Saimasina, standing center, surrounded by his children and grandchildren, circa 1920.
Saimasina, standing center, surrounded by his children and grandchildren, circa 1920.
 
The family charts below are meant to serve as the "Executive Summary" or overview of the Su'apa'ia Tu'ipelehake Family, highlighting descendents of Saimasina. However, it is impossible to speak of Saimasina without mentioning his first marriage, his siblings, his parents, grandparents, children, grandchildren, etc.  Today, the oldest living descendents of Saimasina are his great-grandchildren.  Our grandparents were Saimasina's children.  As you are aware, there are at least 4-5 generations after us, spread all across the world. It is amazing.
 
-- Saimasina's children are color coded using reunion colors (click on chart).
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We always hear the same question, "So, how are we related?"  That's what these charts are for.  They're a quick reference to our family connections.  The charts are meant to help you learn your family genealogy, to introduce you to other branches of the family and to help you appreciate your wonderful heritage and legacy. 
 
To all of you younger generations, we wish you love and Godspeed as you connect with your family roots.
 
-- Color coded to show where the names begin, merge and separate (click on chart).
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