Kekoolani Genealogy of the Descendants of the Ruling Chiefs of Hawaii


Kalaniuli (Kalani-kai-uli, Kalani-ili, Kalaniulei, Kalani-ulei) (O'ahu Chief) 1, 2, 3.(O'ahu married 4 Naluehiloikeahomakali'i (Nalu-e-hilo-i-ke-aho-makali'i, Naluehiloi Keamakahu).

Other marriages:
Kaulala (Ka-'ulala),

Nalu-e-hilo-i-ke-aho-makali'i pi'o marries her brother Kalaniuli.

Naluehiloikeahomakali'i (Nalu-e-hilo-i-ke-aho-makali'i, Naluehiloi Keamakahu) 1, 2, 3. married 4 Kalaniuli (Kalani-kai-uli, Kalani-ili, Kalaniulei, Kalani-ulei) (O'ahu Chief).

Other marriages:
Iwakilaukapu,

Nalu-e-hilo-i-ke-aho-makali'i is the name given by S.M. Kamakau. She pi'o marries her brother Kalaniuli.

They had the following children:

  M i Lupekapukeahomakalii (Lupe-kapu-ke-aho-makali'i) (Niau'pio Chief).

Ka'ihikapu (Ka'ihikapu I, Ka'ihikapu-a-Manuia, Kaihikapuamanuia) (Ruling Chief of O'ahu) [Parents] 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7.(Ruling married 8 Kaunui-a-Kanehoalani (Kaunuiakanehoalani, Kau-nui-a-kana-hoa-lani, Haunui-a-Kanehoalani) (Lō Chiefess).

Kaihikapu-a-Manuia is the name form given by S.M. Kamakau. Groomed to Chief of Ewa during the lifetime of his mother Kalanimanuia (Ruling Queen of Oahu) according to Kamakau. At her death, his mother appointed him keeper of her gods Kukalani and Ku-ho'one'e-nu'. She deeded him the lands of Kalauao, Aiea, Halawa, Moanalua under the supervision of his older brother Ku-a-Manuia, who was appointed Ruling Chief over all O'ahu.

He became Ruling Chief of O'ahu after his brother.

Kaunui-a-Kanehoalani (Kaunuiakanehoalani, Kau-nui-a-kana-hoa-lani, Haunui-a-Kanehoalani) (Lō Chiefess) [Parents] 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.(Lō married 7 Ka'ihikapu (Ka'ihikapu I, Ka'ihikapu-a-Manuia, Kaihikapuamanuia) (Ruling Chief of O'ahu).

A chief of Waikiki. "Ka'unui-a-Kanehoalani" is the name form employed by S.M. Kamakau. A three-fold chiefess: lo, wohi and Kumohonua. "Kau-nui-a-kana-hoa-lani" is the name used by S.M. Kamakau in "Ruling Chiefs of Hawaii'.

They had the following children:

  M i Kaku'ihewa (Kuhihewa, Kakuihewa, Kekakuihewa) (King of O'ahu).

Kaku'ihewa (Kuhihewa, Kakuihewa, Kekakuihewa) (King of O'ahu) [Parents] 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10.(King married 11, 12, 13 Kahaiaonuiaulana (Ka'eakaloa, Kahalaonuiiakahuailana, Kaha'i-ao-nui-a-Kaulana).

Other marriages:
Ka'akaualani (Ka'akaualani-o-Kauhi'ili'ula), (Chiefess of Ko'olau, O'ahu)
Koaekea (Koa'e-kea),
Unknown

Kakuihewa is the name used by Kamakau.

Kahaiaonuiaulana (Ka'eakaloa, Kahalaonuiiakahuailana, Kaha'i-ao-nui-a-Kaulana) [Parents] 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11.(Ka'eakaloa, married 12, 13, 14 Kaku'ihewa (Kuhihewa, Kakuihewa, Kekakuihewa) (King of O'ahu).

Kae'a-a-Kalona is the name for this wife of Kakuihewa, according to SLK Peleioholani in his "Story of Kamehameha" (page 17), a frequently quoted Hawaiian lanuguage text used by many Hawaiian scholars.

Kaha'i-ao-nui-a-Kaulana is the name used by S.M. Kamakau in "Ruling Chiefs of Hawaii'.

They had the following children:

  M i Ka'ihikapu (Ka'ihikapu II, Kaihikapu-a-Kekakuhihewa, Kaihikapuakuhihewa).
  M ii Kanekapuakuihewa (Kanekapua-a-Kakuihewa, Kane-kapu-a-Ku'ihewa) 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.

Kanekapuakuihewa is named as a child of Kuihewa in S.L. K. Peleioholani's "STORY OF KAMEHAMEHA". Kane-kapu-a-Ku'ihewa is the name used by S.M. Kamakau in "Ruling Chiefs of Hawaii'.
  F iii Makakaualiilani (Makakaualii I, Makakau-ali'i, Makakau-ali'i-lani).

