Kekoolani Genealogy of the Descendants of the Ruling Chiefs of Hawaii


Ulumāheihei Hoapili-kane [Parents] 1 died on 3 Jan 1840. He was buried in Waiola Cemetery, Lahaina, Maui. He married Kaheiheimalie (Kaheiheimālie, Kalākua Kaheiheimālie, Hoapili Wahine) (Queen of Hawaii).

Other marriages:
Kailikauoha,
Keopuolani (Kalanikauikaʻalaneo Kai Keōpūolani), (Queen Consort of Hawaii, Ninaupi'o)

Alii of Lahaina, Governor of Maui, son of Kameeiamoku, by his first wife, Keliiokahekili

Kaheiheimalie (Kaheiheimālie, Kalākua Kaheiheimālie, Hoapili Wahine) (Queen of Hawaii) [Parents] 1, 2 was born in 1766 in Hāna, Maui. She died on 16 Jan 1842 in Lahaina, Maui. She was buried Waineʻe Cemetery. She married Ulumāheihei Hoapili-kane.

Other marriages:
Kamehameha I the Great (Paiea Kūnuiakea Kamehameha), (King of Hawaii)
Kalaimamahu (Kalanimamahu),

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FULL NAME: Miriam Kalākua Kaheiheimālie Hoapili-Wahine.

Through her daughters Elizabeth and Miriam she was grandmother of three kings: Kamehameha IV, Kamehameha V, and Lunalilo.

Governess of Maui 1840-1842

She was born c. 1778 into a noble (ali'i) family of Maui. Her father was Keʻeaumoku Pāpaʻiahiahi, a noble from Hawaiʻi Island. Her mother was Namahanaʻi Kaleleokalani, the former consort of her half-brother the late king of Maui, Kamehameha Nui. From her mother she was a member of the royal house of Maui. Her siblings included Hawaiʻi island Governor John Adams Kuakini, Queen Kaʻahumanu, Maui Governor George Cox Kahekili Keʻeaumoku II, and Lydia Namahana Piʻia. Her father became an advisor and friend to Kamehameha I, eventually becoming royal governor of Maui. He arranged for her sister Kaʻahumanu to marry the king when she was thirteen; she woud be the most powerful leader of the kingdom for several decades.

First Kaheiheimālie married Prince Kalaʻimamahu, Chief Priest of ʻIo and Kāne. He was a brother of Kamehameha I. They divorced around 1795 and she married her former brother-in-law King Kamehameha I in a ceremony known as Hoao-Wohi.[1] She was part of the court of Kamehameha I that met George Vancouver during his expedition in 1794 and agreed to the first treaty with Great Britain.[2]

She had one son and two daughters by her second marriage to Kamehameha I. Her son Prince Kamehameha Kapauaiwa was born about 1801 and died as an infant. Her daughter Victoria Kamehamalu Kekuaiwaokalani (c. 1802–1824) married Liholiho and became Queen consort Kamāmalu when Liholiho became King Kamehameha II. Her youngest daughter Elizabeth Kīnaʻu (c. 1805–1839) succeed her aunt Kaʻahumanu, Kalākua's sister, as Kuhina Nui, co-ruling Hawaii with Kamehameha II.[3] Her daughter from her first marriage with Kalaimamahu was Miriam Auhea Kekāuluohi (c. 1794–1845) who succeeded Elizabeth as the third Kuhina Nui, styled as Kaʻahumanu III.[4]
Through her daughters Elizabeth and Miriam she was grandmother of three more kings: Kamehameha IV, Kamehameha V, and Lunalilo.

She married for the third time at Honolulu, October 19, 1823, to Ulumāheihei Hoapili who was the Governor of Maui. She became a late convert to Christianity and took the name "Miriam" along with her oldest daughter. She was described as physically being "...tall and gigantic" like her siblings.[5] She was known as Hoapili-wahine or "Mrs. Hoapili". She served as Governor of Maui 1840-1842 after her husband's death, and was a founding member of the Hosue of Nobles in 1841.[6] She died on Maui, January 16, 1842 and was at buried Moku'ula. Her remains were later moved to the nearby Waineʻe Cemetery beside her last husband Hoapili.[7]

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References
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(1) Kapiikauinamoku (June 19, 1955). "The Story of Maui Royalty: Kamehameha, Kalakua Wed in Hoao-Wohi Rites". Honolulu Advertiser. Retrieved 2010-01-01.

