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Old 04-15-2018, 04:28 PM
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Yes, this child was put up for adoption. Long story. Last known to be living in Texas.
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Old 04-17-2018, 01:19 PM
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Are you able to give a little more information about the child who was given up for adoption (are we talking about a child of Regina?). Thanks
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Old 04-18-2018, 03:14 PM
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Just an outline/third hand story. Matched what you posted though.
Male child born to young Regina 1966ish? unhappily/unwillingly? given up for adoption later searched for and found living in Texas.
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Old 04-19-2018, 06:31 AM
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Thanks for explaining. It is good they were eventually reunited. I wonder if the rest of Regina’s family acknowledge the chap as a member of the family.
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Old 05-18-2018, 08:28 AM
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Enriching Hawaiian Royal Heritage

My Great Grandmother, Rose Campbell Bourke, was a Royal Court Dancer for the Palace as a young girl. I am a milliner and accessories designer for Royal and formal occasions. I am very interested in Hawaiian Royal Geneology and keeping of records for this forgotten segment of history. Unlike European Royal Records, Hawaiian historical documentation has not been easy to obtain. My best answer from Iolani Palace staff was that the Hawaiians did not rely on a record-based written history but held an 'oral, storytelling tradition'. I can infer that either records were destroyed intentionally, or that there was little effort in obtaining a basic cultural template of this unique time and place due to an emphasis on European acquisition of land and people. I am not interested any more in apologies or additional stories of the final days of the Hawaiian Royal Monarchy. I am much more interested in anyone who knows what the day to day traditions and cultural exchanges of Aloha were inside the Palace. It is important to stay elevated in heart and mind. This keeps us all truly Regal in every sense of the word. Please join in the conversation and exploration of this topic! Leilani Anderson
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Old 08-03-2018, 08:54 PM
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Prince Edward David Kawananakoa died 20 May 1953 of a heart attack, but some genealogical sources state that his third wife, Cecilia Kuliaikanuuowaialeale Parker-Waipa, died on 20 May 1953. I can find nothing to support the suggestion that she died on the same day as her husband and was wondering if anyone on this site might know the actual date of death of the Prince's third wife? Thanks.
No she died on February 23, 1981. Here are links to her obituaries from 1981. She remarried to Walter A. Schoening.

https://www.newspapers.com/clip/2247..._starbulletin/
https://www.newspapers.com/clip/2247...lu_advertiser/
https://www.newspapers.com/clip/2247..._starbulletin/
https://www.newspapers.com/clip/2247..._starbulletin/
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Old 08-03-2018, 08:57 PM
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Cecelia Kuliaikanuʻuwaiʻaleʻale Parker-Waipa, the third wife of Prince David Kalākaua Kawānanakoa
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Old 08-12-2018, 04:09 AM
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On 31 July took part the inauguration of the statue of King Kamehameha III of Hawaii in Honolulu on the occasion of the 175th anniversary of Monarchy restoration by the Kingdom of Great Britain on July 31, 1843.
Princess Owana, Head of the Royal House of Hawaii, was present with her brothers Princes Laanui and Kalani.

King Kamehameha III Statue Unveiled on Hawaiian Sovereignty Restoration Day - Honolulu Magazine - July 2018 - Hawaii


At this event was present also Princess Marie of Liechtenstein with her daughter Princess Marguerite

Marie de France et Marguerite de Liechtenstein à Honolulu - Noblesse & Royautés
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Old 08-12-2018, 07:08 AM
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Kavebear...thanks for the picture but it is so big that it has blown the page and now all the type is so small I need a magnifier to read and the picture is huge.. Maybe you can resize the picture or a mod can? All the other forums are normal size print. Thanks.
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Thank you for the correct date of death and the picture - much appreciated.
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Old 09-12-2018, 01:43 AM
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Last Princess of Hawai loses the control of her fortune

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...n-fortune.html
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On 31 July took part the inauguration of the statue of King Kamehameha III of Hawaii in Honolulu on the occasion of the 175th anniversary of Monarchy restoration by the Kingdom of Great Britain on July 31, 1843.
Princess Owana, Head of the Royal House of Hawaii, was present with her brothers Princes Laanui and Kalani.

King Kamehameha III Statue Unveiled on Hawaiian Sovereignty Restoration Day - Honolulu Magazine - July 2018 - Hawaii


At this event was present also Princess Marie of Liechtenstein with her daughter Princess Marguerite

Marie de France et Marguerite de Liechtenstein à Honolulu - Noblesse & Royautés
Owana Salazar isnt the head. HRH Prince Quentin Kawanankoa is. He put in a full claim 4 years ago and is the recognized heir and pretender to the throne. She is delusional.
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Old 11-12-2018, 02:01 PM
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David Kawananakoa's 2nd marriage

I understand that David Kawananakoa has remarried. His first wife died in 2015 and I have recently seen pictures of him with a lady named Maria. There is a very nice picture of the couple on her real estate webpage where she uses the name of Maria Kawananakoa. Does anyone know when they married and any details about Maria (she may be Maria Grazia Torcia)?
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Old 01-19-2019, 11:19 AM
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People gathered at Iolani Palace on Thursday to commemorate 126 years since the overthrow of the Kingdom of Hawaii.

