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1819 - 1824 H.M. Kalani-Kaleiaimoku-o-Kaiwikapu-o-Laamea-i-Kauikawekiu-Ahilapalapa-Kealiikauinamoku-o-Kahekili-Kalani-nui-i-Mamao-Iolani-i-Ka-Liholiho Kamehameha II, By the grace of God, King of the Hawaiian Islands. b. at Hilo, 1797, third son of 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, by his fourth wife, H.M. Queen Keopuolani-Ahu-i-Kekai-Makuahine-a-Kama-Kalani-Kau-i-Kealaneo. Succeeded on the death of his father, 8th May1819. Invested at Kamakahonu, Kailua, Kona, a week or so later. m. (first) in Hawaii, after 1819 (repud. 1824), 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; m. seven husbands including her uncle, King Kamehameha the Great, and H.H. Prince Charles Kana'ina, PC, KGC, and 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, former wife of his father, H.M. King Kamehameha the Great, and only daughter of his uncle, Alii Kala'imamahu, Chief Priest of Io and Kane, by his first wife, H.M. Queen Ka-hei-hei-malie Kalakaua, Governess of Maui, second daughter of The Hon. Alii Ke'eaumoku II Papaiahiahi, Counsellor of State to King Kamehameha the Great. m. (second) in Hawaii, (repud. 1824) H.R.H. Princess Kalani-Pauahi (b. 1804; m. second, 1824 (div. 1825), H.R.H. Prince Kahalai'a Luanu'u. m. third, 28th November 1825, H.H. Prince Mataio Kekuanao'a, Kuhina-Nui, PC, KGCK, and d. at Honolulu, Oahu, 17th June 1826), eldest daughter of Alii Pauli Ka'oleioku, by his second wife, Alii Luahine Kahailiopua, daughter of Alii Hao Kanaina. m. (third) in Hawaii (repud. 1824), H.R.H. Princess Anna Keahikuni-i-Kekauonohi (b. at Lahaina, 1805; m. second, 1832, H.H. Prince Abner Keali'iahonui, of Kauai. m. third, 1850, Levi Ha'alelea, and d. at Honolulu, Oahu, 2nd June 1851), only daughter of daughter of H.R.H. Prince Kahoanuku Kinau, by his wife, H.R.H. Princess Kahakuha'akoi Wahini-pio, daughter of Alii Kekuamanoha, of Maui. m. (fourth) (repud.) his half sister, H.R.H. Princess Kalani-Ahumanu-i-Kaliko-o-Iwi- Kauhipua-o-Kinau, Kuhina-Nui as Ka'ahumanu (b. at Waikiki, Oahu, ca. 1805; m. second, 19th September 1827, H.H. Mataio Kekuanao'a, Kuhina-Nui, PC, KGCK, by whom she had issue, four sons and one daughter - see above. She d. at Honolulu, Oahu, 4th April 1839, bur. there in the Kamehameha Crypt, Royal Mausoleum, Mauna 'Ala, Nu'uanu Valley), Kuhina-Nui 5th July 1832 to 17th March 1833, daughter of H.M. King Kamehameha the Great, by his sixth wife, H.M. Queen Ka-hei-hei-malie Kalakaua [Hoapili-wahine], daughter of The Hon. Alii Ke'eaumoku II Papaiahiahi. m. (fifth), his other half sister, H.M. Queen Victoria Kalani-Kuaana-o-Kamehamalu-Kekuaiwa-o- kalani-Kealii-Hoopili-a-Walu (b. at Kawaihae, Hawaii, ca. 1802; d.s.p. at The Caledonian Hotel, Adelphi, London, 8th July 1824, bur. Hulihee, Kailua, Kona, Hawaii Island, reburied in the Kamehameha Crypt, Royal Mausoleum, Mauna 'Ala, Nu'uanu Valley, Oahu), younger daughter of H.M. King Kamehameha the Great, by his sixth wife, H.M. Queen Ka-hei-hei-malie Kalakaua [Hoapili-wahine], daughter of The Hon. Alii Ke'eaumoku II Papaiahiahi. m. (sixth) at Waialua, Maui, 24th July 1821, Ke-kai Ha'a-ku-lou, former wife of H.M. George Kaumu-alii, King of Kauai and Niihau. He d.s.p. at The Caledonian Hotel, Adelphi, London, 14h July 1824 (bur. Hulihee, Kailua, Kona, Hawaii Island, reburied in the Kamehameha Crypt, Royal Mausoleum, Mauna 'Ala, Nu'uanu Valley, Oahu).
