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25,
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SOME
GENEOLOGY
R W. Wilcox Corrects State
ments in El-Queen's Bool
ANCESTRY OF LILIUOKALANI
Only Surviving Members of Royal
School Destined to Be Rulers
of Hawaii.
MR. EDITOR: Please aKow me a
space in the columns of your journal.
On pages 309-409, and appendix E, F
and G of "Hawaii's Story by Hawaii's
Queen," I find geneologies arranged,
corrected and also foot notes, by the
ex-Queen Liliuokalani.
As some of these geneologies and
foot notes are incorrect, and for the
sake of young students of Hawaiian
history, I now undertake to give true
correction on these pedigrees, and
supported by Hawaiian authorities,
such historians and geneologists as
S. M. Kamakau, A. Fornander, J. K.
Unauna, P. S. Pakelekulan'i and .others.
Appendix E, No. 1 Geneology of
Liliuokalani. (On her mother's side).
This geneology is all right except
the foot note.
Kepookalani, son of Kameeiamoku,
the father, and Kama.kaeheikuli, the
mother, was a half-cousin of Kameha
meha I on their mothers' side alone,
and not a first cousin. Thus, Haae-a-Kauauanui-a-Mahi,
with Kekelaoka
lani, (sister of Keeaumokunui) begat
Kekuiapoiwa II who becaime Keoua's
third wife, and became the mother of
Kamehameha I and Kalanimalokulo-ku-i-Keip.aokalani
alias Keliimaikai.
Haae with vKalelemauliokalani begat
two daughters, Kamakaeheikuli and
Haalou. As Kamakaeheikuli was a half
sister of Kekelaokalani, consequently
Kepookalani was a half-cousin of Ka
mehameha I. (Vide, Fornander, Una
una and others).
Xo. 2. (On her father's side).
To make this geneology complete
we must add more wife to Kalaninui
Iamamao, whose name was Kapaihi-a-Ahu,
mother of Kaolanialii. Thus,
Kalaninui-Iamamao took Ms own
daughter Kaolanialii for one of his
wives, after the tragic death of Kapa-ihi-a-Ahu.
Therefore, Alapaiwahine,
daughter of Kaolanialii and great
grand mother of Liliuokalani became
an A'ui-naha, one of the ancient ranks
of high chiefs.
Xo. 1 Geneology of Kamhameha I.
This geneology is correct, -except the
foot, note is wrong.
Heulu and Ka.makaimoku are half
brother and half-sister, and as Heulu
was Keawe-a-Heulu's father and Ka
makaimoku was Keoua's mother.
Therefore, Keawe-a-Heulu and Keoua
were half-cousins and not direct first
cousins.
Xo. 2 Geneology of Kamehameha I.
This geneology is incompleted; Kee
aumokunui had a sister, Kekelaokala
ni who was Haae's tabued wife and
mother of Kekuiapoiwa II. The foot
note is misleading again, Kalaninui
Iaanamao and Keeaumokunui were
haHf-brothers. both were sons of Ke
aweikekahialiiokamoku of different
mothers.
Geneology of Kepoookalani, son of
Kameeiamoku, grandson of Keawepoe-
poe, and great grand father of Liliuo
kalani is badly mixed tip. The fact
notes of it are nearly all incorrect.
Haae's father, as I already stated was
Katiaunui-a-Mahi. the mother was Ke
poomahana. "The Royal Twins of Kekaulike," as
they were called, Kameeiamoku and
Kanianawa were the sons of Keawepoe
poe, son of Lonoikahaupu with Queen
Kalanikaule.eiaiwi their mother was
Kanoena, a daughter o Lonoanahulu
of the great Ehu family. Kekelaoka
lani sister of Keeaumokunui, Keoua's
aunt, was Haae's tabued wife hereto
fore mentioned, and their issue was
Kekuiapoiwa II, who was married to
her first cousin Kecua, and begot Ka
mehameha I and Kalanimalokuloku-i-
Kepoookalani alias Keliimaikai as
tated before. But Kekelaokalani
wife of Kamanawa and mother
of PeleuJi was another Kekelao
kalani entirely. She was a daugh
ter of Kauakahiakua and Kekuiapoi
wanui, half sister of Keeaumokunui
and Kekelaoka'.ani I, son and -daughter
of Keaweikekahialiickamoku, and Ka-
lanikauleleiaiwi, king and queen of
Hawaii. (Vide Fornander, page 220).
