Kekoolani Genealogy of the Descendants of the Ruling Chiefs of Hawaii


Kahikikala (see -"Kealohikanakamaikai (Kealohi-kanaka-maikai, Kealohi)") 1, 2, 3.

FORNANDER:
"I have been unable to learn, and the legends that have been preserved throw no light upon, the origin of the Kealohi family, which about this time had become prominent on the Kauai legends, the first of the name, Kealohikanakamaikai, having married Kaneiahaka, a granddaughter of Ilihiwalani, the brother of Kahakumakalina. From the tenor of the legends I infer that the older branch of Kahakukumakalina were the titular sovereigns of Kauai, while the younger branch of Iliwalani were the " Alii- Aimoku" of Waimea and the south-western section of the island. The children of Kealohikanakamaika and Kaneiahaka were Kealohi-a-peekoa, Kealohikikaupea, Kauakahilau, sons, and Kapulauki, a daughter. The first son obtained a lordship of Waianae on Oahu, and became connected with the powerful Ewa chiefs. The second sought his fortune among the Koolau chiefs on Oahu, and seems to have been connected with the Kanekapu-a-Kakuhihewa family, for I find his name mentioned as a relative in the Kualii legends. The third son apparently remained on Kauai, and eventually married his niece Kuluina, arid became the father of Lonoikahaupu."


Kahoalanieia.


Hekau-a-Hiwamoku (Kekauhinamoku) (see - ""Kauhiaimoku-a-Kama (Kauhiaimoku-a-Kama I)").


Hilinia.


Eli Meek (I) 1 was born in 1839.


Elizabeth Meek (II) 1 was born in 1841.


Ha'okalani (Ha-o-kalani) ( see - "Kane-a-La'e Kane-alae) (Ruling Chiefess of Molokai)").


Kaualua (Kanikaniaula) (see -"Kahekilinuiahumanu (I)") 1.

Kanikaniaula is the name related by Fornander.


Henahena (see - "Ohenahena").


Kuaona (see -"Kuaena (Kua-'ena)").


Makuahualeiakea (see - "Mokuahualeiakea (Kuamookea)") 1.


Kanaloauoo 1.


Kupualani (Koolau chief) see - "Keopuolani" (Koolau Chief).


Lonopuloku see - "Luapoluku".


Kalaakahina see - "Halaulani".


Holaulani (see - "Kauaohalaulani").


Kapiioho (Kapiioho-o-Kualii) (see - "Kapiohookalani", Ruler of O'ahu).


Kalanimalokuloku (Kalanimalokuloku-i-Kepookalani, Malokuloku) (see -"Keliimaikai (Keali'imaika'i)").


Koinoho (see - "Noho-a-Umi").


Kauoliuli (see - "Ahulinuikaapeapea").


Hakumakaliua (see - "Kahakumakalina") Kapu Chief, Mo'i of Kauai.


Koihalauwailaua (Koihalawai) (see - "Kawaihalaniwailuau").


Akihikame'eonoa (see - "Akahikameenoa").


Ahia (Ahia Kalanikumaikiekie) (see - "Kalanikumaikiekie").


Kapukini (Kapukini I) (see - "Kapulani Nui").


Keaoua Kalanikupuapa'ikalaninui (Keoua) (see - "Keoua Kalanikupuapa'ikalaninui").


Keaoua Kuahu'ula (see - "Keoua Kuahu'ula").


Keaoua Keahohiwa (Kehohiwa, Keohiawa) (see - "Keoua Keahohiwa").


Keaoua Peeale (Keaouapeeale) (see - "Keoua Peeale").


Kaookalani (see - "Koolani (Koo, Koookalani,Kookuiniaomakaokalani )").

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