Very incomplete list!
Kazuhisa Abe (1914-1996) —
of Hilo, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii
County, Hawaii; Kaneohe, Island of Oahu, Honolulu
Born in Pepeekeo, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii
County, Hawaii, January
district judge in Hawaii, 1940-44; member of Hawaii
territorial senate, 1952-59; member of Hawaii
state senate, 1960-66; justice of
Hawaii state supreme court, 1967-74; appointed 1967.
Suffered a fall in
his home, caused by a stroke,
and died soon after, in Hilo Medical
Center, Hilo, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii
County, Hawaii, May 18,
1996 (age 82 years, 121
of Manshiro Abe and Matsuyo (Fujiwara) Abe; married, December
9, 1939, to Haruko Murakami.|
Edmund Gerald Brown, Jr. (b. 1938) —
also known as Edmund G. Brown, Jr.; Jerry Brown;
"Governor Moonbeam" —
of Los Angeles, Los
Angeles County, Calif.; Oakland, Alameda
Born in San
Francisco, Calif., April 7,
delegate to Democratic National Convention from California, 1968;
of state of California, 1971-75; Governor of
California, 1975-83, 2011-; candidate for Democratic nomination
for President, 1976,
candidate for U.S.
Senator from California, 1982; California
Democratic state chair, 1989-91; mayor
of Oakland, Calif., 1999-2007; California
state attorney general, 2007-10.
Still living as of 2019.
Cora L. E. Christian —
also known as Cora Christian —
of St. Croix, Virgin
Independent candidate for Governor of
U.S. Virgin Islands, 2002.
ancestry. Member, American Medical
Still living as of 2003.
Sufi Abdul Hamid (1903-1938) —
also known as Abdul Hamid; Eugene Brown; "The
Black Hitler"; "The Harlem Hitler";
"Bishop Amiru-Al-Mu-Minim Sufi Abdul
of Manhattan, New York
Born in Lowell, Middlesex
County, Mass., January
Self-styled cleric; labor
leader; claimed to be from Egypt or Sudan; wore a turban and a
green velvet cloak with gold braid; led picketing of stores in Harlem
whose proprietors refused to hire African-American employees;
rallies in Harlem where he denounced
Jews; said he was "the only one fit to carry on the war against
the Jews"; Americo-Spanish candidate for New York
state assembly from New York County 17th District, 1933; arrested
in october 1934; tried and
found guilty on misdemeanor charges of making a
public speech without a permit, and selling books without a
license, and sentenced
to ten days in jail;
of inciting the 1935 riot in Harlem, which led to injunctions
against his activities; in January 1938, his estranged wife,
Stephanie St. Clair, ambushed him outside his house, and shot
at him five times, but he was not seriously hurt; founded the
Buddhist Universal Holy Temple of Tranquility.
Buddhist or Muslim.
Killed, along with his pilot, when his Cessna J-5 airplane ran out of
fuel and crashed
near Wantagh, Nassau
County, Long Island, N.Y., July 30,
1938 (age 35 years, 205
Mazie K. Hirono (b. 1947) —
of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Honolulu
Born in Fukushima, Japan,
member of Hawaii
state house of representatives, 1981-94; Lieutenant
Governor of Hawaii, 1994-2002; delegate to Democratic National
Convention from Hawaii, 1996,
candidate for Governor of
Hawaii, 2002; U.S.
Representative from Hawaii 2nd District, 2007-.
ancestry. Member, Phi
Still living as of 2014.
Henry C. Johnson, Jr. (b. 1954) —
also known as Hank Johnson —
of Lithonia, DeKalb
Born in Washington,
Democrat. Lawyer; DeKalb
County Commissioner, 2001-06; U.S.
Representative from Georgia 4th District, 2007-; delegate to
Democratic National Convention from Georgia, 2008.
Still living as of 2014.
Shiro Kashiwa (1912-1998) —
Born in Kohala, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii
County, Hawaii, October
Republican. Lawyer; Hawaii
state attorney general, 1959-63; Judge
of U.S. Court of Claims, 1972-82; Judge
of U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, 1982-86.
ancestry. Member, American Bar
Judicature Society; Phi
Died in Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Honolulu
County, Hawaii, March
13, 1998 (age 85 years, 140