Charles Titcomb (1805-1883), a former yankee watchmaker settled on Kaua'i after his whaler was shipwrecked in Hawaiian waters, he started a cattle ranch in 1863 on the Kilauea Sugar Plantation he purchased the Kilauea land grant that year from Kamehameha IV.
Father: Benjamin TITCOMB , Jr. b: 26 JUL 1761 in Portland, Cumberland Co., ME
Mother: Betsey DOW b: 1 OCT 1767 in Merrimack Co., NH
Marriage 1 Kanikele KAMALENUI b: ABT 1823 in Kauai, HI
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