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Island of Hawaii, perhaps some on Oahu

Island of Hawaii, perhaps some on Oahu

Virginia Baptiste (View posts)
Posted: 961315455000
My great-grandfather: Manuel Jose Martins b: June 3, 1879, Sao Miguel?, d: Feb. 16,1944, Honokaa, Hawaii.
Got some info off a License to Marry document, dated Dec. 14, 1901:
My great-grandmother: Maria Das Neves Da Santos, unknown...perhaps b: Sao Miguel, d: unknown. She had two children from ???- Manuel and Carlos Santos.
(children of Manuel and Maria: Augustino, Minnie, John, Mary)
My grandfather Augustino Manuel Martins, b: Aug. 17,1900, Honokaa, Kalopa or Haina, Hawaii, d: Oct. 27, 1982, Honokaa, Hawaii.
He married my grandmother on Dec. 6, 1919 (from record of Marriage):
Annie H.? Camara, b: Dec. 24, 1901, ?, d: Jul. 15,1985, Honokaa, Hawaii.
(children of August and Annie: Mary, Dorothy, Manuel, Lavina (my mom), Margaret, Lorreta, Lawrence and Clarence.)
My great-grandfather: Manuel Alvino Camara b:???, Madeira?, d:???, ???--I think Big Island of Hawaii somewhere...
My great-grandmother: Francisca Das Reis, b: ???, Madeira?, d: ???, ???--I think Big Island of Hawaii somewhere...

Camara

Melissa (View posts)
Posted: 962467995000
I just thought I wuld reply to your msg because my grandmothers last name was camara before she got married. I've never done this family tree stuff before but we had/have a lot of camara relatives in hawaii. The camara name came from my great grandfather. He came from A little island near the azores to hawaii when he was 13. They lived on the big island.

Camara-Hawaii

Melissa (View posts)
Posted: 962468323000
I reread your post and my Great Grandfather's name was Manuel Camara from Madera island. I couldn't think of the name of that island earlier when i posted. Anyway, he married a woman named Alexandrina Sores from the Azores. She was my great grandmother.

Madeira/Camara

Marco Camara (View posts)
Posted: 967060664000
I have been in the US since 1982,I speak and write Portuguese. I was born in Madeira, a small island south of Portugal across from Casa Blanca in the Atlantic. I lived there for 14 years before I came to the states. The name Camara means Town Hall. My father allways told us that my one of my ancestors was an orphan and that all these kids were in care of the Camara or Town Hall and they would give them a surname of Camara

O nome Camara

Posted: 968522280000
Edited: 1051824103000
Caro Marco

I'm very much sure that your father is, this time, wrong. Camara is the name that the descendents of João Gonçalves Zarco, who discoverd the MADEIRA island,took. Camara as short for Camara de Lobos. This in the old days mean that they were the lords of Camara de Lobos.
You can see exactly this by looking into the Camara family tree. Try "Camara" or "da Camara" or Zarco at www.ancestry.com and/or www.genealogia.sapo.pt

Therefore your family name has a much glorious past (see the family tree) than what you could imagine.

Be proud

João António da Costa Maya

Manuel Camara

Posted: 969731285000
Edited: 1025662852000
Trying to trace a Manuel Camara from Saint
Michael in the Azores from the village of
Feiteiras. We do know that a Manuel Camara
went to the islands but living family members
say it was somewhere in the 1890 ot 1900

Manuel Camara

Posted: 974309729000
Edited: 1018329795000
I have my great great grandfather, Manuel Jacinto Camara who was married to Philomena de Gloria Leite...they had 9 children....first born was also Manuel...let me know..tina

Manuel Camara

Posted: 974479000000
Edited: 1025662852000
Tina, I don't think it is the same person my manuel was married to a Jancinta Carvalho.

Manuel Camara

Posted: 974485605000
Edited: 1018329795000
Oh well, it was worth a try....I have no Jacintha in my line....thank you for answering back so quick,,,,tina
Posted: 974624735000
Edited: 1025662852000
Tina try fo find the book The History of the Azore Islands by James Guill. It will give you the early history of the Camara name also
the name was bestowed on Joao Goncalves Zargo
in the 1400. There is a statue of him in the Navel Musem in Lisbon. He was the first with the name by royal degree and there is a coat of arms. So in a sense we are related by name some place over the last 600 years.
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