E Melissa Leinaala Haa Moniz keia.
My ohana on tutu kane side.....................Haa. Tutu Ioane Haa was young child when taken from Maui by the Missionary Shipman family to be companion to their baby. The Shipman ministered at a church in Kau, Big Island then eventually moved to Olaa. Shipman Ranch. His Ohana include the Kanakaole ohana from Kau, the Kaapana Ohana from Kalapana, the Spencer Ohana from Laupahoehoe
My ohana on Tutu wahine side...................Hekekia................Kahana. Her ohana lived at Honoapu, Kau until tidal wave came and village was destroyed. They could not return.
Eventually they lived in Opihikao. My tutu brothers carried the names Hekekia. Her sisters carried the name Kahana. Her sisters married into the ohana of Kuamo'o, Kahaloa, Kamalamalama, Kagawa, Hanohano, Mauhili, (as I recall I will add more names on)
My ohana on my mother side. Her maiden name is Phillips. She lived on Richard Lane, Kalihi. Richard Lane is named after her ohana. Her Hawaiian Ohana is Kukahiko, Mahu
My husband name Moniz is his stepfather name.
His mama is a Waipa. The Waipa ohana from Kalapana. Her father is a Kunewa from Kona.
His father is a Mahi. His father is a kahu in Waimea.