(2) Stephen L. Desha (2000). "Chapter 14: Vancounver's Visit". Kamehameha and his warrior Kekūhaupiʻo (Moolelo kaao no Kuhaupio ke koa kaulana o ke au o Kamehameha ka Nui). Translated by Frances N. Frazier. Kamehameha Schools Press. p. 379. ISBN 0-87336-061-3.

(3) Kapiikauinamoku (Sammy Amalu) (June 20, 1955). "The Story of Maui Royalty: Princess Kamamalu Was Kamehamehaʻs Daughter". Honolulu Advertiser. Retrieved 2010-01-01.

(4) Henry Soszynski. "Kalakua Kaheiheimalie". web page on "Rootsweb". Retrieved 2009-12-22.

(5) Hiram Bingham I (1855) [1848]. A Residence of Twenty-one Years in the Sandwich Islands (Third ed.). H.D. Goodwin. p. 164.

(6) "Hoapili office record". state archives digital collections. state of Hawaii. Retrieved 2009-11-25.

(7) "Burials in Waialoa Cemetery". Find A Grave web site. Retrieved 2009-11-02.
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Charles Kana'ina (Kana'ina II) (High Chief) [Parents] 1, 2, 3 was born about 1800 in Kohala, Hawaii, Hawaii. He married Miriam Auhea Kekauluohi (Kekāuluohi, Kekā-ulu-ohi).

Miriam Auhea Kekauluohi (Kekāuluohi, Kekā-ulu-ohi) [Parents] 1, 2 was born on 27 Jul 1794. She married Charles Kana'ina (Kana'ina II) (High Chief).

Other marriages:
Kamehameha I the Great (Paiea Kūnuiakea Kamehameha), (King of Hawaii)

Kuhina Nui of HAwaii. According to information in "Hawaiian Genealogies" (Pukui), Kinoiki was a po'olua by Kala'imamahu and Kamehameha.

They had the following children:

  M i William Charles Lunalilo (King of Hawaii) 1, 2, 3.

Ulumāheihei Hoapili-kane [Parents] 1 died on 3 Jan 1840. He was buried in Waiola Cemetery, Lahaina, Maui. He married Kailikauoha.

Other marriages:
Kaheiheimalie, (Kaheiheimālie, Kalākua Kaheiheimālie, Hoapili Wahine) (Queen of Hawaii)
Keopuolani (Kalanikauikaʻalaneo Kai Keōpūolani), (Queen Consort of Hawaii, Ninaupi'o)

Alii of Lahaina, Governor of Maui, son of Kameeiamoku, by his first wife, Keliiokahekili

Kailikauoha [Parents] 1. married Ulumāheihei Hoapili-kane. The parent relationship has been challenged.

Other marriages:
Kalolena,

One of two ninaupi'o female children for Kahekili II and Ku (who we say is the same woman as Kauwahine), rarely mentioned in the genealogies (probably due to the controversies surrounding the male offspring). If they are truly offspring, these are Maui royal females of the highest possible rank. We need more information (D. Kekoolani, JAN 2010).

They had the following children:

  F i Liliha (Kuini Liliha) died on 24 Aug 1839.

Ulumāheihei Hoapili-kane [Parents] 1 died on 3 Jan 1840. He was buried in Waiola Cemetery, Lahaina, Maui. He married Keopuolani (Kalanikauikaʻalaneo Kai Keōpūolani) (Queen Consort of Hawaii, Ninaupi'o).

Other marriages:
Kaheiheimalie, (Kaheiheimālie, Kalākua Kaheiheimālie, Hoapili Wahine) (Queen of Hawaii)
Kailikauoha,

Alii of Lahaina, Governor of Maui, son of Kameeiamoku, by his first wife, Keliiokahekili

Keopuolani (Kalanikauikaʻalaneo Kai Keōpūolani) (Queen Consort of Hawaii, Ninaupi'o) [Parents] 1 was born about 1778 in Pahoehoe, Maui. She died on 16 Sep 1823 in Kaluaokila, Lahaina, Maui. She married Ulumāheihei Hoapili-kane.

