Hawaii Naturalization records online and Hawaii Citizenship Records online may include declarations of intent, petitions for naturalization, oaths of allegiance, certificates of citizenship, and more.

 

These records often provide names and aliases of a person, age, country of birth, ethnic background, date and port of arrival, the name of the ship, previous residences, or current address.

 

You can look at federal (1870-1920) and state census (1825-1925) records to see if your ancestor was naturalized. See Hawaii Census Records online for census record links and other helpful sources. Also see Hawaii Emigration and Immigration Records online.

 

 

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Hawaii Naturalization Records online 

Hawaii – Naturalization and Citizenship – Hawaii, Naturalization Records, 1838-1991, index links to images, at FS

Hawaii – Naturalization and Citizenship – Letters of denization [palapala noho], 1846-1899, 1904, at FS

Hawaii – Naturalization and Citizenship – List of British subjects who have received special rights of citizenship [ca. 1892-1899], at FS

Hawaii – Naturalization and Citizenship – Naturalization records, 1838-1894; indexes, 1840-1892, at FS

Hawaii – Naturalization and Citizenship – Naturalization records, 1894-1897, 1900, 1904, at FS

Hawaii – Naturalization and Citizenship – Index to naturalizations [petitions] in the U.S. District Court for the District of Hawaii, 1900-1976 : NARA RG21 publication M2074, at FS

Hawaii – Naturalization and Citizenship – Overseas military naturalization petitions index (Hawaii), at FS

 

 

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