João Fernandes Camacho and Maria Augusta da Silva were wed in Santo António, Madeira on November 5, 1875. Their first son, Paul Fernandes Camacho (m - Leonor Guilhermina de Ornelas), did not accompany family to the Sandwich Islands. Second son, José, died shortly after birth, in Santo Antonio. This family initially was assigned to the Kohala Sugar Plantation on the island of Hawaii and eventually became contributing members of the Oahuan sugar industry in various locales. Only Clemente left the islands for the Bay Area where his immediate kin prospered. Maria Augusta was the daughter of Manuel Pinto da Silva and Sophia Augusta de Jesus (nee: Gomes da Silva). João Fenandes Camacho was the greatgrandfather of Rear Admiral Richard George Camacho, formerly commanding officer of the Pearl Harbor Naval Base Facility.