Eva Kuwailanimamao Cartwright

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Eva Kuwailanimamao Cartwright
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Spouse(s) Dwight J. Styne
Parents Alexander Joy Cartwright III
[[Theresa Owana Laanui|Theresa Owana LaTemplate:Okinaanui]]

Eva Kuwailanimamao Cartwright (1881–1948) was related to the royal family of the Kingdom of Hawaii.

Life

Eva Kuwailanimamao Cartwright was born March 24, 1881 at Honolulu. Her mother was Princess Theresa Owana Kaohelelani Laanui of the House of Laanui, a collateral branch of the House of Kamehameha.[1] Her father was the Alexander Joy Cartwright III, son baseball pioneer Alexander Joy Cartwright II, her eldest sister was Daisy Emmalani Cartwright.

Her half-siblings were Robert Kalanikupuapaikalaninui Wilcox, Virginia Kaihikapumahana Wilcox and Elizabeth Ka'akaualaninui Wilcox.

She married Dwight J. Styne, with whom she had three children:[no citations needed here]

She died on May 7, 1948, at age 67.[2]

References

  1. Christopher Buyers (October 2008). "Hawaii: Kamehameha Dynasty Genealogy". Royal Ark web site. http://www.royalark.net/Hawaii/hawaii.htm. Retrieved November 20, 2010. 
  2. Henry Soszynski. "Eva Kuwailanimamao Cartwright". web page on "Rootsweb". http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~royalty/hawaii/i371.html. Retrieved November 1, 2010. 

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