Keouanui's cousin was Kamehamehanui Ai`luau, who had a great granddaughter by the name of Liliha who married Boki, the governor of O`ahu appointed by Kamehameha II.  High Chiefess Liliha became the acting governor of O`ahu when Boki went missing and was claimed to be lost at sea in 1829. Liliha had several husbands, and by her husbands she had several children.  By one husband, Namaile she had Abigail Maheha and another husband, Kamaile she had

Jane Loeau.  Kamehameha III proclaimed these two daughters were eligible to the throne and sent them to the Chief's Children's School to be educated and groomed to rule.  Both daughters left the school to be married, High Chiefess Abigail Maheha died on February 13, 1861 and High Chiefess Jane Loeau died on July 30, 1873.

Boki & Liliha
King & Queen of Hawaii
Keaweikekahialiiokamoku & Kalanikauleleiaiwi
Kekuiapoiwa I
m. Kekaulike
sister & brother
Kamehamehanui Ai`luau
m. Manuhaaipo
Keeaumokunui
m. Kamakaimoku
Keoua nui
Kalaniulumoku
m. Kualii
Loeau I
m. Koakanu
Liliha
m. Namaile
Liliha
m. Kamaile
 
Liliha
m. Kulinui
Liliha
m. Haalou
Pelekaluhi
m. Kaluna
John Kamehamehanui
Jane Loeau
m. Kale
Abigail Lanihau
Mary Kiliwehi
m. William Hoapili
Kaauwai
Kale
Paki Liilii
Koakanu
m. Peke
Mary Lanihau
m. Opeka
Abigail Maheha
m. Keaupuni
Keano
m. Lihilihi
Kailinoa
Kekuiapoiwa
William Hoapili