There is no “create a new record/certificate “ in Hawaii except by fraud, etc. If there is an error in the original it is corrected by lining thru the original incorrect info, one line, initialing it, and refiling it as-is. Adoptions are a good example. The new name is anotated, authority noted, and the change initialed. The original document is “forever”. I have examples of these circumstances in my own family files having lived there many years and having one son born there.
It’s because I have exact examples of the way the Hawaiians keep records from the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, 90’s, and early Oughts that I know what they’re supposed to look like and Obamuzzie’s ain’t quite “it “. They lost me with use of the race “African”. The copy of the COLB should have been a photostat——but I digress. His docs are phony for a whole row of reasons.
Good post! Thanks.