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Kekoolani Family
Genealogy No. 2
The Second Chiefly Lineage of Lillian Kaeo Kanakaole Kekoolani and her Great Grandchildren

98 Generations

  This genealogy is similar to Genealogy No. 1, The First Chiefly Genealogy of Lillian Kanakaole Kaeo Kekoolani. It is the same up to generation 67. There it branches off and follows the lineage of the Maui high chiefs and kings, until rejoining Genealogy No. 1 at Generation 89 (Makakkaualii). The generations in our genealogies are calculated at 25 years each. 
  This is a Maui and Big Island genealogy so in the time before Wakea and Papa, the generations are given as they appear in the Kumulipo Chant, the most esteemed genealogy in the eyes of these chiefs.
    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) 
Pio 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) Pio 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)
Pio 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)
Pio Hikawaakaunu (Hikawaopuaianea)
Papa (Haumea) reincarnated for the fifth  of 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 Pio Kamuoleilani (Kamole) Ole (k.)
          Haihailauahea (w.)
(Hai)
30 213 A.D. Ole Pio 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)
Pio Kapumaleolani
(Kapomaleolani)
Kahauomokuleia (w)
    Nanaulu
(Nana'ulu)
  Ulukou Nanamea (k)
(Nana-mea)
    Ulu
('Ulu)
  Kaulani (the 1st) Nanaele 
35 338 A.D. Nanaele  Pio Kahauomokuleia Hina-a-Hinaau (w.) (Hinakinau)
    Nanaie   Kahauomokuleia Nanailani (k.)
36 363 A.D. Nanailani Pio Hina-a-Hinaau (Hinakinau) Kekaulani (w.)
(Kekeaulani)
          Waikumaikalani (k.) (Waikulani)
37 388 A.D. Waikumaikalani
(Waikulani)
Pio Kekaulani (Kekeaulani) Kaohikiula (w.)
          Kuheleimoana (k.)
38 413 A.D. Kuheleimoana Pio 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 Pio 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  Pio 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)
Pio 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 Pio 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)
Pio Hinauluohia (Hina-uluohia) Wahieloa 
    Kalamakaopii   Hinauluohia
 
Hoolaukihili
(Hoolaukahiki) 
53 788 A.D. Wahieloa Pio 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
Pio Hikawaolena
(Hikawelena)
Luanuu (II) 
      Kapohuleiula
(Kapokuleiulu)
55 838 A.D. Luanuu (II) (k) Pio Kapohuleiula
(Kapokuleiulu)
Ulumaikehoa (w.)
(Popomalili)
    Laamea (k)   Kapohuleiula
 
Kaomea (k.)
(Kamea)
56 863 A.D. Kaomea
(Kamea)
Pio Ulumaikehoa
(Popomalili)
Pohukaina
          Huahuakapolei
(Huahuakapalei)
57 888 A.D. Pohukaina Pio Huahuakapolei (Huahuakapalei) Hua
          Hikimokuleia
(Hikimoluoleo)
58 913 A.D. Hua Pio Hikimokuleia
(Hikimoluoleo)
Pau
(Paunuiikeanaina)
          Kapohakia
59 938 A.D. Pau
(Paunuiikeanaina)
Pio 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 Pio Kuheleilani Hakalanileo (k.)
          Hoohokukalani (w.)
62 1013 A.D. Hakalanileo Pio Hoohokukalani Paumakua (of Hawai'i Island)
          Manokalililani (w.)
63 1038 A.D. Paumakua (of Hawai'i Island) Pio Manokalililani Haho (k.)
          Kauilaanapa (w.)
(Kauilaianapu)
64 1063 A.D. Haho Pio Kauilaanapa (w.)
(Kauilaianapu)
Palena (k.)
    Limaloa-Lialea   Kauilaanapa  Hiilani-Hiileialialia (w.)
65 1088 A.D. Palena Pio Hiilani-Hiileialialia Hanala'a-iki (k.)
66 1113 A.D. Hanala'a-iki   Mahuia Mauiloa (k.)
    Lonoopua   Mahuia Kuaahuula (w.)
67 1138 A.D. Mauiloa Pio Kuaahuula Hanala'a-nui (k.)
          Mahui-a-Lani
(Mahuie)
    Mauiloa   Kauhua Alau (k)
68 1163 A.D. Alau   Moeiekana
(Moekeaea)
Kanemokuhealii
69 1188 A.D. Kanemokuhealii   Keikauhale Lonomai
70 1213 A.D. Lonomai   Kolu Alo
71 1238 A.D. Alo   Puia Kaheka
72 1263 A.D. Kaheka   Maiaoula Mapuleo
73 1288 A.D. Mapuleo   Kamaelekalani Paukei
74 1313 A.D. Paukei   Painalea Luakoa
75 1338 A.D. Luakoa   Hinaapoapo Kuhimana
76 1363 A.D. Kuhimana   Kaumana Kamaluohua
77 1388 A.D. Kamaluohua   Kapu Loe
78 1413 A.D. Loe   Wahaakuna
(Waohaakuna)
Kahakuohua (k.)
          Hiikawaiula (w.)
79 1438 A.D. Kahakuohua Pio Hiikawaiula Kaulahea (I)
          Kapohanaupuni (w.)
80 1463 A.D. Kaulahea (I) Pio Kapohanaupuni Kakaalaneo (k.)
          Kakae (k)
(Kakaeloiki) 
81 1488 A.D. Kakae (Kakaeloiki)    Kapaohauola Hoao
(Kaualua)
Kahekili (I)
82 1513 A.D. Kahekili (I)   Haukanimaka
(Haukanuimakamaka)
Kawaukaohele (k.)
(King of Maui)
          Keleanohoanaapiapi (w.)
(Ruling Queen of Maui)
          Pe'ape'a Makawalu (I) (k.)
83 1538 A.D. Kawaukaohele (k.)
(King of Maui)
  Kepalaoa (w.) Piilani (I) (k)
    Keleanohoanaapiapi (w.)
(Ruling Queen of Maui)
  Lolale (k.) Kaholi-a-Lale (k)
        Luliwahine-a-Lale (w)
        Lulikane-a-Lale (k)
    Keleanohoanaapiapi (w.)
(Ruling Queen of Maui)
  Kalamakua (k.) Laielohelohe (w)
84 1563 A.D. Piilani (I)
(King of Maui)
  Laielohelohe Lono-a-Piilani (k)
        Kiha-a-Piilani
(King of Maui)
          Piikea-a-Piiliani (w)
(Wife of Umi of Hawaii)
85 1588 A.D. Kiha-a-Piilani
(King of Maui)
  Kumaka (Kaumaka) Kamalalawalu
(King of Maui)
        Koleamoku Kauhiokalani
86 1613 A.D. Kamalalawalu
(King of Maui)
  Kaakaupea Kauhiakama
(King of Maui)
 
