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Kekoolani Family
Genealogy No. 1

The First Chiefly Lineage of Lillian Kaeo Kanakaole Kekoolani and her Great Grandchildren

100 Generations

 

 

This is a genealogy belonging to Lillian Kaeo Kanakaole Kekoolani through her great-grandmother Sarah Kanauilono Davis ("Kale"), daughter of Isaac Davis and the chiefess Nakai. The starting point of this genealogy can be located in the Kumulipo Geneaolgy (chant) at line No.1713 (Beckwith transcription). From that point, it is possible to go back further in the Kumulipo chant an additional 166 generations to a very early ancestor named Opu'upu'u (born about 5000 B.C.). One can follow the Kumulipo and go from Opu'upu'u even further back an additional 400 generations into mythical times. There one arrives at the first true human being from whom all others are said to come. She is an Eve-like female named named La'ila'i (born about 16,000 B.C.). She believed to be the Great Mother of all people around the world.

 

This genealogy also shows how the Kekoolani family is descended from the Isaac Davis, the trusted Welsh military advisor and friend of Kamehameha, and also from Capt. Alexander Adams, the Brig Pilot of Honolulu for Kamehameha who came from Scotland. This chiefly genealogy of Lillian Kekoolani begins at 513 B.C., with each generation computed as 25 years.Lillian Kekoolani is buried at the Old Mormon Cemetery at Kalopa, Hamakua, Hawaii along with many of her children and other members of the Kekoolani family. The small family cemetery at Kalopa, Hawaii was rededicatedin 2004.

 

This list was also edited and revised by our family in 2004 to more closely conform with the genealogies taughtby our great great grandfather Solomon Lehuanui Kalaniomaiheuila Peleioholani (1843-1916), an ali'i, a premier genealogist and an expert in Hawaiian Antiquities. Our family's private genealogies will therefore sometimes conflict with those based on the more familiar genealogical traditions used by the public from David Malo, Samuel Kamakau, Abraham Forander, and others. However, like many ali'i families in Hawaii, we are convinced of the genealogical expertise of S.L.K. Peleioholani, who is descended from the old island kings and high chiefs himself, and we defer to his judgment concerning our ancestors' correct names, titles, honors, spouses and children.

 

This is a lineage which includes the kings and sacred high chiefs of the old independent kingdom of Hawaii (Big Island). Therefore it usually agrees with the accepted and familiar genealogical traditions of the islands of Hawai'i Island and Maui, except where corruption has lead to errors which have been authoritatively corrected by the writings of Solomon L.K. Peleioholani. In particular, this genealogy treats the famous twins Hanalaa-nui and Hanalaa-iki as grandfather and grandson. It includes many more pi'o unions (sacred royal brother-sister unions) than are usually associated with the foundational chiefs of Hawaii, pushing back the historical threshold of this practice several hundred years, making it an older and more culturally important pratice than previously believed. Our family genealogy also places greater emphasis on the female lineage than other versions of this same genealogy. Also, the famous Paumakuas, unrelated chiefs of Maui and Oahu often mistaken for each other, now include yet a third chief of the same name associated with Hawaii Island. The chief Heleipawa is named, but his alter ego and possible father or son called Kapawa in other genealogies is not mentioned here.

 

Solomon L.K. Peleioholani stated in 1914 that the different island genealogies are confused and contradictory regarding the period before Wakea and Papa, including who their parents were. Each island, and sometimes different chiefly families on the same island, follow different traditions. Peleioholani said there was one authoritive genealogy which superceded all others in scope, accuracy and sacredness. Surprisingly, it is not the famous Kumulipo. It is a mystical cosmogony and genealogy chant like the Kumulipo called the "Hookumu-ka-lani Hookumu-ka-honua", which remains lost. A commentary on that chant (1914) by Peleioholani and a few important prayers (pule) were preserved by him and still exist in manuscript form. But the full Hookumu-ka-lani chant and the important genealogy it contained have not yet been found.

 

So our family follows the practice of preserving the contradictory Wakea and Papa traditions of each particular island and the differing beliefs of our chiefly ancestors in our genealogies. Each of our family genealogies which begins before Wakea and Papa follows the tradition of that island or ancestral chiefly line. The following genealogy, accordingly, being a Big Island chiefly lineage commences with the genealogy of Wakea and Papa as it appears in the Kumulipo, which most likely originated with the priests of Lono on Kauai and Oahu but evolved over centuries into an important Maui and Big Island tradition, being recited on the occasion of the birth of Kalaninuiiamamao, son of King Keawe of Hawaii (Keaweikekahialiiokamoku).

