[Found under: “Hala ia Lani Kumakomako o Hawaii Nui a Haho!”]
Prince Kawananakoa was born on the 19th day of February 1868, upland of Kaalaa, in Pauoa Valley amongst the sacred lehua buds of Kupanihi. His birth father was the High Chief David Kahalepouli Piikoi, his birth mother was Princess Kinoiki Kekaulike.
David Kahalepouli Piikoi was a son of Piikoi (m) and Kekahili (f), the daughter of Alapai (m) and Kamokuiki (f), the mother of Paakea (m), the birth father of King Kalakaua, Queen Liliuokalani, Prince Leleiohoku and Princess Likelike. Princess Kinoiki Kekaulike was a niaupio by way of the high chief Kuhio and the Princess Kinoiki, the daughter of King Kaumualii of Kauai and his wife Kapuaamohu, a sister of his. In that way was their pio relationship and born were their pio children, [one of which] being Princess Kinoiki. King Kaumualii and Kapuaamohu (f) were children of Queen Kamakahelei, daughter of Kaumeheiwa. There was one mother and two fathers. By Kamakahelei (f) and Kaneoneo (m), son of King Kumahana of Oahu, born was Lelemahoalani (f) and Kapuaamohu (f). Kaumualii was a son of Kamakahelei and Kaeokulani (m), who begat Kaumualii.
(Kuokoa Home Rula, 6/5/1908, p. 1)