1896 - 1975 (78 years)
||Albert Joseph Wilkinson |
||11 May 1896
||Honolulu, Hawaii - Alapai and King Streets 
||20 May 1911
||Church of Our Lady of Peace, Honolulu, Hawaii 
||03 Jun 1927
||2049 Kaaipu Avenue - Honolulu, Hawaii
|Shirley Wilkinson's birth certificate shows address as 2049 Kaaipu Avenue. Kaaipu Avenue is located in Manoa Valley, near the Waiole Tea Room, but there is no house number 2049. |
2049 Kaaipu Avenue
|Social Security Number
||575-01-7045  |
||7 Feb 1975
||Hale Nani Convalescent Hospital, 1677 Pensacola Street, Honolulu, Hawaii
||Waikiki Beach, Honolulu, Hawaii
- From: email@example.com Sent: 02 July 2003 18:56 To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Re: Albert Joseph WILKINSON
Aloha, kaua e Craig: Records that I have going back so far are not complete. All I have are the following: Albert Wilkinson [09/03/1912 to 06/06/1913] Junior Year - Grade 11; Charles Wilkinson [09/05/1922 to 06/15/1923] Freshman Year - Grade 09; James Wilkinson [09/03/1912 to 06/19/1914] Junior & Senior Year, it would seem that he did graduate from Saint Louis College [name of school at that time]. There is a picture of James on his transcript; this means he graduated from St. Louis College. The records do not show the names of parents, birthdates, reason for leaving. They just indicate the information that I am sending to you.
Brother Franklin Pao Registrar Saint Louis School 3142 Waialae Avenue Honolulu, HI 968161579 www.SaintLouisHawaii.org
||Walsh - Wilson Family Tree | Craig
||17 Aug 2015 |
||James William Wilkinson, b. 24 Feb 1869, 19 Lower Albion Street, Manchester, England , d. 7 Jul 1909, Oahu Insane Asylum, Honolulu, Hawaii (Age 40 years) |
||Emilia Katharina Wyser, b. 5 Apr 1873, Niedergosgen, Switzerland , d. 21 Nov 1959, Eugene, Oregon (Age 86 years) |
||2 Jun 1895
||St. Andrews Cathedral, Honolulu, Hawaii 
- According to Stuart Ching, the Histographer at St. Andrew's Cathedral in Honolulu, Hawaii (e-mail dated 24 MAY 2008):
I am happy to report that I did find the entry in the St. Andrew's Cathedral register for the marriage of your great grandparents on June 2, 1895. Because the brittle pages of the Cathedral register would be at risk of crumbling, here is a typescript of the marriage entry:
1895 marriage solemnized in the Cathedral Church of S. Andrew.
No: 936 - When married: June 2, 1895
Name and Surname: James William Wilkinson
Rank or Profession: Machinist
Name and Surname: Lillie Wyser
Residence at the Time of Marriage: Honolulu
Father's Name and Surname: Joseph Wilkinson
Rank or Profession of Father: organ builder
Father's Name and Surname: Bruno Wyser
Rank or Profession of Father: tanner
Married in the Cath. Church of St. Andrew according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Church of England by license or after___by me Alexr. Mackintosh
This marriage was solemnized between us, James William Wilkinson Lillie Wyser
In the presence of us,
Mrs. Mary Burn
- Territory of Hawaii Marriages, 1890-1896, Book 2. Marriage performed by A. MacIntosh, witnesses Thos. Henderson, Mary Burn. Marriage at St. Andrews Cathedral, Honolulu.
||James William Wilkinson - Lillie Wyser Marriage Certificate|
License issued 31 May 1895, married 2 Jun 1895 at St. Andrew's Cathedral, Honolulu, Hawaii.
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
||Helen Lucile King, b. 10 Aug 1903, Los Alamos, California , d. 10 Sep 1980, Irvine, California (Age 77 years) |
||17 Nov 1925
||Haleiwa Hotel, Oahu, Hawaii 
- Telephone conversation with Alberta Moore on 25 Jun 2008: she advised her parents were married at the Haleiwa Hotel the day that Helen King returned to Hawaii from the mainland.
||1930 United States Census - 1046 Kealaolu Avenue, Kahala, Hawaii|
The 1930 U.S. census report shows Albert Wilkinson, age 33, a bank clerk [at the Bank of Hawaii] living with his wife Helen Wilkinson, age 26, and daughter Shirley Wilkinson, age 10 months. They own their home at 1046 Kealaolu Avenue, Kahala, Hawaii.
Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Honolulu, Honolulu, Hawaii Territory; Roll 2634; Page: 8B; Enumeration District: 47; Image: 384.0.
Source Information: Ancestry.com. 1930 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2002.
Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Fifteenth Census of the United States, 1930. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1930. T626, 2,667 rolls.
||1920 United States Census - 1261 Center Street, Honolulu, Hawaii|
The 1920 U.S. Census shows: Lily Wilkinson, head of household, owner of property, 43 years old, a widow, arrived in the U.S. in 1892, an alien, born in Switzerland, mother language French [seems doubtful, since she was from German Switzerland]. Lily is living with her sons Albert, age 23, a collector in a Bank; James, age 21, a machinist at the Iron Works; and Charles, age 14. All are shown to be "octaroons," which means "an offspring of a quadroon and a white parent; a person who is one-eighth black." Virtually everyone on this census sheet is shown to be an "octaroon," which is impossible.
Year: 1920; Census Place: Honolulu, Honolulu, Hawaii Territory; Roll: T625_2035; Page: 20B; Enumeration District: 18; Image: 639.
||1940 United States Census - Albert Wilkinson and Family|
Residing at 141 Kealaolu Avenue, Honolulu, valued at $6,000. Albert Wilkinson shown as a Bank Clerk with an annual salary of $3,740; Helen Wilkinson shown as a Flower Shop Proprietor with no annual salary. Alberta's name incorrectly shown as Alfreda.
||6 Apr 2012 06:53:40 |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
||Albert Joseph Wilkinson|
|Lau Yee Chai Restaurant, Honolulu, Hawaii - December 1950|
Shirley Walsh with son Craig (L), and Helen King Wilkinson and Albert Wilkinson on the right. Two middle people are not known. (At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.)
||Craig Walsh, Albert Wilkinson, and Lily Wyser Wilkinson|
Three generations, photographed at 140 Dowsett AVenue, Honolulu, circa 1950
||James Wilkinson with his sons James (left) and Albert (right)|
Photo courtesy of Carolyn and James Wilkinson Jr.
||The Wilkinson Family in Hawaii - Charles, James, Albert, Lily, and James Jr.|
|Helen King Wilkinson, Albert Wilkinson, and their daughter Alberta Jean Wilkinson|
1952 at University of Washington (At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.)
|The Wilkinson Family|
Kealaolu Avenue, Kahala, Honolulu (At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.)
||Boat Day - Honolulu, Hawaii - Lily Wyser Wilkinson Departure|
Circa 1939 or 1940
|Lily Wyser Wilkinson Arrival in Honolulu, 1954|
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.)
||Albert J Wilkinson with Car|
||Albert "Baba" Wilkinson and Tommy on the Judd Memorial Trail, Nuuanu Valley, Honolulu - 1958|
The Judd Memorial Trail was called the "secret trail" by us. I think it was built with Federal funds during the depression, and it starts above Dowsett Highlands and runs up to the Old Pali Road. Along the way there are Norfolk pine, guava trees, and some man-made mud slides down into Jackass Ginger pool. This photo, circa 1958, of Baba and Tommy (last name long forgotten) at the start of the hike.
||Albert Wilkinson as a Young Man - Honolulu, Hawaii|
||Family Portrait - Dowsett Avenue, Honolulu - 1949 or 1950|
Shirley Wilkinson Walsh, John Walsh, Helen King Wilkinson, and Albert Joseph Wilkinson sitting on the couch -- with Haggerty in the left foreground.
|Craig Walsh as a Shoe Shine Boy|
At 140 Dowsett Avenue, Honolulu, circa 1953 - 54. Craig loved to build "secret forts" with his grandfather, Albert Wilkinson ("Baba"). This always involved using sheets, blankets, and clothes lines. (At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.)
||Passenger Manifest - S.S. Australia - Departing San Francisco, California on 15 Jun 1897, arrival Honolulu, Hawaii 22 Jun 1897 - Mrs. J. W. Wilkinson [Emilia Wyser] and her 1-year-old son Albert Wilkinson, accompanied by Fanny [Fannie] Wyser|
The passenger manifest shows Mrs. J. W. Wilkinson, age 23, born in Switzerland, travelling with her son Albert Wilkinson, age 1 born in Hawaiian Islands, and sister Fanny [Fannie] Wyser, age 11, born in Australia. The purpose of the trip is "home."
