Kekoolani Genealogy of the Descendants of the Ruling Chiefs of Hawaii

Citations


Kalanikaumaka-o-Wakea (Kalanikaumakaowakea I) (Moi, Ruler of Maui)

1Fornander, Abraham (Circuit Judge of Maui), An Account of the Polynesian Race: Its Origin and Migrations (Vol II): The Ancient History of the Hawaiian People, Trubner & Company, Ludgate Hill, London (1880) / Rutland, VT: Charles E. Tuttle Company, 1969.
An Account of the Polynesian Race, It's Origin and Migrations and the Ancient History of the Hawaiian People to the Times of Kamehameha I, Volume II: The Ancient History of the Hawaiian People.

2Peleioholani, Solomon Lehuanui Kalaniomaiheuila (1906), Genealogy of the Robinson family, and ancient legends and chants of Hawaii, Honolulu Bulletin Publishing Company, Ltd., 1908, Hawaii State Archives (Photocopy), CS 2209. R62 P45 1908.
Translated into English by J.M. Poepoe, Attorney A Law, Editor of the Kuokoa Home Rula. Original is a small booklet, softcover. The Hawaiian genealogist and antiquities expert, thought very highly of the Robinson genealogy and praised this family's lineage in several publications. This is one of the few extant written genealogies that gives details on the descendants of the royal Oahu dynasty of King Kualii and King Peleioholani (his son), mentioning several individuals who are now difficult to trace in any other sources. High Chief S.L.K. Peleioholani (1842-1916), genealogist for the Ali'i families of Old Hawaii, is the father Charles Peleioholani Kekoolani (1875-1942) and the great-great-grandfather of genealogist Dean P. Kekoolani (1961 to Present).

3Peleioholani, Solomon Lehuanui Kalaniomaiheuila, The Complete Ancestry of John Liwai Kalniopuuikapali-o-Molilele-ma-wai-o-Ahukini-Kau-Hawaii Ena, Ke Aloha Aina (Newspaper) March 2, 1907 & March 9, 1907 Reprinted in Hawaiian Genealogies (extracted from Hawaiian Lang.
High Chief S.L.K. Peleioholani (1842-1916), genealogist for the Ali'i families of Old Hawaii, is the father Charles Peleioholani Kekoolani (1875-1942) and the great-great-grandfather of genealogist Dean P. Kekoolani (1961 to Present).

4Ka Makaainana (newspaper) JUNE 8, 1896 "Mookuauhau Ali'i: Na Iwikuamoo o Hawaii Nei Mai Kahiko Loa" (Reprinted in "HAWAIIAN GENEALOGIES VOLUME 1" (Edith McKinzie)).

5Ka Makaainana (newspaper) JULY 6, 1896 "Mookuauhau Ali'i: Na Iwikuamoo o Hawaii Nei Mai Kahiko Mai" (Reprinted in "HAWAIIAN GENEALOGIES VOLUME 1" (Edith McKinzie)).

6Kamakau, Samuel Manaiakalani, Ka Nupepa Kuokoa (Newspaper) SEPTEMBER 30, 1865 "Ka Moolelo O Hawaii Nei Helu 14" (The History of Hawaii No. 14) (Reprinted in HAWAIIAN GENEALOGIES (VOLUME 2) (Edith McKinzie)).

7Ka Nupepa Kuokoa (Newspaper) JULY 26, 1901 "Hala ia Makuahine" ("This Mother is Gone" - Obituary of Panana Parker) (Reprinted in HAWAIIAN GENEALOGIES (VOLUME 2) (Edith McKinzie)).

8Kamakau, Samuel Manaiakalani, Ka Nupepa Kuokoa (Newspaper) SEPTEMBER 23, 1865 "Ka Moolelo O Hawaii Nei" (Reprinted in NA MOOLELO A KA PO'E KAHIKO (TALES AND TRADITIONS OF THE PEOPLE OF OLD)
PEOPLE OF OLD)).
Translated by Mary Kawena Pukui.

9Kamakau, Samuel Manaiakalani, Ka Nupepa Kuokoa (Newspaper) SEPTEMBER 23, 1865 "Ka Moolelo O Hawaii Nei".


Kekaikuihala (Kekaikuihala I, Ke-kai-ku'i-hala, Kanekauhi, Kaneakaula)

1Fornander, Abraham (Circuit Judge of Maui), An Account of the Polynesian Race: Its Origin and Migrations (Vol II): The Ancient History of the Hawaiian People, Trubner & Company, Ludgate Hill, London (1880) / Rutland, VT: Charles E. Tuttle Company, 1969.
An Account of the Polynesian Race, It's Origin and Migrations and the Ancient History of the Hawaiian People to the Times of Kamehameha I, Volume II: The Ancient History of the Hawaiian People.

2Peleioholani, Solomon Lehuanui Kalaniomaiheuila, The Complete Ancestry of John Liwai Kalniopuuikapali-o-Molilele-ma-wai-o-Ahukini-Kau-Hawaii Ena, Ke Aloha Aina (Newspaper) March 2, 1907 & March 9, 1907 Reprinted in Hawaiian Genealogies (extracted from Hawaiian Lang.
High Chief S.L.K. Peleioholani (1842-1916), genealogist for the Ali'i families of Old Hawaii, is the father Charles Peleioholani Kekoolani (1875-1942) and the great-great-grandfather of genealogist Dean P. Kekoolani (1961 to Present).

