Toloumu Malota Tuilaepa Esekia

10 February 1900–5 April 1964 (Age 64)
Falefa, Va'a-o-Fonoti, Upolu, Samoa

The Life of Toloumu

When Toloumu Malota Tuilaepa Esekia was born on 10 February 1900, in Falefa, Va'a-o-Fonoti, Upolu, Samoa, his father, Tuilaepa Esekia Toloumu Tuilaepa, was 25 and his mother, Faafili Leutele Malota, was 33. He married Susi Leniu in 1920, in Samoa. They were the parents of at least 2 sons and 4 daughters. He died on 5 April 1964, in Samoa, at the age of 64.

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Family Time Line

Toloumu Malota Tuilaepa Esekia
1900–1964
Susi Leniu
1905–1993
Marriage: 1920
FofogaoAtua Amia Malota
1921–2017
Gafa Malota Esekia
1937–1965
Taifau Malota Esekia
1928–
Sioloa Leupolu
1930–1986
Vasasou Malota Esekia
1936–1989
Taliilagi Telesia Malota Esekia
1938–2017

Spouse and Children

MARRIAGE
1920
Samoa
children

(6)

    FofogaoAtua Amia Malota

    Female1921–2017Female

    Taifau Malota Esekia

    Male1928–Male

    Sioloa Leupolu

    Female1930–1986Female

    Vasasou Malota Esekia

    Male1936–1989Male

    Gafa Malota Esekia

    Female1937–1965Female

+1 More Child

Parents and Siblings

    Tuilaepa Esekia Toloumu Tuilaepa

    Male1875–Male

    Faafili Leutele Malota

    Female1867–Female

siblings

(2)

World Events (3)

1914

Age 14

New Zealand occupies Western Samoa during World War I and continues to administer it after the war by virtue of a League of Nations mandate (and a United Nations mandate after World War II).
1939

Age 39

U.S. troops stationed in Western Samoa during World War II, but no battles are fought on the islands.
1962

Age 62

Western Samoa becomes independent, the first Pacific island nation to do so.

Name Meaning

1 Czech and Slovak: from a short form of Miloslav, Bohumil or some other personal name formed with Old Slavic mil ‘grace’, ‘mercy’.2 Possibly an Americanized spelling of Hungarian Milotai or Milotay, a habitational name for someone from a village called Milota in Szatmár county in northeastern Hungary. The place name is of Slavic origin.

Dictionary of American Family Names © Patrick Hanks 2003, 2006.

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