Noelani Duffey-Spikes
  • 33, Female
  • Papakolea, Honolulu
  • Hawaiʻi
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'O wai kou inoa? What's your name?
'O au 'o Noelani. NO KE AHA?!?
No hea mai 'oe? Where are you from?
Ua puka au mai ke kula 'o Halau Ku Mana c/o 2005. Noho au ma Papakolea, me na kanaka Hawai'i ma laila LOL. I keia mau la, ke noho nei au ma "da continent" :)..... aka me ku'u kane, oia ka mea maika'i. Makemake au e ho'oikaika i ka olelo Hawai'i, he'enalu ma ka papa kaha nalu LOL, and holoholo. okie dokie.... dats me MWAH!!!!
ʻO wai ke ahupuaʻa āu e noho nei? Where do you live?
No Papakolea Mai au.

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At 5:31pm on May 18, 2009, HOLLY KWOCK KALEOHANO said…
Aloha Noelani,

My name is Holly and we may be cousin's. May I ask you, what is your mothers name. The only reason I am asking is because my grandmother is also Emily Kealiiahonui Kekoa Dole.

Aloha,
Holly
At 1:15pm on March 29, 2009, Michele Pimentel said…
Aloha Noelani,
noho au ma Kihei, Maui. The Papoko Ohana can be found on Hawaii, Maui, O'ahu and Kaua'i. Unfortunafately, the surname can be only be given. I will keep my eyes open for your branch. Can you give a little more info?
A hui hou...Michele
At 11:23am on March 10, 2009, Shannon"VOYSE"Roberts said…
M soooo digging ur playlist. Bless up.
At 7:38am on February 13, 2009, Charles Ano said…
You should check out the genealogy group at facebook. I'm the VP there and we have some interesting projects in the works.

Native Hawaiian Genealogy Group
At 1:47pm on February 4, 2009, Delthia Mahiai said…
Aloha Noelani,

I do have information on James Kekoa. And the Kaapa in Papakolea is my cousin. And I have a sister living in Papakolea too.

Del
At 8:37am on February 1, 2009, Punahele Svendsen said…
yea it got more mellow after but it wasnt the same vibe...but suuuuure did cut down on the canoe drama got all mellow with all the young souls out of the picture. but seriously....i cant wait for next years too...i think last year it started june 8th. i know i been talking to uncle chad about it and there all on board for it. right now im managing a resturant in kohala but pfff.... id drop that in a second just to do Kulia this summer. to me feels like a family reunion when u guys are there.gooooood fun. i like kelii u and i together. serious old times.
i had a feeling you werent gonna like it there from my own experience from the mainland and comparing the time i spent with u....ur island roots are to warm for that mainland stuff.hows ur okole....freezing yet? just kidding. i really do hope u come back home soon. and hopefully all in good terms. whats keeping from coming back home?
oh well miss you! i know working the program wont be the same without u..
At 5:22pm on December 16, 2008, Delthia Mahiai said…
Aloha Noelani,

Are you related to the Kekoa of Ka'u. My Kekoa Ohana come from there. Joseph Kawaha is my great grandmother brother ( Mary Kamaalo Kawaha Kaapa). What is your grantmother name for Kekoa? With the information that you have share with me complete the Kekoa Lineage and I also have a picture of Sarah Kualaula Kapahu Kekoa in Molokai.
At 1:46pm on December 16, 2008, Ku'uleilani Abihai said…
Pehea e Noe? Ua kahea ia 'oe ma kau kelepona,aka, i neva hear back from u! kahea ia'u when u can, need ur mana'o i na mea 'olelo hawai'i. Hiki no?
At 7:08pm on November 22, 2008, Punahele Svendsen said…
heyyyy! thats awesome u got this. i just found it the other night....so happens the guy who started this site is a fairly close cousin of mine.hoo small yea hawaii.....
Im gonna miss you in kulia i ka pono program this year. maybe if im lucky ull run away from the aina A to come work with us.
by the way i cant remember u in washington DC or the state? cause i was in seattle earlier this month LOOOOVED IT!
At 10:23am on November 18, 2008, Hiwalani said…
Sisterenz, are you coming home for Thanksgiving? If so would you like to read your favorite puke to some Hawaiian Keikis? I'm looking for readers for the ALU LIKE Native Hawaiian Library Literacy Fair held on Nov. 28th in Kaka'ako. Each session is 30 min. long. Ina hiki, hiki, if not das okay. Luv-luv, Me
 
 
 

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