My tutu’s name is Anna Kahue. She is 92 years old. She is still alive, but does not know any of our ohana’s name beyond my great grandfather Samson Kahue, which is my tutu’s dad. Does anyone know and have the Kahue genealogy? Any help, kokua, and assistance would be highly appreciative. Mahalo Nui!
My grandpa’s name was Edward Kaaihala Napihaa. My great grandpa was John Kaaihala Kalawa Napihaa. My great grandma’s name was Cecilia Noa Kupau. My great-great grandpa’s name is Kalawa Liilii Oopa. I can’t get beyond this too. Can anyone kokua and help me with my grandpa’s side of my genealogy. I know my roots came from Kipahulu and Hana. Mahalo Nui!
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