Koa Tree - Jugoz Ancestry

Mathias Lum Jugoz
Paternal Grandfather

February 5, 1890 - July 13, 1967
Mathias was born on February 5, 1890 at Himamaylan, Negros Occidental, Philippines. Grandfather arrived in Honolulu aboard the ship Tenyo Maru on April 4, 1912 at the age of 22. Mathias was the Father of two children, a daughter named Angelita, and a son named Rudolph . Grandpa Jugoz rarely spoke of his family in Negros Occidental. A letter was written to the U.S. Social Security Admin. The names listed here are from the documents he filed with Social Security Admin in the early 1900's.
Memorial
On July 13, 1967 Grandpa passed away at the age of 77 at Kaiser Hospital in Santa Clara, California. His final resting place is at Los Gatos Cemetary, in California. At the time of his death he had no marker on his grave, in 2005 his decendents placed this marker in his honor. Mahalo to my brother Dwaine Allen Jugoz for doing the footwork on the design and the placement of the Memorial.



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Slideshow with a few
Memories of Grandfather
Mathias and his life



Jacento Jugos
Great Grandfather

According to the Social Security application filed by Grandpa Mathias his fathers name was Jacento. Jacento was probably a decendent of the first spaniards who settled in Himamaylan, Negros Occidental. The 'Jugos', name was transposed to 'Jugoz' when Grandpa immigrated to Hawaii. I've been in communication with other Jugoses in the Philippines, they also are from the province of Negros Occidental. So far no hard evidence of relations to Mathias. According to the application Grandpa filed Jacento Jugos was his father and Barellona Limsiaco  was his mother.

Source; Social Security Administration


Grandfather

Grandparents & Dad
Mathias, Rudy & Annie
Waikapu, Maui 1946?
Upper left photo


Grandfather & Dad
Mathias & Rudy
Honolulu, Hawaii 1940s?
Upper right photo


Grandfather
Mathias Jugoz
Center


Grandfather
Mathias Jugoz
Honolulu, HI 1950s?
Lower left photo


Grandfather & Dad
Mathias & Rudy
Honolulu, HI. 1950s?
Lower right photo


Family Photos

Dad & Brothers
Dad, Nathan & Rudy
Los Angeles, CA
Upper left photo


Brothers
Rudy, Nathan & Kona
Los Angeles, CA
Upper right photo


Family
Mathias, Mom, Alberta, Scion,
Rudy, Nathan, Flora, Kona,
Dwaine, Dad, Dwaine, Kenny,
Kona & Andrew
Center photo


Parents
Leilani & Rudolph
Honolulu, HI 1950s?
Lower left photo


Jugoz Brothers
Rudy, Nathan, Kona & Dwaine
San Jose, CA. 2002
Lower right photo


Jugoz Boys

Nephew & Son
Jay & Keola
2015 - Iolani Palace, Honolulu
Upper left photo


My Brothers
Nathan, Rudy, & Dwaine
2002 - San Jose, California
Upper right photo


Dad & Brothers
Dad, Rudy, Dwaine,
Nathan & Kona
1967 - San Jose, CA
Center photo


Jugoz Brothers
Nathan, Kimo(our dog),
Rudy, Kona & Dwaine
1972 - San Jose, Calif.
Lower left photo


Son
Ikaika, Elvis Presley
Honolulu, HI. - 2016
Lower right photo


Lualualei Clan

Dad & Son
Kona & Keola
Honolulu, Hawaii 2016
Upper left photo


Son
Matthew Ikaika
Lualualei, Hawaii 2010
Upper right photo


Dad & Sons
Ikaika, Keola & Kona 2005
Center


Grandfather
Don Keola
Lualualei, HI. 2010
Lower left photo


Grandfather & Dad
Ikaika & Kona
Kapolei, HI. 2016
Lower right photo


Steam Locomotives
Steam locomotives, or "Iron Dinosaurs", are still used in the sugar towns of Occidental Negros. Machinery that helped build the sugar capital of the philippines. They haul cane from the fields to the mills through narrow-gauge railroad tracks that, at certain points, span rivers and ravines.


Maskara Festival
Maskara Festival, held every fourth week of October coinciding with the city´s anniversary in Bacolod, climaxes in a street parade with revellers in colourful costumes and smiling masks of various designs.



"Where are the brothers" by Project Kuleana

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Kona Jugoz

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