 

The ancient religious customs of our people included intermarriage among immediate members of the royal family in order to preserve their bloodline, which was considered to be sacred. This sacred blood was believed to flow in the veins of a hereditary class of "kapu" ruling chiefs (Ali'i Kapu) who often provided the Hawaiian people their various island kings and queens. It was taught that the welfare of the Hawaiian people as a whole was linked to the preservation of this chiefly bloodline (koko). These interfamily unions were regulated by the priesthood according to strict breeding protocols. Such marriages between closely related family members were highly controlled state affairs supervised by a priestly caste who specialized in genealogical matters pertaining to the royal family line, and not practiced by ordinary Hawaiian people. These marriages are designated in the following genealogy by the old Hawaiian terms "Pio" (brother-sister marriage) and "Ho'i" (aunt-nephew, uncle-niece, and occasionally father-daughter or mother-son marriages in the case of kings and ruling queens).

 

There are additionally, many more technical terms in the old Hawaiian language which were used to describe very precise distinctions within these two chiefly ranks and then even finer levels of rank as determined by each chief's personal inherited kapus. But in this genealogy we use the broader terms Pi'o and Ho'i as they are generally understood by contemporary cultural practioners and genealogists rather than the older but more exact chiefly designations used by those who determined the ranking of chiefs of Old Hawaii.

 

 

Na Makuakane (Father)

 

Na Makuahine (Mother)

Na Keiki (Child)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

From the Kumulipo Genealogy (Beginning in the Kumulipo Chant at line 1713)

1

513 B.C.

Kumuhonua

 

Haloiho
(Kaloiho)

Ahukai

2

488 B.C.

Ahukai

 

Holehana

Kapili

3

463 B.C.

Kapili

 

Alonainai

Kawakupua

4

438 B.C.

Kawakupua

 

Heleaeiluna

Kawakahiko

5

413 B.C.

Kawakahiko

 

Kahohaia

Kahikolupa

6

388 B.C.

Kahikolupa

 

Lukaua

Kahikoleikau

7

363 B.C.

Kahikoleikau

 

Kupomakaikaelene

Kahikoleiulu

8

338 B.C.

Kahikoleiulu

 

Kanemakaikaelene

Kahikoleihonua

9

313 B.C.

Kahikoleihonua

 

Haakookeau

Haakoakoalaulani

10

288 B.C.

Haakoakoalaulani

 

Kaneiakoakanioe

Kupo

11

263 B.C.

Kupo

 

Lanikupo

Nahaeikekua

12

238 B.C.

Nahaeikekua

 

Hanailuna

Keakenui

13

213 B.C.

Keakenui

 

Laheamanu

Kahianahinakii-Akea

14

188 B.C.

Kahianahinakii-Akea

 

Luanahinakiipapa

Koluanahinakii

15

163 B.C.

Koluanahinakii

 

Hanahina

Limanahinakii

16

138 B.C.

Limanahinakii

 

Onohinakii

Hikiuanahina

17

113 B.C.

Hikiuanahina

 

Waluanahina

Iwahinakiiakea
(Iwahina)

18

88 B.C.

Iwahinakiiakea
(Iwahina)

 

Lohanakiipapa
(Umiwahinakiipapa)

Welaahilaninui

19

63 B.C.

Welaahilaninui

 

Owe

Kahikoluamea (I) (k.)
(
Kahiko, Kahiko Luamea)

20

38 B.C.

Kahikoluamea (I)
(
Kahiko, Kahiko Luamea)

 

Kupulanakehau

Wakea

 

 

 

From Solomon Lehuanui Kalaniomaiheuila Peleioholani

 

21

13 B.C.

Wakea

 

Papa
(Papanuihanaumoku, Haumea)

Hoohokukalani (w.)

 

 

 

 

 

Haloa (The First)
Died young. From his buried body sprouted the first Kalo (Taro) plant which was calle "lau kapalili"

22

13 A.D.

Wakea

Ho'i

Hoohokukalani

Haloa (The Second)
(Lauloa, Haloa-o-Lauloa)

23

38 A.D.

Haloa (The Second)
(Lauloa, Haloa-o-Lauloa)

Pi'o

Hoohokukalani

Hinaaihoouluae
(Hinamanouluae, Hinamanoluae)

24

63 A.D.

Haloa (The Second)
(Lauloa, Haloa-o-Lauloa)

Ho'i

Hinaaihoouluae
(Hinamanouluae, Hinamanoluae)
Legend from the Kumulipo Chant says that this is Papa (Haumea) reincarnated for the first of five cycles, mating with her own descendants.

Waia (k.) (Owaia)

 

 

 

 

Huhune (w.)

25

88 A.D.

Waia (Owaia)

Pi'o

Huhune
Papa (Haumea) reincarnated for the second of five cycles, mating with her own descendants.

Hananaloa (k.)
(Hinanalo)

 

 

 

 

Hauiki (w.)
(Haunu'u)

26

113 A.D.

Hinanalo
(Hananalo)

Pi'o

Haunuu (w.)
(Hauiki)
Papa (Haumea) reincarnated for the third of five cycles, mating with her own descendants.