Other marriages:
Kamehameha I the Great (Paiea Kūnuiakea Kamehameha), (King of Hawaii)
Kalaimamahu (Kalanimamahu),

FULL NAME:
Keōpūolani-Ahu-i-Kekai-Makuahine-a-Kama-Kalani-Kau-i-Kealaneo
Please see the notes/discussion for her mother.


Kauikeaouli Kamehameha III (King of Hawaii) [Parents] 1 was born on 11 Aug 1813 in Keauhou, Kona Akau, Hawaii. He died on 15 Dec 1854. He married Kalama Hakaleleponi-I-Kapakuhaili.

Other marriages:
Young, Jane Napua-i-Kaumakani Lahilahi (Lahilahi)

FULL BIRTH NAME:
Keaweaweʻula Kiwalaʻo Kauikeaouli Kaleiopapa

FULL CORONATION NAME:
Keaweaweʻula Kiwalaʻo Kauikeaouli Kaleiopapa Kalani Waiakua Kalanikau Iokikilo Kiwalaʻo i ke kapu Kamehameha

Kalama Hakaleleponi-I-Kapakuhaili [Parents] 1 was born in 1817 in Ka'elehulu. She married Kauikeaouli Kamehameha III (King of Hawaii).


Kauikeaouli Kamehameha III (King of Hawaii) [Parents] 1 was born on 11 Aug 1813 in Keauhou, Kona Akau, Hawaii. He died on 15 Dec 1854. He married 2 Jane Napua-i-Kaumakani Lahilahi Young (Lahilahi).

Other marriages:
Kalama, Hakaleleponi-I-Kapakuhaili

FULL BIRTH NAME:
Keaweaweʻula Kiwalaʻo Kauikeaouli Kaleiopapa

FULL CORONATION NAME:
Keaweaweʻula Kiwalaʻo Kauikeaouli Kaleiopapa Kalani Waiakua Kalanikau Iokikilo Kiwalaʻo i ke kapu Kamehameha

Jane Napua-i-Kaumakani Lahilahi Young (Lahilahi) [Parents] 1, 2 was born in 1817. She died on 12 Jan 1862 in Honolulu, Oahu. She was buried in Wyllie Crypt, Mauna 'Ala, Nu'uanu Valley. She married 3 Kauikeaouli Kamehameha III (King of Hawaii).

Other marriages:
Ka'eo, Joshua

They had the following children:

  M i Albert K. Kunuiakea.

Naihe-Kukui 1. married 2 I-Kape'ekukai.

I-Kape'ekukai [Parents] 1 died on 8 Feb 1825 in Valparaiso, Chile. She married 2 Naihe-Kukui.

Other marriages:
Keaweaheulu (Keaweaheulu Kalua'apana, Keawe-a-Heulu), (Oahu Chief of Wainae)

They had the following children:

  F i Kalama Hakaleleponi-I-Kapakuhaili was born in 1817.

Alexander Liholiho Kamehameha IV (King of Hawaii) [Parents] 1, 2 was born on 9 Feb 1834. He married H.M. Queen Emma Kaleleonalani Na'ea (Queen Consort of Hawaii).

Alexander ʻIolani Liholiho Keawenui

Kamehameha IV, born Alexander ʻIolani Liholiho Keawenui (1834–1863), reigned as the fourth king of the united Kingdom of Hawaii from January 11, 1855 to November 30, 1863.

H.M. Queen Emma Kaleleonalani Na'ea (Queen Consort of Hawaii) [Parents] 1, 2.H.M. married Alexander Liholiho Kamehameha IV (King of Hawaii).

Emma was given hanai to her aunt Grace and her husband Dr. Rooke by her natural parents.

