Lakona was the 5th
Alii Aimoku of Oahu. During his reign Oahu was divided among the descendants of Maweke, a legendary figure and the blue blood alii from which the Northern royal bloodline came forth from. Lakona is usually confused with " Laakona" (sometimes spelled Lakona), son of Keaunuiand the progneitor of the Ewa race of chiefs from which High Chief Elaniof okina Ewais descended from.
On Oahu, at the close of the migratory period after the depature of
Laamaikahiki, the island was split between Queen Maeloand King Kaulaulaokalani. The former, with her husband, Lauli-a-Laa, ruled Kona side, while Kaulaulaokalaniruled over the Koolau side.
These comtemporaries of Lakona, Maelo and Kaulaulaokalni were both sixth from Maweke, and Lakona was also sixth from Maweke, on the
Mulielealii- Kumuhonualine being descendant of Kumuhonua, 1st Alii Aimoku of Oahu. Lakona ruled over Ewa, Waianae, and Waialuadistricts. From him descended the dignity of Moi of Oahu.His successor was Kapae-a-Lakonawhose relation to Lakona could be father, grandfather or great-grandfather; as the historians are unsure. Tradition is scanty as to the exploits of the Oahu Mois and chieftains, until Hākā, Lakona's descendant.
The name of his wife is remembered in Hawaiian geneaology as Alaikauakoko who at one time or another was also the wife of
Kanipahuof Hawaii. Their son was Kapae.
* Abraham Fornander, An Account of the Polynesian Race: Its Origin and Migrations, Rutland, VT: Charles E. Tuttle Company, 1969. Page 87-88
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