Category:James Harbottle Boyd

English: James Aalapuna Harbottle Boyd (July 4, 1858 – August 18, 1915) was a military official under the Kingdom of Hawaii. He served King Kalākaua and Queen Liliʻuokalani and was the inspiration for the song Aloha ʻOe.


James Harbottle Boyd 
Hawaiian military officer
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Date of birth4 July 1858
Date of death18 August 1915
Honolulu
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  • Hawaiian National Reform Party
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