Kaku'ihewa (Kuhihewa, Kakuihewa, Kekakuihewa) (King of O'ahu) [Parents] 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10.(King married 11, 12 Koaekea (Koa'e-kea).

Other marriages:
Kahaiaonuiaulana, (Ka'eakaloa, Kahalaonuiiakahuailana, Kaha'i-ao-nui-a-Kaulana)
Ka'akaualani (Ka'akaualani-o-Kauhi'ili'ula), (Chiefess of Ko'olau, O'ahu)
Unknown

Kakuihewa is the name used by Kamakau.

Koaekea (Koa'e-kea) [Parents] 1, 2, 3, 4. married 5, 6 Kaku'ihewa (Kuhihewa, Kakuihewa, Kekakuihewa) (King of O'ahu).

They had the following children:

  M i Kalehunapaikua (Ka-lehuna-paikua, Kalehuna).

Hoalani (Chief of Ko'olau, O'ahu) [Parents] 1, 2, 3.(Chief married 4 Kauakamakaohua (Kaua Kamakaohua ).

Kauakamakaohua (Kaua Kamakaohua ) 1.) married 2 Hoalani (Chief of Ko'olau, O'ahu).

They had the following children:

  F i Ipuwaiahoalani (Ka-ipu-wai-a-hoa-lani, Ipuwai-o-Hoalani, Kalua-a-Hoohila).

Kahoowahaokalani (Kahoowaha I, Kahoowawaha-o-kalani) [Parents] 1, 2, 3, 4.(Kahoowaha married Kawelolauhuki. He had other parents.

Kahoowaha-o-kalani is the name given for this chief by SLK Peleioholani.
Kahoowahaokalani is the name given in the KA MAKAAINANA article.

Kamakau give his parents as Kahamaluihi and Kanekapuakuihewa.
J.K. Unauna gives his mother a Kaihikapu's other wife Kanakeawe (Kanako'awe).
SLK Peleioholani gives his mother as Ipuwaiahoalani (Kalua-a-Hoohila).

We follow the SLK Peleioholani tradition, which is also supported by other sources.

Kawelolauhuki [Parents] 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. married Kahoowahaokalani (Kahoowaha I, Kahoowawaha-o-kalani).

Fornander suggests she is a daughter of Kawelomahamahaia. We have no other source for this as of 2010. The connection is very sketchy, for now.

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FORNANDER:
"No legends that I have seen state how it happened, but they all concur in representing Kualii of Oahu as the next Kualii. chief over the windward side of Kauai after the death of Kawelo-a-Maihunalii. The historical probability is that
Kualii reclaimed the succession to that portion of the island, as well as the sovereignty, in the name of his grandmother, Kawelolauhuki, one of the daughters of Kawelomahamahaia. The legends of Ifi~aliin ever speak of Kauai as a conquered country, and the presumption is that he came into possession by inheritance, as understood in those days."e into possession by inheritance, as understood in those days."

They had the following children:

  M i Kauakahi (Kauakahi-a-Kahoowahaokalani).

Kanekapu-a-Kuhihewa (Kanekapuakuhihewa) [Parents] 1. married Kahamaluihi (Kaha-malu-'ihi).

Kahamaluihi (Kaha-malu-'ihi) [Parents] 1, 2. married Kanekapu-a-Kuhihewa (Kanekapuakuhihewa).

They had the following children:

  M i Kahoowahaokalani (Kahoowaha I, Kahoowawaha-o-kalani).

Kawelomahamahaia (Kawelo-mahamaha-i'a) (Mo'i, Ruling Chief of Kauai) [Parents] 1, 2, 3.(Mo'i, married 4 Kapohinaokalani (Ka-pohina-o-ka-lani). He had other parents.

Pedigree needs clarification (effects his listed offspring, some of whom may actually be siblings)

Kapohinaokalani (Ka-pohina-o-ka-lani) 1, 2. married 3 Kawelomahamahaia (Kawelo-mahamaha-i'a) (Mo'i, Ruling Chief of Kauai).

They had the following children:

  M i Kawelomakualua (Kawelo-makua-lua, Kawelo-maku-lua) (Mo'i, Ruling Chief of Kauai).
  M ii Kaweloikiakoo 1.
  M iii Kooakapoko 1.
  F iv Kaawihiokalani (Ka-'awihi-o-ka-lani).
  F v Malaiakalani 1.
  F vi Kawelolauhuki.

Dale Frazier [Parents].

He had the following children:

  M i Kevin Frazier.

Dean Spalding Frazier [Parents].Dean married (Wife) Frazier.

(Wife) Frazier.(Wife) married Dean Spalding Frazier.

They had the following children:

  F i (Daughter) Frazier.

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