Helena Kalokuokamaile Wilcox
|Helena Kalokuokamaile Wilcox|
|Born||April 13, 1917|
|Died||September 17, 1988(aged 71)|
|Other names||Kalokuokamaile II|
|Spouse(s)||Henry Mario Salazar
Henry Machado, Sr.
|Children||Henry C. Keaweikekahialiiokamoku Salazar
Paul C. Kalokuokamaile Salazar
Michael Carl Kauhiokalani Salazar
Stephen Craig Laanui Salazar
Owana Kaohelelani Mahealani-rose Salazar
|Parent(s)||Robert Kalanikupuapaikalaninui Keōua Wilcox
Helen Kaleipuanani Simerson Wilburton
Helena Kalokuokamaile Wilcox was born April 13, 1917. Her father was Robert Kalanikupuapaikalaninui Keōua Wilcox (1893–1934) of the House of Kalokuokamaile, the eldest collateral branch of the House of Kamehameha. Her mother was his first wife Helen Kaleipuanani Simerson Wilburton. Her father Robert Keōua was son of Theresa Owana Kaohelelani Laʻanui and her second husband Robert William Wilcox (1855–1903).
She based a claim to the Hawaiian crown on her family's descent from King Kamehameha I's eldest half-brother Kalokuokamaile, and through her great grand aunt, Elizabeth Kekaaniau Laʻanui Pratt's attendance at the Royal School. She used the regal name Kalokuokamaile II, stating that she was Kalokuokamaile's successor.
She married Henry Mario Salazar, younger son of Manuel Bernardino Salazar by his wife Maria Enriqetta de la Huerta. She married secondly Henry Machado, Sr. She had children from her first marriage.
- Henry C. Keaweikekahialiiokamoku Salazar
- Paul C. Kalokuokamaile Salazar
- Michael Carl Kauhiokalani Salazar
- Stephen Craig Laanui Salazar
- Owana Kaohelelani Mahealani-rose Salazar
She died on September 19, 1988 at age 71. Despite having surviving sons, she named Owana Kuhina nui and Owana's son, Noa, as Ali`i nui Kalokuokamaile III. She informed Owana's brothers that their sister and her son would succeed her.
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Princess Helena Kalokuokamaile Keōua WilcoxBorn: April 13, 1917 Died: September 19, 1988
|Titles in pretence|
House of Keoua Nui
|— TITULAR —
Queen Regnant of the Hawaiian Islands
1987 – September 19, 1988
Reason for succession failure:
Kingdom of Hawaii abolished in 1893
Prince Kalokuokamaile III
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