Haulani (w.)

27

138 A.D.

Nanakehili
(Nanakaihili)

 

Haulani
Papa (Haumea) reincarnated for the fourth of five cycles, mating with her own descendants.

Waia-loa (k.)
(Wailea, Manaku)

 

 

 

 

Hikawaakaunu (w.)
(Hikawaopuaianea)

28

163 A.D.

Waia-loa
(Wailea, Manaku)

Pi'o

Hikawaakaunu (Hikawaopuaianea)
Papa (Haumea) reincarnated for the fifthof five cycles, mating with her own descendants.
The Kumulipo Chants says that Papa (Haumea) was discovered to be reincarnating herself, then everyone saw her true appearance and she was old, cold and uninviting.

Kio (k.)

 

 

 

 

Kamuileilani (w.)

29

188 A.D.

Kio

Pi'o

Kamuoleilani (Kamole)

Ole (k.)

 

 

 

 

 

Haihailauahea (w.)
(Hai)

30

213 A.D.

Ole

Pi'o

Haihailauahea (Hai)

Kahikoluamea (II) (w.)

31

238 A.D.

Pupue

 

Kahikolaumea (II)

Kawaamaukele

32

263 A.D.

Kaealuanui
or Luanu'u (I)

 

Kawaamaukele

Hinakoula

33

288 A.D.

Kukii
(Ki'i)

 

Hinakoula

Nanaulu
(Nana'ulu)

 

 

 

 

 

Ulu
('Ulu)

 

 

 

 

 

Kapumaleolani
(Kapomaleolani)

34

313 A.D.

Nanaulu
(Nana'ulu)

Pi'o

Kapumaleolani
(Kapomaleolani)

Kahauomokuleia (w)

 

 

Nanaulu
(Nana'ulu)

 

Ulukou

Nanamea (k)
(Nana-mea)

 

 

Ulu
('Ulu)

 

Kaulani (the 1st)

Nanaele

35

338 A.D.

Nanaele

Pi'o

Kahauomokuleia

Hina-a-Hinaau (w.) (Hinakinau)

 

 

Nanaie

 

Kahauomokuleia

Nanailani (k.)

36

363 A.D.

Nanailani

Pi'o

Hina-a-Hinaau (Hinakinau)

Kekaulani (w.)
(Kekeaulani)

 

 

 

 

 

Waikumaikalani (k.) (Waikulani)

37

388 A.D.

Waikumaikalani
(Waikulani)

Pi'o

Kekaulani (Kekeaulani)

Kaohikiula (w.)

 

 

 

 

 

Kuheleimoana (k.)

38

413 A.D.

Kuheleimoana

Pi'o

Kaohikiula

Kaululena (w.)

 

 

Kuheleimoana

 

Mapunaiaala
(Mapunaia'a'ala)

Wawena (k.)
(Waolena)

39

438 A.D.

Kanekakauhu

 

Kaululena

Hinamanuia
(Hina-mahuia)

40

463 A.D.

Wawena
(Waolena)

Ho'i

Hinamanuia
(Hina-mahuia)

Hina-a-ke-Ka
(Hinakawea)

41

488 A.D.

Akalana-a-Kahiki
(Manaiakalani)

 

Hina-a-ke-Ka
(Hinakawea)

Hinakapaikua (w.)
(Hinaikapaikua)

 

 

 

 

 

Maui-mua (k.)

 

 

 

 

 

Maui-Kikii (k.)

 

 

 

 

 

Maui-waena (k.)

 

 

 

 

 

Maui-a-Kalana (k.)
(Maui-a-Kamalo)

42

513 A.D.

Maui-a-Kalana
(Maui-a-Kamalo)

 

Hinaakealoha
(Hinakealohaia)

Nana-maoa (k.)

 

 

 

Hinaakeka (w.)

43

538 A.D.

Nana-maoa

Ho'i

Hinakapaikua
(Hinaikapaikua)

Nana-kulei (k.)

 

 

Maui-a-Kalana

Pi'o

Hinakapaikua

Kahikiokalani (w.)

44

563 A.D.

Nana-kulei

 

Kehaukuhonua

Nana-kaoko (k.)

45

588 A.D.

Nana-kaoko

Ho'i

Kahikiokalani

Heleipawa (k.)

 

 

Nana-kaoko

 

Hinamakanui

Kanikaniaula (k.)
(Kookookumailani, Kaonohikalani)

46

613 A.D.

Heleipawa

Pi'o

Kanikaniaula
(Kookookumailani, Kaonohikalani)

Hinamaikalani
(Hinakaikalani, Hulumanailani)

47

638 A.D.

Hulumanailani

 

Hinamaikalani
(Hinakaikalani, Hulumanailani)
Malo and Forander incorrectly refer to this woman by her husband's name, "Hulumanailani".

