Tifitifi Mulitalo Liufau

28 May 1906–18 December 1978 (Age 72)
Aua, Maoputasi, Eastern, American Samoa

The Life of Tifitifi Mulitalo

When Tifitifi Mulitalo Liufau was born on 28 May 1906, in Aua, Maoputasi, Eastern, American Samoa, her father, Liufau Mulitalo Siaunuua Tuifakano, was 37 and her mother, Mulimauga Faua'a Satele, was 26. She married Uitime Fa'afili Fiame Sagapolutele on 6 January 1923. They were the parents of at least 4 sons and 6 daughters. She died on 18 December 1978, in Apia, Tuamasaga, Upolu, Samoa, at the age of 72.

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Family Time Line

Uitime Fa'afili Fiame Sagapolutele
1889–1984
Tifitifi Mulitalo Liufau
1906–1978
Marriage: 6 January 1923
Faapalemata Nuanua o le alofa Uitime
1924–2016
Funealii Tafaogalupe Lesiolagi Falatugatuga Stewart
1928–
Lavatai Iosia Uitime Faafili
1932–
Uputaua Sagapolutele
1927–
sagapolutele sipaia uitime
1929–2004
Maasina Sagapolutele
1931–1933
Talafaalelotu Uitime
1935–1995
Iosia Sagapolutele
1937–
Lumaava Sagapolutele
1939–2018
Mataniufeagaimaleata Sagapolutele
1941–1942

Spouse and Children

MARRIAGE
6 January 1923
children

(10)

    Faapalemata Nuanua o le alofa Uitime

    Female1924–2016Female

    Uputaua Sagapolutele

    Female1927–Female

    Funealii Tafaogalupe Lesiolagi Falatugatuga Stewart

    Female1928–Female

    sagapolutele sipaia uitime

    Male1929–2004Male

    Female1931–1933Female

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Parents and Siblings

siblings

(10)

    Iosefo Filiga Liufau

    Male1900–Male

    Male1904–1973Male

    Female1906–1978Female

    Mulitalo Liufau

    Male1907–1907Male

    Misa Liufau

    Male1910–Male

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World Events (6)

1914

Age 8

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).
1914

Age 8

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).
1926

Age 20

American Samoa is devestated by a hurricane. Olosega, in the Manua Islands, suffered the most. The Navy Department gave the Territory 50 tons of rice, 10 tons of salmon and 15 tons of biscuits.

Name Meaning

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Sources (3)

  • Tifitifi M Liufau, "American Samoa, Vital Records, 1850-1930"
  • Tifitifi Uitime, "American Samoa, Passenger Lists and Travel Documents, 1918-1965"
  • Tifitifi, "American Samoa, Passenger Lists and Travel Documents, 1918-1965"

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