Kekoolani Genealogy of the Descendants of the Ruling Chiefs of Hawaii


Kahiko Laumea (I) (Kahiko) [Parents] 1, 2 was born about 144 in the Ololo Genealogy. He married Kupulanakehau.

--------------------------------
OLOLO GENEALOGY
-------------------------------
There are many versions of the genealogies coming before the chief WAKEA and his wife PAPA. These genealogies are different from tradition to tradition, island to island. They are occasionally not in agreement and each island boasted that their very ancient genealogies before WAKEA and PAPA were correct and superior. This is a generation from genealogy called "OLOLO". It is a genealogy of the chiefs of Hawai'i Island (Big Island) and Maui.

The OLOLO begins with KUMUHONUA (k.) & HALOIHO (w.) and is 21 generations long, leading up to WAKEA and PAPA.

This is OLOLO genealogy generation No. 21.

Each generation is computed at 22 years.

- Dean P. Kekoolani, Editor

Kupulanakehau 1, 2 was born about 144 in the Ololo Genealogy. She married Kahiko Laumea (I) (Kahiko).

They had the following children:

  M i Wakea was born about 166.

Wakea [Parents] 1, 2, 3 was born about 166 in the Ololo Genealogy. He married Hoohokukalani (Hoohokukalani I, Hoohokukalani-o-Wakea).

Other marriages:
Papa (Papahanaumoku), (Haumea)

Hoohokukalani (Hoohokukalani I, Hoohokukalani-o-Wakea) [Parents] 1, 2, 3 was born about 188 in the Ololo Genealogy. She married Wakea.

Kahoohokuokalani-I-Kau-I-Kaheahea which means “SHE - WHO - SETS - THE - STARS-IN-HEAVEN-AND - ADORNS-THE-CELESTIAL-REGIONS.” (Amalu)

They had the following children:

  M i Haloa II (Lauloa, Haloa-o-Lauloa) was born about 210.

Wakea [Parents] 1, 2, 3 was born about 166 in the Ololo Genealogy. He married Papa (Papahanaumoku) (Haumea).

Other marriages:
Hoohokukalani, (Hoohokukalani I, Hoohokukalani-o-Wakea)

Papa (Papahanaumoku) (Haumea) 1, 2 was born about 166. She married Wakea.

They had the following children:

  F i Hoohokukalani (Hoohokukalani I, Hoohokukalani-o-Wakea) was born about 188.
  M ii Haloa I (Laukapili) (The Kalo Plant) 1.

From the buried body of this baby came the kalo plant.
  U iii Kauakahi (Kauakahi-o-Wakea) 1.

An additional child of Wakea and Papa not commonly seen in traditional Hawaiian and Polynesian genealogies, from a newspaper article in 1865.
  F iv Kaonohiula (Kaonohiula-a-Wakea) 1.

An additional child of Wakea and Papa not commonly seen in traditional Hawaiian and Polynesian genealogies, from a newspaper article in 1865.
  U v Kaalewalewa 1.

An additional child of Wakea and Papa not commonly seen in traditional Hawaiian and Polynesian genealogies, from a newspaper article in 1865.

Haloa II (Lauloa, Haloa-o-Lauloa) [Parents] 1, 2, 3, 4 was born about 210 in the Ulu Genealogy estimated timeline. He married 5 Hina-'ai-hoouluae (Hinamanaouluae, Hinamanouluae, Hinamanoluae).

Solomon Peleioholani says his name was Haloa or Lauloa or Haloa-a-Lauloa

Hina-'ai-hoouluae (Hinamanaouluae, Hinamanouluae, Hinamanoluae) 1, 2, 3 was born about 232 in the Ulu Genealogy estimated timeline. She married 4 Haloa II (Lauloa, Haloa-o-Lauloa).

Hinaaihoouluae is the name used by genealogist Solomon Peleioholani.
Hina-mano-ulu-ae is the name given by Kamakau (1868).
Hinamanoluae is the name given in Ka Noanoa newspaper article (1842)

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

They had the following children:

  M i Waia (Owaia) was born about 254.
  F ii Huhune (Hulune) was born about 254.

Waia (Owaia) [Parents] 1, 2, 3 was born about 254 in the Ulu Genealogy estimated timeline. He married 4 Huhune (Hulune).

Owaia is the name given in Ka Nonanona newspaper article (1842)

Marriage is Pi'o (brother-sister).

Huhune (Hulune) [Parents] 1, 2, 3 was born about 254 in the Ulu Genealogy estimated timeline. She married 4 Waia (Owaia).

Huhune is the name given by SLK Peleiholani and Kumu Hawaii (newspaper) 1835.
Hulune is the name given by Kamakau (1868).

Marriage is Pi'o (brother-sister).

The Kumulipo Chant says this is Papa (Haumea) reincarnated for the second of five cycles, mating with her own descendants.

They had the following children:

  M i Hinanalo (Hina-ualo, Hananaloa) was born about 276.
  F ii Haunu'u (Hauiki) was born about 276.

Hinanalo (Hina-ualo, Hananaloa) [Parents] 1, 2, 3 was born about 276 in the Ulu Genealogy estimated timeline. He married 4 Haunu'u (Hauiki).

