Kekoolani Genealogy of the Descendants of the Ruling Chiefs of Hawaii


George Grey (Gray) 1.George married Sarah Isaac Akamu Adams on 11 Mar 1867 in Honolulu, Hi.

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Sarah Isaac Akamu Adams [Parents] was born about 1846 in Niu Hawaii. She died about 1893 in Niu Hawaii. She married George Grey (Gray) on 11 Mar 1867 in Honolulu, Hi.

They had the following children:

  M i Alexander Grey (Gray) 1 was born about 1873 in Honolulu, Hi.

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  F ii Jennie Grey was born about 1875 in Honolulu, Hi.
  F iii Barbara Kamealani Grey (Gray) was born about 1876.

Elani (Kane) (Ewa Chief) 1.(Kane) married Kapa'akea.

Other marriages:
Kaionuilanilalahai, (Ka-'io-nui-lala-ha'i)

Kapa'akea 1. married Elani (Kane) (Ewa Chief).

They had the following children:

  M i Hapauea 1 was born about 1786 in Ewa, Honolulu, Hawaii. He died before 1900.
  F ii Kaouli 1 was born about 1782 in Ewa, Honolulu, Hawaii. She died before 1900.
  M iii Mookini 1 was born about 1784 in Ewa, Honolulu, Hawaii. He died before 1900.

Andrew Bannister (Sr.).Andrew married Victoria Kaailama Adams in Jun 1861.

Victoria Kaailama Adams [Parents] was born about 1844 in Niu Hawaii. She married Andrew Bannister (Sr.) in Jun 1861.

Other marriages:
Tell, William H

They had the following children:

  F i Victoria Bannister was born on 26 Jan 1861 in Kalihi, Hi.
  F ii Mary Nauapu Bannister was born on 26 Jan 1862.
  F iii Lizzie Elizabeth Bannister was born in Jan 1864.
  F iv Sarah Bannister (I) was born on 11 Apr 1865. She died on 21 Nov 1933.
  F v Abbie Bannister was born on 17 Sep 1866. She died on 1 Jun 1962.
  M vi Andrew Bannister (Jr.) was born on 12 Apr 1871. He died about 1930.

Alexander (Alika) Napuhako Adams [Parents] was born in 1813. He died on 5 Apr 1865. He married Hio.

Mother possibly Sarah Davis

Hio was born about 1815 in Hawaii. She married Alexander (Alika) Napuhako Adams.

They had the following children:

  F i Rebecca (Beke) Adams was born on 7 Mar 1836.
  F ii Maria Hio (Mary, Malaea) Adams was born on 1 Apr 1841. She died about 1903.

"Hawaiian Journal Of History" V30, 1992-1996 lists Maria Boyd as
a Composer

Henry George Spalding.Henry married Barbara Kamealani Grey (Gray).

Barbara Kamealani Grey (Gray) [Parents] 1 was born about 1876. She married Henry George Spalding.

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They had the following children:

  F i Myra Kealoha Keau Spalding was born about 1910.

Hon. Edwin Harbottle Boyd [Parents] was born on 8 Oct 1834 in Honolulu, Hi. He died on 2 Sep 1875 in Honolulu, Hi. He married Rebecca (Beke) Adams.

Other marriages:
Adams, Mary Punapanawea

Rebecca (Beke) Adams [Parents] was born on 7 Mar 1836. She married Hon. Edwin Harbottle Boyd.


George Humphreys Robertson [Parents] 1.George married Caroline Hawea Boyd on 25 Nov 1881 in Honolulu, Hi.

Genealogy of George Robertson copied from a second-hand Bible bought at a rummage sale by Hannah Kamauoha.

The grandchildren of George and Caroline Robertson are:

(1) Saxon Bristol - born July 31, 1931
(2) Leonard Bristol - born May 14, 1934
(3) Helen Bristol - born June 18, 1935
(4) George Godfrey - born August 8, 1934
(5) Richard Godfrey - born JUne 24, 1934

Caroline Hawea Boyd [Parents] was born about 1860 in Honolulu, Hi. She died about 1913 in Honolulu, Hi. She married George Humphreys Robertson on 25 Nov 1881 in Honolulu, Hi.