Aikanaka (k.)
(Aikane)

 

 

Kikealana

 

Hinamaikalani

Hinaaikamalama (w.) (Hinahanaiakamalama)

48

663 A.D.

Aikanaka
(Aikane)

Pi'o

Hinaaikamalama (w.)
(Hinahanaiakamalama, Hinawaikolii)

Puna (k.)
(Puna-i-mua)

 

 

 

 

 

Hema (k.)

49

688 A.D.

Puna
(Puna-i-mua)

 

Hinalauohia
(Hina-alauohia)

Ua (k.)

 

 

 

 

 

Kahilinai (w.)

50

713 A.D.

Ua

Pi'o

Kahilinai

Hinamaikehoa
(Ulamakehoa, Luamahekoa)

51

738 A.D.

Hema

Ho'i

Hinamaikehoa
(Ulamakehoa, Luamahekoa)

Kahai-nui-a-Hema
(Kahai-Moelea)

 

 

Kaiwakiloumoku

 

Hinamaikehoa

Hinauluohia
(Hina-uluohia)

52

763 A.D.

Kahai-nui-a-Hema
(Kahai-Moelea)

Pi'o

Hinauluohia (Hina-uluohia)

Wahieloa

 

 

Kalamakaopii

 

Hinauluohia

Hoolaukihili
(Hoolaukahiki)

53

788 A.D.

Wahieloa

Pi'o

Hoolaukihili (Hoolaukahiki)

Laka-noho-i-ka-wehiwehi
(Lakaimihau, Laka the God of Hula)

 

 

Lanakakoi

 

Hoolaukihili

Hikawaolena
(Hikawelena)

54

813 A.D.

Laka-noho-i-ka-wehiwehi
(Lakaimihau, Laka the God of Hula)

Pi'o

Hikawaolena
(Hikawelena)

Luanuu (II)

 

 

 

Kapohuleiula
(Kapokuleiulu)

55

838 A.D.

Luanuu (II) (k)

Pi'o

Kapohuleiula
(Kapokuleiulu)

Ulumaikehoa (w.)
(Popomalili)

 

 

Laamea (k)

 

Kapohuleiula

Kaomea (k.)
(Kamea)

56

863 A.D.

Kaomea
(Kamea)

Pi'o

Ulumaikehoa
(Popomalili)

Pohukaina

 

 

 

 

 

Huahuakapolei
(Huahuakapalei)

57

888 A.D.

Pohukaina

Pi'o

Huahuakapolei (Huahuakapalei)

Hua

 

 

 

 

 

Hikimokuleia
(Hikimoluoleo)

58

913 A.D.

Hua

Pi'o

Hikimokuleia
(Hikimoluoleo)

Pau
(Paunuiikeanaina)

 

 

 

 

 

Kapohakia

59

938 A.D.

Pau
(Paunuiikeanaina)

Pi'o

Kapohakia

Huanuiikalalailai (I)
(Hua)

60

963 A.D.

Huanuiikalalailai (I)
(Hua)

 

Kapokulani

Kalanileo (k.)

 

 

 

 

 

Kuheleilani (w.)

 

 

Huanuiikalalailai (I)
(Hua)

 

Kapoea

Paumakua (of Maui) (k.)

61

988 A.D.

Kalanileo

Pi'o

Kuheleilani

Hakalanileo (k.)

 

 

 

 

 

Hoohokukalani (w.)

62

1013 A.D.

Hakalanileo

Pi'o

Hoohokukalani

Paumakua (of Hawai'i Island)

 

 

 

 

 

Manokalililani (w.)

63

1038 A.D.

Paumakua (of Hawai'i Island)

Pi'o

Manokalililani

Haho (k.)

 

 

 

 

 

Kauilaanapa (w.)
(Kauilaianapu)

64

1063 A.D.

Haho

Pi'o

Kauilaanapa (w.)
(Kauilaianapu)

Palena (k.)

 

 

Limaloa-Lialea

 

Kauilaanapa

Hiilani-Hiileialialia (w.)

65

1088 A.D.

Palena

Pi'o

Hiilani-Hiileialialia

Hanala'a-iki (k.)

66

1088 A.D.

Hanala'a-iki

 

Mahuia

Mauiloa (k.)

 

 

Lonoopua

 

Mahuia

Kuaahuula (w.)

67

1113 A.D.

Mauiloa

Pi'o

Kuaahuula

Hanala'a-nui (k.)

 

 

 

 

 

Mahui-a-Lani
(Mahuie)

 

 

Mauiloa

 

Kauhua

Alau (k)

68

1138 A.D.

Hanala'a-nui

Pi'o

Mahui-a-Lani
(Mahuie)

Lanakawai
(Mo'i, Ruler of Hawai'i)

 

 

 

 

 

Kalohialiiokawai (w.)

