Kekoolani Genealogy of the Descendants of the Ruling Chiefs of Hawaii


Stone. married Kahiwaakalana (Mrs. Stone).

Kahiwaakalana (Mrs. Stone) [Parents] 1, 2.(Mrs. married Stone.

From Solomon Peleioholani:
Kamakele married Loka of Ka'u; born were the chiefly children Kahiwaakalana Stone (w), and Helen Kemilia (w).

Ahulau (w) married Kilinahekeliiokepaalani (k); born were the chiefly lords of Puna, the forest bower fragrant with pandanus.
1. Hoohiolo (k);
2. Kalanikauhemaikapelakapuokakae (k);
3. Aukuilaokekilaiaalamanu, grandfather of Kahiwaakalana Stone and Hattie Hiram.


Loka (Lot) 1, 2. married 3, 4 Kamakele (Ka-makele ).

From Solomon Peleioholani:
Kamakele married Loka of Ka'u; born were the chiefly children Kahiwaakalana Stone (w), and Helen Kemilia (w).

Kamakele (Ka-makele ) [Parents] 1, 2.) married 3, 4 Loka (Lot).

From Solomon Peleioholani:
Aukuilaokekilaiaalamanu (k) married Kapahau; born were Keaiokalani (w), Kemilia (w), Kamakele (w), Kepuoikokia (k).

They had the following children:

  F i Kahiwaakalana (Mrs. Stone).
  F ii Helen Kemilia 1, 2.

From Solomon Peleioholani:
Kamakele married Loka of Ka'u; born were the chiefly children Kahiwaakalana Stone (w), and Helen Kemilia (w).

Manaku [Parents] 1, 2. married Hikohaale (Hikoale).

Hikohaale (Hikoale) 1, 2. married Manaku.

Hikoale ia the name used by Kamakau

They had the following children:

  M i Kahiko (Kahiko-a-Manaku).

Pupue (kane) - (Southern 'Ulu Tradition) [Parents] was born about 386 in the Ulu Genealogy estimated timeline. He married Kamahele (Kamakele).


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.

For PUPUE, S.M. Kamakau gives a different genealogy with more generations than SLK Peleioholani, as follows

Kio / Kamole / Ole
Ole / Hai / Pupue
Pupue / Kamahele / Manaku
Manaku / Hikoale / Kahiko
Kahiko / Kaea / Lukahakona
Lukahakona / Kawaamakele / Ki'i

FROM:
KA NUPEPA KUOKOA Feb 29,1868
Reprinted in Ruling Chiefs of HAwaii (Appendix)

Kamahele (Kamakele). married Pupue (kane) - (Southern 'Ulu Tradition).

They had the following children:

  M i Manaku.

Kahiko (Kahiko-a-Manaku) [Parents] 1, 2. married Kae'a.

S.M. Kamakau gives Kahiko as the son of Manaku and the father of Kahiko.

Kae'a 1. married Kahiko (Kahiko-a-Manaku).

They had the following children:

  M i Lukahakona.

Lu'anu'u (Lu'anu'u I, Kaealuanui, Luanuu-a-Lukahakona) [Parents] 1, 2, 3, 4 was born about 408 in the Ulu Genealogy. He married 5 Kawaamaukele (Kowaamakele).


There are 3 chiefs and one royal prince named Lu'anu'u:

(1) LU'ANU'U I, son of Lukahakono - 15 generations after Wakea
(2) LU'ANU'U II, son of Laka (Laka-noho-i-ka-wehiwehi, Lakaimihau) - 33 generations after Wakea
(3) LU'ANU'U III, son of Kamahana - 48 generations after Wakea

The grandson of Kamehameha the Great is H.R.H. Prince Kahalaia Luanu'u. Technically this royal prince would be Chief Lu'anuu IV.

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NOTE FOR LUANUU I (LUANUU-O-LUKAHAKONA):

S.L.K. Peleioholani gives the name "Kaealuanui"* for Luanuu I in his Robinson Family genealogy, and gives only his wife and issue, not his parents, as follows:

FATHER: Lu'anu'u (Lu'anu'u I, Kaealuanui, Luanuu-a-Lukahakona)
MOTHER: Kawaamaukele - 10 generations from Wakea
ISSUES: Hinakoula (Hinakoulu), Kukii (Kii)

*SLK Peleioholani does say that this Kaealuanui is called Luanuu by others. We know he is "Luanuu I" because the wife given by Peleioholani exactly matches the one given for Kamakau's chief "Luanuu I".