3Ka Makaainana (newspaper) JUNE 8, 1896 "Mookuauhau Ali'i: Na Iwikuamoo o Hawaii Nei Mai Kahiko Loa" (Reprinted in "HAWAIIAN GENEALOGIES VOLUME 1" (Edith McKinzie)).

4Ka Makaainana (newspaper) JULY 6, 1896 "Mookuauhau Ali'i: Na Iwikuamoo o Hawaii Nei Mai Kahiko Mai" (Reprinted in "HAWAIIAN GENEALOGIES VOLUME 1" (Edith McKinzie)).

5Kamakau, Samuel Manaiakalani, Ka Nupepa Kuokoa (Newspaper) SEPTEMBER 30, 1865 "Ka Moolelo O Hawaii Nei Helu 14" (The History of Hawaii No. 14) (Reprinted in HAWAIIAN GENEALOGIES (VOLUME 2) (Edith McKinzie)).

6Kamakau, Samuel Manaiakalani, Ka Nupepa Kuokoa (Newspaper) SEPTEMBER 23, 1865 "Ka Moolelo O Hawaii Nei" (Reprinted in NA MOOLELO A KA PO'E KAHIKO (TALES AND TRADITIONS OF THE PEOPLE OF OLD)
PEOPLE OF OLD)).
Translated by Mary Kawena Pukui.


Ka'aikumoku (Ka'aikumoku II)

1Pukui, Mary (Editor), Fragments of Genealogy (A Collection) (Compiled by Mary Pukui)., Unpublished, Handtyped Manuscript (Binder), LDS Family History Center (Kalihi), Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Days Saints, Kalihi Ward, Honolulu, HAwaii.
"Fragments of Genealogy" is a collection of genealogies gathered on Lanai by Mary Kawena Pukui. This copy was at the LDS Family History Center, Kalihi, Oahu, Hawaii. Shown to me by Genealogist Charles Ahlo. (Dean Kekoolani, 2003).

2Oukah, Emperor of Tsalagi., Royal and Noble Genealogies of Hawaii, 1999, Dallas, TX: Triskelion Press. CS2204 .O85 1998.
This is a very good compilation of Hawaiian Genealogy by a non-Hawaiian. It contains a lot of information that has become difficult to access. It contains some errors, but it is overall a valuable resource and has a lot of reliable data. The author claims to be a very high ranking chief (perhaps the highest) of the Cherokee Nations of Texas. This could not be confirmed. The author also seems somewhat controversial among Cherokees. His Hawaiian genealogy research is very well done, whatever his personal back story may be.

3Pukui, Mary (Editor), Fragments of Genealogy (A Collection) (Compiled by Mary Pukui).


Akaka Kukalani (Akaka, I-Kekulani)

1Pukui, Mary (Editor), Fragments of Genealogy (A Collection) (Compiled by Mary Pukui)., Unpublished, Handtyped Manuscript (Binder), LDS Family History Center (Kalihi), Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Days Saints, Kalihi Ward, Honolulu, HAwaii.
"Fragments of Genealogy" is a collection of genealogies gathered on Lanai by Mary Kawena Pukui. This copy was at the LDS Family History Center, Kalihi, Oahu, Hawaii. Shown to me by Genealogist Charles Ahlo. (Dean Kekoolani, 2003).

2Oukah, Emperor of Tsalagi., Royal and Noble Genealogies of Hawaii, 1999, Dallas, TX: Triskelion Press. CS2204 .O85 1998.
This is a very good compilation of Hawaiian Genealogy by a non-Hawaiian. It contains a lot of information that has become difficult to access. It contains some errors, but it is overall a valuable resource and has a lot of reliable data. The author claims to be a very high ranking chief (perhaps the highest) of the Cherokee Nations of Texas. This could not be confirmed. The author also seems somewhat controversial among Cherokees. His Hawaiian genealogy research is very well done, whatever his personal back story may be.

3Pukui, Mary (Editor), Fragments of Genealogy (A Collection) (Compiled by Mary Pukui).


Solomon Lehuanui Kalaniomaiheuila Peleioholani (Peleioholani IV)

1Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints / Ordinance Index, Batch 8976605 5 Source 1553597.

2Peleioholani, Solomon Lehuanui Kalaniomaiheuila, The Complete Ancestry of John Liwai Kalniopuuikapali-o-Molilele-ma-wai-o-Ahukini-Kau-Hawaii Ena, Ke Aloha Aina (Newspaper) March 2, 1907 & March 9, 1907 Reprinted in Hawaiian Genealogies (extracted from Hawaiian Lang.
High Chief S.L.K. Peleioholani (1842-1916), genealogist for the Ali'i families of Old Hawaii, is the father Charles Peleioholani Kekoolani (1875-1942) and the great-great-grandfather of genealogist Dean P. Kekoolani (1961 to Present).

3Peleioholani, Solomon Lehuanui Kalaniomaiheuila, The Story of Kamehameha (Unplublished Manuscript, Hawaiian language, Handwritten (Bishop Museum Archives HI.L.9.4)), Bishop Museum Archives, PO Box 19000-A, Honolulu, Hawaii 96817, Ms HI. L.9.4.
High Chief S.L.K. Peleioholani (1842-1916), genealogist for the Ali'i families of Old Hawaii, is the father Charles Peleioholani Kekoolani (1875-1942) and the great-great-grandfather of genealogist Dean P. Kekoolani (1961 to Present).

