What a happy coincidence!
Antonia de Jesus, married to Manuel Pavão, is the sister of my
great-grandfather Francisco Furtado who emigrated to Brazil in 1891!
Wow! I didn´t know she went to Hawaii.
She married Manuel Pavão in Livramento on 4 march 1878. Manuel Pavão is the
son of Manuel Pavão, from Capelas, and Emília de Jesus, from Livramento.
Manoel César Furtado
Em quinta-feira, 13 de outubro de 2016 22:06:50 UTC-3, Cheri Mello escreveu:
> The Knowlton book (page 311) lists:
> Pavao, Manuel, age 31, Hankow 1883, Madeira & Sao Miguel (stopped at both
> places), with Antonia de Jesus 29, wife, and children, Maria 3, and Emilia
> Bob de Mello book (page 299) lists:
> Manuel Pavao, age 31, father deceased, mother Emilia de Jesus, from
> wife Antonia de Jesus, age 27, father Francisco Furtado, mother Maria da
> Children Maria,3, Emilia 9 months. Born iIvramento
> On the Abergeldie
> The Hankow sailed around April 30, 1883. The Abergeldie sailed Jan. 1st.
> Check for them leaving the Azores here:
> Good luck! Cheri
> Cheri Mello
> Listowner, Azores-Gen
> Researching: Vila Franca, Ponta Garca, Ribeira Quente, Ribeira das
> Tainhas, Achada
> On Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 5:52 PM, Cheri Mello <gfsc...@gmail.com
>> I'd contact the PGSH on Oahu and ask for information on Manuel Pavao and
>> Antonia Martins. Provide their birth dates (or approximate) and islands
>> that they are from. I'd also trace Manuel Pavao & Antonia in the censuses
>> too. It'll give their immigration year (or approximate).
>> Cheri Mello
>> Listowner, Azores-Gen
>> Researching: Vila Franca, Ponta Garca, Ribeira Quente, Ribeira das
>> Tainhas, Achada
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