69

1138 A.D.

Lanakawai
(Mo'i, Ruler of Hawai'i)

Pi'o

Kalohialiiokawai

Laau (k.)

 

 

 

 

Kukamolimaulialoha (Kukamolimolialoha)

70

1163 A.D.

Laau

Pi'o

Kukamolimaulialoha (Kukamolimolialoha)

Pili (k)

 

 

 

 

Hinaaauaku (w.)

71

1188 A.D.

Pili

Pi'o

Hinaaauaku

Koa (k.)

 

 

 

 

 

Hinaauamai (w.)

72

1213 A.D.

Koa

Pi'o

Hinaauamai

Kaloahale (k.)

 

 

 

 

 

Hinamaihelii (w.)

73

1238 A.D.

Kaloahale

Pi'o

Hinamaihelii

Kukahou
(Kukohou)

 

 

Aliiponi

 

Hinamaihelii

Hinaakeuki
(Hineuki)

74

1263 A.D.

Kukahou
(Kukohou)

Pi'o

Hinaakeuki
(Hineuki)

Kanipahu (k.)

 

 

Pokai

 

Hinaakeuki

Alaikauakoko (w.)

75

1288 A.D.

Kanipahu

Pi'o

Alaikauakoko

Kanaloa (k.)
(Kanaloa-a-Alaikauakoko)

 

 

Kauhikei

 

Alaikauakoko

Kumuokalani (w.)

76

1313 A.D.

Kanaloa (k.)
(Kanaloa-a-Alaikauakoko)

Pi'o

Kumuokalani

Huanuiakalailai (II) (k.)

 

 

Kanepapaawa

 

Kumuokalani

Kamakaohaloa (w.)

77

1338 A.D.

Huanuiakalailai (II) (k.)

Pi'o

Kamakaohaloa

Kalahumoku (k.)

 

 

 

 

 

Kahilolaamea (w.)

78

1363 A.D.

Kalahumoku

Pi'o

Kahilolaamea

Ilikialamea (k.)

 

 

 

 

 

Kalamea (I) (w.)

79

1388 A.D.

Ilikialamea

Pi'o

Kalamea (I)

Kalapana (k.)
(Kalapanakuioiomoa)

 

 

Piikalani

 

Kalamea (I)

Makeamakaimalanahae (w.)
(Maemalamaihanai)

80

1413 A.D.

Kalapana (Kalapanakuioiomoa)

Pi'o

Makeamakaimalanahae
(Maemalamaihanai)

Kahaimoeleaikaaikupou (k.)
(Kahaimoeleaikaaikapukupou)

 

 

Haunaakamahala

 

Makeamakaimalanahae

Kapo-a-Kauluhailea (w.)
(Kapoakaulukailaa)

81

1438 A.D.

Kahaimoeleaikaaikupou
(Kahaimoeleaikaaikapukupou)

Pi'o

Kapo-a-Kauluhailea
(Kapoakaulukailaa)

Kalaunuiohua (k.)
(Mo'i, Ruler of Hawaii)

 

 

Kaumaeleleli

 

Kapo-a-Kauluhailea

Kamaka-o-Hua

 

 

Manini

 

Kapo-a-Kauluhailea

Kaheka (w.)

82

1463 A.D.

Kalaunuiohua
(Mo'i, Ruler of Hawaii)

Pi'o

Kaheka

Kuaiwa (k.)

 

 

Kunuiakanaele

 

Kaheka

Kamuoleilani (w.) (Kamuleilani)

83

1488 A.D.

Kuaiwa

Pi'o

Kamuoleilani (Kamuleilani)

Kahoukapu (Mo'i, Ruler of Hawaii)

 

 

 

 

 

Hukulani (k.)

 

 

 

 

 

Manauea (k.)

 

 

Kuaiwa

 

Kamanawa

Ehu-a-Kaimalina (k)

84

1513 A.D.

Kahoukapu
(Mo'i, Ruler of Hawaii)

 

Laakapu

Kauholanuimahu (k.)

85

1538 A.D.

Kauholanuimahu
(Mo'i Ruler of Hawai'i)

 

Neula

Kihanuilulumoku (Kiha)
(Mo'i Ruler of Hawai'i)

86

1563 A.D.

Kihanuilulumoku (Kiha)
(Mo'i Ruler of Hawai'i)

 

Waoialea

Liloa

 

 

Kihanuilulumoku (Kiha)
(Mo'i Ruler of Hawai'i)

 

Makaoku (w.)

Kaunukupukupu (k.)
(Kaunuamoa)

 

 

 

 

 

Makaoku (k.)

 

 

 

 

 

Laeaiwikahi (k.)

 

 

 

 

 

Kauhinui (w.)

 

 

Kihanuilulumoku (Kiha)
(Mo'i Ruler of Hawai'i)

 

Hina-opio

Hoolana (k.)

