The Hidden Families Are Within This Chronological History and Seventeen (17) Moopuna/Grandchildren of Kamehameha Now Posted....

A Chronological History of Kalaniopuu's, and Kamehameha's Families With A Focus on Kamehameha III's Descendants/Heirs
                                                                             by Amelia Gora (2013)
The following is a brief overview of our Alii Nui lines.
 
After reviewing the following, there are many of our ancestors who have 'dropped through the cracks', disregarded, ignored over time but have recently surfaced through documented genealogy research.
Although the following is not complete, it may be useful for our families to study each portion and realize that our families names are part of the fabric of Kalaniopuu and Kamehameha's lines........It appears that Kamehameha, Liholiho/Kamehameha II, and Kauikeouli/Kamehameha III appears to have many descendants after all.
 
The Hawaiian Islands/Hawaiian archipelago has been settled by seafarers for 3,000 to 5,000 years and became recognized under International Laws in 1810 as a Monarchy Government since Kamehameha's time.  For the purposes of genealogies and the continuity of connections to our ancestors, the years shown below includes our ancestor Kalaniopuu who also makes up the bloodlines of many Kamehameha descendants/heirs today:
1729 - Kalaniopuu born.
Kalaniʻōpuʻu-a-Kaiamamao
Ali'i Nui of Kaʻū
Aliʻi Aimoku of Hawaiʻi
A painting by John Webber probaby depicts Kalaniʻōpuʻu with his people
Spouse Kalola Pupuka-o-Honokawailani
Kalaiwahineuli
Kamakolunuiokalani
Mulehu
Kānekapōlei
Kekupuohi
Issue

Kīwalaʻō
Kalaipaihala
Pualinui
Keōua Kuahuʻula
Keōua Peʻeale

Father Kalaninuiamamao
Mother Kamakaimoku
Born c. 1729
Died

April 1782
Kaʻū

1758 - Kamehameha born.

Kamehameha I
King of the Hawaiian Islands
Reign July 1782 – May 8, 1819
Successor Kamehameha II
Spouse Kaʻahumanu
Keōpūolani
Kalola-a-Kumukoʻa
Peleuli
Kalākua Kaheiheimālie
Namahana Piʻia
Kahakuhaʻakoi Wahinepio
Kekāuluohi
Kekikipaa
Manono II
Kānekapōlei (unmarried)
Issue

Liholiho (Kamehameha II)
Kauikeaouli (Kamehameha III)
Nāhiʻenaʻena
Kamāmalu
Kīnaʻu (Kaʻahumanu II)
Kahōʻanokū Kīnaʻu
Pauli Kaʻōleiokū (illegitimate)

Full name
Kalani Paiʻea Wohi o Kaleikini Kealiʻikui Kamehameha o ʻIolani i Kaiwikapu kaui Ka Liholiho Kūnuiākea
House House of Kamehameha
Father Keōua
Mother Kekuiapoiwa II
Born c. 1758
Kapakai, Kokoiki, Moʻokini Heiau,KohalaHawaiʻi Island
Died May 8, 1819 (aged 60 or 61)
KamakahonuKailua-KonaKona,Hawaiʻi island
Burial Unknown
1797 - Liholiho/Kamehameha II was born.
Kamehameha II
King of the Hawaiian Islands (more...)
Reign May 20, 1819 – July 14, 1824
Predecessor Kamehameha I
Successor Kamehameha III
Spouse Kamāmalu
Kīnaʻu
Kekāuluohi
Pauahi
Kekauʻōnohi
Full name
Kalani Kaleiʻaimoku o Kaiwikapu o Laʻamea i Kauikawekiu Ahilapalapa Kealiʻi Kauinamoku o Kahekili Kalaninui i Mamao ʻIolani i Ka Liholiho
House House of Kamehameha
Father Kamehameha I
Mother Keōpūolani
Born c. 1797
HiloHawaiʻi
Died July 14, 1824 (aged 27)
LondonEngland
Burial May 11, 1825[1]
Mauna ʻAla Royal Mausoleum
Signature
  
