The Keko'olani family traces its ancestral roots on the Big Island to several towns and settlements located on the Big Island's Hamakua Coast, including Paauilo, Honoka'a, Kukuihaele and Waipio
Valley. But the Hawaiian homestead of Kalōpā holds a special place in the hearts of our family because our great-grandmother Lillian Kalaniahiahi Kaeo Kanakaole Keko'olani (1882-1923) was one of Kalōpā's original homesteaders. Here,
two generations of the Keko'olani family found a special place to call home. To be at Kalōpā brings tender memories of our loving and dedicated parents, grandparents and great-grandparents.
This section of our website is of special interest to the original settler familes of Kalōpā:
Other families may also find information about their roots in Kalōpā.