Courtesy of the Hawaii State Archives.
||Emilia Wilkinson and Sons - 1900 United States Federal Census|
The 1900 U.S. Federal Census shows Amelia [Emilia] Wilkinson, born April 1875, living as a "boarder" at 312 Fulton Street, San Francisco, California on 2 June 1900. Amelia is shown as married 6 years, with 2 children, both living. She's female and white, born in Sweden [Switzerland] and has been in the United States for two months.
With her are her two children: Albert - born May 1896 in Hawaii, and James - born February 1898 in Hawaii.
Thanks to Cathy Key for locating this census report.
||1910 U.S. Census - Hawaii|
Showing brothers Albert J. Wilkinson (age 13) and James Wilkinson (age 12) as boarders at St. Louis College, River Walk, Honolulu, Hawaii. Source: Year: 1910; Census Place: Honolulu, Honolulu, Hawaii; Roll: T624_1754; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 44; Image: 616.
||1910 Census - Emilia (Lillie) Wilkinson, Albert, James W, and Charles Wilkinson - Beretania Street, Honolulu, Hawaii |
||"St. Louis College to Produce Hermiglid"|
Honolulu Star Bulletin - 27 May 1913 - Page 5
||WW1 Draft Card for Albert J. Wilkinson|
The card indicates that Albert Wilkinson worked at Cotton Neill Co. Ltd. as an apprentice machinist. His mother and two brothers, under 12, are shown as dependent upon him. He's described as tall with brown hair, brown eyes, and not bald.
||Albert J. Wilkinson Certificate of Hawaiian Birth|
There was testimony given in 1957 to support the issuance of this birth certificate. The testimony can be downloaded in an Adobe Acrobat (PDF) file from:
You will need to cut-and-paste this URL.
||Albert Joseph Wilkinson - Helen Lucile King Wedding Certificate|
Married at 1907 Coyne Avenue (Street?) -- Church of the Crossroads (?) -- on 17 November 1925. The bride's length of residence in Hawaii is shown as "one day."
||Passenger Manifest - S.S. President Cleveland - Depart Honolulu 14 Oct 1927, arrive San Francisco 20 Oct 1927|
The return sailing was on the President Madison sailing from San Francisco on 6 January 1928, arriving in Honolulu on 12 January 1928. Returned with wife Helen and daughter Shirley. Their addresses were simply shown as "Bank of Hawaii."
||June 1940 Article from Zaida's Ka Moae - Wilkie's Flower Shop, Waikiki|
While Albert Wilkinson worked for the Bank of Hawaii, Helen King Wilkinson started Wilkie's Flower shop at 2111 Kalakaua Avenue in Waikiki, and sold orchids grown at their house in Kahala.
||Shirley Rae Wilkinson - Birth Certificate|
Born in Kapiolani Maternity Hospital, 3 Jun 1927. The birth certificate shows that her "given name" was added from a supplemental report on 8 Feb 1928.
||Albert Joseph Wilkinson Death Certificate|
Died at Hale Nani Convalescent Hospital, Honolulu, Hawaii, on 7 Feb 1975. Cause of death cerebral hemorrhage, congestive heart failure due to massive myocardial infarction.
||Recording of Albert Wilkinson - 1961|
This recording was made by Albert "Baba" Wilkinson in 1961, three months after he retired from the Bank of Hawaii. It was made on reel-to-reel tape, and hasn't been played since it was recorded. We kept it, safe, for 51 years. We had it professionally digitized in 2012, and when I first played it I was struck by the fact that "Baba" was 65 years old, and he was now speaking to me (it sounded like he was in the room with me) -- and I am now almost 63 years old. -- CWW
- [S60] Albert J. Wilkinson - Birth Certificate Application, 16 Jul 1957.
Testimony of Lily Wyser Wilkinson indicates Albert was born on 11 May 1896 at Alapai and King Streets.
- [S60] Albert J. Wilkinson - Birth Certificate Application.
Note on Albert Wilkinson's application for a birth certificate indicates Bk 7--11, Bap. Reg. Church of Our Lady of Peace, Honolulu, shows that Albert Wilkinson was baptized on 2_ May 1911. The second digit of the day is obscured.
- [S53] Social Security Death Master File (DMF) (Reliability: 3).
- [S4902] St Andrew's Cathedral - Honolulu, Stuart Ching - Historiographer, Stuart Ching - E-mail dated 24 May 2008 (Reliability: 3).
- [S4970] Hawaii Digital Library - Ulukau, (http://hawaiidigitallibrary.org/), Page O-98(11):48 (Reliability: 3).