4Lilikalani. E.K. (Court Genealogist to Her Majesty Liliuokalani, Queen of HawaiiI), Book of Lineage of the Chiefs for the Information of Queen Liliuokalani.
This register for Liluokalani lists the three children of Noah Peleioholani: Solomon Peleioholani ("Lehuanui"), Ululani Baker ("Liwai"), and Ameilia Kekulu ("Kekulu").

5Peleioholani, Solomon Lehuanui Kalaniomaiheuila (1902), Genealogy of Solomon L.K. Peleioholani, Unpublished Manuscript, Hawaiian language, Handwritten, Bishop Museum Archives, PO Box 19000-A, Honolulu, Hawaii 96817, Micro 232.6 G1.10.
A genealogy discovered in the genelaogy collection catalog of the Bishop Museum. Bishop Museum Archives (Microfilm 232.6 G1.10) (c. 1902). Written by Solomon Peleioholani in Hawaiian, contains detailed genealogy information. No full translation in English. Handwritten manuscript (Hawaiian language). High Chief S.L.K. Peleioholani (1842-1916), genealogist for the Ali'i families of Old Hawaii, is the father Charles Peleioholani Kekoolani (1875-1942) and the great-great-grandfather of genealogist Dean P. Kekoolani (1961 to Present).

6Ka Makaainana (newspaper) OCTOBER 5, 1896 "Mookuauhau Ali'i: Na Iwikuamoo o Hawaii Nei Mai Kahiko Mai (Mai ka Helu 13)" (Reprinted in "HAWAIIAN GENEALOGIES VOLUME 1" (Edith McKinzie)).

7Pukui, Mary (Editor), Genealogy of Annie Kahalelehua Peleioholani from "Hawaiian Genealogies" (Collected by Mary Pukui)., Unpublished, Photocopies, Handtyped Manuscript (Binder), LDS Family History Center (Kalihi), Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Days Saints, Kalihi Ward, Honolulu, HAwaii.
"Hawaiian Genealogies" is a collection of rare genealogies gathered, transcribed and edited by Mary Kawena Pukui. This copy was at the LDS Family History Center, Kalihi, Oahu, Hawaii.

8Pukui, Mary (Editor), Fragments of Genealogy (A Collection) (Compiled by Mary Pukui)., Unpublished, Handtyped Manuscript (Binder), LDS Family History Center (Kalihi), Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Days Saints, Kalihi Ward, Honolulu, HAwaii.
"Fragments of Genealogy" is a collection of genealogies gathered on Lanai by Mary Kawena Pukui. This copy was at the LDS Family History Center, Kalihi, Oahu, Hawaii. Shown to me by Genealogist Charles Ahlo. (Dean Kekoolani, 2003).


Elizabeth Kekumano (Kekumanomanookekapu)

1Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints / International Genealogical Index / Familysearch.org (Internet service), Film 8976605 Sheet 04.
Source Call No. 1553597 (Type: Film).

2(Various), Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints / Ancestral File (www.familysearch.org), Information submitted by Church Members through their individual Ancestral File data records (this is secondary source).
The information in the Ancestral File records from the LDS church are not verified against official records. They are from member submissions since 1978.

3Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints / International Genealogical Index / Familysearch.org (Internet service).
Listed as Kekumao-Kaheneli, married to solomon Lehuanui Peleioholani.

4Peleioholani, Solomon Lehuanui Kalaniomaiheuila, The Complete Ancestry of John Liwai Kalniopuuikapali-o-Molilele-ma-wai-o-Ahukini-Kau-Hawaii Ena, Ke Aloha Aina (Newspaper) March 2, 1907 & March 9, 1907 Reprinted in Hawaiian Genealogies (extracted from Hawaiian Lang.
High Chief S.L.K. Peleioholani (1842-1916), genealogist for the Ali'i families of Old Hawaii, is the father Charles Peleioholani Kekoolani (1875-1942) and the great-great-grandfather of genealogist Dean P. Kekoolani (1961 to Present).

5Peleioholani, Solomon Lehuanui Kalaniomaiheuila, The Story of Kamehameha (Unplublished Manuscript, Hawaiian language, Handwritten (Bishop Museum Archives HI.L.9.4)), Bishop Museum Archives, PO Box 19000-A, Honolulu, Hawaii 96817, Ms HI. L.9.4.
High Chief S.L.K. Peleioholani (1842-1916), genealogist for the Ali'i families of Old Hawaii, is the father Charles Peleioholani Kekoolani (1875-1942) and the great-great-grandfather of genealogist Dean P. Kekoolani (1961 to Present).

6Pukui, Mary (Editor), Genealogy of Annie Kahalelehua Peleioholani from "Hawaiian Genealogies" (Collected by Mary Pukui)., Unpublished, Photocopies, Handtyped Manuscript (Binder), LDS Family History Center (Kalihi), Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Days Saints, Kalihi Ward, Honolulu, HAwaii.
"Hawaiian Genealogies" is a collection of rare genealogies gathered, transcribed and edited by Mary Kawena Pukui. This copy was at the LDS Family History Center, Kalihi, Oahu, Hawaii.


Kaenaokalani Peleioholani

1Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints / Ordinance Index, Batch 8133790 81 Source 0884720.