They had the following children:

  M i George Morison Robertson was born on 6 Jan 1885.
  F ii Lillian Kuualohapauole Robertson was born on 11 Aug 1889.
  F iii Grace Haakulo Robertson was born on 23 Jan 1890. She died on 30 Apr 1979.
  F iv Sybil Hawea Robertson was born on 19 Sep 1894. She died on 7 Aug 1960.

H.H. Prince George Kaumualii Humehume (George Tamoree) [Parents] 1 was born in 1797. He married Elizabeth "Betty" Peke Davis in 1823.

EDUCATION: Cornwall Sch., Massachusettes. Served in the US Navy in the Tripoli expedition and during the War of 1812. Rebelled and tried to establish himself as an independent ruler, 3rd August 1824. Captured and taken to Honolulu as a state prisoner.

He d. from influenza, at Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii, 3rd May 1826, having had issue, an only daughter.

He was born in the late 1790s with the name Humehume. His father was King Kaumualiʻi, ruler of the islands of Kauaʻi and Niʻihau. Although some sources say his mother was one of the king's royal wives,[1] most say his mother was a commoner, of which not much is known.[2] This might explain an important event that happened when he was a young boy. In January 1804 an American trading ship Hazard arrived at Kauaʻi. Since the landing of Captain James Cook on January 1778, the port of Waimea had been a known stop for European and American ships in the Pacific.[3] King Kaumualiʻi paid Captain James Rowan of the American trading ship Hazard to take his son aboard, ostensibly to get an education in America. A more believable theory is that Kaumualiʻi's Queen did not want any competition for the future throne with her own son who had the better royal pedigree.[4] His father suggested the name "George" after the Prince of Wales at the time (later George IV of the United Kingdom).[5]

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H.H. Prince George P. Kaumu-alii Hume-hume (s/o Queen Kawalu), educ. Cornwall Sch., Massachusettes. Served in the US Navy in the Tripoli expedition and during the War of 1812. Rebelled and tried to establish himself as an independent ruler, 3rd August 1824. Captured and taken to Honolulu as a state prisoner. Married at Honolulu, Oahu, 1823, Betty, eldest daughter of Isaac Davis. He d. from influenza, at Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii, 3rd May 1826, having had issue, an only daughter: H.H. Princess Harriet Ka-wahini Kipi. b. in the mountains of Kauai, August 1824. m. at Iton, 28th March 1837, John Meek, Jnr. She d. 3rd September 1843.

Elizabeth "Betty" Peke Davis [Parents] 1 was born on 12 Feb 1803 in Kawaihae, Hawaii. She married H.H. Prince George Kaumualii Humehume (George Tamoree) in 1823.

Other marriages:
Harbottle, William
Silva, Antone

The records are contradictory as to whether Betty Davis was married to King Kaumualii or his son George Humehume, or both.

ELIZABETH KAMAKAILA DAVIS (I.G.I. name for wife of William Harbottle)

They had the following children:

  F i H.H. Princess Harriet Kawahinekipi Kaumualiʻi was born in Aug 1824. She died on 3 Sep 1843.

William Harbottle [Parents] 1, 2 was born in 1808. He married 3 Elizabeth "Betty" Peke Davis.

Other marriages:
Kalaimoku,

Elizabeth "Betty" Peke Davis [Parents] 1 was born on 12 Feb 1803 in Kawaihae, Hawaii. She married 2 William Harbottle.

Other marriages:
Kaumualii, H.H. Prince George Humehume (George Tamoree)
Silva, Antone

The records are contradictory as to whether Betty Davis was married to King Kaumualii or his son George Humehume, or both.

ELIZABETH KAMAKAILA DAVIS (I.G.I. name for wife of William Harbottle)

They had the following children:

  F i Elizabeth Kamakaila Harbottle.

Antone Silva.Antone married Elizabeth "Betty" Peke Davis.

Elizabeth "Betty" Peke Davis [Parents] 1 was born on 12 Feb 1803 in Kawaihae, Hawaii. She married Antone Silva.

Other marriages:
Kaumualii, H.H. Prince George Humehume (George Tamoree)
Harbottle, William

The records are contradictory as to whether Betty Davis was married to King Kaumualii or his son George Humehume, or both.

ELIZABETH KAMAKAILA DAVIS (I.G.I. name for wife of William Harbottle)

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