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1824 - 1854 H.M. Kalani Kauikeaouli Kamehameha III, By the grace of God King of the Hawaiian Islands. b. at Kailua, Kona, Hawaii Island, 11th August 1813, fourth son of 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, by his fourth wife, H.M. Queen Keopuolani-Ahu-i-Kekai-Makuahine-a-Kama-Kalani-Kau-i-Kealaneo, educ. privately. Succeeded on the death of his elder brother, 14th July 1824. Proclaimed at Honolulu, Oahu, 6th June 1825 and reigned under the Regency of Queen Elizabeth Ka'ahumanu until he came of age and was Crowned at Honolulu, Oahu, 17th March 1833. Removed his capital from Lahaina to Honolulu, Oahu. Granted a Declaration of Rights to his people in 1839 and a full Constitution in 1840. Founder and Sovereign Grand Master of the Order of the Crown and Cross in July 1848. Presdt Hawaiian Historical Soc 1841-1854. m. (first) 1834 (repud. 1835) his sister, H.R.H. Princess Harriet Nahaena'ena (b. at Honolulu, Oahu, 17th March 1814; m. third, 25th November 1835, The Hon. Alii William Pitt Leleiohoku, and d. at Pelekane, Maui, 30th December 1836, bur. Lahaina), former wife of H.R.H. Prince Kahalai'a Luanu'u, and eldest daughter of H.M. King Kamehameha the Great, by his wife H.M. Queen Keopuolani-Ahu-i-Kekai-Makuahine-a-Kama-Kalani-Kau-i-Kealaneo, only daughter of Kiwalao, 7th Alii of Kohala, 5th Alii of Kona and 3rd Alii of Kau. m. (second), at Honolulu, Oahu, 14th February 1837, H.M. Queen Kalama Hakaleleponi-i-Kapakuhaili (b. at Kuelehuluhulu, near Kailua, 1817; d. at Honolulu, Oahu, 20th September 1870, bur. there in the Kamehameha Crypt, Royal Mausoleum, Mauna 'Ala, Nu'uanu Valley), daughter of Captain Naihe-Kukui Kapihe, RHN, by his wife, I-Kape'ekukai Moana-wahine, daughter of Nohomuaolani Palila. He d. at Honolulu, Oahu, 15th December 1854 (bur. there in the Kamehameha Crypt, Royal Mausoleum, Mauna 'Ala, Nu'uanu Valley), having had issue, two sons:
King Kamehameha III had further issue, natural twin sons, by Alii Jane Lahilahi, Mrs Joshua Kaeo, youngest daughter of The Hon. Alii John Young Olohana, sometime Governor of Hawaii Island, by his wife, Alii Melie Ka'o'ana'eha, daughter of Alii Kaleipaihala:
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1854 - 1863 H.M. Kamehameha IV, By the grace of God, King of the Hawaiian Islands. b. at Honolulu, Oahu, 9th February 1834, as Alexander Liholiho Keawenui Iolani, youngest son of H.R.H. Princess Kalani-Ahumanu-i-Kaliko-o-Iwi-Kauhipua-o-Kina'u Ka'ahumanu II, Kuhina-Nui, by her third husband, H.H. Prince Mataio Kekuanao'a, Kuhina-Nui, PC, KGCK, educ. Royal Sch., Honolulu. Adopted by King Kamehameha III and Queen Kalama after the death of his mother in 1839. Raised to the title of Prince and granted the style of His Royal Highness. PC 1851-1854. Appointed as Heir-Apparent, 7th April 1853. Proclaimed on the death of his maternal uncle and adopted father, with the reign name of Kamehameha IV, 15th December 1854. Crowned at Kawaiahao Church, Honolulu, Oahu, 11th January 1855. Sovereign Grand Master of the Order of the Crown and Cross. He travelled widely, including extensive visits to France, England and the United States. m. at Kawaiaho Church, Honolulu, Oahu, 19th June 1856, H.M. Queen Emma Kalanikaumakeamano Kaleleonalani (b. at Honolulu, Oahu, 2nd January 1836; d. at Honolulu, Oahu, 25th April 1885, bur. there in the Kamehameha Crypt, Royal Mausoleum, Mauna 'Ala, Nu'uanu Valley), educ. Chiefs' Children's Sch., Honolulu, rcvd: GC of the Order of Kamehameha I (4.2.1879), only daughter of H.E. The Hon. Alii George Naea, by his wife, Alii Fanny Kekela-o-kalani, second daughter of The Hon. Alii John Young Olohana, Governor of Hawaii Island, and adopted daughter of The Hon. Dr Thomas Charles Byde Rooke. He d. at Honolulu, Oahu, 30th November 1863 (bur. there in the Pohukaina Tomb, Iolani, reburied in the Kamehameha Crypt, Royal Mausoleum, Mauna 'Ala, Nu'uanu Valley), having had issue, an only son:
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