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To connect na po'e maoli and document info for future descendants beginning on the island of Hawaii.

Location: Kahalu'u, Kona, Hawaii and Wai'anae, O'ahu
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Latest Activity: Nov 2, 2012

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Comment by Kaewaokalani on November 2, 2012 at 11:37am

Aloha Kaua e Florence,  It is nice to hear you had a very nice time. I see that some of those name is Hulikoa Children and also those that married into the Hulikoa line....

Comment by Florence Kalihilihiokeanuenue Kalawa Tabag on July 19, 2010 at 5:00pm
O yeh .. in order to make your search for ohana easier .. plz know your island, ahupua'a, and if possible location of the aina your roots are from. All of the names listed have a connection to the lands in Kona... the names, if not Hawaiian, are of those our ohana married and may have settled on the outer islands but having their Papa or foundation or roots out of Kona.
Happy researching .. keep the connection ... until next time (not long like this time) hui hou ohana
Comment by Florence Kalihilihiokeanuenue Kalawa Tabag on July 19, 2010 at 4:53pm
Aloha, e welina mai nei:
I just got back from Kona, Hawaii after a whirlwind back to back workshop of fabulous ohana at Kahaluu, Kona. Mahalo to all our kumu, our practitioners of all aspects of Hawaiian cultures .. it was and always will be an honor to be a part of Hawaiian Intelligentia.. mahalo.
I will continue from October .. ay .. I neva know I was gone too long .. kala mai ia'u...Aloha Anne and Peni ok. For Anne, you're welcome.. and that is how it all starts, by going through the names hope it will justify your search. For Peni, yes Tutu Naluahine was a well known historian of the Kahaluu and Keauhou areas. His descendants are still in Kona and on Oahu, mainly Waimanalo area. In our recent workshop, one of our featured guest speaker was a Papalii Dr. Failautusi Avegalio. He is of the MALIETOA line of Chiefs out of Samoa. Apparently there is a connection of a / one Moses Kaopua who married Siiva Alisa Malietoa in the late 1800s. Maybe you can help in locating the descendants who are here in Hawaii so we can get together and meet this wonderful person. It was an honor to have met a well spoken, intelligent Professor like Dr. Tusi, as I call him. Speaking of Kaupiko, Aunty Sarah Kaupiko Ruiz also is a well informed kupuna out of Milolii and Waimea. I would love to meet up with her again. Some new additions to the list of these fabulous Kona ohana of ours:
Kupono, Panoke, Kaukaliinea, Naheeholua, Kanehailua, Makua, Kalawa, Kuaana, Berard, Kahananui, Kahele, Wahinekapu, Kuike, Aila, Keoho, McGregor, Inn, Obrey, Kuhaiki, Kane, Kunewa, Kahalewai, Grace, Gaspar, Perkins, Ontai, Naope, Papa, Kaawa, Alapai, Ikaika, Akamu, Limahana, Kapoi, Pahukula, Mahuluae, Aipia, Haleamau, Hao, Olival, Kawewehi, Kaeo, Pi, Haalilio, Kanuha, Ke and Manunu, Paahao, Paauhau, Kuanoni, etc. One of the stories we found was that in the 70's, the lands of what is now Kona Palisades includes the resting place of our kupunas of the Kupono lines. In the process of going to land courts for quiet title, etc. the people involved in the case who eventually won, probably did not know these were the resting place of our kupuna becoause they did not come from Kona or the surrounding areas. I hope they sleep well, and can meet us, the descendants, whose Papa or foundation is of the N. Kona area, yes almost the whole N. Kona are descendants of these aina. Be cautious ohana, our kuleana to malama is here. We take care each other. Aloha au ia oe e na ohana o Kona.. until then ..
Comment by Anne Punohu on July 3, 2010 at 4:50pm
oooh i am going to have a lot of fun going through all of these inoa, to see whats what and who is who!! mahalo for this!!
Comment by Peni Polena K.Fonseca-Aiwohi on June 15, 2010 at 6:25am
Aloha Florence! I am Polena Fonseca-Aiwohi I see some Kupuna of mine in your surnames Naluahine Ka'opua,Wahinekapu Naluahine was my GGranpas Bother he is also related to the Kaupiko 'Ohana also and Aiwohi mahalo anybody can call on this at 808-769-8044 Mahalo
Comment by Florence Kalihilihiokeanuenue Kalawa Tabag on October 14, 2009 at 2:08pm
We started with a ohana group consisting of descendants of the Kahalu'u and Keauhou North Kona area on the island of Hawaii. The following are surnames of these wonderful ohana of ours. We share infos of our ohana with each other and extended members. The documentation of all po'e Hawaii is important. These recordings are for the future descendants we leave behind, their legacy, their stories and all that makes us Hawai'i. We've heard the whispers of our kupuna to tell their stories, that they may live through us and so we "tell their stories" to continue the infinite family chain that happens only with na po'e Hawai'i. Mahalo for your kokua.
The surnames:
Kalawa, Lono, Pai, Kahulamu, Kipapa, Alapai, Kaiawe, Haanio, Kalaiwa'a, Malanui, Kahinu, Kupapaulu, Makuakane, Keliikuli, Kahaialii, Hoolapa, Kialoa, Ahuna, Hulihe'e, Maku'e. Kaloio, Kaulahao, Kainoa, Maliikapu, Ikaika, Kamoku, Nahale, Laioha, Akamu, Kalamakini, Hulupi'i, Tripp, Kua, Mitchell, Kaipo, Chung, Keawe, Ako, Simeona, Kimona, Kuakahela, Kainulama, Spinney, Kanuha, Nahe'eholua, Kepano, Ha'o, Hulikoa, Mahuluae, Haleamau, Kelekolio, Kuahiwinui, Mahi, Pu'ou, Manuhoa, Kahananui, Kaholi, Aipia, Kaninau, Aipia, Lunewa, Kane, Paulo, Kunewa, Makua, Kanehailua, Wahinekapu, Kuike, Ma'a, Lee sui, Kamaka, Kekapa, Kapaona, Nahinu, Kaneapua, Ka'aukai, Awa'a, Peahi, Nahale'a, Noa, Vikoli, Asing, Kahilihiwa, Unea, Kauanoe, Manuela, Kahaleoumi, Naluahine, Kaopua, Kauwale, Brown, Wilson, Macomber, Lanai, Ekau, Lum Ho, Kamaunu, Kuaana, Kama, Kamalo, Achoy, Limahana, Kamahalo, Oro, Kealalio, Kunipo, Kupono, Kanakaole, Kenao, Malulu, Kumaaiku, Makekau, Kalahau, Kapoi, Kahaunaele, McGregor, Haluapo, Keoho, Kekauanoano, Napuupahe'e, Hoopale, Keawehawaii, Pahukula, Na'aho, and Ikaia. (a'ole pau)
 

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