THE KAMEHAMEHAS

                 

 

(1) Keawe-ikekahi-aliiokamoku II ((about 1700) direct line from Liloa and Umi)

    1m.  Lono-ma'a-i-kanaka ( a chiefess of Ka-'u and a descendant of 'I)

         (2) Kalani-nui-'i-a-mamao - see Kalakaua for more

    2m. Kane-'alai ((w) a ruling chiefess of Molokai and a dau. of Luahiwa of the reigning family of Kauai)    

         (2)Ha'o

         (2)'Awili

         (2)Ka-lilau-moku

         (2)Kumuhea

    3m. (Keawe had more children by other chiefesses, lesser rank, and of commoners)

    4m. Kalani-kau-lele-ia-iwi ((granddaughter of Iwikauikaua and daughter of  the high chiefess Keakealani-wahine) direct line from Liloa and Umi)    

         (2) Kekela-nui A.K.A. Kekela-kekeu-okalani (w)

              m. Haae-a-mahi (k)

                 (3) Kekuiapoiwa II

         (2) Keeaumoku-nui

              m. Kamakaimoku ((Kohala wahine of the renowned family of chiefs of Kau, the I's) name means "The island ruler")

                 (3)Kalaniopuu (? - 1782)

                     m3. Kamakolunuiokalani (w)

                           (4)Pualinui ((w) mother of Luluhiwalani of Lahaina)

                     m5. Kanekapolei (means "A lei for the head of the God, Kane"; claimed by some to be daughter of Kauakahiakua, of the Maui royal

family, and his wife Umiaemoku; other claim she's of the Ka'u race of chiefs)

                           (4)Keoua Peeale (k)

                           (4)Keoua Kuahuula ((k) name means "Keoua of the Red Alter")

                     m1. Kalola ((w) chiefess of Maui; daughter of Kekaulike and Kekuiapoiwanui; sister of Kahekili)

                           (4)Kiwalao ((k) King of Hawaii)

                                m. Liliha-nui (His half-sister)

                                    (5)Keopuolani ((1782? - Sept. 16, 1823) name means "The heavenly one in the cloudless sky")

                                         m. Hoapili (2nd husband)

                                         m. Kamehameha I (1758? - 1819)

                     m2. Kalaiwahineuli ((w) daughter of Heulu and his wife Kahikiokalani)

                           (4)Kalaipaihala ((k) great-grandfather of queen-dowager, Emma Kaleleonalani)

                     m4.  Mulehu ((w) of a Kau chief family; also married Kalaniwahikapaa, son of Kumukoa-a-Keawe and Kaulahoa (w); with 

2nd marriage she became grandmother of A. Paki, and great-grandmother of Bernice Pauahi Bishop.)

                           (4)Manoua or Manowa ((w) grandmother of Asa Kaeo; great-grandmother of Peter Kaeo Kekuaokalani)

                     m6. Kekuohi or Kekupuohi ((w) no children)

 

                (3)Keawe (Hilo)

                (3) Keoua-nui A.K.A. Keoua Kalanikupuapaikalani-nui (Kohala)

                    1m. Kahikikala (daughter of Kalahumoku, reigning high chief of Hana, and  Kalani Kaumehameha)

                                       (Kalahumoku was a lineal descendant of Loe, the great progenitor of Maui's chiefdom, the Piilanis, Kamalalawalu and others.)

                        (4)Kalokuokamaile (k)

                            m. Kaloiokalani (w)

                              (5)Kaohelelani (w)

                                  m. Nuhi ((k) son of high chief Hinai)

                                    (6)Kekaikuihala (w)

                                    (6)Laanui (k)

                                       m1. Kekuwai-Piia ((w) sister to Kaahumanu and Kaheiheimalie)

                                       m2. Teresa Owana Kaheiheimalie (w)

                                             (7) Elizabeth Kekaaniauokalani (w)

                                             (7) Gideon Kailipalaki o Keheananui (k)

                                                 m. Kamaikaopa (w)

                                                     (8)Teresa Owana Kaohelelani

                                                         m1. A.J. Cartwright Jr.

