Dr. Augur, Disciple of ’Abdu’l-Baha was born in New Haven, Connecticut and educated at Yale University. In 1898 Dr. Augur and his wife Ruth and their son Morris moved to Hawaii. Sometime in 1909 the Augur’s became Bahá’ís.
In 1914 Dr. Augur became the first to pioneer in Japan. ‘Abdu’l-Baha wrote to him saying, “O thou herald of the Kingdom of God! … A thousand times bravo to thy high magnanimity and exalted aim!” Shoghi Effendi later elevated Dr. Augur to the rank of a Disciple of ‘Abdu’l-Baha.
Directions from Honolulu Airport to Dr. George Augur’s gravesite
The gravesite is located in Oahu Cemetery at 2162 Nuuanu Avenue, about nine (9) miles from the Honolulu International Airport. The hours of the cemetery are 7:00 am to 6:00 pm
• When exiting the airport, take the Interstate Highway 1 East (H-1 East) – proceed from the off ramp to the far left lane.
• Take the Pali Highway exit 21A. After exiting right, turn left at the traffic light to Pali Highway 62.
• After about 1 mile, exit onto Wyllie Street (right). That exit takes you over the Pali Highway to a light at the corner of Wyllie St. and Nuuanu Avenue.
• Turn left on Nuuanu Avenue. Just after Robinson Lane turn right into Oahu Cemetery (2162 Nuuanu Avenue). Parking is free at the Oahu Cemetery Chapel.
• Dr. George Augur’s resting place is on this side of Oahu Cemetery. Martha Root’s gravesite is across the street on the opposite side of Nuuanu Avenue in the other section of Oahu Cemetery.
For more detailed directions, at the cemetery, see pdf file – Directions to Dr.Augur’s gravesite