87

1588 A.D.

Liloa
(Mo'i, Ruler of Hawa'I Island)

 

Pinea (the 1st)

Kapukini-Nui (w.)

 

 

 

 

Hakau (k.)

 

 

Liloa
(Mo'i, Ruler of Hawa'I Island)

 

Akahiakuleana

Umi (k.)

88

1613 A.D.

Umi
(Mo'i, Ruler of Hawa'I Island)

 

Kapulani-Nui (w.)

Kealiiokaloa (k.) (Keliiokaloa)
(Mo'i, Ruler of Hawa'I Island)

 

 

 

 

Kapukini (II) (w.)

 

 

 

 

 

Keawenui-a-Umi (k.)

 

 

Umi

 

Ohenahena (Henahena)

Kamolanui-a-Umi
(Kamola-nui-a-Umi)

 

 

Umi

 

Kalamea (II) (Kulamea)

Napunanahuanui-a-Umi (w.)
(Kapunanaahuanui-a-Umi)

 

 

Umi

 

Makaalua

Noho-a-Umi (w.)
(Nohowaa-a-Umi)

 

 

Umi

 

Piikea
(Daughter of Piilani, King of Maui)

Aihakoko (w.)

 

 

 

Kumalae (k.)
(Ali'i-o-Hilo)

 

 

Umi

 

Makauhualeiakea (Mokuahualeiakea)

Akahiilikapu (w.)

 

 

Umi

 

Haua

Kauhinuiakanameealani (w.)

89

1638 A.D.

Keliiokaloa (Kealiiokaloa)
(Mo'i, Ruler of Hawa'I Island)

 

Makuawahineapalaka

Kuka'ilani (k.)
(Crown Prince)

90

1663 A.D.

Kuka'ilani (k.)
(Crown Prince)

 

Kaohukiokalani

Kaikilaninui-alii-wahine-o-Puna (w.)
(Kaikilani, Mo'i, Ruling Queen of Hawaii)

 

 

 

 

 

Makakaualii (k.)
(Kamakakaualii)

91

1688 A.D.

Makakaualii (k.)
(Kamakakaualii)

 

Kalanikauanakikilani
(Kalanikauanakinilani)

Uwaikikilani (w.)
(Waikikilani)

 

 

Makakaualii (k.)
(Kamakakaualii)

 

Kapukamola

Iwikauikaua (k.)

 

 

 

 

 

Kapukini (III) (w.)

 

 

 

 

 

Pueopokii (w.)

 

 

Kaikilaninui-alii-wahine-o-Puna
(Kaikilani, Ruling Queen of Hawaii)

 

Kanaloakuaana

Keakealani (k.)

 

 

 

 

Kanaloakapulehu

Kalanioumi (w.)

 

 

 

 

Kanaloakuakawaiea

Keliiokalani (k.)

 

 

 

 

Lonokamakahiki

no issue

92

1713 A.D.

Kuwaluluka

 

Uwaikikilani
(Waikikilani)

Kalimaalualu (k.)
(Nalimaalualu)

93

1738 A.D.

Kalimaalualu
(Nalimaalualu)

 

Kaaoao

Nakai (w.)

94

1763 A.D.

Isaac Davis
("Hueu", Inducted into Ali'i Kapu as the High Chief Hueu-o-Keaolani-Pohaialii by Kamehameha the Great)

 

Nakai

Sarah "Sally" Kaniaulono Davis

 

 

 

Kalakuna (Kalukuna)

George Hueu Davis, Sr.

 

 

 

 

Elizabeth "Betty" Davis

Upon the death of Isaac Davis, his three children were adoptedinto the family of Issac Davis' friend John Young. They were not technically "hanai " since they were not given as gifts, "Nāu ke keiki, kukae ka nāĎau", during infancy to John Young. Nonetheless, the children were raised as members of the Young family, as recorded in The Birthdays of the John Young Family (Bishop Museum, Genealogy Manuscript Collection, G.1.6). We include this family listing in our genealogy out of respect to John Young, who provided a family for our ancestress, the alii wahine Sarah Kaniaulono Davis, first born (hiapo) of Isaac Davis.

95

 

John Young
("Olohana", Inducted into Ali'i Kapu as the High Chief Olohana-I-Kaiwi-I-Nohea by Kamehameha the Great)

 

Kaoanaeha

Lapaki (Robert Young)

 

 

 

 

Namakalua (died in infancy)

 

 

 

 

Kanehoa (James Young)

 

 

 

 

Pane (Fanny Kekalaokalani Young) Mother of Queen Emma

 

 

 

 

Kamaikui (Grace Young)

 

 

 

 

Keaniani (John Young)

 

 

 

 

Kini(Jane Lahilahi Young)

 

 

John Young
(adoptive fother)

 

Kaoanaeha
(adoptive mother)

Kale (Sarah "Sally" Kanauilono Davis) (adopted)

 

 

 

Hueu (George Davis, Sr.) (adopted)

 

 

 

 

 

Peke (Elizabeth "Betty" Davis) (adopted)

96

1790 A.D.

Capt. Alexander Adams

 

Sarah "Sally" Kaniaulono Davis

(Kale )

Alexander "Alika" Napuhako Adams

 

 

 

Isaac Keaumoku Adams

 

 

Capt. Alexander Adams

 

Charlotte Oili Harbottle

John Adams

 

 

 

 

William Kekoolani Adams
The name "Kekoolani" here is coincidence, but indicates that it may have been a commonly given name at some point in Hawaiian history.

