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THE TRUTH ABOUT QUEEN EMMA OR FOREIGN INFILTRATION OF ROYAL FAMILIES ASSETS, ETC.

 THE TRUTH ABOUT QUEEN EMMA OR  FOREIGN INFILTRATION OF ROYAL FAMILIES ASSETS, ETC.

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Research Shows Queen Emma was the Daughter of ......and She Claimed to be the Successor of King William Charles Lunalilo

                                                                  posted by Amelia Gora (2015)

 

On October 29, 2015, Calvin Santos and I tried to track down various Trusts affecting John Young's, Isaac Davis including His descendants/heirs Hueu Davis, Kale Davis, Peke Davis lands, assets, trusts whose mother was Grace Kamaikui.


As it turns out, the Queen Emma's Trust/Foundation, etc. a Sovereign Trust has been infiltrated by foreigners, racketeers, pirates, pillagers, genocide activists, corporations who are NOT related to our Royal Families.

 

Background:

  

Alexander Liholiho/Kamehameha IV and his wife Emma signed the Articles of Incorporation for Queen's Hospital.  Alexander Liholiho/Kamehameha IV was the Permanent head/CEO of the Hospital in 1859.

This is the researched background of Emma/Queen Emma:

 

 

  

And the following shows that Queen Emma claimed that King Lunalilo designated her to be his Successor:

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The evidence found in the Kahn Collection changes the claims below as shown in the Legal Notice pertaining to Queen's Hospital Trust which turned to the Queen Emma's Land Company by deceitful  corporations, infiltrators in the Royal Families lands, funds, etc.  see:  http://maoliworld.ning.com/forum/topics/legal-notice-re-hawaiian-ki... 

Summary of October 29, 2015 Meeting, also posted as a Legal Notice in the IOLANI - The Royal Hawk also Hawaiian Kingdom Records No. 2015-1030 - Queen's Hospital, etc, Matters/Concerns from Amelia Gora, a Royal person, heir, House of Nobles member, Acting Liaison of Foreign Affairs

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"Emma was the daughter of Fanny Kekela and Naea.  Fanny Kekela was the sister of Grace Kamaikui.  Their parents were John Young and Kaonaeha/Kuamoo."

"Emma was adopted by Dr. T.C.B. Rooke who didn't have children.  Grace Kamaikui was married to Dr. TCB Rooke.  He was her second marriage.  Her first marriage was to Isaac Davis who died in 1810."

With this new information entered, Emma being the true daughter of R.C. Wyllie, 

The Honourable
Robert Crichton Wyllie
Robert Crichton Wyllie.jpg
Minister of Foreign Affairs
In office
March 26, 1845 – October 19, 1865
Monarch Kamehameha III
Kamehameha IV
Kamehameha V
Preceded by Gerrit P. Judd
Succeeded by Charles de Varigny
Personal details
Born October 13, 1798
DunlopScotlandKingdom of Great Britain
Died October 19, 1865 (aged 67)
HonoluluOahuKingdom of Hawaii
Resting place Mauna ʻAla Royal Mausoleum[1]
Nationality Kingdom of Hawaii
United Kingdom
Kingdom of Great Britain
Residence Rosebank, Nuanuu Valley
Occupation Physician, Businessman, Politician
Religion Anglicanism
Signature

  

 

*  This means that R.C. Wyllie was with Fanny Kekela, daughter of John Young and fathered Emma.

Robert Crighton Wyllie  was the Minister of Foreign Affairs under Kamehameha IV.  He was a Physician who succeeded Genocide Activist Doctor Gerrit Parmele Judd.

Dr. Thomas C.B. Rooke alone adopted Emma.

Dr. Thomas C.B. Rooke was the second husband of Emma's Aunty Grace Kamaikui.

Grace Kamaikui was the widow of Isaac Davis and had three (3) children:  Hueu Davis, Kale Davis, and Peke Davis.

Grace Kamaikui specified that in the event Emma did not have children, her lands would go to her family, NOT Dr. Thomas C. B. Rooke who died BEFORE she died.

Dr, Thomas C.B. Rooke died in 1858.

Queen Emma and Kamehameha IV's son Albert Kamehameha died in 1862.

Kamehameha IV - Alexander Liholiho died in 1863.

Grace Kamaikui died in 1866.

