Descendants of Hawaiian Royalty


Descendants of Hawaiian Royalty

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Please list your genealogy if you are related to any royalties of the islands of Hawaii, Maui, Moloka'i, Kaho'olawe, Lana'i, Oahu, Kaua'i, and Ni'ihau or Nihoa. 7 Replies

Are you a child of royal birth? If so, please recite your genealogy connecting to the lands of your ancesters.

Started by Love Kelley. Last reply by Alyssa Aoki Mehnert Aug 5, 2017.

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Comment by Alyssa Aoki Mehnert on February 20, 2017 at 1:55pm

I have been doing a lot of research for my husband's paternal side on I must say it has been a very time consuming and confusing tree to fill. His grandmother always  told him he was a decedent of K. Kamehameha I.  @TWright has the same common ancestor- Kaumuali'ikalini Kanaina Rose. She was King Lunalilo's 1st cousin and was the niece of Charles Kanaina. My husband is a decedent of the House of Kamehameha as well as the House of Moana. Kanaina Rose was his GG grandmother. 

Comment by Love Kelley on October 9, 2013 at 12:07pm

Your a descendant of Paʻao?

Comment by Kimo Stowell on August 12, 2013 at 2:33pm

Aloha Mai Kakou,

My 'ohana mo'olelo stems from Kamehameha's cousin Keoua, to Lunalilo and continues to the Hanai 'ohana of Queen Lili'uokalni. I'm currently working with my mother to determine the details as my Kupuna who were knowledgeable in the mo'olelo have passed but it seems we were more connected to the Hola'e and the descendants of Pa'ao. 

Comment by TWright on June 5, 2012 at 6:36pm

Thanks Love Kelley for the response.  Actually, the Mormon side has nothing to do with the research on the information about my Hawai'ian roots, only that I mentioned it since there is a unique history tied to Hawai'i with my father and his Mormon father.  My great-great grandfather was George Q Cannon, who was one of the first Mormons in the Islands, and he translated the Book of Mormon into Hawaiian.  That is the only reason I brought it up.  A little bit of interesting trivia.  Mahalo.

Comment by Love Kelley on June 5, 2012 at 2:57pm
Some of the mormon records are somewhat false... The names are not correct.... Blessings to you and your Ohana... Aloha!
Comment by TWright on May 3, 2012 at 5:24pm

Aloha, Hattie Kaumuali'ikalini Kana'ina is my paternal great-great grandmother, niece of High Chief Charles Kana'ina and 1st cousin of King Lunalilo.  Her parents were Kaimualiiokamoku and Kamakahai, with her father coming from Eia Kamakakaualii & Kauwa, coming from the great chief Nohomuaolani Palila and Moana, with Palila coming from Kahiliopua, child of Kamehameha the Great.  Doing quite a bit of searching for our roots.  Been finding out some interesting things.  My existence comes from the meeting of this great ancestry and the deepest Mormon roots in Hawai'i.

Comment by Love Kelley on July 18, 2010 at 5:58am
A beloved Chiefess of the island of Niʻihau passed away on June 10, 2010 at her Lihue home on the island of Kauaʻi. Her name was Jean ileialoha Keale, Beniamina of Niʻihau. Even though she is not here with us today but! her legacy will continue from this day forward. May she rest in peace. And may her beloved memories be buried in our hearts.

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