Hundreds mark 126 years since overthrow of Hawaiian kingdom
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Old 01-19-2019, 10:34 PM
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I understand that David Kawananakoa has remarried. His first wife died in 2015 and I have recently seen pictures of him with a lady named Maria. There is a very nice picture of the couple on her real estate webpage where she uses the name of Maria Kawananakoa. Does anyone know when they married and any details about Maria (she may be Maria Grazia Torcia)?
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As far as we know, Elizabeth is still alive. Of course there has been the fact that he has not been seen in public for a few years. Most of us know that Quentin went on a temporary hiatus due to the fact that he and Elizabeth were having marriage troubles but no one has said that Elizabeth had died. As far as we know, she has been going between the islands and her home. The boys are still on Oahu but also go to visit their mom and Quentin is still MIA. His sister Regina died in 2015 but not Elizabeth. As for Maria, who knows....
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Old 01-20-2019, 05:28 AM
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David Kawananakoa's 2nd marriage

Thanks for your comments but I am not sure why you thought there was any discussion about Elizabeth Kawananakoa and her "death". I was talking about David Kawananakoa, the older half-brother of Quentin. David's wife died in 2015 and he has subsequently remarried.
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Thanks for your comments but I am not sure why you thought there was any discussion about Elizabeth Kawananakoa and her "death". I was talking about David Kawananakoa, the older half-brother of Quentin. David's wife died in 2015 and he has subsequently remarried.
Sorry, I read it wrong
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Owana Salazar isnt the head. HRH Prince Quentin Kawanankoa is. He put in a full claim 4 years ago and is the recognized heir and pretender to the throne. She is delusional.
Owana Salazar's claim is equally as strong as Quentin Kawanankoa's, for the simple reason that there is and can be no legitimate pretender to the Hawaiian throne.

Depending on whether or not one finds the 1887 Constitution (i.e., the "Bayonet Constitution") to be legitimate, the governing rule pertaining to the succession to the Hawaiian throne is laid out in either Article 22 of the 1887 Constitution or Article 22 of the 1864 Constitution.

The 1864 Constitution provided that the Crown would demise in the direct line of King Kamehameha V (and, failing that, to his sister, Princess Victoria Kamāmalu Kaʻahumanu, and her direct line), by male-preference primogeniture. Similarly, the 1887 Constitution provided that the Crown would demise in the direct line of King Kalākaua (and, failing that, to his sister, the eventual Queen Liliʻuokalani, and her direct line), likewise by male-preference primogeniture.

In the event of the extinction of the indicated lines (Victoria Kamāmalu dying without issue in 1866, Kamehameha V dying without legitimate issue in 1872, Kalākaua dying without issue in 1891, and Liliʻuokalani dying without issue in 1917), both constitutions provided that the Sovereign could, with the approval of the Kingdom's nobles, select an heir designate. The only Sovereign who actually did so was Liliʻuokalani, who, soon after her reign began, selected Princess Victoria Kaʻiulani as her heir designate (though Kaʻiulani ended up predeceasing Liliʻuokalani in 1899, leaving no issue).

If the Sovereign from whom the Crown demised failed to so appoint an heir designate during his or her life, then the Legislative Assembly of the Kingdom was to elect a new Sovereign from among the aliʻi (the Kingdom's hereditary nobles) upon his or her death. This occurred twice under the 1864 Constitution: When Kamehameha V died, the Legislative Assembly elected Lunalilo; when Lunalilo died, the Legislative Assembly elected Kalākaua (albeit, in a very close and hotly-contested election that resulted in a riot when the results were announced).

In the event that the Crown demised to an heir designate (which, obviously, never happened), or in the event that the Legislative Assembly selected an heir elect, then the Crown would demise in the direct line of said heir designate or elect, by male-preference primogeniture. However, if that Sovereign left no legitimate direct issue, then it would be necessary for a new heir to be so designated or, failing that, elected, and no person not so designated or elected can legitimately claim any pretense to the Hawaiian throne.
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Princess Carolyn Kawananakoa has died

The Hawaiian newspaper, the Star Advertiser, has carried a death notice for Carolyn Willison Kawananakoa stating that she died 11 May 2919. She was the second wife of Prince Edward, and mother of the current Head of the Hawaiian Royal Family, Prince Quentin.
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Carolyn Willison Kawananakoa

The Hawaii Herald Tribune (29 May 2019) says:
Carolyn Willison Kawananakoa, 85, of Volcano, formerly of Kaneohe, Oahu, died May 11 at home. Born in Portland, Ore., she was a homemaker, member of Friends of Iolani Palace, Hale O Na Alii, Prince Kuhio Hawaiian Civic Club and other organizations. Memorial service at 2 p.m. Friday (May 31) at Oahu Cemetery, 2162 Nuuanu Ave., Honolulu. Aloha attire. Survived by daughter, Young Elena Branch of Volcano; sons, Travis Anthony (Laurie) Branch, Quentin Kuhio Kawananakoa and Piikoi Andrew Kawananakoa of Oahu, Corey Douglas (Kimberley) Branch of Kona; 16 grandchildren; great-grandchildren. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary.
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