On the past 14th of March, Kahekili, an alii of Hawaii nei died here in Honolulu. He was ill for a long time, but the sickness of his body is over; he has gone far away to the place of no return. Some people will perhaps ask what was his thoughts when he was alive recently. He revealed…
(Nonanona, 3/23/1843, p. 104)
…his thoughts of repentance for his sins and of his faith in Christ; but the truth of this is not totally clear. On the day of judgement, we will see.
(Nonanona, 3/23/1843, p. 105)
[Could this alii perhaps be Kaukuna Kahekili, who according to Sheldon Dibble (A History of the Sandwich Islands) is the son of Peleuli and Kawelookalani?]
(Nonanona, 3/23/1843, p. 104–105)