Makawao Cemetery is the final resting place of a few nineteenth century missionaries and a larger number of descendants of the missionaries. The purpose of this accounting is to place those descendants in historical context. In order to clarify, a specific location will be added to this list of missionaries who are buried in other cemeteries.
- Alexanders, Richard and Clarissa; Baldwins, Dwight; William P. and Mary
- Alexander, William Patterson
- Andrews, Lorrin and Mary
- Armstrong, Richard and Clarissa Chapman
- Bailey, Edward and Caroline Hubbard
- Baldwins, Dwight David and Charlotte Fowler
- Beckwith, Martha Warren
- Beckwith; Armstrong
- Chamberlain, Levi and Maria Patton
- Cooke, Amos Starr and Juliette Montague
- Green, Jonathan S. and Asenath
- Judd, Gerrit
- Pogue, John Fawcett and Maria Whitney
- Smith, James William and Millicent Knapp
- Turner, Charlotte L.
Map of land by Metcalf in 1847 shows the start of land distribution in the mid-nineteenth century
Land granted to Rev. J. S. Green may have become the location of the first foreign church and later the cemetery.