Kekoolani Genealogy of the Descendants of the Ruling Chiefs of Hawaii


Hustace (I).(I) married Mary Elizabeth "Mellie" Ward.

Mary Elizabeth "Mellie" Ward [Parents].Mary married Hustace (I).

They had the following children:

  M i Frank Ward Hustace (Sr.).

Ernest Hay Wodehouse.Ernest married May Ward in 1893.

May Ward [Parents].May married Ernest Hay Wodehouse in 1893.

They had the following children:

  M i Cenric N. Wodehouse.

Frank Ward Hustace (Sr.) [Parents].Frank married Mary Catherine Kekulani Magoon.

Mary Catherine Kekulani Magoon.Mary married Frank Ward Hustace (Sr.).

They had the following children:

  M i Walter Hustace.
  M ii Cedric Hustace.
  M iii David Hustace.
  M iv Frank Ward Hustace (Jr .).
  M v Edward Hustace.

Pua (Pua-o-Lono, Opua-a-lono) [Parents] 1. married Hinakauhi-a-hope.

Hinakauhi-a-hope 1. married Pua (Pua-o-Lono, Opua-a-lono).

They had the following children:

  M i Kaka'e-a-Pua (Kapaapuea).
  F ii 'Iliki-'ele-'ele.

Kaka'e-a-Pua (Kapaapuea) [Parents] 1. married Apuaikaheikaulana (Apuakahilaulena).

Apuaikaheikaulana (Apuakahilaulena) [Parents] 1. married Kaka'e-a-Pua (Kapaapuea).

Apuaikaheikaulana is the name given in "Ko Kinimaka Pili Ia Kalekaini".

They had the following children:

  M i Kalanikini (Kalanikini I, Kaleikini, Kaleiikini).
  M ii Lonomakaihonua (Lonomakaihonua II, Lonomakaihonua-a-Kapaapuea.

Kalanikini (Kalanikini I, Kaleikini, Kaleiikini) [Parents] 1, 2, 3. married Kaihukamanee (Kaihukanamee, Kaihupee).

Kaihukamanee (Kaihukanamee, Kaihupee) [Parents] 1, 2. married Kalanikini (Kalanikini I, Kaleikini, Kaleiikini).

Kaihukamanee is the name given in "Ko Kinimaka Pili Ia KAlaeikini"

They had the following children:

  M i Lonomakaihonua (Lonomakaihonua III, Lonomakaihonua-a-Kalanikini, Lonokaihonua).
  M ii Kalanikini (Kalanikini II).

Kumuhonua (Kumuhonua-o-Muleialii) (Ruling Chief of Oahu) [Parents] 1, 2.

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1st Ruling Chief of O'ahu (1st Dynasty to exercise consolidated rule over the whole island, more or less).

Kumuhonua seems to have remained in possession of the patrimonial estates of his father Muleialii (son of Maweke) on Oahu, and possibly of the nominal sovereignty of the island. He had four sons, Molohaia, Kahakuokane, Kukawaieakane, and Elepuukahonua.The genealogies of none of these has been preserved except the last, which descends to the time of Haka, a noted Ewa chief who lived at Lihue, and was the Iast Oahu sovereign of the Kumuhonua branch, having been succeeded in the sovereignty by Mailikukahi of the Moikeha branch. (FORNANDER)

He had the following children:

  M i Elepuukahonua (Olepuukahonua) (Ruling Chief of Oahu).
  M ii Molohaia.
  M iii Kahakuokane.
  M iv Kukawaieakane.

Olopana ('Olopana) [Parents] 1, 2, 3. married Luukia (Luukia I).

Other marriages:
Hina (Hina-a-Kalana),

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The two other sons [besides Kumuhonu] of Mulielealii, viz., Olopnnu and Moikeha, appear to have established themselves on Hawaii, where Olopanu ruled the valley of Waipio and adjacent country, and Moikeha, if not coordinate with his brother in power, was at least his highest subject and most trusted friend. Here Olopana married Luukia, granddaughter of Hikapoloa, chief of Kohala Hawaii, and Mailelaulii, his wife, from Kona Hawaii-both descended from the ancient Hawaiian Nanaulu line-and begat a daughter named Kaupea.

How long Olopana dwelt in Waipio is not mentioned, but the legend states that after a while heavy storms, floods, and freshets desolated the valley and compelled the inhabitants to seek refuge in other places. Olopana and his family, accompanied by his brother Moikehu and his family, embarked on their canoes and sailed for Kahiki, where they arrived safely, and where, according to the legend, Olopana obtained the sovereignty of a district or section of land called " Moaulanuiakea," and where Moikeha, still the right-hand man of his brother, built a sumptuous residence and Heiau for himself, called "Lanikeha."

(FORNANDER)

Luukia (Luukia I). married Olopana ('Olopana).

They had the following children:

  F i Kaupea (Kaupea-o-Olopana) 1.

Olopana ('Olopana) [Parents] 1, 2, 3. married 4 Hina (Hina-a-Kalana).

Other marriages:
Luukia (Luukia I),

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The two other sons [besides Kumuhonu] of Mulielealii, viz., Olopnnu and Moikeha, appear to have established themselves on Hawaii, where Olopanu ruled the valley of Waipio and adjacent country, and Moikeha, if not coordinate with his brother in power, was at least his highest subject and most trusted friend. Here Olopana married Luukia, granddaughter of Hikapoloa, chief of Kohala Hawaii, and Mailelaulii, his wife, from Kona Hawaii-both descended from the ancient Hawaiian Nanaulu line-and begat a daughter named Kaupea.

How long Olopana dwelt in Waipio is not mentioned, but the legend states that after a while heavy storms, floods, and freshets desolated the valley and compelled the inhabitants to seek refuge in other places. Olopana and his family, accompanied by his brother Moikehu and his family, embarked on their canoes and sailed for Kahiki, where they arrived safely, and where, according to the legend, Olopana obtained the sovereignty of a district or section of land called " Moaulanuiakea," and where Moikeha, still the right-hand man of his brother, built a sumptuous residence and Heiau for himself, called "Lanikeha."

(FORNANDER)

Hina (Hina-a-Kalana) [Parents] 1. married 2 Olopana ('Olopana).


Keanini 1. married Hainakolo.

Hainakolo [Parents]. married Keanini.

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