1813 - Kauikeouli/Kamehameha III was born.
1818 - Kaoleioku, oldest son of Kamehameha and Kanekapolei died.
1819.  Kamehameha died.
1819.  Kalanimoku/W.P. Kalanimoku assisted in maintaining the Hawaiian Kingdom along with Kamehameha's wife Kaahumanu.  They were the kahu /caretakers of both Liholiho/Kamehameha II and Kauikeouli/Kamehameha III.
William Pitt Kalanimoku
Chief Minister of Kingdom of Hawaii
From a painting by Louis Choris
Spouse Kiliwehi
Kuwahine
Likelike
Akahi-a-Pauelua
Issue
William Pitt Leleiohoku I
Father Kekuamanoha
Mother Kamakahukilani
Born c. 1768
Maui
Died February 7, 1827
Kamakahonu
Signature   
  
1821 - Kalanimoku's son Leleiohoku /W.P Leleiohoku was born.
Wiliam Pitt Leleiohoku I
Royal Governor of Hawaii
Spouse Nāhiʻenaʻena
Keʻelikōlani
Issue
William Pitt Kïnaʻu
Father Kalanimoku
Mother Kiliwehi
Born March 31, 1821
Kailua-KonaHawaii Island
Died October 21, 1848 (aged 27)
HonoluluOahu
Burial December 30, 1848
October 30, 1865
Mauna ʻAla Royal Mausoleum
  
Kaʻahumanu
Queen of the Hawaiian Islands
Queen Consort of Hawaii
Tenure 1795–1819
Predecessor Vacant Last held by
Kekuiapoiwa Liliha
Successor Queen Kamāmalu
Titular Queen Consort of Kauaʻi
Tenure 1821–1824
Predecessor Deborah Kapule
Successor Abolished
Kuhina Nui of the Hawaiian Islands
Tenure May 20, 1819 – June 5, 1832
Predecessor New Creation
Successor Kaʻahumanu II
Spouse Kamehameha I
Kaumualiʻi
Kealiʻiahonui
Issue
Kamehameha II (hānai)
David Kamehameha (hānai)
Keʻelikōlani (hānai)
Theresa Owana Kaheiheimālie Rives (hānai)
Virginia Kahoa Kaʻahumanu Rives (hānai)
Full name
Elizabeth Kaʻahumanu
House House of Kamehameha
House of Kekaulike
Father Keʻeaumoku II Pāpaʻiahiahi
Mother Namahana-i-Kaleleokalani
Born c. 1768
In a cave near HānaMaui
Died June 5, 1832
Mānoa Valley near Honolulu,Oahu
Burial Royal Mausoleum at Mauna ʻAla
Kamehameha III
King of the Hawaiian Islands (more...)
Reign June 6, 1825 – December 15, 1854
Predecessor Kamehameha II
Successor Kamehameha IV
Spouse Queen Kalama
Issue
Keaweaweʻulaokalani I
Keaweaweʻulaokalani II
Albert Kunuiakea (illegitimate )
Kamehameha IV (hānai)
Kaʻiminaʻauao (hānai)
Full name
Keaweaweʻula Kīwalaʻō Kauikeaouli Kaleiopapa Kalani Waiakua Kalanikau Iokikilo Kīwalaʻō i ke kapu Kamehameha
House Kamehameha
Father Kamehameha I
Mother Keōpūolani
Born August 11, 1813
Keauhou Bay at North Kona,Hawaiʻi island
Died December 15, 1854 (aged 41)
HoihoikeeaHonoluluOʻahu
Burial January 10, 1855[1]
Mauna ʻAla Royal Mausoleum
Signature
  