S.M. Kamakau gives a different genealogy with more generations for this Luanuu than SLK PEleioholani, as follows

Kio / Kamole / Ole
Ole / Hai / Pupue
Pupue / Kamahele / Manaku
Manaku / Hikoale / Kahiko
Kahiko / Kaea / Lukahakona
Lukahakona / Kawaamakele / Ki'i

Kawaamaukele (Kowaamakele) [Parents] 1, 2, 3, 4 was born about 408 in the Ulu Genealogy. She married 5 Lu'anu'u (Lu'anu'u I, Kaealuanui, Luanuu-a-Lukahakona).

Kawaamaukele is the name given by S.M. Kamakau (1868) and S.L.K. Peleioholani (1908).
Kowaamakele is the name given in Ka Noanoa (1842). Author unknown.

S.M. Kamakau gives a slightly different genealogy than SLK Peleioholani, with more generations, as follows

Kio / Kamole / Ole
Ole / Hai / Pupue
Pupue / Kamahele / Manaku
Manaku / Hikoale / Kahiko
Kahiko / Kaea / Lukahakona
Lukahakona / Kawaamakele / Ki'i

FROM:
KA NUPEPA KUOKOA Feb 29,1868
Reprinted in Ruling Chiefs of Hawaii (Appendix)

They had the following children:

  F i Hinakoula (Hinakoulu) was born about 430.
  M ii Ki'i (Kuki'i) was born about 430.

Lukahakona [Parents]. married Ko'ulamaikalani.

Ko'ulamaikalani. married Lukahakona.

They had the following children:

  M i Lu'anu'u (Lu'anu'u I, Kaealuanui, Luanuu-a-Lukahakona) was born about 408.

Ki'i (Kuki'i) [Parents] 1, 2 was born about 430 in the Kii-Nanaulu-Ulu Genealogy. He married 3 Hinakoula (Hinakoulu).

Kukii is the name given by the genealogist Solomn Peleioholani. Kii is the name given by most other genealogies, including Kamakau (1868) Parents are assigned from traidtional genealogies of Malo, Forander, Kamakau.

Hinakoula (Hinakoulu) [Parents] 1, 2 was born about 430 in the Kii-Nanaulu-Ulu Genealogy. She married 3 Ki'i (Kuki'i).

Normally, her parents are not given in Hawaiian genealogies. But the genealogist Solomon Peleiohlani lists her as a child of the people normally called the parents of her husband. We therefore list her as the sister-wife (pio marriage) of Kii (Kukii) for this reason.

Kamakau calls her Hinakoulu (1868).

They had the following children:

  M i Nanaulu (Nana'ulu) was born about 452.
  M ii Ulu ('Ulu, Kaulu) was born about 452.
  F iii Kapumaleolani (Kapomaleolani) was born about 452.

Ulu ('Ulu, Kaulu) [Parents] 1, 2, 3 was born about 452 in the Ulu Genealogy. He married Kapu-nu'u (Kaulani).

Kaulu is the interesting and rare alternate name used by S.M. Kamakau in "Tales & Tradition". Kamakau says he is one of the chiefs that traveled to Kahiki. Kamakau notes that Ulu is a chief who traveled to Kahiki.

Kapu-nu'u (Kaulani) 1 was born about 452 in the Ulu Genealogy. She married Ulu ('Ulu, Kaulu).

Kapu-nu'u is the name given by Kamakau

They had the following children:

  M i Nanaele (Nanaie, Nanaia) was born about 474.

Nanaele (Nanaie, Nanaia) [Parents] 1, 2, 3 was born about 474 in the Ulu Genealogy. He married 4 Kahauomokuleia (Ka-hau-Mokulē'ia).

Nanaie is the name given by S.M. Kamakau in his teaching of the Ulu genealogy. Kahauomokuleia is his full-sister (if Kapunuu was his mother). Marriage is Pi'o (brother-sister).

Kahauomokuleia (Ka-hau-Mokulē'ia) [Parents] 1, 2, 3 was born about 474 in the Ulu Genealogy. She married 4 Nanaele (Nanaie, Nanaia).

Ka-hau-Mokulē'ia is the name given by Kamakau. Nanaele would be her half-brother or possibly full brother. Marriage is Pi'o (brother-sister).

They had the following children:

  F i Hina-a-Hinaau (Hina-kina'u, Hinakinau) was born about 496.
  M ii Nanailani (Nana-aia-lani) was born about 496.

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