Hawaiian Royalty

  Prince David Kawānanakoa

The nephew of Queen Kapi`olani and designated co-heir to the throne succeeding Princess Ka`iulani, he later wed Princess Abigail Campbell Kawānanakoa (1882-1945), daughter of a Hawaiian mother and Scotch-Irish father, James Campbell.


  Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalani`ana`ole
Lived 1871-1922

The adopted son of Kapi`olani and a favorite nephew of Liliuokalani, he was Hawaii's delegate to Congress for 20 years.


  Crown Princess Ka`iulani
Victoria Ka`iulani
Lived 1875-1899

Heir to the throne of the Kingdom of Hawai`i, Ka`iulani became known throughout the world for her intelligence, beauty and determination. During the overthrow of the Hawaiian monarchy in 1893, she spearheaded a campaign to restore the monarchy by speaking before the United States Congress and pleading with U.S. Presidents Benjamin Harrison and later Grover Cleveland.

Ka`iulani 1897 New York Times Article








  Princess Owana Ka`ohelelani Salazar
Lived 1860-1944

Her status as claimant to the House of Kamehameha was derived through her maternal great-great grandmother, Theresa Owana La`anui, who was great-great-great granddaughter of Keoua Kalanikupuapaikalaninui, the father of King Kamehameha the Great.

Another Royal Scion Presses Claim
Battle Royal


  Prince Edward A. Keli`iahonui Kawānanakoa
Lived 1924-1997

Heir of his great-grandfather Kaumuali`i, the ruling King of Kaua`i, he was named after his great-uncle Kealiiahonui,the last prince of Kauai. His mother the Princess Victoria Kinoiki Kekaulike was the sister of Queen Kapi`olani. His father was Ali'i nui David Kahalepouli Pi`ikoi, first cousin of King Kalakaua.


  His Highness, Prince Quentin Kuhio Kawānanakoa

Heir Presumptive to the Royal Hawaiian Throne (1998), Hereditary Ali`i Nui of Kaua`i and Ni`ihau, Hereditary Head of the House of Kawānanakoa and Prince-Regent of the Hale of Na Ali`i o Hawai`i (House of Chiefs of Hawai`i).





  Prince Andrew Pi`ikoi Kawānanakoa and Mrs. (Princess) Tanya Kawānanakoa (née Adlawan)





  Princess Tanya Kawānanakoa







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