Solomon Lehuanui Kalaniomaiheuila Peleioholani (Peleioholani IV)

1Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints / Ordinance Index, Batch 8976605 5 Source 1553597.

2Peleioholani, Solomon Lehuanui Kalaniomaiheuila, The Complete Ancestry of John Liwai Kalniopuuikapali-o-Molilele-ma-wai-o-Ahukini-Kau-Hawaii Ena, Ke Aloha Aina (Newspaper) March 2, 1907 & March 9, 1907 Reprinted in Hawaiian Genealogies (extracted from Hawaiian Lang.
High Chief S.L.K. Peleioholani (1842-1916), genealogist for the Ali'i families of Old Hawaii, is the father Charles Peleioholani Kekoolani (1875-1942) and the great-great-grandfather of genealogist Dean P. Kekoolani (1961 to Present).

3Peleioholani, Solomon Lehuanui Kalaniomaiheuila, The Story of Kamehameha (Unplublished Manuscript, Hawaiian language, Handwritten (Bishop Museum Archives HI.L.9.4)), Bishop Museum Archives, PO Box 19000-A, Honolulu, Hawaii 96817, Ms HI. L.9.4.
High Chief S.L.K. Peleioholani (1842-1916), genealogist for the Ali'i families of Old Hawaii, is the father Charles Peleioholani Kekoolani (1875-1942) and the great-great-grandfather of genealogist Dean P. Kekoolani (1961 to Present).

4Lilikalani. E.K. (Court Genealogist to Her Majesty Liliuokalani, Queen of HawaiiI), Book of Lineage of the Chiefs for the Information of Queen Liliuokalani.
This register for Liluokalani lists the three children of Noah Peleioholani: Solomon Peleioholani ("Lehuanui"), Ululani Baker ("Liwai"), and Ameilia Kekulu ("Kekulu").

5Peleioholani, Solomon Lehuanui Kalaniomaiheuila (1902), Genealogy of Solomon L.K. Peleioholani, Unpublished Manuscript, Hawaiian language, Handwritten, Bishop Museum Archives, PO Box 19000-A, Honolulu, Hawaii 96817, Micro 232.6 G1.10.
A genealogy discovered in the genelaogy collection catalog of the Bishop Museum. Bishop Museum Archives (Microfilm 232.6 G1.10) (c. 1902). Written by Solomon Peleioholani in Hawaiian, contains detailed genealogy information. No full translation in English. Handwritten manuscript (Hawaiian language). High Chief S.L.K. Peleioholani (1842-1916), genealogist for the Ali'i families of Old Hawaii, is the father Charles Peleioholani Kekoolani (1875-1942) and the great-great-grandfather of genealogist Dean P. Kekoolani (1961 to Present).

6Ka Makaainana (newspaper) OCTOBER 5, 1896 "Mookuauhau Ali'i: Na Iwikuamoo o Hawaii Nei Mai Kahiko Mai (Mai ka Helu 13)" (Reprinted in "HAWAIIAN GENEALOGIES VOLUME 1" (Edith McKinzie)).

7Pukui, Mary (Editor), Genealogy of Annie Kahalelehua Peleioholani from "Hawaiian Genealogies" (Collected by Mary Pukui)., Unpublished, Photocopies, Handtyped Manuscript (Binder), LDS Family History Center (Kalihi), Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Days Saints, Kalihi Ward, Honolulu, HAwaii.
"Hawaiian Genealogies" is a collection of rare genealogies gathered, transcribed and edited by Mary Kawena Pukui. This copy was at the LDS Family History Center, Kalihi, Oahu, Hawaii.

8Pukui, Mary (Editor), Fragments of Genealogy (A Collection) (Compiled by Mary Pukui)., Unpublished, Handtyped Manuscript (Binder), LDS Family History Center (Kalihi), Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Days Saints, Kalihi Ward, Honolulu, HAwaii.
"Fragments of Genealogy" is a collection of genealogies gathered on Lanai by Mary Kawena Pukui. This copy was at the LDS Family History Center, Kalihi, Oahu, Hawaii. Shown to me by Genealogist Charles Ahlo. (Dean Kekoolani, 2003).


Kamakaolani (Kamakaolani II)

1Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints / International Genealogical Index / Familysearch.org (Internet service), Film 458735.


Keakealani

1Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints / International Genealogical Index / Familysearch.org (Internet service), Film 458735.


George Alika Hussey Jr.

1Akao, Amy Charlotte Kaelehiwa Kekoolani (Coordinator), Hussey Family Genealogy Book / Hussey Family Reunion 1994 / Family Group Sheets.

2Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints / International Genealogical Index / Familysearch.org (Internet service), Film 178154 pg 398 ref 10291.


Ellarene Kapapaihaleonaalii (Papaihaleonaalii) Kaawa (Moi Kaawa)

1Hussey Family Genealogy Book / Family Group Sheets (Alan Cardi).

2Akao, Amy Charlotte Kaelehiwa Kekoolani, Hussey's of Waipio Genealogy (Chart), Kekoolani Family Genealogy Library.

3Hussey Family Genealogy Book / Family Group Sheets (Charlene Kuhia).

4Hussey Family Genealogy Book / Family Group Sheets (Amy Kekoolani Akao).


Mary Kuulei Hussey

1Akao, Amy Charlotte Kaelehiwa Kekoolani, Hussey's of Waipio Genealogy (Chart), Kekoolani Family Genealogy Library.

