How I am related to William Chow, his brother John Chow-Hoon and their families.
|My Great-Grandmother's Marriage|
|Louisa Loika Haili Lovell
|Jennie Ka'hookano Nawelo Kaukini
(1836-1877) Great Grandfather
|My Grandmother's First Marriage|
|Louisa Kapakukaamanulelehaile Kaukini
Cecelia Loika Kaanohilaulani Kaukini
(1900-1944) (my mother)
|My Grandmother's Second Marriage|
|Joseph Keliihelekuau Kaleikini (1905)|
|Davita Kaleikini Wahea|
|Marriage - September 25, 1926|
|Josephine Ahlin Chow-Hoon
|Joseph Keliihelekuau Kaleikini|
The Chow-Hoon / Chow 'Ohana relationship comes through my maternal grandmother.
I chose not to reveal this "relationship" until July 13, 2003 when I announced it in Las Vegas, Nevada. The wife of John Chow-Hoon (Pauline Chow-Hoon) came to Las Vegas to talk to me about one of our cousins (Leonard Chow) who had passed away. Present as witnesses to this discussion were Ron Burns, Neil Hardin, James Ibrao, Scott Merrill, and James Muro.
My Heroes In The Arts
I am very happy to let the world know I am related to the Chow's AND the Chow-Hoon's. I am happy to be related to one of Hawaii's own and best and most well-known Martial Artists: my 'Ohana and Great-Grandmasters, John Chow-Hoon and William Chow of Hawaii.
--- 'Õlohe Kolomona Kaeha Kaihewalu