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1782 - 1819 H.M. Kalani-Paiea-Wohi-o-Kaleikini-KeAlii-Kui-Kamehameha-o-Iolani-i-Kaiwikapu-Kau-i-Kaliholiho-Kunuiakea Kamehameha I the Great, King of the Hawaiian Islands. b. at Kohala, Hawaii Island, November 1737, son of Alii Keoua Kalani-kupu'uapai-kalani-nui Ahilapalapa, by his first wife, Alii Kekuiapoiwa II, daughter of Alii Ha'ae-a-Mahi, educ. privately. Succeeded on the death of his brother as Alii of Kohala and Kona, July 1782. Seized Kau and Hilo, 1790. Defeated Maui at the battle of Nu'uanu, uniting Maui, Molokai, Lanai and Oahu under his sway, 1791. United all the islands of the archipelago and was proclaimed King of the Hawaiian Islands, 1810. m. (first) Alii Kalola-a-Kumuko'a (m. second, Alii Kekuamanoha, of Maui. m. third, Ka'aikumoku, and d.s.p.), daughter of Alii Kumuhea [Kumukoa], by his first wife, Kaulahoa. m. (second) 1775, H.M. Queen Elizabeth Ka'ahumanu, Kuhina-Nui (b. in a cave, at Kauiki, Hana, Maui, 17th March 1768 (trad.); m. second 9th October 1821, H.M. George KaumuAlii, King of Kauai and Niihau, m. third, 1825 (div.) H.H. Prince Keali'iahanoui, of Kauai, and d.s.p. at her residence in the Manoa Valley, Oahu, 5th June 1832, bur. Royal Mausoleum, Kawananakoa, Nu'uanu Valley), Kuhina-Nui from 6th June 1825, daughter of The Hon. Alii Ke'eaumoku Papaiahiahi, Governor of Maui, by his wife, Alii Namahana'i Kalele-o-kalani, younger daughter of Kekaulike, 22nd Mo'i of Maui. She served as Regent for her husband's eldest surviving son, 1819. m. (third) ca. 1782 (div.), his half sister, H.M. Queen Kekuiapoiwa Liliha (b. ca. 1746; m. third, Pueo, and d. at Kau, 1815, bur. at Kealakekua), widow of Kiwalao, 7th Alii of Kohala, 5th Alii of Kona and 3rd Alii of Kau, and third daughter of Alii Keoua Kalani-kupu'uapai-kalani-nui Ahilapalapa, by his third wife, Alii Kalola Pupuka-o-Honokawailani, daughter of Kekaulike Kalani-nui-Kui-Hono-i-Kamoku, 23rd Mo'i of Maui. m. (fourth) ca. 1791 (div. before 1818), H.M. Queen Keopuolani-Ahu-i-Kekai-Makuahine-a-Kama-Kalani-Kau-i-Kealaneo (b. at Wailuku, Maui, 1778; m. second, before 1818, Alii 'Ulu-maheihei Hoapili-kane, Alii of Lahaina, Governor of Maui, and d. at Lahaina, Maui, 16th September 1823), the principal Queen, only daughter of Kiwalao, 7th Alii of Kohala, 5th Alii of Kona and 3rd Alii of Kau, by his wife and half sister, H.M. Queen Kekuiapoiwa Liliha, third daughter of Alii Keoua Kalani-kupu'uapai-kalani-nui Ahilapalapa. She had issue, eleven children. m. (fifth) (div. before 1818) H.M. Queen Lydia Namahana Pi'ia (m. second, before 1818, Gideon Peleioholani La'anui - see above), youngest daughter of The Hon. Alii Ke'eaumoku II Papaiahiahi, Counsellor of State to H.M. Kamehameha the Great, by his wife, Alii Namahana'i Kalele-o-kalani, younger daughter of Kekaulike Kalani-nui-Kui-Hono-i-Kamoku, 23rd Mo'i of Maui. m. (sixth) H.M. Queen Ka-hei-hei-malie Kalakaua [Hoapili-wahine] (m. third, at Honolulu, Oahu, 19th October 1823, Alii 'Ulu-maheihei Hoapili-kane, Alii of Lahaina, Governor of Maui, and d. on Maui, 16th January 1842, bur. Waini Royal Cemetary, Lahaina), Governess of Maui 1840-1842, former wife of his half brother Alii Kala'imamahu, Chief Priest of Io and Kane, and daughter of The Hon. Alii Ke'eaumoku II Papaiahiahi, sometime Governor of Maui, by his wife, Alii Namahana'i Kalele-o-kalani, younger daughter of Kekaulike Kalani-nui-Kui-Hono-i-Kamoku, 23rd Mo'i of Maui. m. (seventh) H.R.H. Princess Kahakuha'akoi Wahine-pio (m. second, her step-son, H.R.H. Prince Kahoanuku Kinau - see below), daughter of Alii Kekuamanoha, of Maui by his wife, Alii Kamakahukilani. m. (eighth) at Kamakahonu, Kailua, Kona, Hawaii Island, 1817, H.R.H. Princess Miriam Auhea-Kalani-Kui-Kawekiu-o-Kekauluohi-Keali'iuhiwaihanau-o-Kalani-Makahonua-Ahilapalapa-Kai-wikapu-o-Kaleilei-a-Kalakaua (b. 27th July 1794; d. from influenza, at "Pohukaina", Honolulu, Oahu, 7th June 1845, and bur. at sea, off Waikiki), Kuhina-Nui as Ka'ahumanu III from 5th April 1839, only daughter of his uncle, Alii Kala'imamahu, sometime Chief Priest of Io and Kane, by his first wife Queen Ka-hei-hei-malie Kalakaua, Governess of Maui, daughter of The Hon. Alii Ke'eaumoku Papaiahiahi, Counsellor of State. m. (ninth) (div.) Manono II (m. second, H.R.H. Prince Ka'owa Kekua-o-Kalani, sometime Keeper of the war god Kukailimoku, and d. at her husband's side at Kuamo'o, Hawaii, December 1819), daughter of Alii Kekuamanoha. m. (tenth) his aunt, H.M. Queen Peleuli-i-Kekela- o-kalani (m. second, 1820, his half-brother, Alii Kawelo-o-kalani), elder daughter of Alii Kamanawa I, by his wife, Alii Kekela-o-kalani, daughter of Alii Kauakahiakua-o-Lono, of Maui. m. (eleventh) Alii Kekikipa'a (m. second, Keawe-mauhili, Alii of Hilo), younger daughter of The Hon. Alii Kame'eiamoku, Counsellor of State to King Kamehameha I the Great. He d. at Kamakahonu, Kailua, Kona, Hawaii Island, 8th May1819, having had issue, seven sons and seven daughters (eight of whom predeceased him):
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