2Hussey Family Genealogy Book / Family Group Sheets (Y. Lihue Kahalehoe Cablay).
SOURCES:
(A)
Church Records - Kalihi Gen. Library. BYU Archives

(B)
Thomas Valentin Kintaro, Jr. (Great-great grandson of G. Hussey Sr.)
808-A Lopez Lane
Honolulu, Hawaii 96817.


Hannah Leialoha Hussey

1Akao, Amy Charlotte Kaelehiwa Kekoolani, Hussey's of Waipio Genealogy (Chart), Kekoolani Family Genealogy Library.

2Hussey Family Genealogy Book / Family Group Sheets (Y. Lihue Kahalehoe Cablay).
SOURCES:
(A)
Church Records - Kalihi Gen. Library. BYU Archives

(B)
Thomas Valentin Kintaro, Jr. (Great-great grandson of G. Hussey Sr.)
808-A Lopez Lane
Honolulu, Hawaii 96817.


John Maikaaloa Hussey

1Akao, Amy Charlotte Kaelehiwa Kekoolani, Hussey's of Waipio Genealogy (Chart), Kekoolani Family Genealogy Library.


Samuel Hussey

1Akao, Amy Charlotte Kaelehiwa Kekoolani, Hussey's of Waipio Genealogy (Chart), Kekoolani Family Genealogy Library.


Nanaulu (Nana'ulu)

1Peleioholani, Solomon Lehuanui Kalaniomaiheuila (1906), Genealogy of the Robinson family, and ancient legends and chants of Hawaii, Honolulu Bulletin Publishing Company, Ltd., 1908, Hawaii State Archives (Photocopy), CS 2209. R62 P45 1908.
Translated into English by J.M. Poepoe, Attorney A Law, Editor of the Kuokoa Home Rula. Original is a small booklet, softcover. The Hawaiian genealogist and antiquities expert, thought very highly of the Robinson genealogy and praised this family's lineage in several publications. This is one of the few extant written genealogies that gives details on the descendants of the royal Oahu dynasty of King Kualii and King Peleioholani (his son), mentioning several individuals who are now difficult to trace in any other sources. High Chief S.L.K. Peleioholani (1842-1916), genealogist for the Ali'i families of Old Hawaii, is the father Charles Peleioholani Kekoolani (1875-1942) and the great-great-grandfather of genealogist Dean P. Kekoolani (1961 to Present).

2Kamakau, Samuel Manaiakalani, Tales and Traditions of the People of Old.
Nanaulu and Ulu are traditionally accepted as having been the twin sons of Kii (called Kukii by genealogist Solomon Peleioholani) and Hinakaula.

3Kamakau, Samuel Manaiakalani, Ka Nupepa Kuokoa (Newspaper) SEPTEMBER 30, 1865 "Ka Moolelo O Hawaii Nei Helu 14" (The History of Hawaii No. 14) (Reprinted in HAWAIIAN GENEALOGIES (VOLUME 2) (Edith McKinzie)).


Ulukou (Ulukaee)

1Ka Nonanona (Newspaper) OCTOBER 25, 1842 Page 49 "Mookuauhau" (Reprinted in "HAWAIIAN GENEALOGIES VOLUME 1" (Edith McKinzie)).

2Kamakau, Samuel Manaiakalani, Ka Nupepa Kuokoa (Newspaper) SEPTEMBER 30, 1865 "Ka Moolelo O Hawaii Nei Helu 14" (The History of Hawaii No. 14) (Reprinted in HAWAIIAN GENEALOGIES (VOLUME 2) (Edith McKinzie)).


Puna (Puna-i-mua)

1Kalakaua, David (H.M. King Kalakaua) - Translator, The Kumulipo (A Hawaiian Geneaological and Creation Chant).
A traditional Hawaiian chant, part of the vast corpus of unwritten (oral) literature of Hawaii. The Kumulipo was last ceremonially recited as a mele inoa or "name chant" on the occasion of the birth of a high chief for the Big Island ali'i Kalaninuiiamamao (Ka'i'imamao). It is also believed that the High Chief Keeaumoku Papaiaheahe was the last who requested that the chant be recited for him in the traditional manner as he was on his deathbed.

2Ka Nonanona (Newspaper) OCTOBER 25, 1842 Page 49 "Mookuauhau" (Reprinted in "HAWAIIAN GENEALOGIES VOLUME 1" (Edith McKinzie)).

3Peleioholani, Solomon Lehuanui Kalaniomaiheuila (1906), Genealogy of the Robinson family, and ancient legends and chants of Hawaii, Honolulu Bulletin Publishing Company, Ltd., 1908, Hawaii State Archives (Photocopy), CS 2209. R62 P45 1908.
Translated into English by J.M. Poepoe, Attorney A Law, Editor of the Kuokoa Home Rula. Original is a small booklet, softcover. The Hawaiian genealogist and antiquities expert, thought very highly of the Robinson genealogy and praised this family's lineage in several publications. This is one of the few extant written genealogies that gives details on the descendants of the royal Oahu dynasty of King Kualii and King Peleioholani (his son), mentioning several individuals who are now difficult to trace in any other sources. High Chief S.L.K. Peleioholani (1842-1916), genealogist for the Ali'i families of Old Hawaii, is the father Charles Peleioholani Kekoolani (1875-1942) and the great-great-grandfather of genealogist Dean P. Kekoolani (1961 to Present).

