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Tisina Wolfgramm Gerber donated the information which was collected by her family and they were microfilmed. ''[Iohani and Salote Wolfgramm Papers]'' (Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 2003) [[*,0,0 FHL film 1224623]]. The papers on this microfiom include the charts of the royal families which Iohani gathered in the 1050s before he left for the United States.
*<u>''95 Genealogy Charts of Royal Families, Nobles, and Chiefs from `Ahoeitu and Tangaloa and his son `Ahoeitu (the first Tui Tonga, 950 A.D.) to Tui Ha`atakalaua, 1450, including the Ha`a Túi Kanokupolu line''</u>''.'' <span id="fck_dom_range_temp_1246894348546_939" />(This is not a complete record, but only a few from the Genealogy papers of Iohani and Salote Wolfgramm). *<u>''Amelia Tamaha Records from the year 1844''</u> *<u>''Túi Latai Mataele ''(''who came from the royal lines) book of records&nbsp;''</u>''(''copied from the Tongan Royal Palace'').'' *<u>''Veikune book of records of Queen Matáaho’s father.''</u> *<u>''77 Genealogy Charts of Royal Families, Nobles, and Chiefs from `Ahueitu and Tangaloa and his son `Aho Eitu, the first Tui Tonga 950 A.D. to Takulaua Tui, Ha`a Takalaua 1450, including the Ha'a Túi Kanokupolu line.''</u>These charts are in larger print, with some additional names than are found on the 99 Genealogy Charts of Royal Families, Nobles, and Chiefs in this same collection.
'''Kakolosi Tui’one's Tongan Pedigree Maps and CD'''
<u>Kakolosi K. Tui’one, ''Tongan Pedigree Charts Including Royal Lineages'' </u>(West Valley City, Utah: K. Tui'one, 2002) [[*,0,0 CD-ROM no. 1125 supp.; PEDIGREE no. 2182 pt. 1-71]]
During his life, ''Kakolosi Tui’one ''<span id="fck_dom_range_temp_1246894537531_726" />worked hard to collect the records of the royal family of Tonga. He was given permission in 1949 to copy the records of the royal family.&nbsp;These records are on “maps” or ''hohoko ''charts. They are on a Compact Disc that must be read by a ''Computer Assisted Design (AutoCAD14) ''program. (It is not possible to see what is on the CD by loading it onto a regular word processing program).
'''The Cole Jensen Collection'''
An important collection of copied genealogies for Tonga is found in the <u>''Cole-Jensen Collection: Oral Genealogies and Genealogical Information Collected from the Polnesian Peoples and from the Pacific Islands.''</u>&nbsp; These records were collected over a 50 year period and microfilmed in 1984 by the Genealogical Sociey of Utah.&nbsp; The original collection consisted of 51 binders.&nbsp; The original materials no longer exist as an intact collection.&nbsp; However, there are nine microfilms: '''1358001''' through 1'''358009''', available at various family history centers.&nbsp; This collection sontains family group records, pedigree charts, and oral genealoges collected from the lslands of Hawaii, New Zealand, Samoa, Tonga, Niue, Cook Ilslands, and French Polynesia, including the Society, Marquesas, Austral Islands, and the Tuamotu Archipelago.&nbsp; The following microfilms contain Tongan information:
'''1358004''':&nbsp; Newspaper article with pictures of Queen Salote Tupou III and Tongan genealogies from Binder 20.
'''''Village level.''''' Some records are only about one village, for example, Hoi. To start, open the the Place Search by [*,0,0 clicking here]. Then find records at the village level by typing the name of the village in the ''Place'' field, and then clicking on the '''Search''' button. In the ''Place Search Results'' click the blue underlined name of the village. Then click the blue underlined topic of interest for that village to see titles under that topic. Click the blue underlined title to see more details. If available, also click the '''View Film Notes''' button.
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