Kekoolani Genealogy of the Descendants of the Ruling Chiefs of Hawaii


Kamahinakauloa (Kamiahinakauloa, Kamia-hina-kauloa) 1. married 2 Kekuehoa.

Kekuehoa [Parents] 1. married 2 Kamahinakauloa (Kamiahinakauloa, Kamia-hina-kauloa).

They had the following children:

  F i Kaiakauilani (Kaia-kauilani).

Puumahiole (Pu'u-mahiole) 1. married 2 Kaiakauilani (Kaia-kauilani).

Kaiakauilani (Kaia-kauilani) [Parents] 1. married 2 Puumahiole (Pu'u-mahiole).

Other marriages:
Kapule,

They had the following children:

  M i Haumea (Haumea-o-Kaia-kauilani).

Kapule. married Kaiakauilani (Kaia-kauilani).

Kaiakauilani (Kaia-kauilani) [Parents] 1. married Kapule.

Other marriages:
Puumahiole (Pu'u-mahiole),

They had the following children:

  M i Hanoela.
  F ii Kalekapeka (Kale-kapeka).
  F iii Nahiolea-Kapahu (Nahi'olea-Kapahu).

Haumea (Haumea-o-Kaia-kauilani) [Parents] 1. married Paaluhi (Pa'aluhi).

Paaluhi (Pa'aluhi) 1. married Haumea (Haumea-o-Kaia-kauilani).

They had the following children:

  M i Pauli Kaoleioku II was born on 22 Nov 1836. He died on 30 Dec 1873.

Pauli Kaoleioku II [Parents] 1 was born on 22 Nov 1836 in Keauhou, North Kona, Hawaii, Hi. He died on 30 Dec 1873. He married Wakeki (Wakei).

BUGLER, KAWAIAHAO ASST CHOIR MASTER, MUSIC EDUCATOR
He entered into bugling in the time of William Tell, the leader, and he was the only student who remained in the position of bugler for the soldiers of the king from Kauikeaouli Kamehameha Ill on down to Lunalilo, and held that position until his death. He was a smart man in music, and he indeed was the foremost of the Hawaiian men who deeply understood the things relating to music, and great was his assistance in directing the choir of Kawaiahao; and he was also seen in the concert audiences with the chiefesses Pauahi and Kamakaeha. He was appointed by the Board of Education as music teacher for the government schools of the district of Kona, Honolulu, and from that job his burden of life was released [he died).

Wakeki (Wakei) 1. married Pauli Kaoleioku II.


'I-kanaka (Ikanaka II). married Nawaakua (Nawa'akua).

Nawaakua (Nawa'akua) [Parents] 1. married 'I-kanaka (Ikanaka II).

They had the following children:

  M i Kahalaia.

William S. Wond 1.William married Lilia Piʻikoi.

Lilia Piʻikoi [Parents] 1.Lilia married William S. Wond.

Other marriages:
Ena, John Esq.
Kamakaia, Samuel K.


Samuel K. Kamakaia.Samuel married Lilia Piʻikoi.

Lilia Piʻikoi [Parents] 1.Lilia married Samuel K. Kamakaia.

Other marriages:
Wond, William S.
Ena, John Esq.


Henry Dedrick 1.Henry married Kalawaina.

Kalawaina [Parents] 1. married Henry Dedrick.

They had the following children:

  F i Rebecca Dedrick.

Kaheananui (Kaheananui II) [Parents] 1. married Aulani.

An alternate genealogy has the father as Puunui (pedigree unknown) and the mother as Naaiakalani, a supposed daughter of Kekaulike whose mother is unknown.

Aulani 1. married Kaheananui (Kaheananui II).

Other marriages:
Kamanawa (Kamanawa II, Kamanawa Opio),

They had the following children:

  M i Kaleimakalii (kane).

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