 

 

 

 

David Adams

 

 

 

 

 

James A. Napokaikuoholani Adams

 

 

 

 

 

Annie Pouna Paalua Adams

 

 

 

 

 

Victoria Kaailama Adams

 

 

 

 

 

Sarah Isaac Akuma Adams

 

 

Capt. Alexander Adams

 

Sarah Ulukaihonua Harbottle

Mary Punapanawea Adams

97

1818 A.D.

Isaac Keaumoku Adams

 

Keliiopunui Kalanikaukeha
(Keliiopuniu Kalanikaukeha Kaahukoo, Kumaihai)

Sarah Kaniaulono Adams

 

 

 

Alexander Adams

 

 

 

 

David Adams

 

 

 

 

Henrietta Adams

 

 

 

 

Isaac Kapulealii Loakealii Adams

97

1845 A.D.

Samuel Kaeo (Kanakaole)


Samuel'soriginal last name Kanakaole was gradually dropped by others through common practice and the name "Sam Kaeo" became official public record by the time of his death.

 

Sarah Kaniaulono Adams

William Keliikui Kaeo (Kanakaole)

 

 

 

Lillian Kalaniahiahi Kaeo (Kanakaole)

98

1875 A.D.

Charles Peleioholani Kekoolani (Sr.)
(aka Ke-ko'o-lani or "Koolani")
 

Officially known as Charles, son of Peleioholani (Charles Peleioholani), he was given the Hawaiian name "Kekoolani" at birth by his father, the ali'i Solomon L.K. Peleioholani. He was alsosometimes called "Koolani" for short. He became known as Charles Peleioholani Kekoolani. All Kekoolani's living today are descended from him.

 

Lillian Kalaniahiahi Kaeo (Kanakaole)

Charles Peleioholani Kekoolani, Jr.

 

 

 

Sarah Kaniaulono Kekoolani

 

 

 

Nawai Kekoolani, Sr.

 

 

 

Lillian Kalanikiekie Kekoolani

 

 

 

Pearl Kauwanakililani Kekoolani

 

 

 

George Hoolulu Kekoolani, Sr.

 

 

 

Aina Kekoolani

 

 

 

Bertha Kahaumanu Kekoolani

 

 

 

Lucy Kuuleialoha Kekoolani (Kaeo)

 

 

(Charles Peleioholani Kekoolani)
(aka Ke-ko'o-lani or "Koolani")

 

Abigail Kawahinepoaimoku Kaaeae

(children unknown)

The Children of Nawai Kekoolani, Sr. and Emily Hussey

 

 

 

 

 

 

99

1910 A.D.

Nawai Kekoolani

 

Emily Kaelehiwa Hussey

Norman Nawai Kekoolani

 

 

 

 

 

Nawai Kekoolani, Jr.

 

 

 

 

 

Katherine Olivian Kahanohano Kekoolani

 

 

 

 

 

Amy Charlotte Kaelehiwa Kekoolani

 

 

 

 

 

Pearl Piilani Kekoolani

 

 

 

 

 

Myra Naomi Kealoha ("Kolani") Kekoolani

 

 

 

 

 

Vivian Shirley Keaolani Kekoolani

 

 

 

 

 

Winifred Napualeialohaakuku Kekoolani

 

 

 

 

 

Henry Paakiki Kekoolani

The Children of George Ho'olulu Kekoolani, Sr. and Olga Dias

 

 

 

 

 

 

99

 

George Ho'olulu Kekoolani, Sr.

 

Olga Dias

George Ho'olulu Kekoolani, Jr.

 

 

 

 

Diane Pi'ilani Kekoolani (Barrett)

 

 

 

 

Alice Gonzales

(No issue)

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Grandchildren of Nawai and Emily Kekoolani

100

 

Nawai Kekoolani, Jr.

 

Mira Scheuermann

Karin Pualeilani Kekoolani (Dvorak)

 

 

 

 

 

Darnel Hildegard Kuualoha Kekoolani (Doty)

 

 

 

 

 

Amy Lieselotte Kaelehiwa Kekoolani (Williams)

 

 

 

 

Deanne Saemi Takeshita

[no issue]

100

 

Katherine Olivian Kahanohano Kekoolani (w.)

