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The Kamehameha Dynasty

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1754 - 1782 Kalaniopu'u-a-Kaiamamao, 6th Alii of Kohala, 4th Alii of Kona and 2nd Alii of Kau. b. ca. 1729, elder son of Alii Kai'inamao Kalani-nui-i-a-mamao, by his first wife, Alii Kamakaimoku, daughter of Kua Nu'uanu. Succeeded on the death of his grandfather, 1754. m. (first) ca. 1753, Alii Kalola Pupuka-o-Honokawailani (b. ca. 1735; m. fourth, Kaopuiki, and d. ca. 1790), widow of Alii Keoua Kalani-kupu'uapai-kalani-nui Ahilapalapa, former wife of Kamehameha-nui Ai'luau, 24th Mo'i of Maui, and eldest daughter of Kekaulike Kui-Hono-i-Kamoku, 23rd Mo'i of Maui, by his first wife and half sister, Alii Kekuaipoiwa-nui Kalani-kauhihiwakama Wanakapu, eldest daughter of Kaulahea II, 22nd Mo'i of Maui. m. (second) Alii To Kekupuohe (b. before 1746; d.s.p. at Kailua, Kona, Hawaii Island, February 1836, bur. Kealakekua), who became a Christian in 1828 and learned to read. m. (third) Kamakolu-nui-o-kalani, daughter of Kalani-kamahao, by his wife, Wao. m. (fourth) Alii Kalani-Wahine-uli, eldest daughter of Alii Heulu, by his second wife, Kahiki-o-kalani. m. (fifth) Mulehu (m. second, Kalani-wahikapa'a, and had further issue), of a Kau chiefly family. m. (sixth)  Kanekapolei (who also had issue by King Kamehameha the Great - see below), daughter of Kauakahiahi, by his wife, 'Umiaemoku, youngest daughter of Alii Mahi-o-lole. m. (seventh) Hakau (m. second, Keohuhu. m. third Alii Kanaina, having further issue), daughter of Alii Heulu, by his third wife, Moana, daughter of Kauhi-a-Haki. m. (eighth) Alii Ahia Kalani-kumaikiekia (m. third, Alii Kalehunapaika of Oahu, by whom she had further issue), former wife of Alii Kai'inamao Kalani-nui-i-a-mamao, 1st Alii of Kau. m. (ninth) Kaiahua. He d. at Waioahukini, Kau, April 1782, having had issue, four sons and three daughters:
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1782   Kiwalao, 7th Alii of Kohala, 5th Alii of Kona and 3rd Alii of Kau. b. ca. 1760, eldest son of Kalaniopu'u- a-Kaiamamao, 6th Alii of Kohala, 4th Alii of Kona and 2nd Alii of Kau, by his first wife, Alii Kalola Pupuka- o-Honokawailani, educ. privately. Proclaimed as Heir-apparent, 1780. Succeeded on the death of his father, April 1782. m. (first) ca. 1775, H.M. Queen Keku'iapoiwa Liliha (b. ca. 1746, m. second, ca. 1782 (div.), H.M. Kamehameha the Great. m. third, Pueo, and d. at Kau, 1815, bur. at Kealakekua), third daughter of Alii Keoua Kalani-kupu'uapai-kalani-nui Ahilapalapa, by his third wife, Queen Kalola, daughter of Kekaulike, 22nd Mo'i of Maui. m. (second) … He was k. in battle at Mokuohai by Ke'eaumoku, July, 1782, having had issue, an only surviving daughter:
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