Lunalilo

Lunalilo, born William Charles Lunalilo (January 31, 1835 – February 3, 1874), was king of the Kingdom of Hawaiʻi from January 8, 1873 until February 3, 1874. He was the most liberal king in Hawaiian history, but was the shortest-reigning monarch.

Read more about LunaliloEarly Life, Music, Prospective Royal Brides, Election, Reign As King, Illness and Death, Family Tree

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Economy Of Hawaii - History - European Arrival and The Kingdom of Hawaii - House of Kamehameha
... name an heir—resulted in the popular election of Lunalilo over Kalākaua ... Lunalilo died the next year, also without naming an heir ... Perhaps "the People's King" (Lunalilo) wanted the people to choose his successor as they had chosen him ...
Kalākaua - 1872 Election
... Lunalilo and Kalākaua ... Lunalilo was more popular, partially because he was a higher-ranking chief than Kalākaua and was the immediate cousin of the Kamehameha V ... Lunalilo was also the more liberal of the two—he promised to amend the constitution to give the people a greater voice in the government ...
Lunalilo - Family Tree
... Kekuiapoiwa II Keōua Kamakaeheikuli Kalākua Kaheiheimālie Kalaʻimamahu Kamehameha I (The Great) Eia Kauwa Palila Liholiho Kamehameha II Kekāuluohi Kaʻahumanu III Charles Kanaʻina William Charles Lunalilo. ...
Victoria Kamāmalu - Betrothal
... She was betrothed to William Charles Lunalilo ... This offended Lunalilo so deeply he refused to be buried with Hawaiian royalty, choosing to be laid to rest on the grounds of Kawaiahao Church, alone and away ... to split them apart by engaging Victoria to David Kalākaua, and Lunalilo to Lydia Kamakaʻeha ...
E Ola Ke Alii Ke Akua
... It was composed in 1860 by Prince William Charles Lunalilo, who later became King Lunalilo ... The winning entry was written by the 25-year-old Lunalilo and was reputed to have been written in 20 minutes ... Lunalilo was awarded 10 dollars and his composition became Hawaii's first national anthem ...