Rev. Orramel Hinckley Gulick - Born In Hawaii 1830

Last Updated: Jun 22, 2017 PST

PICTURE: Orramel Hinckley Gulick 1900Name: Orramel Hinckley Gulick
Born: Honolulu, Hawaii Oct. 7, 1830
Schools: Punahou, Oahu, Hawaii
Station: Waiohinu (Hawaii) 1862-1865; Waialua (Oahu) 1865-1869
Married: Honolulu, Hawaii, May 19, 1855 (Ann Eliza Clark)
Died: [1923]
Other: He was educated at Punahou on Oahu, being one of the foundation scholars. He became the 2nd mate of the Morning Star [Hawaiian missionary ship] in 1857, and the 1st mate in 1858. He later was ordained in 1862 and was stationed at Waiohinu, Hawaii from 1862-65 and as Principal of Waialua Girls' Boarding School on Oahu from 1865-69. As a missionary of the A. B. C. F. M. he was stationed in Kobe, Japan from 1870-1892 Later he worked in the Hawaiian Islands in the Japanese work (1893-).
Source: [1] Picture: Orramel Hinckley Gulick 1900[1]

PICTURE: Mrs. Ann Eliza (Clark) Gulick 1900Wife: Mrs. Ann Eliza (Clark) Gulick
Born: Honolulu, Hawaii Aug. 8, 1833
Married: Honolulu, Hawaii, May 19, 1855 (Orramel Hinckley Gulick)
Children: 5 adopted children
Died: [1938]
Other: She was Home Schooled attended Punahou School, Oahu and Mt. Holyoke Seminary. She actively shared in all the missionary labors of her husband serving in the Hawaiian Islands, Japan and later for the Japanese in the Hawaiian Islands.
Source: [1] Picture: Mrs. Ann Eliza (Clark) Gulick 1900[1]





  • [1] Extracted From "Portraits of American Protestant Missionaries to Hawaii" (1901) - Published by the Hawaiian Mission Children's Society