King William Lunalilo, a Kamehameha descendant and whose mother was the widow of   Kamehameha, Kamehameha II - Liholiho, and David Kamehameha,  died in 1874. His father was David Kamehameha, and step father Charles Kanaina:

Lunalilo
Lunalilo (PP-98-15-018).jpg
Photograph of Lunalilo by Menzies Dickson
King of the Hawaiian Islands (more...)
Reign January 8, 1873 – February 3, 1874
Investiture January 9, 1873
Kawaiahaʻo Church
Predecessor Kamehameha V
Successor Kalākaua
Born January 31, 1835
PohukainaHonoluluOahu
Died February 3, 1874 (aged 39)
Haimoeipo, HonoluluOahu
Burial February 28, 1874[1][2]
Royal Mausoleum at Mauna ʻAla (temporary)
November 23, 1875[3]
Lunalilo Mausoleum,Kawaiahaʻo Church
Full name
William Charles Lunalilo
House Keōua Nui / Kamehameha
Kalaimamahu
Father Charles Kanaina
Mother Kekāuluohi
Religion Church of Hawaii (Church of England/Anglican)[citation needed

  

Queen Emma claimed that she was named successor.

Pirates of the Pacific Charles Reed Bishop and Friends nominated David Kalakaua in a Public Meeting held in the Kawaiahao Church.

Charles Reed Bishop obtained the assistance of the American Military, and the British to keep order and prevent Queen Emma's supporters from rioting.

Contrary to the Will of Grace Kamaikui, Queen Emma's wishes were pursued.

After the wrongful dethronement of Queen Liliuokalani in 1893, Pirates, racketeers, pillagers moved towards assuming the assets, lands of the Royal Families etc.

Dr. T.C.B. Rooke's nephew came into the Hawaiian Islands and made claims for the Queen's Hospital, etc., contrary to the Rules of Law.

Dr. Gerritt Parmele Judd was an adminstrator of Kaaukai, et. als. and managed to assume the private property, alodio lands of our Royal Families and assumed it for the Hospital building.

A permanent Corporation with Kamehameha IV - Alexander Liholiho was criminally assumed by foreigners under Dr. TCB Rooke's nephew, Dr. Gerritt Parmele Judd, and a Corporation entity calling themselves Queen Emma's Land Company has been legally dispossessed according to the Article XIV of the 1849/1850 Treaty of the Hawaiian Kingdom and the United States of America.

The Queen's Hospital is under a reorganization and criminal charges are recorded for the Kingdom of Hawaii/ Hawaiian Kingdom records, etc.

Issues ongoing.

aloha.

  

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A Chronological Overview: 300–500 AD—Polynesians first inhabit Hawaiian Islands 1778—British explorer Captain James Cook lands in Hawaii; his published account provides the earliest documentation of European contact with islands 1785—First trading ship lands in Hawaii on way to China; sandalwood trade and whaling soon become major industries 1810—Kamehameha formally establishes Kingdom of Hawaii and proclaims himself king after 15-year struggle with ali‘i (chiefs) 1819—King Kamehameha II abolishes the kapu—the traditional religious and legal system that governed all aspects of Hawaiian life 1820—First Protestant missionaries arrive from the United States 1835—First commercially successful sugar plantation is opened by Ladd and Company 1848—King Kamehameha III enacts the Mahele, a land division act that introduces legal provisions for private ownership of land; opens way for rapid growth of sugar plantations 1859—Queen’s Hospital, named for Queen Emma, is founded to provide medical care to Hawaiian people 1872—King Kamehameha V dies without heir, ending the House of Kamehameha 1874—Riots during the subsequent succession crisis are suppressed by U.S. and British troops; Kal¯akaua becomes King of Hawaii ¯ 1875—Reciprocity Treaty signed between the United States and Kingdom of Hawaii cedes Pearl Harbor to the United States in return for duty-free importation of Hawaiian sugar into the United States ca. 1880—Archibald N. Sinclair moves to Hawaii with his family as a young boy 1887—King Kal¯akaua is forced to sign new constitution that strips monarchy of power ¯ by the Hawaiian League, a group of American and British businessmen who favor annexation by the United States 1891—King Kal¯akaua dies and is succeeded by his sister, Queen Lili‘uokalani who calls ¯ for new constitution 1893—U.S. Marines arrive in Hawaii at request of the Hawaiian League, making it impossible for Queen Lili‘uokalani to continue her rule; although U.S. Congress found no party guilty of overthrow in 1894, Congress issued a joint Apology Resolution in 1993 accepting U.S. responsibility for overthrowing the sovereign kingdom 1894—Republic of Hawaii is established 1897—Sinclair returns to Oahu and opens private practice after spending eight years in the United Kingdom, where he received his medical training 1898—Hawaii is annexed by the United States and becomes the Territory of Hawaii 1901—Sinclair is appointed city physician of Honolulu and the first medical superintendent of the Leahi Home 1919—Nils P. Larsen visits his brother in Hawaii after returning from the First World War 1922—Larsen accepts position as a pathologist at Queen’s Hospital and moves to Honolulu from New York; he is soon appointed medical director of the hospital 1930—Sinclair dies in Honolulu at the age of 59 1941—The United States enters the Second World War after the attack on Pearl Harbor 1942—Larsen steps down as medical director of Queen’s Hospital and begins private practice 1950—Larsen serves as member of the convention that drafts the Hawaiian constitution in preparation for statehood 1954—Democratic Party takes control of Territorial Legislature and pushes for statehood 1959—Hawaii becomes the 50th state of the United States 1964—Larsen dies of a heart attack in Honolulu at the age of 73

