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  • Chief Keawemauhili, House of Keawe (1729 - 1790)
    From Wikipedia : Keawemauhili (1710–1790) was an important member of the Hawaiian nobility at the time of the founding of the Kingdom of Hawaii. Biography Family He was a son of Kalaninuiamamao...
  • Thomas Kaanaana Tilton (1876 - 1947)
    This is one of the two uncles, full biological brothers of grandpa Frank Palaika Tilton, II... who guided and nurtured my dad with regard to who daddy was as a Kanaka Maoli, Hawaiian. The other one was...
  • John Kahaiolelo Momoa (1860 - 1922)
    John Momoa was a Taro Farmer in Hana, Maui he married Clara Kaoao. They lived in the village ofKoali, Hana, Maui. They had 11 children.* Updated from Find A Grave Memorial by SmartCopy : Oct 23 2014, 6...
  • John Nauku (1788 - d.)
    I have my private thoughts about this second marriage with this loyal Hawaiian. I am guessing with no real proof that this may have been a classic and ancient Kanaka Maoli marriage for ali'i chiefesss ...

Aloha,

In the Hawaiian language, Ohana means family, and this project has been created to help link together the families of Hawai'i into a bigger tree, and ultimately to the World Family Tree.

The geographic isolation of Hawai'i provides, in essence, a "small town" of a million inhabitants. Everyone is your auntie's cousin's brother-in-law's nephew, or so it seems. This is readily demonstrated by picking any current obituary in a Hawai'i newspaper and Googling the names of the deceased and their survivors to find additional obituaries. Before you know it, three or four other families are linked together, spanning two or three islands in the chain.

  1. If you find your late auntie, uncle or tutu in this project, please join as a collaborator and add more of your family.
  2. If you're building your own tree, please join as a collaborator, add your deceased relatives to the project, and google them to see who else you're linked to through them.

Mahalo!

History: Royal Ohanas