1825 - Kauikeouli/Kamehameha III became King after his brother Liholiho died in England from the measles.  He was 12 years old.
1826 -  Keelikolani/Ruth Keelikolani was born.
1827 - Kalanimoku died.  His wife Akahi married others.  His children were William Pitt Leleiohoku, and hanai/adopted daughter Kekauonohi.
*Kauikeouli/Kamehameha III appears to have had a son around this period. - research incomplete.
1830 - Lot Kamehameha/ later known as Kamehameha V was born.
1831 - Bernice Pauahi was born.
1832 - Kaahumanu died.
1834.  Alexander Liholiho/Kamehameha IV born to Kamehameha's daughter Kinau, daughter of Kaheiheimalie.
Kīnaʻu
Kuhina Nui of the Hawaiʻian Islands
Queen Consort of Hawaiʻi
Tenure 1819–1824
Regent of Hawaiʻi
Tenure June 5, 1832 – March 15, 1833
Predecessor Kaʻahumanu
Successor Kaʻahumanu III
Kuhina Nui of the Hawaiʻian Islands
Tenure June 5, 1832 – April 4, 1839
Predecessor Kaʻahumanu
Successor Kaʻahumanu III
Spouse Kamehameha II
Kahalaiʻa Luanuʻu
Mataio Kekūanāoʻa
Issue
David Kamehameha
Moses Kekūāiwa
Lot Kapuāiwa, King Kamehameha V
Alexander Liholiho, King Kamehameha IV
Victoria Kamāmalu Kaʻahumanu IV
Full name
Kalani Ahumanu i Kaliko o Iwi Kauhipua o Kīnaʻu, Elizabeth Kīnaʻu Kaʻahumanu II
House House of Kamehameha
Father Kamehameha I
Kawelookalani (hānai)
Mother Kalākua Kaheiheimālie
Peleuli (hānai)
Born c. 1805
WaikikiOʻahu
Died April 4, 1839 (aged 33–34)
Honolulu, Oʻahu
Burial June 7, 1839[1]:22
October 30, 1865[2]
Mauna ʻAla Royal Mausoleum
1835 - William Lunalilo later known as King William Lunalilo was born to Kekauluohi/Auhea, widow of Kamehameha and Liholiho/ Kamehameha II, Kahea, and last husband Charles Kanaina.
1836 - Kamehameha III married his sister Nahienaena.
Nāhiʻenaʻena
Painting of Nāhiʻenaʻena by Barthélémy Lauvergne in 1836.
Spouse Kamehameha III (uncanonical)
William Pitt Leleiohoku I
Issue
Keiki
Lot Kapuāiwa (hānai )
Full name
Harrieta Keōpūolani Nāhiʻenaʻena
House House of Kamehameha
Father Kamehameha I
Mother Queen Keōpūolani
Born c. 1815
Keauhou Bay at South KonaHawaiʻi
Died December 30, 1836
HonoluluOahu
Burial Mokuʻula then
Waiola Church
  
David Kalakaua, later became King David Kalakaua, was born to Caesar Kapaakea and Ane Keohokalole.  
1837 - Kamehameha III married Kalama.
Kalama
Queen Consort of the Hawaiian Islands
Tenure February 14, 1837 – December 15, 1854
Spouse Kamehameha III
Issue
Keaweaweʻulaokalani I
Keaweaweʻulaokalani II
Kamehameha IV (hānai)
Kaʻiminaʻauao (hānai)
Full name
Kalama Hakaleleponi Kapakuhaili
House House of Kamehameha
Father High Chief Naihekukui
Mother High Chiefess Iʻahuʻula
Born March 17, 1817
Ka'elehulu near KailuaHawaii,
Died September 20, 1870 (aged 53)
HonoluluOahuHawaii
Burial October 8, 1870
Mauna Ala
1838 -  Victoria Kamamalu daughter of Mataio Kekuanaoa and Kinau, daughter of Kaheiheimalie was born.
Lydia Makaeha/Namakaeha/Kaeha/Liliuokalani later became Queen Liliuokalani was born to Caesar Kapaakea and Ane Keohokalole.  
Victoria Kamāmalu
Crown Princess of the Hawaiian Islands andKuhina Nui of the Hawaiian Islands
Hawaiian Head of State
Reign November 30, 1863
Predecessor Kamehameha IV
Successor Kamehameha V
Kuhina Nui of the Hawaiian Islands
Reign January 16, 1855 – December 21, 1863
Predecessor Keoni Ana
Successor Kekūanāoʻa
Full name
Wikolia Kamehamalu Keawenui Kaʻahumanu-a-Kekūanaō‘a, Victoria Kamāmalu Kaʻahumanu IV
House House of Kamehameha
Father Kekūanāoʻa
Mother Kīnaʻu
Born November 1, 1838
Honolulu Fort, HonoluluOʻahu
Died May 29, 1866 (aged 27)
Papakanene, HonoluluOʻahu
Burial June 30, 1866[1][2]
Mauna Ala Royal Mausoleum
Signature
1848 -  Kauikeouli/Kamehameha III did hanai /adopt his cousins:  James Young Kanehoa; Keoni Ana; Grace Kamaikui; Fanny Kekela; Gina Lahilahi; Hueu Davis; Kale Davis; and Peke Davis.
Leileiohoku/W.P. Leleiohoku died.  He was married to Nahienaena, and Keelikolani/Ruth Keelikolani.  His surviving son was Kinau/ William Pitt Kinau.
1853 -  Kamehameha III was with his cousin Gina Lahilahi and had a son Albert Kunuiakea.  He was adopted by Queen Kalama along with Kaiminaauao, sibling of David Kalakaua/later known as King David Kalakaua, and Liliuokalani/later known as Queen Liliuokalani.
  A poet, she was skilled in the old allusive figurative style of her mother's ancestors. She married Hawaiian Joshua Kaeo, a Judge of the Supreme Court, and great grandson of King Kalaniʻōpuʻu. Their son Peter Kaeo was born on March 4, 1836, attended the Royal Schooland was adopted by her brother John.[3] Son Keliimaikai "Alebada" Kaeo was adopted by her brother James but died as in infant in 1851.[4]