Reference :  http://www.aai.org/about/History/Articles/AAI_History_010.pdf

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Today—17 July—in Hawaiian History [1860]: The Corner Stone of Queen's hospital is laid.

A grand procession including Mōʻī Alexander Liholiho (Kamehameha IV) and Queen Emma leaves Kawaiahaʻo Church at 11am and proceeds to the site for the laying of the cornerstone for the new Queenʻs Hospital.

A circular printed in 1860 offered a summary of the event and the following text of the kingʻs speech:

"The Queen's Hospital, established for the relief and comfort of the indigent sick, has already taken its place among the prominent institutions of our country. Founded, as it mainly was, by individual charity, its existence bears honorable evidence to the feeling with which this community regards the necessities of its humbler members at the time when they are least able to express their wants. Contributions towards the support of a HOSPITAL are declarations of kindness aforethought, and of a long-sighted policy of love towards those who need other hands than their own to smooth their restless pillows.

On an occasion such as this, it becomes me, the Sovereign of these Islands, to express, in the name of my people, the sense of gratitude with which the liberality and fellow-feeding of those who helped to establish the QUEEN'S HOSPITAL have filled their hearts and mine...Already we see passing away the misgivings of those who doubted that a HOSPITAL would ever be resorted to by pure Hawaiians. The trial has been made, and it has succeeded, not perhaps to a wish, but beyond our expectations...

But let me remind you that so long as sickness shall exist, there will be a duty imposed upon us. Charities, like taxes for the commonwealth, have to be met from time to time."

To learn more about Queen's Hospital check out the article "Founding of the Queen's Hospital" by Richard A. Greer in the Hawaiian Journal of History v3 (1969) http://evols.library.manoa.hawaii.edu/handle/10524/288

Hawaiian Historical Society's photo.
Hawaiian Historical Society's photo.

Richard Greer's article on The Founding of the Queen's Hospital:

Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10524/288

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Item Summary

Title:  Founding of the Queen's Hospital
Authors:  Greer, Richard A.
Keywords:  Hawaiian Historical Society
LC Subject Headings:  Hawaii -- History -- Periodicals
Issue Date:  1969
Publisher:  Honolulu, Hawaiian Historical Society
Series/Report no.:  Hawaiian Journal of History, volume 3, 1969
URI:  http://hdl.handle.net/10524/288
Appears in Collections: Hawaiian Journal of History, Volume 03, 1969

             REVIEWING THE PROBLEMATIC ISSUES FOR THE QUEEN'S HOSPITAL

                                                                  compiled by Amelia Gora (2015)

"On June 30, 1859, the trustees chose their first officers.  The King was named perpetual president.  To aid him the board elected J.W. Austin secretary, C.R. Bishop treasurer, and W. L. Green auditor.  All were reelected in 1860 and 1861."

Note:  Kamehameha IV - Alexander Liholiho was the Permanent, perpetual president.

Treasonous persons, J.W. Austin, C.R. Bishop along with Dr. Gerrit Parmele Judd, Dr. Hillebrand, Dr. T.C.B. Rooke, Dr. Robert Crichton Wyllie (Queen Emma's father)et. als. were the planning and steering committee members for the Queen's Hospital.  Excepting for Kamehameha IV - Alexander Liholiho, notice that the doctors and banker were foreigners from the U.S., England, etc.

Dr. Gerrit Parmele Judd was the administrator of Kaaukai, the land owner from which the site for Queen's Hospital was picked.  Kaaukai was married to my ancestor Kalima.

