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Prince David Kawananakoa

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Prince David Kawananakoa
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Prince David Kawananakoa
Born: February 19, 1868
Died: June 2, 1908
Full Name: David Laamea Kahalepouli Kawananakoa Piikoi

He was declared heir to the throne of the Kingdom of Hawaii when Princess Victoria Kaiulani, to whom he as engaged, died.

He was the newphew of Queen Julia Kapiolani, who was married to King David Kalakaua.

In 1902 he married Abigail Wahiikaahuula Campbell, who assumed the title of princess.

Prince David acknowledged paternity of a son, Prince Edward Kawananakoa, and a daughter, Princess Lydia, who was the mother of Princess Abigail Kinoike Kekaulike Kawananakoa.

He declared that the oldest child of his wife, Abigail Kapiolani Kawananakoa, was not his, and he forced his wife's mother to adopt the child. But many people consider Abigail to have been legitimate, and therefore that she continues the true line of succession, which is now headed by her grandson, Prince Quentin Kawananakoa.

See also:
- Rulers of the Hawaiian Kingdom
- The Hawaiian Royal Family MORE
-Born 1868
-Married: 1902 to Abigail Wahiikaahuula Campbell
-Died: 1908
-Full Name: David Laamea Kahalepouli Kawananakoa Piiloi
-Father was High Chief .... Piiloi
-Mother was Princess Kinoiki Kekaulike
-Daughter: Kapiolani
-Son: David Kalakaua
-Daughter: Liliuokalani
-When his parents died King Kalakaua and Queen Kapiolani made he and his two brothers princes and he was groomed as an heir to the throne
-His descendants are the current members of the Kalakaua Dynasty
-His descendents are still active in Hawaiial cultural, social, and political life



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