She later became a royal mistress of King Kamehameha III and bore him twin sons, Keoua and Albert Kunuiakea. Keoua died as an infant but Albert lived to adulthood (1853–1903). Her son Albert was raised as a hānai (adopted) of Kamehameha III's queen, Kalamaand lived on to be the last of the House of Kamehameha.[5]:364

1854 - Kauikeouli/Kamehameha III died.  His successor was his hanai/adopted son Alexander Liholiho/Kamehameha IV.
Kamehameha IV
King of the Hawaiian Islands (more...)
Reign January 11, 1855 – November 30, 1863
Investiture January 11, 1855
Kawaiahaʻo Church
Predecessor Kamehameha III
Successor Kamehameha V
Spouse Queen Emma
Issue
Albert Edward Kauikeaouli
Full name
Alekanetero (Alexander) Liholiho KeawenuiʻIolani
House House of Kamehameha
Father Kekūanāoʻa
Kamehameha III (hānai)
Mother Kīnaʻu
Kalama (hānai)
Born February 9, 1834
HonoluluOahu
Died November 30, 1863 (aged 29)
HonoluluOahu
Burial February 3, 1864[1]
Mauna ʻAla Royal Mausoleum
Signature
Religion Church of Hawaii
 
1864 -  Alexander Liholiho/Kamehameha IV died.  His heirs follows:  Kekuanaoa and stepmother Kalima; siblings Paalua; David Kamehameha; Alexander Liholiho/ Kamehameha IV; Lot Kamehameha/Kamehameha V; Ruth Keelikolani; John Kapena; Sam Kapena; Umiokalani (w), Kapehe (w); Pau/ Kapau (k) et. als.
 
