Governors of Kauai - List of Governor of Kauaʻi

List of Governor of Kauaʻi

# Name Picture Birth Death Assumed Office Left Office Years in office Notes Monarch
Vassal ruled by ex-King Kaumualiʻi of Kauai from 1810 to September 16, 1821.
1 Maihinenui Said to be the sister of Kaumualii Kamehameha II
2 Kahalaiʻa Luanuʻu ? April 27, 1826 circa 1824 circa 1825 1 Kamehameha II
Kamehameha III
3 Kaikioʻewa circa 1765 circa 1839 circa 1825 April 4 or 10, 1839 14 Kamehameha III
4 Emelia Keaweamahi April 4 or 10, 1839 circa 1842 3 Governor Kaikioʻewa's widow Kamehameha III
5 Anna Keahikuni i Kekauʻōnohi circa 1805 June 2, 1851 circa 1842 circa 1845 3 Kamehameha III
6 Paul Kanoa circa 1802 November 10, 1885 October 21, 1846 January 4, 1877 31 Kamehameha III
Kamehameha IV
Kamehameha V
Lunalilo
Kalākaua
7 John Edward Bush February 15, 1842 June 28, 1906 January 4, 1877 circa 1880 3 Kalākaua
8 Frederick William Kahapula Beckley November 26, 1845 January 7, 1881 August 16, 1880 January 7, 1881 1 Kalākaua
9 Paul Puhiula Kanoa June 10, 1832 March 18, 1895 January 12, 1881 circa 1886 5 Governor Kanoa's hānai son Kalākaua
10 Lanihau July 31, 1886 circa 1888 2 Kalākaua
Vacant
11 William Hyde Rice July 23, 1846 June 15, 1924 February 8, 1892 February 28, 1893 2 Liliuokalani

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