    Kaouamanu Hoao   Kauhiokalani Makakukalani (k.)
          Ilikiaponoole (w.)
87 1638 A.D. Kauhiakama
(King of Maui)
 
  Kapukini Kalani Kaumakaowakea
(King of Maui)
 
88 1663 A.D. Kalani Kaumakaowakea
(King of Maui)
 
  Kanekauhi Kalanikauanakikilani (w.)
(Kalanikauanakinilani)
89 1688 A.D. Makakaualii (k.)
(Kamakakaualii)
  Kalanikauanakikilani (w.)
(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
90 1713 A.D. Kuwaluluka   Uwaikikilani
(Waikikilani)
Kalimaalualu (k.)
(Nalimaalualu)
91 1738 A.D. Kalimaalualu
(Nalimaalualu)
  Kaaoao Nakai (w.)
92 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 adopted  into 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.

92   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" Kaniaulono Davis) (adopted)
          Hueu (George Davis, Sr.) (adopted)
 
          Peke (Elizabeth "Betty" Davis) (adopted)
 
93 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
94 1818 A.D. Isaac Keaumoku Adams   Keliiopunui Kalanikaukeha
(Keliiopuniu Kalanikaukeha Kaahukoo)
Sarah Kaniaulono Adams

 
      Alexander Adams
        David Adams 
        Henrietta Adams
        Isaac Kapulealii Loakealii Adams
95 1845 A.D. Samuel Kaeo (Kanakaole)   Sarah Kaniaulono Adams William Keliikui Kaeo (Kanakaole)
    Samuel's  original 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.     Lillian Kalaniahiahi Kaeo (Kanakaole) 
96 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 also  sometimes 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

           
97   Nawai Kekoolani   Emily Kaelehiwa Hussey Norman Nawai Kekoolani 
          Nawai Kekoolani, Jr.
          Katherine Olivian Kahanohano Kekoolani 
          Amy Charlotte Kaelehiwa Kekoolani 
          Charles Peleioholain Kekoolani (III)
          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

           
97   George Ho'olulu Kekoolani, Sr.   Olga Dias George Ho'olulu Kekoolani, Jr.
0       Diane Pi'ilani Kekoolani (Barrett)
        Alice Gonzales (No issue)
           

The Grandchildren of Nawai and Emily Kekoolani 

98   Nawai Kekoolani, Jr.   Mira Scheuermann Karin Pualeilani Kekoolani (Dvorak)
          Darnel Hildegard Kuualoha Kekoolani (Doty)
          Amy Lieselotte Kaelehiwa Kekoolani (Williams)
        Deanne Saemi Takeshita [no issue]
98   Katherine Olivian Kahanohano Kekoolani (w.)   James B. Reyes (k.) Jamene Kuuleialoha Reyes (French)
        Norman Bruce Burelle Kuuipoaloha Reyes
        Peter Kapukui (k.) Kaype Hope Kauiowaolani Kapukui
        Jesse Coleman Curry (k.) Guy Darren Curry
          Kevin Wade Curry
98   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]
98 1933 Charles Peleioholani Kekoolani  (III)  Patricia (Hensel) Zolman  Dean Pua Kekoolani (1961)
 
        Patricia Malia Kekoolani
 
          Dawn Aloha Kekoolani
 
        Nancy Kaminga Celeste Leilani Kekoolani
        Annie Cruz  Nawai Bruce Quentin Kekoolani
98   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
98   Winifred Napualeialohaakuku Kekoolani (w.)   Herman John Silva Garnet Kuumomialoha Silva
        Rockwell Keola Silva
        Lyle Philip Hoolulu Silva
        Derek Alika Silva
        Jade Pumehana Silva
98   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 Children of George Ho'olulu Kekoolani, Jr.

           
98   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.