Birth, Marriage, Death Records
Schools, Directories, & Church Histories
And more (tax, criminal, land, etc.)
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|Use Ancestry Library Edition to search genealogical records and discover more about your family history.|
This database includes records from the U.S. Census, military records, court, land and probate records, vital and church records, directories, passenger lists, and more.
1. Your family is a great starting place!
Find out as much as you can from your parents, grandparents, aunties, uncles, etc. They might be able to provide you with essential information and/or give you leads on where to search.
2. Keep track of what you find.
Use a genealogy or family tree chart to keep track of your ancestors. Save your records in one place and keep track of where you looked.
3. Ask for Help.
Librarians and Archvists can help lead you to more sources. For additional genealogy research, visit UH Mānoa's Hamilton Library, the Hawaiʻi State Library, and the Hawaiʻi State Archives.