4Kamakau, Samuel Manaiakalani, Tales and Traditions of People of Old (Na Mo'olelo a ka Po'e Kahiko), Bishop Museum Press, Honolulu.
Translated from the newspaper Ka Nupepa Kuokoa and Ke Au Okoa by Mary Kawena Pukui. Edited by Dorothy B. Barrere.

5Kamakau, Samuel M., Ruling Chiefs of Hawaii (Revised Edition) Appendix Genealogies (Kamehameha Schools Press, Honolulu, Hawaii 1961).

6Peleioholani, Solomon Lehuanui Kalaniomaiheuila (1906), Genealogy of the Robinson family, and ancient legends and chants of Hawaii.


Hinalauohia (Ha'inalaumaikalani, Ha'i-nalau-mai-ka-lani, Ha'i-nalu)

1Ka Nonanona (Newspaper) OCTOBER 25, 1842 Page 49 "Mookuauhau" (Reprinted in "HAWAIIAN GENEALOGIES VOLUME 1" (Edith McKinzie)).

2Peleioholani, Solomon Lehuanui Kalaniomaiheuila (1906), Genealogy of the Robinson family, and ancient legends and chants of Hawaii, Honolulu Bulletin Publishing Company, Ltd., 1908, Hawaii State Archives (Photocopy), CS 2209. R62 P45 1908.
Translated into English by J.M. Poepoe, Attorney A Law, Editor of the Kuokoa Home Rula. Original is a small booklet, softcover. The Hawaiian genealogist and antiquities expert, thought very highly of the Robinson genealogy and praised this family's lineage in several publications. This is one of the few extant written genealogies that gives details on the descendants of the royal Oahu dynasty of King Kualii and King Peleioholani (his son), mentioning several individuals who are now difficult to trace in any other sources. High Chief S.L.K. Peleioholani (1842-1916), genealogist for the Ali'i families of Old Hawaii, is the father Charles Peleioholani Kekoolani (1875-1942) and the great-great-grandfather of genealogist Dean P. Kekoolani (1961 to Present).

3Pukui, Mary (Editor), Genealogy of Kuhio Kalaniana'ole, Unpublished, Photocopies, Handtyped Manuscript (Binder), LDS Family History Center (Kalihi), Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Days Saints, Kalihi Ward, Honolulu, HAwaii.
Reprinted in "Hawaiian Genealogies", a collection of rare genealogies gathered, transcribed and edited by Mary Kawena Pukui. This copy was at the LDS Family History Center, Kalihi, Oahu, Hawaii.

4Kamakau, Samuel M., Ruling Chiefs of Hawaii (Revised Edition) Appendix Genealogies (Kamehameha Schools Press, Honolulu, Hawaii 1961).

5Peleioholani, Solomon Lehuanui Kalaniomaiheuila (1906), Genealogy of the Robinson family, and ancient legends and chants of Hawaii.


Hakau (Hakau-o-Liloa) (King of Hawaii)

1Peleioholani, Solomon Lehuanui Kalaniomaiheuila (1906), Genealogy of the Robinson family, and ancient legends and chants of Hawaii, Honolulu Bulletin Publishing Company, Ltd., 1908, Hawaii State Archives (Photocopy), CS 2209. R62 P45 1908.
Translated into English by J.M. Poepoe, Attorney A Law, Editor of the Kuokoa Home Rula. Original is a small booklet, softcover. The Hawaiian genealogist and antiquities expert, thought very highly of the Robinson genealogy and praised this family's lineage in several publications. This is one of the few extant written genealogies that gives details on the descendants of the royal Oahu dynasty of King Kualii and King Peleioholani (his son), mentioning several individuals who are now difficult to trace in any other sources. High Chief S.L.K. Peleioholani (1842-1916), genealogist for the Ali'i families of Old Hawaii, is the father Charles Peleioholani Kekoolani (1875-1942) and the great-great-grandfather of genealogist Dean P. Kekoolani (1961 to Present).

2Ka Nonanona (Newspaper) OCTOBER 25, 1842 Page 49 "Mookuauhau" (Reprinted in "HAWAIIAN GENEALOGIES VOLUME 1" (Edith McKinzie)).

3Genealogy of Mrs. M.L.K. Makakuikalani / "KUU HOAPILI UA HALA" / Nupepa Kuokoa, Honolulu, T.H., Poaha, Mei 4, 1922.

4Ka Nupepa Kuokoa (Newspaper) OCTOBER 7, 1893 "He Moolelo Hawaii Chapter X" (Na hooponopono i koe a ka mookauahau alii) (Reprinted in HAWAIIAN GENEALOGIES (VOLUME 2) (Edith McKinzie)).

5Mitchell, Rudy Leikaimana (Archeologist & HIstorian, Waimea Falls Park, Oahu), Hewahewanui Genealogy (No.1 thru 4) (Unpublished Manuscript: "From God to God: Hawaii's Seven Centuries of Religious Influence" 1979).
This edition of the manuscript containing the first four Hewahewanui genealogies was distributed on the occasion of the 1980 Reunion for the Descendants of Hewahewanui.

6Peleioholani, Solomon Lehuanui Kalaniomaiheuila (1906), Genealogy of the Robinson family, and ancient legends and chants of Hawaii.

7Mitchell, Rudy Leikaimana (Archeologist & HIstorian, Waimea Falls Park, Oahu), Hewahewanui Genealogy (No.1 thru 4).


