911 
           (founded by Miss Malone in 1901)
           Past workers: Misses Huntington, Babb, Towner
           Called Wailuku Settlement, includes gymnasium, large pool (given
                by H.P. Baldwin), bowling alley, kindergarten   
1911       Called Alexander House Settlement
1911       (Miss Lucy Adams, head worker, Baldwin House, Lahaina)
Need to get further history from HEA Minutes.

Hawaiian Missionaries to Wailuku & Wailuku Union Church . . . Hawaiian Missionaries (complete list)
Maui Congreagational Churches, today - with map and addresses . . .
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David Malo, Historian, Educator, Christian Minister

Prepared: 10/03/96. . Updated 3/12/10.
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