Kauaua Ohana Reunion

Sponsor: YoRicHOPE

http://www.2010kauauaohanareunion.com/

Every two (2) years the descendants of Kelii-O-Nahuawai Kauaua and Kauaiokalani gather for a family reunion.  Kelii-O-Nahuawai Kauaua

was born in 1786, the son of Nahuawai; and Kauai-o-kalani Kanae was born in 1788.  Kelii and Kauaiokalani had five (5) children named,

Papai, Kamaka, Puupuu, Apuakahei, Moeloa.  The children were born on the island of Maui, in the district of Honua’ula

Papai (1808), married husband Job Piena.  Kamaka (1810), married husband John Kamakee Kuhaulua.  Puupuu (1812), married wife Kalino Kailiponau.  Apuakahei (1813), married husband Kahui-o-keaumiki.  Moeloa, married husband Mataio Kaivi (Aka) Kaiwi.

 

The descendants represent the 5th, 6th and 7th generations of the Kauaua family.  Cecilia Kailaa Hatsumi Naganuma Freeman (1911), born in Lahaina was the Founder of Ohana Kauaua.  Elizabeth-Mae Kapeka Pihana Morton (1922), born in Makena, Maui was the first President and genealogist of Ohana Kauaua.

Date: September, 18th and 19th



Kanaio, Maui – Kauaua Ohana

I’ve read a lot of this book, mostly the genealogy part. There’s a lot of history about Kanaio, Maui and the Kauaua-a-mahi family. There’s lots of maps of Ahupua’a’s and Heiau locations as well. It also contains Royal Patents information with some testimonials as well. All in all a very good reading for those looking for genealogy information in Kanaio. Click on the link below and when you get to the site click on Open/View as a non-UH user.

Click on Kanaio