Grandma Ana

 

Royal Lineage

d/o = daughter of
s/o = son of
* = female

  • Luana Diane Kaipolani Tuttle*
  • d/o Elizabeth E.K. Peters* and Eldon C. Tuttle
  • d/o Henry H. Peters and Sarah N. Barrett*
  • s/o Peter M. Kalaikini and Sarah K.M. Anakalea*
  • d/o Paneku A. Davis* and Anakalea
  • d/o George H. Davis and Kahaanapilo Papa*
  • s/o Isaac Davis and Kalakuna*
  • Kahaanapilo Papa*
  • d/o Papa I and Kamalou*
  • s/o Hakau* and Keohuhu
  • d/o Heulu and Moana*
  • s/o Kapaihi a Ahu and Umiula i Kaahumanu*
  • s/o Ahu a I and Kaouiolani*
  • s/o I and Kuwalu*
  • s/o Makuanui a Walu and Kapohelemai*
  • s/o Kumalaenui a Umi and Kapukanuuipunuiawalu*
  • s/o Umi a Liloa and Piikea a Piilani*
  • s/o Liloa and Akahikuleana*
  • s/o Kihanuilulumoku and Waoialea*
  • s/o Kauholanuimahu and Neula*
  • s/o Kahoukapu and Laakapu*
  • s/o Kuaiwa and Kumelelani*
  • s/o Kalaunuiohua and Kaheka*
  • s/o Kahaimoeleaikaikupou and Kapoakauluhailea*
  • s/o Kalapanakuioiomoa and Makeamakaimalanahae*
  • s/o Ilikialamea and Kalamea*
  • s/o Kalahumoku and Laamea*
  • s/o Kanipahu and Hualani*
  • s/o Kaniuhu and Hiliamakani*
  • s/o Kukohou and Hinakeuki*
  • s/o Kaloahale and Hinamailelii*
  • s/o Koa and Hinaaaumai*
  • s/o Pili and Hinaauaku*
  • s/o Laau and Kukamolimolialoha*
  • s/o Lanakawai and Kalohialiokawai*
  • s/o Hanalaanui and Mahuie*
  • s/o Palena and Hikawai*
  • s/o Haho and Kauilaianapu*
  • s/o Paumakua and Manokalililani*
  • s/o Huanuiikalailai and Kapoea*
  • s/o Pau and Kapohaakia*
  • s/o Hua and Hikimolulea*
  • s/o Pohukaina and Huahuakapalei*
  • s/o Kamea and Popomaiili*
  • s/o Luanuu and Kapkuleiula*
  • s/o Laka and Hikawailena*
  • s/o Wahieloa and Hoolaukahili*
  • s/o Kahai and Hinauluohia*
  • s/o Hema and Ulumakehoa*
  • s/o Aikanaka and Hiuahanaiakamalama*
  • s/o Hulumanailani and Hinamaikalani*
  • s/o Heleipawa and Kookookumailani*
  • s/o Kapawa and Kekukuluhiokalani*
  • s/o Nanakaoko and Kahihiokalani*
  • s/o Nanakulei and Kehaukuhonua*
  • s/o Nanamaoa and Hinakapaikua*
  • s/o Mauikalana and Hinakealoha*
  • s/o Akalana and Hinakawea*
  • s/o Wawena and Hinamahuia*
  • s/o Konohiki and Hikaukuleana*
  • s/o Kuheleimoana and Mapuanaiaaala*
  • s/o Waikulani and Kekauilani*
  • s/o Nanaaialani and Hinakinau*
  • s/o Nanaiea and Kahaumokuleia*
  • s/o Ulu and Kapunuu*
  • s/o Kii and Koulu*
  • s/o Luanuu and Kawaamaukele*
  • s/o Lukahakona and Koulamaikalani*
  • s/o Kahiko and Kaea*
  • s/o Manaku and Hikoale*
  • s/o Pupue and Kanahele*
  • s/o Ole and Hai*
  • s/o Kio and Kamole*
  • s/o Wailoa and Kihiwaoopauianea*
  • s/o Kakaihili and Haulani*
  • s/o Hinaualo and Haunuu*
  • s/o Waia and Hulune*
  • s/o Haloa and Hinamanouluae*
  • s/o Wakea and Hoohokukalani*
  • d/o Wakea and Papahanaumoku*
  • Kahikoluamea and Kupulanakehau*

Sources

I’i, John Papa. Fragments of Hawaiian History, Honolulu, HI: Bishop Museum Press, 1959.

Fornander, Abraham. An Account of the Polynesian Race: Its Origin and MIgrations, Ruland, VT: Charles E. Tuttle Co., 1969.

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