Henry Bond Restarick

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The Right Reverend

Henry Bond Restarick
Bishop of Hawaii
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ChurchEpiscopal Church
Elected17 April 1902
In office1902-1920
PredecessorAlfred Willis
SuccessorJohn Dominique LaMothe
ConsecrationJuly 1902
Personal details
Born(1854-12-26)December 26, 1854
Somerset, England
DiedDecember 8, 1933(1933-12-08) (aged 78)
Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
BuriedO'ahu Cemetery, Honolulu

Henry Bond Restarick (26 December 1854 - 8 December 1933) was the first American bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Hawaii.


He was born in Somerset, England, and studied at King James Collegiate School in Bridgwater, England, and at Griswold College in Davenport, Iowa. He was ordained in 1882. He was appointed Bishop of Hawaii on 17 April 1902, and resigned on 27 Oct 1920. He was also editor of the Hawaiian Church Chronicle, trustee and president of the Hawaiian Historical Society, and president of the Library of Hawaii, a post which he held from 1927 to 1931.[1]


  1. ^ "Dr. Restarick dead; ex-Bishop of Hawaii". New York Times. 9 December 1933. p. 15.

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