 

James B. Reyes (k.)

Jamene Kuuleialoha Reyes

(Mrs. Kelly G. French)

 

 

 

 

Norman Bruce Burelle Kuuipoaloha Reyes

 

 

 

 

Peter Kapakui (k.)

Kaype Hope Kauiowaolani Kapakui

 

 

 

 

Jesse Coleman Curry (k.)

Guy Darren Curry

 

 

 

 

 

Kevin Wade Curry

100

 

Amy Charlotte Kaelehiwa Kekoolani (w.)

 

Wilfred Kuualoha Brown (k.)

Nephi Pomaikai Brown

 

 

 

 

Lehi Wilfred Kekoolani "Lani" Brown

 

 

 

 

Wilfred Kuualoha Brown (k.)
(children from Wilfred's previous wife Nora Kahakulani Wright Kaululaau)

Mary Agnes Kuualoha Brown (hanai)

 

 

 

 

Gregory Kahiwa Brown (hanai)

 

 

 

 

Enos Kahipa Akao (k.)

[no issue]

100

1933 A.D.

Charles Peleioholani Kekoolani(III)

 

Patricia (Hensel) Zolman

Dean Pua Kekoolani

 

 

 

 

Patricia Malia Kekoolani

 

 

 

 

 

Dawn Aloha Kekoolani

 

 

 

 

Nancy Kaminga

Celeste Leilani Kekoolani

 

 

 

 

Annie Cruz

Nawai Bruce Quentin Kekoolani

100

 

Myra Naomi Kealoha ("Kolani") Kekoolani (w.)

 

Harold Kalawaia Chartrand (k.)

Puakahi Desiree Chartrand

 

 

 

Nawai Hal Chartrand

 

 

 

 

Uwao Chandler Chartrand

 

 

 

 

Hina Manaia Georgette Chartrand

 

 

 

 

 

Kahaealani Halmyra Chartrand

100

 

Winifred Napualeialohaakuku Kekoolani (w.)

 

Herman John Silva

Garnet Kuumomialoha Silva

 

 

 

 

Rockwell Keola Silva

 

 

 

 

Lyle Philip Hoolulu Silva

 

 

 

 

Derek Alika Silva

 

 

 

 

Jade Pumehana Silva

100

 

Henry Paakiki Kekoolani

 

Evelyn Mae Chang

Natalie Leialoha Kekoolani

 

 

 

 

Henry Paakiki Kekoolani, Jr.

 

 

 

 

 

Charles Peleioholani Kekoolani (IV)

 

 

 

 

 

Joel Piilani Kekoolani

 

 

 

 

 

Mae I'ulani Kekoolani

The Grandchildren of George Ho'olulu, Sr. and Edith Kekoolani

 

 

 

 

 

 

100

 

George Ho'olulu Kekoolani Jr.

 

Edith Leilani Gilman

Aaron Kaihe'ekai Kekoolani

 

 

 

 

Terri Lee Kekoolani
(Terri Lee Kekoolani-Raymond)

 

 

 

 

 

Tina Malia Kekoolani

RESOURCES:

(1) Journal of Samuel Kaeo and Sarah Kaniaulono Adams (GENERATIONS 88 to 95)

(2) Posterity of Captain Alexander Adams as compiled by Kathleen Nakai Busch, dated 1937-39 (GENERATIONS 88 to 94)

(3) The Genealogy of the Robinson Family and Ancient Chants and Legends of Hawaii & The Complete Ancestry of John Liwai Kalniopuuikapali-o-Molilele-ma-wai-o-Ahukini-Kau-Hawaii Ena (by Solomon L.K. Peleioholani) (GENERATIONS 21 to 87)

(4)Ancient History of the Hawaiian People by Abraham Forander (GENERATIONS 21 to 87)

(5) Hawaiian Genealogies, Volume 1 & 2, (collection of Hawaiian newspaper genealogies from the late 19th and early 20th centuries) complied by Edith McKinzie & Ishmael Stagner II (GENERATIONS 21 to 87)

(6) Na Mo'olelo a ka Po'e Kahiko (Tales and Traditions of the People of Old) by Samuel M. Kamakau (GENERATIONS 21 to 87)

(7) The History of Hawaii (No. 13), Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, September 23, 1865, Samuel M. Kamakau (GENERATIONS 21 to 87)

(8) The Kumulipo (Traditional Hawaiian Chant) (GENERATIONS 1 to 20)

(9) Honolulu Advertiser, November 27, 1955, "Seven Are Elevated to Hold Rank of Alii Kapu" (GENERATION 94, Isaac Davis and John Young)

(10) "Birthdates of the John Young Family", handwritten manuscript on genealogy microfilm G.1.6, from Genealogy Manuscript Collection of the Bishop Museum Archives, Honolulu.