"Tūtū Kaupō" (Antone Vieira Marciel, Sr.) at his ranch home in Kaupō
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Kūpuna at the 3rd ʻOhana Kaʻilikea-Marciel Reunion Lūʻau on Saturday, July 18, 2015, elleair Rainbow Ballroom, Maui Beach Hotel, Kahului, Maui, Ko Hawaiʻi Pae ʻĀina (Hawaiian Islands) (left to right): Mary Beazley, Leland Marciel, Ivy Doke, Ellen Kekelaokalani Kahalehoe and Craig Murakami
1889-1929 Antone Sr. rides on horse to Wailuku court house to bid on land in Kaupō. Land purchased by Antone, for $1.25 per acre, includes half of Haleakalā Crater, extending to seashore. Enos and Hawaiian locals help Antone Sr. build his home and ranch in Kaupō. Antone Sr. increases the size of his ranch by purchasing additional land in Nuʻu.
1865 After six years employed in whaling, the ship that Antone is on becomes icebound. He is transferred to a ship named "Kohala" and arrives in Honolulu, Oʻahu. Antone works for a short time at the Kuliʻouʻou Ranch near Koko Head, on Oʻahu. Antone moves to Maui and is employed at Kahikinui Ranch owned by Enos. Antone marries Rose Kaʻilikea. Firstborn is a girl who dies at an early age.
1859 At the age of 21, Antone leaves the Azores on a whaling cruise to the Arctic regions
4/17/1857 Loke Kaʻilikea (Rose Kaʻilikea) is born
1838-1859 Antone and four of his brothers migrate to San Jose, California as farmers
3/13/1838 Antone Vieira Marciel, Sr. is born in Pico, Azores, Portugal
Father of Antone Vieira Marciel, Sr. flees from France to Portugal during the French Revolution
Father of Antone Vieira Marciel, Sr. marries Portuguese woman whose family name is Vieira
Father of Antone Vieira Marciel, Sr. moves to Pico island in the Azores to avoid deportation to France
The object of this Council shall be to commemorate the storied heritage of the late Antone Vieira Marciel, Sr. and Loke Kaʻilikea of Kaupō, Maui, Ko Hawaiʻi Pae ʻĀina (Hawaiian Islands), and to perpetuate their beloved legacy for the current and future generations of this perennial family tree.
Me ka Nani aʻo Kaupō - The Beauty of Kaupō Maui nō ka ʻOi! - Maui is the Best!