                                                         m2. Hon. Robert W. Wilcox

 

                  3m. Kalola (Maui)

                        (4)Liliha-nui (w)

                            m. Kiwalao ((k) see above)

                              

                  2m. Kekuiapoiwa II ((9th in line) niece of Alapainui, King of Hawaii; after living with her husband (Keoua) without issue -

                                                  went alone to visit King Kahekili of Maui and returned with child)

                        (4)Kekuiapoiwa (full brother)

                        (4)Kaleimamahu (half brother, d. ca. 1810)

                            m. Kalakua

                        (4)Peleuli (w)

                              (5)Kinau (k)

                                  (6)Kekauohohi (high chiefess)

                                      m1. Kealiiahonui (eldest son of Kaumualii, King of Kauai)

                                      m2. Haalelea (k)

                        (4)Piipii (w)

                              (5)Kanihonui ("big teeth")

                        (4)Kamehameha I ((1758? - 1819) name means "The loneliness of a God")

                            m. Keopuolani (from above)

                              (5)Liholiho Iolani ((Kamehameha II) 1793? - 1824)

                                  m. Kamamalu (also Kamehamalu)

                              (5)Kauikeaouli ((Kamehameha III) August 11, 1813-1854)

                                  m. Feb. 4, 1837 Kalama (d. 1879)

                                   (6)Keawe Aweula O Kalani (lived 31 days)

 

                           m. Kaahumanu ((1774-1832) dau. of warrior Keeaumoku Nohonaapeape, and Grand-dau. of Kekaulike)

                           m. (19 others)

                           m. Kalakua aka Kaheiheimalie ((Kaahumanu's sister) d. 1842)

                              (5)Kekauluohi ? (1794? - 1845)

                              (5)Kamamalu (Kamehamalu)

                                  m. Kamehameha II (Liholiho Iolani)

                              (5) Kinau (1796? - 1839)

                                  m1. Kahalaia ((High Chief) d. 1827)

                                  m2. Kekuanaoa (1794 - 1868)

                                      (6)David (1828 - 1835)

                                      (6)Moses Kekuaiwa ((died as youth) 1829-1848)

                                      (6)Lot Kamehameha ((Kamehameha V)

                                      (6)Alexander Liholiho ((Kamehameha IV) Feb. 9, 1834- Nov. 30, 1863)

                                           m. Emma Kaleleonalani Rooke (great-granddaughter of Kealiimaikai, Kamehameha I's brother)

                                            (7) Ka Haku O Hawaii (Albert Edward)

                                      (6)Victoria Kamamalu (1838-1866)

 

                 4m. Kamakaeheikuli ((w) daughter of w. Kalelemauliokalani and k. Haae, of the famous Mahi family in Kohala)

                       (4) Kalaimamahu (k)

                           m. Kalakua (Her real name was "Ka-heihei-malie")

                              (5)Kekauluohi ((w)1794-1845)

                                   m. 1822 High Chief Charles Kanaina ((Manoa line) d. 1877)

                                     (6)William Charles Lunalilo ((Lunalilo means "highest point in heaven") Nov. 1, 1835- Feb. 3, 1874)

 

                5m. Akahi (w)

                       (4) Kaleiwohi (k)

                          m. Kailipakalua (w)

                             (5)Pauwelua

                                 m. Kaluai (of the Waimea, Hawaii line of chiefs)

                                    (6)Akahi (w)

                                        m. Keeaumoku II (Queen Kaahumanu's younger brother) 

 

 

SOURCES:  

Pratt, Elizabeth Kekaaniauokalani. History of Keoua Kalanikupuapa-i-kalani-nui, Father of Kings, and His Descendants, with Notes on Kamehameha I, First King of All Hawaii.  Honolulu, T.H., 1920

Hunter, Charles H. The Kamehamehas; Kalakaua; Kauai Kings; Kawananakoas. Genealogical Tables.  1968

Fornander, Abraham Fornander's Ancient History of the Hawaiian People  Mutual Publishing; Honolulu, HI.  1996

Kamakau, Samuel M. Ruling Chiefs of Hawaii.  Kamehameha Schools Press; Honolulu, HI.  1992.

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