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The Kawananakoa Dynasty

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[1917 - 1953]  H.R.H. Prince Edward David Kalakaua Kawananakoa, Head of the Royal House of Hawaii. b. at Honolulu, Oahu, 10th March 1904, only son of H.R.H. Prince David La'amea Kahalepouli Kawananakoa, by his wife, Abigail Wahi'ika'ahu'ula, eldest daughter of James Campbell, Esq. (see - Hawaii (Kauai), educ. Oahu Coll., Hawaii; Fay Sch., Southboro', Massachusetts; Taft Sch., Watertown, Connecticut, and Belmont Mil. Acad., Belmont, California. Succeeded his father as Heir Apparent 2nd June 1908. Succeeded Queen Liliu-o-kalani as Head of the Royal House of Hawaii, 11th November 1917. Served in WW2 with the US Coast Guard. m. (first) at Honolulu, Oahu, ca. 1929 (div. ca. 1931) Eileen Hutchins, daughter of Rear-Admiral Charles Thomas Hutchins, USN, sometime cdr. of the US Pacific Fleet. m. (second) (div. 1933) Gertrude Leilani  (b. 17th October 1904; m. third, George R. Humphrey, and d. 26th January 1978), former wife of Lindsay Anton Faye, and elder daughter of Walter Henry Scott, by his wife, Mary Eleanor Kaonohilani, daughter of William Hyde Rice. m. (third) 27th October 1949, H.R.H. Princess Cecilia Kuliaikanuuwaialeale, daughter of Robert Kameeiamoku Parker Waipa, by his wife, Madaline Kekuakapuokane, daughter of Abraham Fernandez. He d.s.p. at Honolulu, Oahu, 20th May 1953 (bur. there at Mauna 'Ala, Nu'uanu Valley).
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[1953 - 1961]  H.R.H. Princess Abigail Helen Kapi'olani Kawananakoa, Head of the Royal House of Hawaii. b. at Honolulu, Oahu, 14th March 1903, eldest daughter of H.R.H. Prince David La'amea Kahalepouli Kawananakoa, by his wife, H.R.H. Princess Abigail Wahi'ika'ahu'ula, eldest daughter of James Campbell, Esq. (see - Hawaii (Kauai). Adopted by her maternal grandmother, Mrs Abigail Kuaihelani Maipinepine Kalaikini Campbell Parker, 8th February 1908. Succeeded on the death of her younger brother as Head of the Royal House of Hawaii, 20th May 1953. Regent of the Hale o na Alii o Hawaii (House of Chiefs of Hawaii) 1945-1961, etc. m. (first) 1922 (div.), Andrew Anderson Lambert (b. at Honolulu, Oahu, 25th March 1900; d. at Kailua, Honolulu, Oahu, 15th March 1966). m. (second) The Hon. Harry Montague Norman Gooding Field (d. at Honolulu, Oahu, 23rd May 1964), educ. Punahou Coll., Honolulu, Oahu and Oregan State Univ., Corvallis, Oregan, Presdt. Hawaiian Civic Club 1952-1953, Senator Hawaii State Senate 1963-1964. She d. at Honolulu, Oahu, 8th April 1961, having had issue, one son and two daughters by her first husband:
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[1961 - 1997] H.R.H. Prince Edward Abner Keli'iahonui Kawananakoa II, Head of the Royal House of Hawaii. b. at San Francisco, California, USA, 2nd October 1924, only son of H.R.H. Princess Abigail Helen Kapi'olani Kawananakoa, Head of the Royal House of Hawaii, by her first husband, Andrew Anderson Lambert., educ. Punahou Coll., Honolulu, Oahu; Menlo Junior Sch., and Univ. of Southern California. Cmsnd. 2nd-Lieut. US Army Air Corps 1944, and served in WW2 1944-1945. Succeeded on the death of his mother as Head of the Royal House of Hawaii, 8th April1 1961. Regent of Hale o na Alii o Hawaii (House of Chiefs of Hawaii) 1961-1997, Presdt. Prince Kuhio Civic Club, Vice-Presdt. of the Friends of 'Iolani Palace, etc. m. (first) 1946 (div. 1960), Lila de Clark Whitaker (b. 23rd April 1923). m. (second) 1961, H.R.H. Princess Carolyn Kawananakoa (b. 23rd March 1927; d. in Pennsylvania, December 1991?), née Carolyn Willison Branch . He d. at St Francis's Hospice, Honolulu, Oahu, 29th July 1997 (bur. Oahu Cemetery) having had issue, four sons and one daughter:
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[1997]   H.R.H. Prince Quentin Kuhio Kawananakoa, Head of the Royal House of Hawaii. b. at Monterey, California, 28th September 1961, third son of H.R.H. Prince Edward Abner Keli'iahonui Kawananakoa II, Head of the Royal House of Hawaii, by his second wife, H.R.H. Princess Carolyn Kawananakoa, née Willison, educ. Punahou Sch., Honolulu, Oahu; Univ. of Southern California, and the William S. Richardson Sch. of Law, Univ. of Hawaii (JD 1991). Attorney-at-Law in private practice with Case & Lynch, then with Case, Bigelow & Lombardi until 2000. MHR 26th District of the Hawaii State Legislature 1994-1998. Succeeded on the death of his father as Head of the Royal House of Hawaii, after the renunciation of his elder brothers, 29th July 1997. Regent of Hale o na Alii o Hawaii since 1997, Presdt. Prince Kuhio Hawaiian Civic Club, and Kulia Ka Ohana, Mbr. Hawaii Advisory Cttee., Hawaiian Home Lands Trust, Hawaiian Homes Cmsn., US Civil Rights Cmsn. Advisory Cttee., Friends of 'Iolani Palace, Dvpt. Cncl. of Moanalua Gardens Foundation, Ahahui O Kapi'olani, Brd. of Hawaii Public Television Foundation (HPTF), Native Hawaiian Bar Ssoc., etc. m. September 1995, H.R.H. Princess Elizabeth Kawananakoa, née Elizabeth Broun (b. in Barbados). He has issue, two sons:
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