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About Lady Wistfulee

 

This is where Lady Wistfulee lives:

photo courtesy of NASA

 

<---------- She does NOT look like this... or this -----------> ...maybe somewhere in between

 

Lady Wistfulee fervently believes that no day is complete unless you have had a good laugh, and, to quote Reader's Digest, Laughter IS the Best Medicine! She is well-traveled & enjoys exploring the wonders that this glorious planet has to offer. The joys in her life include gourmet cooking from around the world, boating, reading great novels, mysteries and science fiction, watching a full moon rise, gazing at rainbows, and heading off to the beach. The absolute miracle who provides meaning and focus in her life is her one and only son, Wyatt Keaweike, who was 3 years old on September 21st, 1998.

After 22 years in the entertainment business, Lady Wistfulee has found the electronic joys of the internet, and has thus decided to stay home to make a career out of playing with puters. This is her first effort and she hopes that it is only the first of many to come.

Lady Wistfulee is, in reality, Her Royal Highness Princess Celine Kapiolani (pronouced: kah-pee-oh-lah-nee ) of the House of Keoua (pronounced: kay-oh-wah ), last remaining monarchy of the Kingdom of Hawai'i. Her family is the last remaining line of "alii" (royalty) of Hawai'i. Her mother, Her Royal Highness Princess Kapiolani is a "kupuna" (wise elder) of the family. Her son, His Royal Highness Prince Wyatt Keaweikekahialiiokamoku (pronounced: kay-ah-vay-ee-kay-kah-hee-ah-lee-ee-oh-kah-mow-koo) is the youngest of his generation.

There are 13 families that make up the House of Keoua...the grandchildren and great-grandchildren of Her Royal Highness Princess Theresa Owana Kaohelelani La'anui (pronounced: Oh-wha-nah Kah-oh-hell-lay-lah-nee Lah-ah-new-ee).

Genealogical Chart of Her Royal Highness, Princess Celine Kapiolani


LILOA (k)
m. Akahi-a-Kuleana (w)  

UMI ( k)
m. Kapulani (Kapukini) (w)  

KELIIOKALOA (k)
m. Makuwahineopalaka (w)  

KUKAILANI (k)
m. Kaohukiokalani (w) 

MAKAKAUALII (k)
m. Kaakauauwao (w)  

UMINUIKUKAILANI (k)
m. Kalani-o-Umi (w)  

KANELOAKAPULEHU (k)
m. KEAKEALANI (w)  

KEAWE (k)
m. Kalani-Kauleleiaiwi (w)  

KALANI-KEEAUMOKU (k)
m. Kamakaimoku (w)  

KEOUA KALANIKUPUAPAIKALANINUI (k)
(father of King Kamehameha the Conqueror)
m. Kahikikala (w)  

KALOKUOKAMAILE (k) m. Kaloiokalani (w)  

PRINCESS KAOHELELANI
m. Nuhi (high chief of Waimea)  

PRINCE PELEIOHOLANI LAANUI
m. Theresa Owana Kaheiheimalie (w)  

PRINCE GIDEON KAILIPALAKI LAANUI
m. Kamaikaopa (w)  

PRINCESS THERESA OWANA KAOHELELANI LAANUI
m. Robert Wm. Kalanihiapo Wilcox (the patriot)  

PRINCESS VIRGINIA KAHOA KAAHUMANU KAIHIKAPUMAHANA
m. John Kilioe Miller  

PRINCESS KAPIOLANI  

PRINCESS CELINE KAPIOLANI

PRINCE WYATT KEAWEIKEKAHIALIIOKAMOKU

You may verify this by contacting:
The Society of American Royalty
PO Box 190313
Dallas, TX   75219
by telephone at:
972-224-6881
or by email to: The Society of American Royalty
Please visit their web site:http://www.cowtown.net/users/cherokeelee

A very good place to read more about Hawaiian Royals is: http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/Congress/9132/

My family genealogy charts are the most prominent in two recently published books: "Hawaiian Royal Genealogies: Charts and Comments", and "Hawaiian Royal and Noble Genealogies (Book II)". Both books may be purchased through  Triskelion Press, the publishing branch of a non-profit educational corporation.

 

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