Kukukalani-o-Pae

1Fornander, Abraham (Circuit Judge of Maui), An Account of the Polynesian Race: Its Origin and Migrations (Vol II): The Ancient History of the Hawaiian People, Trubner & Company, Ludgate Hill, London (1880) / Rutland, VT: Charles E. Tuttle Company, 1969.
An Account of the Polynesian Race, It's Origin and Migrations and the Ancient History of the Hawaiian People to the Times of Kamehameha I, Volume II: The Ancient History of the Hawaiian People.

2Peleioholani, Solomon Lehuanui Kalaniomaiheuila (1906), Genealogy of the Robinson family, and ancient legends and chants of Hawaii, Honolulu Bulletin Publishing Company, Ltd., 1908, Hawaii State Archives (Photocopy), CS 2209. R62 P45 1908.
Translated into English by J.M. Poepoe, Attorney A Law, Editor of the Kuokoa Home Rula. Original is a small booklet, softcover. The Hawaiian genealogist and antiquities expert, thought very highly of the Robinson genealogy and praised this family's lineage in several publications. This is one of the few extant written genealogies that gives details on the descendants of the royal Oahu dynasty of King Kualii and King Peleioholani (his son), mentioning several individuals who are now difficult to trace in any other sources. High Chief S.L.K. Peleioholani (1842-1916), genealogist for the Ali'i families of Old Hawaii, is the father Charles Peleioholani Kekoolani (1875-1942) and the great-great-grandfather of genealogist Dean P. Kekoolani (1961 to Present).

3Ka Nonanona (Newspaper) OCTOBER 25, 1842 Page 49 "Mookuauhau" (Reprinted in "HAWAIIAN GENEALOGIES VOLUME 1" (Edith McKinzie)).

4Mitchell, Rudy Leikaimana (Archeologist & HIstorian, Waimea Falls Park, Oahu), Hewahewanui Genealogy (No.1 thru 4) (Unpublished Manuscript: "From God to God: Hawaii's Seven Centuries of Religious Influence" 1979).
This edition of the manuscript containing the first four Hewahewanui genealogies was distributed on the occasion of the 1980 Reunion for the Descendants of Hewahewanui.

5Peleioholani, Solomon Lehuanui Kalaniomaiheuila (1906), Genealogy of the Robinson family, and ancient legends and chants of Hawaii.

6Mitchell, Rudy Leikaimana (Archeologist & HIstorian, Waimea Falls Park, Oahu), Hewahewanui Genealogy (No.1 thru 4).


Hoe

1Mitchell, Rudy Leikaimana (Archeologist & HIstorian, Waimea Falls Park, Oahu), Hewahewanui Genealogy (No.1 thru 4) (Unpublished Manuscript: "From God to God: Hawaii's Seven Centuries of Religious Influence" 1979).
This edition of the manuscript containing the first four Hewahewanui genealogies was distributed on the occasion of the 1980 Reunion for the Descendants of Hewahewanui.


Keawenui-a-Umi (Mo'i, Ruler of Hawaii by Conquest)

1Fornander, Abraham (Circuit Judge of Maui), An Account of the Polynesian Race: Its Origin and Migrations (Vol II): The Ancient History of the Hawaiian People, Trubner & Company, Ludgate Hill, London (1880) / Rutland, VT: Charles E. Tuttle Company, 1969.
An Account of the Polynesian Race, It's Origin and Migrations and the Ancient History of the Hawaiian People to the Times of Kamehameha I, Volume II: The Ancient History of the Hawaiian People.

2Peleioholani, Solomon Lehuanui Kalaniomaiheuila (1906), Genealogy of the Robinson family, and ancient legends and chants of Hawaii, Honolulu Bulletin Publishing Company, Ltd., 1908, Hawaii State Archives (Photocopy), CS 2209. R62 P45 1908.
Translated into English by J.M. Poepoe, Attorney A Law, Editor of the Kuokoa Home Rula. Original is a small booklet, softcover. The Hawaiian genealogist and antiquities expert, thought very highly of the Robinson genealogy and praised this family's lineage in several publications. This is one of the few extant written genealogies that gives details on the descendants of the royal Oahu dynasty of King Kualii and King Peleioholani (his son), mentioning several individuals who are now difficult to trace in any other sources. High Chief S.L.K. Peleioholani (1842-1916), genealogist for the Ali'i families of Old Hawaii, is the father Charles Peleioholani Kekoolani (1875-1942) and the great-great-grandfather of genealogist Dean P. Kekoolani (1961 to Present).

3Ka Nonanona (Newspaper) OCTOBER 25, 1842 Page 49 "Mookuauhau" (Reprinted in "HAWAIIAN GENEALOGIES VOLUME 1" (Edith McKinzie)).

4Ka Makaainana (newspaper) JULY 13, 1896 "Mookuauhau Ali'i: Na Iwikuamoo o Hawaii Nei Mai Kahiko Mai" ((Hoomau ia mai kela mai) Reprinted in "HAWAIIAN GENEALOGIES VOLUME 1" (Edith McKinzie)).

5Unauna, J.K., Ka Nupepa Kuokoa (Newspaper) DECEMBER 12, 1874 "Ka Moolel Kuauhua o na Kupuna O Ke'lii Ekamaekamaeauaia a me Mauli Pokii" (Reprinted in HAWAIIAN GENEALOGIES (VOLUME 2) (Edith McKinzie)).
The Genealogical History of the Ancestors of the Chief Ekamaekamaeauaia and His Younger Relatives.