Keoua whose full name was Kalani-
kupuapaikalaninui Keoua.. sen of Kee-
umokunui and grandson of Keaweike-
kahiaiiiokamcku, who during his youth
went to Hana. East Maui, in search
of the hands of the most tabued chief-
esses KaniKiKaiao.-vaiani and lvaianiie-
hua, who were great great grand
daughters of the most, exalted tabued
reigning cniiess ivaa.-cauaianinui wno
held the highest and uncommon rank
called Poo hoolewa i ka la, Xamake-
hanui who rebelled against Kameha
meha I in ITS") on Hawaii was a direct
descendant cf the aforesaid Kaakaua
laninui. The only issue of
marriage by
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anikiKaiaorca.a;n was a son calle-d
Caiokuokamaile. the ancestor of the
hich cniefess. Eliza oetn Kekaaniaii
(Mrs. F. S. Pratt). (Vide S. M. Kama-
au's and P. S. Pakelekulani's).
Keoua's next wife was his first cous
in Kekuiapoiwa II. mother of Kame
hameha I and Keliimaikai. Keoua's
fourth wife was Kamakaeheikuli,
daughter of Haae with his other wife
Kalelemauliokalani. T
nuirriag. was a
e issue
ta-s
Kalainiaiuahu.
sr.un xatncr o: t
Lite Kin,: Lun.1-
li!o.
Kwia'j ill ill wir
wa KiIo!a. i
aaugatc-r of King K
Maui.
wita Kf-kuiapoiwanui. (Kaloia was a
sistf r of Kamehamehanui and Kahf ki
li). The issue was a daughter. Kekuia
poiwa Liiiha. who afterward became
the wife of King Kalaniopuu's son Ki
walao. and became The mother of Keo
puolani, mother of Liholiho (Kameha
meha 11). Kauikeaouli (Kamehameha
III) and Princess Harietta Xahienaena.
His sixth wife was Manoncnui, daugh
ter of King Alapainui of Hawaii, with
Kamakaimoku. (Kamakainioku was
also the mother of King Kalaniopuu
and Keoua. Their issue was a daughter
called Kiiiaweau who became the wife
of Ke iimaikai and mother of the cele
brated Kekuo-kalani. (Vide S. M. Ka
makau's history of Kamehameha I).
Keoua's seventh wife was Akahinui,
their issue was a sen called Kaleiwohi
woo bacame grand father cf the late
chiefess Akahi of Keei, Kona. Hawaii.
It is inexplicable how the ex-Queen
used Fornander's as her authority, and
ye-c Fornander's ped:gree on geneology
of Kepookalani is very far from the
same.
On appendix F, the ex-Queen at
tempted to correct Alexander's -geneology,
-but here she made still a gross
mistake bv denying that Keliimaikai i
had no issue, and Kiiiaweau was a
man. Yes, there was a man by that
name who was supposed to have been
the father of M. Kekuanaoa instead,
of Xahiolea; but Kiiiaweau, wife of
Keliimaikai, was a daughter of Keoua
and Manoncnui, as heretofore "mention
ed, and who became the .mother of the
celebrated Kekuaokalani, husband of
the valliant and faithful Manono II.
(Vide S. M. Kamakau history of Ka
mehameha I).
Manono II was a daughter of Kalola
a-Kumukoa and Kekuamanoha, a half
brother of Kahekili, King of Maui.
Keliimaikai is supposed also as one of
the fatfaers of Kaonaeha, grand mother
of Queen Emma and Prince A. K. Ku
nuiakea. (Vide Kuokoa, October 5,
1867, by S. M. Kamakau).
