Genealogy

kumulipo

In the Hawaiian religion, the Kumulipo is a chant in the Hawaiian language, first recorded by Westerners in the 18th century, and telling a creation story. It also includes a genealogy of the members of Hawaiian royalty and was created in honor of Kalaninuiamamao and passed down orally to his daughter Alapaiwahine.


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Keawepoepoe ⚭ Kanoena  

Kame'eiamoku ⚭ Kamakaʻeheikuli 

Kepo'okalani ⚭ Alapaiwahine   

Kamanawa II ⚭ Kamokuiki  

Caesar Kapaʻakea ⚭ Analea Keohokālole  

King David Kalākaua ⚭ Mary Keli’iholani I 

i. Son: Emmanuel (Prophesied King) 

ii. Daughter: Maria Keli’iholani II (Fled in 1880) 

Maria Keli’iholani II ⚭ Silas Dunbar

Marion Keli’iholani III ⚭ Frederick Grindle 

Virginia Grindle ⚭ Preston Noel Sr 

Preston Noel Jr ⚭ Elaine Marie Gill

Lisa Marie Noel ⚭ David George Smith 

i. Keanu Iolani (FKA: Christopher)