Kamehameha V
King of the Hawaiian Islands (more...)
Reign November 30, 1863 — December 11, 1872
Predecessor Kamehameha IV
Successor Lunalilo
Full name
Lota (Lot) Liholiho Kapuāiwa Kalanimakua Kalanikupuapaikalaninui Aliʻiolani Kalani-a-Kekūanaōʻa
House House of Kamehameha
Father Kekūanāoʻa
Ulumāheihei Hoapili (hānai)
Mother Kīnaʻu
Nāhiʻenaʻena (hānai)
Kalākua Kaheiheimālie (hānai)
Born December 11, 1830
HonoluluOahu
Died December 11, 1872 (aged 42)
HonoluluOahu
Burial January 11, 1873[1]
Mauna ʻAla Royal Mausoleum
Signature
1866 - Victoria Kamamalu died.  Her heirs were:  her father and stepmother Kekuanaoa and Kalima; siblings  Paalua; David Kamehameha; Alexander Liholiho/ Kamehameha IV; Lot Kamehameha/Kamehameha V; Ruth Keelikolani; hanai/adopted Bernice Pauahi; stepsiblings: John Kapena; Sam Kapena; Umiokalani (w), Kapehe (w); Pau/ Kapau (k) et. als. /descendants/heirs.
1868  - Kekuanaoa/Mataio Kekuanaoa died.  He had been married to Kalehua; Pauahi; Kinau; Kaloloahilani; and Kalima.  His heirs follows: wife Kalima; children:   Paalua; David Kamehameha (dec.); Alexander Liholiho/ Kamehameha IV(dec.); Ruth Keelikolani; hanai/adopted Bernice Pauahi; stepsiblings:  John Kapena; Sam Kapena; Umiokalani (w), Kapehe (w); Pau/ Kapau (k) et. als./descendants/heirs.
1872 -  Lot Kamehameha/Kamehameha V died.  His heirs follows:   sibling Paalua;  Ruth Keelikolani; hanai/adopted Bernice Pauahi; stepsiblings:  John Kapena; Sam Kapena; Umiokalani (w), Kapehe (w); Pau/ Kapau (k) et. als. /descendants/heirs.
William Charles Lunalilo/King William Lunalilo was elected as King.
Lunalilo
King of the Hawaiian Islands (more...)
Reign January 8, 1873 – February 3, 1874
Predecessor Kamehameha V
Successor Kalākaua
Full name
William Charles Lunalilo
House House of Keoua Nui
House of Kalaimamahu
Father Kanaʻina
Mother Kekāuluohi
Born January 31, 1835
PohukainaHonoluluOahu
Died February 3, 1874 (aged 39)
Marine Residence, Waikiki,HonoluluOahu
Burial February 28, 1875[1]
Mausoleum in front ofKawaiahaʻo Church
Religion Church of Hawaii (Church of England/Anglican)
  
1874 -  King Wiliam Charles Lunalilo died.  He was the son of Miriam Kekauluohi/Auhea.  Miriam Kekauluohi/Auhea was the widow of Kamehameha and Liholiho/Kamehameha II.  She did marry Kahea/Kaheakulani and Charles Kanaina who was an heir of Queen Kalama one of the wives of Kauikeouli/Kamehameha III.
Queen Emma widow of Kamehameha IV/Alexander Liholiho said that she was designated to the throne and there was a conflict with David Kalakaua, a Mason/Freemason put in place by the Masons/Freemasons, conspirators of the Hawaiian Kingdom.
Emma
Queen Consort of the Hawaiian Islands
Tenure June 19, 1856 — November 30, 1863
Spouse Kamehameha IV
Issue
Albert Edward Kauikeaouli Kaleiopapa a Kamehameha
Full name
Emalani Kalanikaumakaamano Kaleleonālani Naʻea (Hawaiian)
Emma Alexandrina Francis Agnes Lowder Byde Rooke Young Kaleleokalani (Anglican)
House Kamehameha
Father High Chief George Naʻea
Thomas Rooke (hānai)
Mother High Chiefess Fanny Kekelaokalani Young
High Chiefess Grace Kamaʻikuʻi Young Rooke (hānai)
Born January 2, 1836
HonoluluOahu
Died April 25, 1885 (aged 49)
HonoluluOahu
Burial May 17, 1885[1][2]
Mauna ʻAla Royal Mausoleum
Signature
Religion Church of Hawaii
  
