Edward Griffin Hitchcock
Sheriff of the Island of Hawaii April 5, 1888 to 1893.
Marshall of the Hawaiian Islands (The highest ranking law enforcement officer in the country). March 27, 1893 to
August 1, 1895.
Sheriff of the Island of Hawaii August 1, 1895 to October 1896 when he was appointed Circuit Court Judge of the Island of Hawaii.
Portrait of Marshal Hitchcock wearing his 14k gold Marshal of the Hawaiian Islands presentation badge.
Portrait of Sheriff Hitchcock wearing his 14k gold Sheriff of the Island of Hawaii badge. It is known that he had at least two 14k Sheriff badges from the big island.
Back of 14k gold Sheriff badge: To / E. G. Hitchcock / on his Return / August 1, 1895 / from the Hilo Police.
Back of 14k gold badge showing presentation:
C. G. Hitchcock
Mar’ 20’ 1894 from The Police of Hawaii.
14k gold Marshal Hawaiian Islands badge. Marshal was the highest ranking law enforcement officer in the country and all the Sheriff’s of the various islands reported to him.
14k gold Sheriff of Hawaii badge presented to
E. G. HItchcock.
The Daily Bulleting February 23,, 1895
The Hawaiian Gazette April 2, 1895
Evening Bulletin February 6, 1888
The Hawaiian Gazette April 3, 1888
The Honolulu Advertiser April 9, 1888
Evening Bulletin March 22, 1893
The Hawaiian Gazette March 28, 1893
The Hawaiian Star April 5, 1893
The Hawaiian Star September 2, 1893
The Hawaiian Star February 1, 1895
The Hawaiian Star April 17, 1894
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