Mo'okuauhau (Geneaology Research)


Mo'okuauhau (Geneaology Research)

A group created with the purpose of helping Hawaiians research their genealogy and make renewed connections with extended ohana via the internet.

Members: 481
Latest Activity: Jan 9

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Comment by Anson Pa'alani Sing on June 16, 2012 at 9:01am
Aloha everyone! By any chance is there anyone out there that are descendants of Kipapa(k) and Kekapahaukea(w)?
Comment by maori puanani o tahiti robinson on June 6, 2012 at 2:49pm

The King of Tonga would welcome me in but will I accept his invitation as one who descended from the Kamehamehas or as a makaainana with shackles as was done to me and not to him? I was told all my documents were thrown into the trash but the churches tell me to identify myself I would need to chant my mokuauhau and this I can do.  Today everyone  can produce papers bought for their purpose but can they chant their mokuauhau? My mama tells me if one has to chant past three generations to get to a king, don't bother. What do you think? Can you?

Comment by Barbi Halalu Silva on June 4, 2012 at 1:32pm

J.K.RENAULD:You may already have the info on your family name KAIHE going back to TETEKI or KAIHE TETEKI 1724 Maui. This name goes back into the New Zealand line...Interesting because the name KAIHE md. Mele Heleloa (Kuheleloa,Kanakaheleloa,Helela) into my ancestry line. Try going to the Library and have the clerks pull out the Polynesian book and see what you can find.

Comment by Jeff Renaud on June 4, 2012 at 10:10am

searching for all info regarding the KAIHE ohana name(s) from Kaupo, Kipahulu, Hana, Maui

Comment by Elizabeth Kanoi Sumang on May 21, 2012 at 4:44pm

Your best bet is to sit down with my grandfather who has our geneaolgy already printed

Comment by Elizabeth Kanoi Sumang on May 21, 2012 at 4:42pm

I am the grand-daughter of the Elvin Kaiakapu. Much of his siblings have passed but he still resides in Hanapepe. I can help with your genealogy if you are still interested. I am interested in my Hanalei 'ohana too.

Comment by Barbi Halalu Silva on March 9, 2012 at 4:19pm

This is for DUSTIN KANELOA KEAWEEHU STITELY: In my genealogy a name being comming from Kapaa,Kauai : James P.Kauakahi Keawe'ehu married Puahilia Gilman the adopted daughter of Kaiakapu Malule. Children are as fallows: Elvin Kaiakapu of Hanapepe,Kauai,Francis Kauakahi,George Kauakahi (barried Kekaha),Charles Keawe'ehu,Lillia Lopez,Jane Fereira and sister Sarah Morela.

George Kauakahi was said to have been my mothers brother. Yes this family came from Hanalei,Kauai.

Comment by Ginger kapaku on March 4, 2012 at 11:07pm

Aloha, My name is Ginger kapaku this message is for Joseph keoni Thompson did u go on googly and punch in ur family name u should. I used ur family name and got something u really would love to see. sroll down and read geni press the arrow to the right ur family tree. I don't know ur mother's name may be u can see it from that line. Is this ur first time doing genealogy? well there is others that u can go on if Prince Edward Keliiahonui is not ur line. , Find my ,, One great, family and there's others but start with these first have fun dont forget u will know when to look for ur family they will come to u just like mine pray for ur family have fun Mahalo.

Comment by reno joseph keoni thompson on March 4, 2012 at 2:17pm

im tryin to find out any info on my moms family keliiahonui

Comment by Jeff Renaud on February 15, 2012 at 11:01am

Searching for the following names coming out of Kalaoa, Kona

-Ella Mcomber aka Lu'ukia Keawemauhili (Kia) born 1839 (mother Li'ili'ilokia Keawemauhili) listed in Kona as Ella and found in Kalaupapa as Lu'ukia
-Li'ili'ilokia Keawemauhili Napeahi aka Li'i Napeahi (1810-1896) 
-Kealiuli Alapa'i Domingo (mother Li'ili'ilokia Keawemauhili, married Inocencio Domingo)
-Henry Greenwell (had son with Lu'ukia Keawemauhili)
-Inocencio & Kealiuli Domingo (adopted Lu'ukia's son)
-Kolomona Keawe/Keawemauhili
-Charles Holi
-Kalima and Ai families (tutu was Li'i Napeahi)

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