Corrections for Volume II
Amendments to Ancestors and Descendants of Nedabiah Lincoln Sr.
The Lincolns of Hawaii
The Lincolns of Hawaii
General - Kawaihoolana- Research by Charles Bell has discovered that this word is a geographic descriptor in the Hawaiian language; meaning "buoyant waters". It appears to be related to Kawaihae (harbor) in that this word means "wild stream". A Google of the word Kawaihoolana finds several Hawaiians with Kawaihoolana as a surname, some living on Oahu and some on the Big Island. Birthdates are estimated as several decades after the birth date of G W Kawaihoolana Lincoln (1839).
Page 68 - Entry for Rebecca "Becky" Nui Lincoln - Rebecca's first husband was G M Lake. They were married in the early 1880's and divorced, probably soon after. In March of 1883 Rebecca's parents (GW and Rebecca) sold or transferred an interest in RP 1995 (the Bell property) to G M Lake - perhaps related to the marriage. In August of the same year, Mr Lake transferred the property back to GW and his wife Rebecca; somewhat unusual.
Page 96 - second sentence - Gregory Keith Mathews was the son of Albert and his first wife; thus Gregory was Clotilda's stepson.
Page 109 - The correct spelling of the name of Lancelot H Lincoln's daughter's name is - Moani Lehua Lincoln. Moahi Lehua is her given name.
Page 121, last line - In June 2015, Mary Ann Bell was found in the 1890 Hawaiian Census. She was living in Hawaii with her brother John and wife Rebecca. Mary Ann was listed as age 37, single and as having eleven children, six still alive. Since her last known child, Kawai George (AKA Yakima), was not born until 1891, the total becomes 12 children, 7 living to adulthood.
Page 126 - As reported by family, Abigail Alapai's correct name was Abigail Alapai-nui, Abigail Mana had been adopted by George Mana and his wife Abigail Alapai-nui. Lucy (Kalemoku) Kaliuna testified that this was so and that she and the adopted Abigail Mana were sisters with the same mother and father.
Page 142 - Colleen Lincoln's two children have the Lincoln surname. The correct spelling for her daughter's given name is Jevelyn. If the children's surname had been known at the time of the printing, they would have appeared in Generation 4 on Page 149.
Page 143 and 149 - Joy Lincoln's given name is incorrectly given as Joyce.
Page 148 and 152 - Wallace W Lincoln Jr does not exist.
Page 148 - John McGee Lincoln was not married to Flora Aquino.
Page 148 - Stephen "Sumo" W Lincoln was born 15 September 1966.
Page 148 - Wallace W Lincoln was not identified as a "Sr"
Page 148 - Sherrie Lincoln was born 16 Feb 1963
Page 148 - add Shane Lincoln born 14 Feb 1973 - child of Stephen "Sumo" Waipuna Lincoln
Page 148 - Holley Lincoln's father was John Howell
Page 149 - add a new child for Walter W Kekuewa\Lincoln - Colleen Lincoln born 31 Oct 1953
Page 149 - change Reynolds Lincoln to Reynold Lincoln
Page 152 and 154 - Stephen "Sumo" W Lincoln had only 5 children. Shane Kealii Lincoln was not a child of Stephen and Kathy.
Page 167 - last two sentences - Edward died July 26, 1941. Hannah died February 12, 1957 in Kehena, N Kohala and was buried in the Lincoln Family Cemetery, across the street from the Lincoln family home in Kehena.
Page 168 - second paragraph - Mildred Espinda should be Ethelline Mildred Espinda.
Page 170 – The birth order of the children of Robert and Marian Lincoln is incorrect. Barbara
Jean Lincoln was the fourth child. Roger Alohilani Lincoln was the fifth child and Steven K
Lincoln was the sixth child – born May 16, 1958.
Page 171 - photo caption - page 172, tenth, twelfth and thirteenth line - Mitchells's wife's name was Eudora "Dora" Yun Hoy Lum, the adopted daughter of William Hui Lum and Anne Chang.
Page 172 - eighth line - Mitchell K Nahuina\Lincoln's birthdate is listed as May 3, 1911; a date obtained from Mormon Microfilm of Hawaiian records. Family members indicate the date was April 19, 1911, the date on his tombstone and his WWII Draft Card.
Page 181 - seventh line - The name Suisa should be spelled Luisa.
Page 183 - sixth line, paragraph one - Tommy Kaniko's birthdate was 6 May 1928.
Page 186 - last line - Frederick Awaa was born in Waikii.
Page 317, first entry - Gimo (James) Lincoln - the Hawaiian for James is not Gimo, it is Kimo. Since the website shares the same notes, this typo also occurs in the website. This error occurred in either the original document or the authors transcription to his notes (which is the likely cause).
Page 387 - Lincoln, Albert Keaokaalelewa Bell Sr - he has an indexed entry for page 201. Page 201 should be indexed separately as Lincoln, Albert.