Hananaloa was the name used by the genealogist Solomon Peleioholani.
Hinanalo is name used in Kumu Hawai (newspaper article) 1835 and Ka Nonanona (newspaper) 1842.
Hina-ualo is the name given by Kamakau (1868)

Marriage is Pi'o (brother-sister).

Haunu'u (Hauiki) [Parents] 1, 2, 3 was born about 276 in the Ulu Genealogy estimated timeline. She married 4 Hinanalo (Hina-ualo, Hananaloa).

Hauiki is the name used by genealogist Solomon Peleioholani.
Haunu'u is name used in Kumu Hawai (newspaper article) 1835 and by Kamakau (1868).

Marriage is Pi'o (brother-sister).

The Kumulipo chant says that this is Papa (Haumea) reincarnated for the third of five cycles, mating with her own descendants.

They had the following children:

  F i Haulani (Haulele) was born about 298.

Nanakehili (Nanakaihili, Kakaihili) 1, 2, 3 was born about 298 in the Ulu Genealogy estimated timeline. He married 4 Haulani (Haulele).

Nanakehili is the name used by the genealogist Solomon Peleiohoani and the Kumu Hawaii (newspaper) 1835.
Kakai-hili is the name given by Kamakau (1868)

Haulani (Haulele) [Parents] 1, 2, 3 was born about 298 in the Ulu Genealogy estimated timeline. She married 4 Nanakehili (Nanakaihili, Kakaihili).

Haulani is the name used by SLK Peleioholani and Kamakau (1868).
Haulele is the name given in the Kumu Hawaii (newspaper) 1835

The Kumulipo Chants says that this is Papa (Haumea) reincarnated for the fourth of five cycles, mating with her own descendants.

They had the following children:

  M i Waia-loa (Wailoa, Wailea, Manaku) was born about 320.
  F ii Hikawaakaunu (Hikokuanea, Hikawaoopuaianea, Kihiwaoopauianea) was born about 320.

Waia-loa (Wailoa, Wailea, Manaku) [Parents] 1, 2, 3, 4 was born about 320 in the Ulu Genealogy estimated timeline. He married 5 Hikawaakaunu (Hikokuanea, Hikawaoopuaianea, Kihiwaoopauianea).

Waia-loa is the name used by genealogist S.L.K. Peleioholani.
Wailoa is the name given by Kumu Hawaii (newspaper) 1835 and Ka Nonanona 1842

Marriage is Pi'o (brother-sister).

Hikawaakaunu (Hikokuanea, Hikawaoopuaianea, Kihiwaoopauianea) [Parents] 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 was born about 320 in the Ulu Genealogy estimated timeline. She married 6 Waia-loa (Wailoa, Wailea, Manaku).

Hikawaakaunu is the name used by genealogust S.L.K. Peleioholani.
Hikokuanea is the name given by the Kumu Hawaii (newspaper) 1835.
Kihi-wao-o-pauʻi-anea is the name given by Kamakau (1868)

Marriage is Pi'o (brother-sister).

The Kumulipo says that this is Papa (Haumea) reincarnated for the fifth of five cycles, mating with her own descendants. The chant also says that Papa (Haumea) was discovered to be reincarnating herself, then everyone saw her true appearance and she was old, cold and uninviting.

They had the following children:

  M i Kio was born about 342.
  F ii Kamuoleilani (Kamuleilani, Kamuoleilani-o-Waialoa, Kamole) was born about 342.

Kio [Parents] 1, 2 was born about 342 in the Ulu Genealogy estimated timeline. He married 3 Kamuoleilani (Kamuleilani, Kamuoleilani-o-Waialoa, Kamole).

Marriage is Pi'o (brother-sister).

Kamuoleilani (Kamuleilani, Kamuoleilani-o-Waialoa, Kamole) [Parents] 1, 2, 3 was born about 342 in the Ulu Genealogy estimated timeline. She married 4 Kio.

Kamuoleilani is the name given by the genealogist Solomon Peleioholani.
Kamole is the name given by Kumu Hawaii (newspaper) 1835.
Kamole is the name given by Kamakau (1868)

Marriage is Pi'o (brother-sister).

They had the following children:

  M i Ole was born about 364.
  F ii Haihailauahea (Haii, Hai) was born about 364.

Ole [Parents] 1, 2, 3 was born about 364 in the Ulu Genealogy estimated timeline. He married Haihailauahea (Haii, Hai).

Marriage is Pi'o (brother-sister).

There are two conflictiong genealogical traditions which treat PUPUE either as a man or woman.

SLK Peleiholani teaches the path of the female PUPUE in his ROBINSON FAMILY GENEALOGY.

Haihailauahea (Haii, Hai) [Parents] 1, 2, 3 was born about 364 in the Ulu Genealogy estimated timeline. She married Ole.

Haihailauahea is the name given by SLK Peleioholani.
Haii is the name given by Kumu Hawaii (newspaper) 1835.
Hai is the name given by Kamakau (1868)

Marriage is Pi'o (brother-sister).

They had the following children:

  M i Kahiko Luamea (II) (Kahikoluamea, Kahiko-a-Ole) was born about 386.
  F ii Pupue (wahine) - (Northern Nanaulu Tradition) was born about 386.
  M iii Pupue (kane) - (Southern 'Ulu Tradition) was born about 386.

Home First Previous Next Last

Surname List | Name Index