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Re: Found Kaauamo/Hoopai/Makahilahila/Malaikini/Kalani/Naniho CONNECTION!
Posted by: Kalani Mondoy (ID *****2993) Date: January 28, 2013 at 07:39:21
In Reply to: Found Kaauamo/Hoopai/Makahilahila/Malaikini/Kalani/Naniho CONNECTION! by d. cruz of 3667


Funny I found this now, not sure how I missed it before, but as always, these are revealed in time, or some things previously overlooked is now seen from a different perspective. And last night I mentioned it to someone of how Kaauamo is tied in to Naniho, etc. and to my Kaauamo ancestress.

I wanted to verify first. I know in the Kaauamo genealogy, they show Hoopii Naniho and Kekahauli had the following children:

Kaakole (w)
Hoopii (w)
Kunane (w)

Is the Hoopii Naniho that you mentioned a wahine? The one that married Kahaleohuinii Halekaha who had Hoopii Naniho Malaikini.

I have a copy of an application of delayed Hawn. birth for Jonah KAEA, given to me by Wayne KAAUAMO. He gave me a copy b/c my great-grandmother's sister Hannah JACKSON is a witness in it. In it, she says that Jonah's father Hoopii KAEA and her are cousins. And I know Hannah mentioned elsewhere (my cousins told me this I think) that Hannah did verify that we are related to the Kaauamos. Both my great-grandmother Emma and Hannah were daughters of a wahine named Kaauamo, of Huelo, daughter of Keawemauhili & Kamaikau. Keawemauhili's mother was also named Keawemauhili, of Hana.

So, Hannah testifies for Jonah saying that she and his father Hoopii KAEA are cousins. And also testifying for Jonah is Malaikini Hoopii Naniho, born in Halehaku. I assume this is the same Hoopii Naniho MALAIKINI (?) that you mentioned, son of Hopii Naniho & Kahaleohuinii Halekaha, right?

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