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  1. These are two different genealogies mixed because some names sound alike.

    • I need to ammend my comment. The genealogies may be mixed up here, but as far as the M.A. is concerned, my ancestor “relinquished” our claim to another kuleana given to his father by Kamehameha I, and was awarded the Kaiholena property instead.

      The ‘Aha Kaukaopua: Kaopua Family Council, has been formed. We welcome any questions regarding this council, our activities, or related genealogies at kunuiakea@gmail.com.

      • how are we related it shows my great gramps keawe alapai jr gramps was tutu naluahine? do you the connection?

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