File:Robert C. Wyllie tomb - Royal Mausoleum, Honolulu, HI.jpg

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"Mr. Robert C. Wyllie was from Scotland, and he arrived in Hawai‘i in 1840, and became very close with the Kamehameha family, serving three Kamehameha Kings--King Kamehameha III, IV and V--in various government capacities. Mostly he was Foreign Minister of Hawai‘i. And he helped Hawai‘i with making treaties between the world powers at that time, and having them recognize Hawai‘i’s independence and sovereignty, signing these treaties with France, Germany, and England, the United States. So Mr. Wyllie was an actual family member of the Kamehamehas.

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