ome notable places named in honor of Queen Kapiolani:
One is the famous Kapiolani Park in Waikiki which was named by her husband, King Kalakaua. Also the Kapiolani Medical Center, a hospital that Queen Kapiolani established, orginally, being Kapiolani Maternity Home, where Hawaiian mothers received care for themselves as well as their newborn children, which was later expanded by the trustees
The Chiefess Esther Julia Kapiolani married King Kalakaua, although they never had any children. King Kalakaua became very fond of his wife's nephews, David Kawananakoa and Johah Kuhio Kalanianaole and granted them the title of Prince.
December 31, 1834 ~ June 24, 1899
Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole
onah Kuhio Kalanianaole was born March 26, 1871, his father was High Chief Piikoi and his mother was Chiefess Kinoiki Kekaulike, he was the younger brother of Prince David Kawananakoa.
King Kalakaua gave Kuhio the title of "Prince"
In 1903 he became the second Delegate to Congress of the United States as a Territory of Hawaii, defeating Honorable Robert Kalanihiapo Wilcox, who fought to establish Queen Liliuokalani back to the throne.
One of his notable accomplishments as a Delegate to Congress is the establishment of the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act of 1921. In 1896, Prince Kuhio married Elizabeth Kahanu Kaauwai, but had no children. Prince Kuhio died on January 7, 1922 and is memorialized by the State of Hawaii holiday observed on March 26 as Prince Kuhio Day. Kuhio was also suggested 6th in line of the throne but only in Kalakaua's 1888 will and not by Royal Decree. Queen Liliuokalani named him an heir in her new Constitution presented in 1893, but it was never approved or ratified.
rince David Laamea Kahalepouli Kinoiki Kawananakoa Piikoi was born February 19, 1868, his father was High Chief Piikoi and his mother was Kinoiki Kekaulike a sister to Queen Consort Kapiolani, King Kalakaua's wife. His brothers were Edward Keliiahonui who died childless at the age of 18 and Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole. King Kalakaua officially granted the title of "Prince" to David Kawananakoa and suggested him 5th in line to the throne only in his 1888 will, but not by Royal Decree. Queen Liliuokalani named him an heir after Princess Kaiulani in her new Constitution presented in 1893, but it was never approved or ratified .
After the overthrow of 1893, Prince David Kawananakoa was engaged to marry Princess Kaiulani in 1898, but unfortunately she died within a year in 1899.
In 1902, Prince David Kawananakoa married the sugar heiress, Abigail Wahukaahuula Campbell, daughter of James Campbell, they had the following children:
David Kalakaua Kawananakoa who died childless,
and Lydia Liliuokalani Kawananakoa.
Lydia Liliuokalani Kawananakoa married Mr. William Ellerbrock they had one child:
Abigail Kekaulike Kinoiki Ellerbrock Kawananakoa
Prince David Kawananakoa died on June 2, 1908.