A Priestly Line Through The Ages – Diane Hoapili Website

Genealogy Website by Diane Hoapili

There are no secrets, only disclosures. The secret is out with the publication of Hawaiian Genealogies Vol. 2. The fourth and last printing done in 1985. The disclosure is here.

Edith Kawelohea McKinzie assisted by Ishmael W. Stagner, II have done exceptional work making it possible for others to reconnect with their ancestors, as I have. Here lies within this genealogy a priestly line, your ancestors, through the ages. Priest’s were a highly respected class of kanaka maoli, unique in their abilities and knowledge. If you ever wondered, this is why. Perhaps, you are of a priestly line, wonder more, and doubt no more. Be all that you can be and respectfully honor your lineage for it. You are not the first nor will you be the last, because the spirit has no beginning or end. It exists forever.

Be not afraid to set the records straight when you see it. Mistakes are made constantly, and can easily be corrected. Wrongs, however, are not easily corrected.

The priestly nation is a nation that can heal itself. May you reconnect with your ancestors and experience this healing for yourself.

“Genes being natures law by its own legitimacy cannot be unlawful.” (Kamehameha’s Children Today by Charles Ahlo, pg. 55)

A Priestly Line Through The Ages:
Surname List

Acacio, Aea, Aina, Aio, Akiona, Akubo, Alapainui, Albreschtson, Amasiu, Anderson, Anles, Arai, Arevelo, Baba, Barbara, Barrett, Beirne, Betty, Bolosan, Brack, Bradley, Burgo, Cabrera, Campbell, Clarito, Dela Cruz, Domingo, Eli, Empron, Engbino, Faagai, Faeling, Fatu, Fernandes, Fernandez, Fetu, Filoteo, Foster, Gardner, Garigan, Garza, Gilliland, Gonsalves, Gussman, Haae, Haili, Handy, Harvey, Heng, Hernandes, Hikakaiula, Hinaapoapo, Ho, Holokai, Ibara, Ikeole, Ipuwaiaholani, Iwikauikaua, Jenkins, Jo, Joaquin, Justice, Kaaihue, Kahakuohua, Kahalepoule, Kahele, Kahikina, Kahili, Kaiewe, Kaihikapuakuhihewa, Kaikekino, Kailua, Kainoapuka, Kakae, Kalanikauleleiaiwi, Kali, Kaluahinenui, Kamaka, Kamakee, Kamaluohua, Kamehani, Kamemeuili, Kamohoula, Kane, Kanei, Kaneikaiwilani, Kaole, Kapu, Kapukamola, Kaua, Kauakahikuaanaauakama, Kauauaamahi, Kauauaiki, Kauauanuiamahi, Kauauiki, Kauaunuiamahi, Kauhane, Kaulaheanuiokamoku, Kaumana, Kawaehae, Keakamahana, Keakealanikane, Keakealaniwahine, Keakui, Keawe, Keawekalanui, Keliiokalani, Kenigton, Kilauano, Kim, King, Koitu, Kuanea, Kuhimana, La Rosa, Lancaster, Laronal, Leao, Lee, Loe, Luakoa, Lui, Luiz, Magalianes, Mahikoa, Mahoe, Makakaualii, Makaualii, Mala, Malie, Marshall, McKonkey, Meadow, Mikinolia, Miliama, Mioe, Moa, Moikeha, Mokiau, Moku, Moleta, Morris, Nailiula, Nainoaelua, Naniho, Nawahineokaumakea, Nawelu, Nobriga, Oamilda, Oneha, Opu, Paanui, Paao, Paaoao, Pahia, Paina, Pale, Pasigan, Pasigano, Paulo, Pelapela, Pepee, Peralta, Pooacha, Porter, Prestidge, Psalm, Pueana, Ravencraft, Remigio, Rentfro, Reyes, Rhoda, Ripperdan, Roberts, Rodriques, Rose, Sabala, Santiago, Scott, Serrano, Shea, Shook, Silva, Simeona, Sonoda, Soren, Souza, Stanford, Sullivan, Sun, Sunada, Takashita, Thompson, Toelenamaki, Traci, Ueda, Uuku, Vanessa, Vea, Viela, Vines, Waikiki, Walker, Waohaakuna, Wong, Yasayte

4 Responses

  1. aloha,

    i come from a priestly ohana of kanaka maolis of alii-s of kings, queens, chief and chiefesses.
    none of my ohanas names was listed on your list of names.
    i have documents of coming from a priestlyhood being raised on the village of moku’ula, kingdom of maui nui.
    my priestly ohana is from maui nui and i don’t recogize any of these names of our kingdom of maui nui.
    however, there is names that is here now on maui nui, but not ones that i have known as a child, being raised also at kaahumanu church, makena church, kihei church, paia chruch and raised with the kupuna kahiko’s of waiola church.

  2. Love you Dr. Ishmael Stagner II

  3. Descendants of the Moana family should be included. This would include the Kuluwaimaka and Kahumoku Kalua families. I see that you have included the Mahikoa who are descendants of this line. Moana-a-Kauhi was a high priestess. The Moana family lived at Kaawaloa in Kona. Many, if not all, of the last ruling Ali’i descended from her.

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