Upon the death of her son Prince Albert Leiopapa a Kamehameha, Queen Emma took the name "Kaleleokalani" - the flight of the chief, the following year, upon the death of her husband King Kamehameha IV, she changed it to "Kaleleonalani" - the flight of the chiefs (plural)

They had the following children:

  M i HRH Prince Albert Edward Kauikeaouli (Ka Haku o Hawaii) 1, 2.

Lot Kapuāiwa Kamehameha V (King of Hawaii) [Parents] 1.Lot married Abigail Maheha (Maheha I).

FULL BIRTH NAME:
Lota Liholiho Kapuāiwa Kalanimakua Kalanikapuapaikalaninui Ali`iolani Kalani-a-Kekūanaō‘a. He did not marry, but is believed to have fathered an illegitanite daughter with cousin Abigail Maheha.

Abigail Maheha (Maheha I) [Parents] 1, 2, 3, 4 was born in 1825. She married Lot Kapuāiwa Kamehameha V (King of Hawaii).

Other marriages:
Keaupuni,
Kiaaina Wahineaea,

Abigail Maheha (July 10, 1832–?) was a member of the royal family during the Kingdom of Hawaii.

Maheha was the daughter of High Chief Namaile and High Chiefess Kuini Liliha. Her mother was the royal governor of O'ahu during the regency of Queen Kaʻahumanu. She was descended from Kahekili II, Moi of Maui, and High Chief Hoapili.

She was adopted or hanaied by her aunt, Princess Anne Kekauonohi. Her hanai mother was a granddaughter of Kamehameha the Great who united the Hawaiian Islands into one kingdom and was also the youngest consort of the deceased Kamehameha II and served as Governor of Kauai.

She was among those chosen by King Kamehameha III eligible for throne of the Kingdom of Hawaii to attend the Chiefs' Children's School, also known as the Royal School of Hawaii. Her sister Jane Loeau also attended Royal School. She was taught by American missionaries Amos Starr Cooke and his wife Juliette Montague Cooke. During their Sunday procession to church it was customary for boys and girls to walk side by side; Abigail walked beside Alexander Liholiho, the future King Kamehameha IV.]

She left the school on January 18, 1847, married Keaupuni on February 3, 1847 but they divorced. She married Kiaaina Wahineaea on July 17, 1857 on the island of Kauaʻi. Her first name was spelled "Apigaila" on the marriage record.

References
(1) Dibble, Sheldon (1843). History of the Sandwich Isles. Lahainaluna: Press of the Mission Seminary.
(2) Liliʻuokalani (Queen of Hawaii) (July 25, 2007) [1898]. "Chapter 1: A Sketch of my Childhood". Hawaii's story by Hawaii's queen, Liliuokalani. Lee and Shepard, reprinted by Kessinger Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-0548222652.
(3) Amos Starr Cooke and Juliette Montague Cooke (1970). Mary Atherton Richards. ed. The Hawaiian Chiefs' Children's School: a record compiled from the diary and letters of Amos Starr Cooke and Juliette Montague Cooke by their granddaughter. C. E. Tuttle Co.. p. 279.
(4) "Marriages: Oahu (1832-1910)". state archives digital collections. state of Hawaii. Retrieved 2010-01-22.(5) "Divorces: First circuit page 116 Maheha Abigail v Keaupuni (k)". state archives digital collections. state of Hawaii. Retrieved 2010-01-22.
^ "Marriages: Kauai (1826-1910)". state archives digital collections. state of Hawaii. Retrieved 2010-01-22.

They had the following children:

  F i Keanolani.

Possibly born to Kamehameha V out of wedlock.

George Na'ea [Parents] 1, 2 was born in 1797 in Honolulu, Hawaii. He died in 1852 in Honolulu, Hawaii. He was buried in Royal Mausoleum. He married Fanny Kekalaokalani Young (Kekalaokalani) in 1835.

Fanny Kekalaokalani Young (Kekalaokalani) [Parents] 1, 2 was born on 21 Jul 1806 in Kawaihae, Hawaii. She died on 4 Sep 1880 in Honolulu, Oahu. She married George Na'ea in 1835.

Other marriages:
Lewis, Henry

They had the following children:

  F i H.M. Queen Emma Kaleleonalani Na'ea (Queen Consort of Hawaii).

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