6(Unknown), Ka Nupepa Kuokoa (Newspaper) SEPTEMBER 30, 1893 "He Moolelo Hawaii Chapter X" (A Hawaiian History Chapter 10) (Reprinted in HAWAIIAN GENEALOGIES (VOLUME 2) (Edith McKinzie)).

7Ka Makaainana (newspaper) AUGUST 31, 1896 "Mookuauhau Ali'i: Na Iwikuamoo o Hawaii Nei Mai Kahiko Mai" (Reprinted in "HAWAIIAN GENEALOGIES VOLUME 1" (Edith McKinzie)).

8Oukah, Emperor of Tsalagi., Royal and Noble Genealogies of Hawaii, 1999, Dallas, TX: Triskelion Press. CS2204 .O85 1998.
This is a very good compilation of Hawaiian Genealogy by a non-Hawaiian. It contains a lot of information that has become difficult to access. It contains some errors, but it is overall a valuable resource and has a lot of reliable data. The author claims to be a very high ranking chief (perhaps the highest) of the Cherokee Nations of Texas. This could not be confirmed. The author also seems somewhat controversial among Cherokees. His Hawaiian genealogy research is very well done, whatever his personal back story may be.


Kamolanui-a-Umi (Kamolanuiaumi, Kamola-nui-a-Umi)

1Fornander, Abraham (Circuit Judge of Maui), An Account of the Polynesian Race: Its Origin and Migrations (Vol II): The Ancient History of the Hawaiian People, Trubner & Company, Ludgate Hill, London (1880) / Rutland, VT: Charles E. Tuttle Company, 1969.
An Account of the Polynesian Race, It's Origin and Migrations and the Ancient History of the Hawaiian People to the Times of Kamehameha I, Volume II: The Ancient History of the Hawaiian People.

2Ka Nonanona (Newspaper) OCTOBER 25, 1842 Page 49 "Mookuauhau" (Reprinted in "HAWAIIAN GENEALOGIES VOLUME 1" (Edith McKinzie)).

3Unauna, J.K., Ka Nupepa Kuokoa (Newspaper) DECEMBER 12, 1874 "Ka Moolel Kuauhua o na Kupuna O Ke'lii Ekamaekamaeauaia a me Mauli Pokii" (Reprinted in HAWAIIAN GENEALOGIES (VOLUME 2) (Edith McKinzie)).
The Genealogical History of the Ancestors of the Chief Ekamaekamaeauaia and His Younger Relatives.

4Peleioholani, Solomon Lehuanui Kalaniomaiheuila (1906), Genealogy of the Robinson family, and ancient legends and chants of Hawaii, Honolulu Bulletin Publishing Company, Ltd., 1908, Hawaii State Archives (Photocopy), CS 2209. R62 P45 1908.
Translated into English by J.M. Poepoe, Attorney A Law, Editor of the Kuokoa Home Rula. Original is a small booklet, softcover. The Hawaiian genealogist and antiquities expert, thought very highly of the Robinson genealogy and praised this family's lineage in several publications. This is one of the few extant written genealogies that gives details on the descendants of the royal Oahu dynasty of King Kualii and King Peleioholani (his son), mentioning several individuals who are now difficult to trace in any other sources. High Chief S.L.K. Peleioholani (1842-1916), genealogist for the Ali'i families of Old Hawaii, is the father Charles Peleioholani Kekoolani (1875-1942) and the great-great-grandfather of genealogist Dean P. Kekoolani (1961 to Present).

5Oukah, Emperor of Tsalagi., Royal and Noble Genealogies of Hawaii, 1999, Dallas, TX: Triskelion Press. CS2204 .O85 1998.
This is a very good compilation of Hawaiian Genealogy by a non-Hawaiian. It contains a lot of information that has become difficult to access. It contains some errors, but it is overall a valuable resource and has a lot of reliable data. The author claims to be a very high ranking chief (perhaps the highest) of the Cherokee Nations of Texas. This could not be confirmed. The author also seems somewhat controversial among Cherokees. His Hawaiian genealogy research is very well done, whatever his personal back story may be.


Laieaku (Laieku)

1Unauna, J.K., Ka Nupepa Kuokoa (Newspaper) DECEMBER 12, 1874 "Ka Moolel Kuauhua o na Kupuna O Ke'lii Ekamaekamaeauaia a me Mauli Pokii" (Reprinted in HAWAIIAN GENEALOGIES (VOLUME 2) (Edith McKinzie)).
The Genealogical History of the Ancestors of the Chief Ekamaekamaeauaia and His Younger Relatives.

2Oukah, Emperor of Tsalagi., Royal and Noble Genealogies of Hawaii, 1999, Dallas, TX: Triskelion Press. CS2204 .O85 1998.
This is a very good compilation of Hawaiian Genealogy by a non-Hawaiian. It contains a lot of information that has become difficult to access. It contains some errors, but it is overall a valuable resource and has a lot of reliable data. The author claims to be a very high ranking chief (perhaps the highest) of the Cherokee Nations of Texas. This could not be confirmed. The author also seems somewhat controversial among Cherokees. His Hawaiian genealogy research is very well done, whatever his personal back story may be.