David Kalakaua succeeded with the help of his Mason/Freemason friends and became King David Kalakaua (see reference article).  Charles Reed Bishop, Mason/Freemason, called for American military assistance to support King Kalakaua's election.
Kalākaua
King of the Hawaiian Islands (more...)
Reign February 12, 1874 — January 20, 1891
Investiture
Coronation
February 13, 1874, Kīnaʻu Hale
February 12, 1883, ʻIolani Palace
Predecessor Lunalilo
Successor Liliʻuokalani
Spouse Kapiʻolani
Full name
David Laʻamea Kamanakapuʻu Mahinulani Nalaiaehuokalani Lumialani Kalākaua
House House of Kalākaua
Father Caesar Kapaʻakea
Mother Analea Keohokālole
Born November 16, 1836
HonoluluOahu
Died January 20, 1891 (aged 54)
Palace HotelSan Francisco
Burial February 15, 1891[1]
Mauna Ala Royal Mausoleum
Signature
1877 -  Ruth Keelikolani hanai/adopted David Kalakaua/later became King David Kalakaua,  Liliuokalani/later became Queen Liliuokalani, Miriam Likelike and Kaiminaauao sibling named W.P. Leleiohoku II.  Her own son Kinau passed away, and her husband W.P. Leleiohoku passed away.
W.P. Leleiohoku's family existed then and their descendants/heirs exists today.
Issues remain because our families are part of Kalanimoku's families.  Kalanimoku was the father of W.P. Leleiohoku, hanai father of Kekauonohi, who was called the oldest sister of W.P. Leleiohoku. 
It was Kalanimoku and his cousin Kaahumanu who helped to run the Hawaiian Government after Kamehameha died in 1819.
Both of them had many descendants/heirs existing then and their descendants exists today.
Kalanimoku's siblings were:  Boki, Wahinepio (mother of Kekauonohi), Manono (w), Keoua (k), Kahikona (k), and Kekoa (k).  
Kaahumanu's sisters were also married to Kamehameha.  Their names were:  Kaheiheimalie, mother of Kekauluohi who was the mother of William Lunalilo/King William Lunalilo, and Namahana/Piia who also married Kaumualii of Kauai and was the mother of Haupu/Kahekili, Kuheleaumoku, Kaulia, Kanekoa, and Kahai.
Namahana/Piia's last husband was Laanui/Gideon Laanui who became the konohiki in Waialua, Oahu.
Leleiohoku II
Crown Prince of the Hawaiian Islands
Full name
William Pitt Leleiohoku II Kalahoʻolewa
House House of Kalākaua
Father Caesar Kaluaiku Kapaʻakea
Mother Analea Keohokālole
Ruth Keʻelikōlani (hānai)
Born January 10, 1854
HonoluluOʻahu,
Died April 9, 1877 (aged 23)
HonoluluOʻahu,
Burial April 25, 1877[1]
Mauna ʻAla Royal Mausoleum
Signature
  
W.P. Leleiohoku II  died shortly after being recorded as her hanai/adopted son in the Bureau of Conveyances, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii.
1883 -  Ruth Keelikolani died.  She was survived by Paalua's descendants, heirs, their hanai/ adopted sibling Bernice Pauahi and many stepsiblings because Ruth's claimed father Mataio Kekuanaoa was married to Kalima who had children.
Ruth Keʻelikōlani
Princess of the Hawaiian Islands
Spouse William Pitt Leleiohoku I
Isaac Young Davis
Issue
William John Pitt Kïnaʻu
Keolaokalani Davis
William Pitt Leleiohoku II (hānai)
Full name
Ruth Luka Keanolani Kauanahoahoa Keʻelikōlani
House House of Kamehameha
Father Kahalaiʻa Luanuʻu or
Mataio Kekūanāoʻa
Mother Kalani Pauahi
Born February 9, 1826
HonoluluOʻahu
Died May 24, 1883 (aged 56)
Kailua-KonaHawaiʻi
Burial June 17, 1883
Mauna ʻAla Royal Mausoleum
  
1884 -  Bernice Pauahi died.
Bernice Pauahi had been married to Keawe and had a hanai/adopted son named Opunui.  Keawe had a son named Davis Keawe, David Keawe.  Keawe had a sister named Kekualoa/Kekua/Kuahine/Kaaumoana/Kahakuakoi/Kahakuhaakoi.
Bernice Pauahi Bishop had many cousins who were also descendants of Kamehameha.  See below for the 13 grandchildren of Kamehameha found in research.
Note:  Bernice Pauahi Bishop was Not the last of the Kamehameha's which was a lie maintained by those who moved to assume our Kamehameha identity, lands, assets, etc.
Our ancestors lived among Pirates, and we too live among Pirates now documented.
Bernice Pauahi Bishop
Spouse Charles Reed Bishop
Issue
Keolaokalani Davis (hānai)
Full name
Bernice Pauahi Pākī Bishop
House House of Kamehameha
Father Abner Pākī
Kekūanāoʻa (hānai)
Mother Laura Kōnia
Kīnaʻu (hānai)
Born December 19, 1831
ʻAikupika, HaleākalaHonolulu,OʻahuHawaii
Died October 16, 1884 (aged 52)
Keōua HaleHonoluluOʻahuHawaii
Burial November 2, 1884