The only chief known by the name
of Hcapili-kane was Ulumaheiher, who
was a .constant companion and aikane
of Kamehameha I, and through that
he was called afterward, Ulumaheihei
HoapMi. He was one of the sons of
Kameeiamoku with his second wife,
Keliiakaheki'ii, a daughter of Kaneka
polei. 'KameeiamoTiu's first wife was
Kamakaeheikuli, their issue was Ke
poookalani, great grand father of Li
liuokalani and his (Kameeiamoku's)
last wife was iKaihikoloa, and their
issue was a son, Hoolulu, grand father
of the late Governor F. W. Kahapula
Beckley, Marea Kahaawelani and
George Mooheau 'Beckley. Ulumahei
hei Hoapili was one of the few chiefs
in whom Kamehameha I ihad the great
est confidence, in fact the only one he
entrusted with his bequest to hide his
bones according to ancient custom.
Between Hoapili and his half-brother
Hoolulu .accordingly, this sacred mis
sion was carried out; and at his death
in 1S19, Hoapili entrusted Hoolulu the
bearing away of the corpse of the great
Kamehameha. The ceremony was per
formed at dark of night. It is only
surmised that the corpse of the great
conqueror was put in some of tiae se
cret caves of Kona, Hawaii, ibut some
say it was consigned to the deep sea
One of the descendants of Hoolulu now
bears the name of iKahaawelani on
the above account, meaning the bear
ing cf HooUi'lu the corpse of Kameha
meha I on his back. Ulumaheihei Hoa
mil and fnis wire iivaheineimaiie, one
of the widows of Kamehameha I anc:
mother of Kinau and Queen Kama
malu were strong supporters of the
earlier missionaries and who gave
them the names of Hoapilikane and
Hoapiliwahine.
Hoapilikane's first wife was Kalili-
kauoha, a daughter of King Kahekil
who became the mother of the high
spirited chiefess Kuini Liiiha, wife of
Boki.
There is only one undisputed branch
of the great house of Keoua living
through the primogeniture of the issue
of .'Kecua with his Hana. East Maui
wife through Kalokuokamaile by his
only descendants the High Chiefess
Elizabeth Kekaaniau and the issue of
her brotther Gidion K. Laanui, called
Theresa Owana Kaohehelani. It is a
matter of historical note handed down
to tnis day tnat Kamenamena l. in
fact during his reign on several occa
sions of gathering cf chiefs and chief
ess, Kaohelelani, daughter of Kaloku
okamaile and wife of Xuhi the son of
the great reigning Chief Hinai of "U'ai
mea, Hawaii, she was alwaj's recog
nized by the conqueror as the Senior
ity line of the Keoua family and was
always treated with a special distinc
tion than all the other chiefesses of
his court.
Mrs. F. S. Pratt was one of the first
part- of eight children, three boys and
five girls,- who entered the Royal
school (of Mr. and Mrs. Ccoke) for
chiefs' children established by Kame
hameha III, in 1S40, but afterward
the pupils were increased up to fifteen,
among these number were Queen Lili
uokalani, Queen Emma and others.
Queen Liliuokalani and Mrs. F. S.
Pratt are the only living representa
tives of the elligible number who com
prised those that were destined to bo
rulers of Hawaii nei. (Vide R. C.
Willie's pamphlet, The Friend, 1S41).
Ana u we accept Keliimaikai was
the father of Kaoanaeha instead of Ka
laipaihala, then Prince Albert K. Ku-1
niakea becomes one of the descendants
of the illustrious house of Kecua.
Therefore, the only heirs next of
kin to Kamehameha I line are the
aforesaid persons. Even on Kameha
meha First's mother's side, the Kalo
kuokamaile line come in again the
nearest heirs through Kekuiapoiwa II
by the mother Kekelaokalani, than
those who are claiming through other
issues of Haae with whom Liliuoka
lani are connected.
Yours truly,
R. W. WILCOX.
Honolulu, H. I., April 12, 1898.
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