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The Mau lineage

Author: Edward Seu Chen Mau
Publisher: Honolulu : Hawaii Chinese History Center : Distributed by University of Hawaii Press, ©1989.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The Mau lineage played a unique part in the history of Chinese immigrants in Hawaii because it is the only known group with such a large number of individuals descended from a Founding Ancestor. From the initial arrival of its first settler, #17--Mau Lin Hop in 1870, to the last with #3--Mow Chock Moy's arrival in 1904, the twenty-six Mau settlers established their families and produced 169 children, 95 sons and 74
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Genre/Form: Genealogy
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Mau, Edward Seu Chen, 1914-
Mau lineage.
Honolulu : Hawaii Chinese History Center : Distributed by University of Hawaii Press, ©1989
(OCoLC)644120339
Named Person: Mao family.; Mao family.; Mau.; Mao.; Mo.; Moore.; Mow.; Ching.; Chun.; Ho.; Kam.; Lee.; Wong.; Young.
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Edward Seu Chen Mau
ISBN: 0824811143 9780824811143
OCLC Number: 15519097
Notes: Map of Kwangtung Province on endpapers.
Description: xxiv, 383 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Responsibility: Edward Seu Chen Mau.
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"The Mau lineage played a unique part in the history of Chinese immigrants in Hawaii because it is the only known group with such a large number of individuals descended from a Founding Ancestor. From the initial arrival of its first settler, #17--Mau Lin Hop in 1870, to the last with #3--Mow Chock Moy's arrival in 1904, the twenty-six Mau settlers established their families and produced 169 children, 95 sons and 74 daughters. However, one of the twenty-fix settlers was not descended from the Founding Ancestor but was from an earlier ancestor ... While the number of Mau persons in Hawaii or their descendants who live in various parts of the world outside of China were multiplying, all the families were succeeding economically and were benefitting from their economic and educational achievements. In turn, members were contributing to the cultural, social, educational, religious and economic development of their respective communities"--Page 79.

"While there was an identifiable First Founding Ancestor, Mao Sheong Kung, who started the first of the forty-three generations of his lineage around 1484 years ago, A.D. 500, in Ket On (Chi An in Mandarin) Prefecture, Kiangsi Province, the Mao families of Sun Chin, Kee Ling Ha, Ma Ben Boo, Tin Sum, and Hawaii identify Mao Ngien Foong Kung of the thirty-third generation as their Founding Ancestor ... [He] was born on June 30, 1657, in Chong Lok Yen or Chong Lok District, which is located within the Moy Yen ... or the Kahyingchou County of Kwangtung Province"--Page 21.

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