[1]
Mauna ʻAla Royal MausoleumOʻahu,Hawaii

Signature
  
1885 - Queen Emma died.  Queen Emma was survived by her adopted sibling's/descendants/ heirs including Hueu Davis, Kale Davis and Peke Davis.
1891 -  King David Kalakaua died.   He was elected in the position.  He signed many Fraud Deeds including Pearl Harbor.  He deeded already deeded alodio /ano alodio lands to two (2) ancestors who had died 7-9 years previously.  The two (2) ancestors were Grace Kamaikui, and Mataio Kekuanaoa.  Descendants/Heirs existed then and their descendants exists today.
He was succeeded by his sister Queen Liliuokalani.  
Queen Liliuokalani had been married to several and had children/hanai/adopted children.  One of them was named her Trustee whose descendants of her body was to continue on as Trustees after she died.
Queen Liliuokalani had denied that she signed a Trust with the usurpers, and she documented that Colburn, also a usurper, was to make corrections.
Colburn, and Prince Kuhio didn't make corrections.  Prince Kuhio did take an out of court settlement to Queen Liliuokalani's claims and settled for the Waikiki properties.
Liliʻuokalani
Queen of the Hawaiian Islands (more...)
Reign January 29, 1891 – January 17, 1893
Predecessor Kalākaua
Successor Monarchy abolished
Spouse John Owen Dominis
Full name
Lydia Liliʻu Loloku Walania Wewehi Kamakaʻeha-a-Kapaʻakea
Lydia Kamakaʻeha Paki (adoptive and legal name)
House House of Kalākaua
Father Caesar Kapaʻakea
Mother Analea Keohokālole
Born September 2, 1838
HonoluluOahuKingdom of Hawaii
Died November 11, 1917 (aged 79)
HonoluluOahuTerritory of Hawaii
Burial Mauna Ala Royal Mausoleum
Signature
  
1893 -  Queen Liliuokalani was criminally dethroned by conspirators, treasonous persons who were Americans supported by the U.S. government, President, Congress, businessmen, bankers, Masons, Freemasons.  (See Premeditation articles about Pearl Harbor - standing order to take over Pearl Harbor/Hawaiian Islands by Congress, U.S. President; and Masons/Freemasons article admitting plans/collusion/participation, etc.) 
 
1917 -  Queen Liliuokalani died.  
Her issues remain unresolved.  She designated her hanai/adopted daughter to be the caretaker of her Trust/her Trustee and they were to be only the bloodlines, from her body only.  There were problematic issues even within her designated Trustees families which were made up of her four (4) true bloodlines, and many adopted ones.

2013 - There are many unresolved issues and the above directly affects all that is happening in the Hawaiian Islands today.
It appears that the genealogies above will truly affect all moves going on.
It'll be a full on confrontation, etc. when these genealogies are truly proven.
 
A cousin has shown his claims to being Kauikeouli/Kamehameha III's descendants through chants, land documentation......thru the Meek line saying that his ancestor was conveyed properties from his Will, etc.
Another cousin's Kamehameha line was recently documented through genealogies, documents found at the Archives, and the Bureau of Conveyances, Honolulu, Oahu.
As of today, there are 17 documented grandchildren of Kamehameha.
These are their names:

1)  Pauahi - Ruth Keelikolani's mother

2)  Konia - the true Bernice Pauahi's mother

3)  Hanuna (k) - Kapule(k); Kini (w); Poohina (w); and Hookahe's (w) father

4)  Keola (k) - research incomplete

5) Abner Paki

6) Kalaniulumoku

7) Kikau 

8) Kepilino

9)  Kahue (w)

10) Pohihi (w)

11)  Keawe

12) Mahoe

13)  Kekipi

14)  Nalimu/Kailakanoa

15)  Kahalaoa

16)  Opunui

17)  Papa

Note:  This is an incomplete list.

The Crown Lands has documented owners (see list above - Kamehameha's moopuna/grandchildren), and whose descendants/heirs existed in 1893, and now with evidence of Piracy(ies), Racketeering, Fraud, Identity Theft, etc.

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