Kaaukai had children and step children.  The lands are alodio/ano alodio, which means the Hospital is sitting on lands owned by kanaka maoli.

Robert Crighton Wyllie  was the Minister of Foreign Affairs under Kamehameha IV.  He was a Physician who succeeded Genocide Activist Doctor Gerrit Parmele Judd.

Dr. Thomas C.B. Rooke alone adopted Emma.

Dr. Thomas C.B. Rooke was the second husband of Emma's Aunty Grace Kamaikui.

Grace Kamaikui was the widow of Isaac Davis and had three (3) children:  Hueu Davis, Kale Davis, and Peke Davis.

Grace Kamaikui specified that in the event Emma did not have children, her lands would go to her family, NOT Dr. Thomas C. B. Rooke who died BEFORE she died.

Dr, Thomas C.B. Rooke died in 1858.

Queen Emma and Kamehameha IV's son Albert Kamehameha died in 1862.

Kamehameha IV - Alexander Liholiho died in 1863.

Grace Kamaikui died in 1866.

King William Lunalilo, a Kamehameha descendant and whose mother was the widow of   Kamehameha, Kamehameha II - Liholiho, and David Kamehameha,  died in 1874. His father was David Kamehameha, and step father Charles Kanaina:

Lunalilo
Lunalilo (PP-98-15-018).jpg
Photograph of Lunalilo by Menzies Dickson
King of the Hawaiian Islands (more...)
Reign January 8, 1873 – February 3, 1874
Investiture January 9, 1873
Kawaiahaʻo Church
Predecessor Kamehameha V
Successor Kalākaua
Born January 31, 1835
PohukainaHonoluluOahu
Died February 3, 1874 (aged 39)
Haimoeipo, HonoluluOahu
Burial February 28, 1874[1][2]
Royal Mausoleum at Mauna ʻAla (temporary)
November 23, 1875[3]
Lunalilo Mausoleum,Kawaiahaʻo Church
Full name
William Charles Lunalilo
House Keōua Nui / Kamehameha
Kalaimamahu
Father Charles Kanaina
Mother Kekāuluohi
Religion Church of Hawaii (Church of England/Anglican)[citation needed

  

Queen Emma claimed that she was named successor.

Pirates of the Pacific Charles Reed Bishop and Friends nominated David Kalakaua in a Public Meeting held in the Kawaiahao Church.

Charles Reed Bishop obtained the assistance of the American Military, and the British to keep order and prevent Queen Emma's supporters from rioting.

Contrary to the Will of Grace Kamaikui, Queen Emma's wishes were pursued.

After the wrongful dethronement of Queen Liliuokalani in 1893, Pirates, racketeers, pillagers moved towards assuming the assets, lands of the Royal Families etc.

Dr. T.C.B. Rooke's nephew came into the Hawaiian Islands and made claims for the Queen's Hospital, etc., contrary to the Rules of Law.

Dr. Gerritt Parmele Judd was an adminstrator of Kaaukai, et. als. and managed to assume the private property, alodio lands of our Royal Families and assumed it for the Hospital building.

A permanent Corporation with Kamehameha IV - Alexander Liholiho was criminally assumed by foreigners under Dr. TCB Rooke's nephew, Dr. Gerritt Parmele Judd, and a Corporation entity calling themselves Queen Emma's Land Company has been legally dispossessed according to the Article XIV of the 1849/1850 Treaty of the Hawaiian Kingdom and the United States of America.

The Queen's Hospital is under a reorganization and criminal charges are recorded for the Kingdom of Hawaii/ Hawaiian Kingdom records, etc.

The Queen's Hospital formed the Queen Emma's Land Company and operate as a corporation claiming lands of our Royal Families.

The Queen's Hospital founders excepting the Royal Families participated in the wrongful, criminal dethronement of Queen Liliuokalani in 1893 and are parties to the crimes as well as part of the False Flag issues operations in collusion with the foreign governments, United States, England, etc.

The Royal Families are not subject to the State, Federal laws and have been served injuries over time.

The criminal operations were given legal notice and will have to undergo a reorganization along with the other Alii Trusts.

Issues ongoing.

 

Informing many because..............

  

Something STINKS...............(.and I know it's NOT ME) WICKED TO THE MAX!

aloha.

 

References:  

theiolani.blogspot.com

http://myweb.ecomplanet.com/GORA8037

http://maoliworld.ning.com/forum/topics/exposing-some-of-the-highli...  etc.

  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=89BlFxuyqYQ   

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