>>.Likelike, Miriam, Princess of Hawaii, 1851-1887<< Seated l. to r: Liliuokalani,. Likelike, and Elizabeth Sumner....... Standing l. to r: John O. Dominis, Liliuokalani's husband, and Archibald Cleghorn, Likelike's husband
Queen Victoria Kamāmalu Ka‘ahumanu IV (1838–1866), was Kuhina Nui of Hawai‘i and its crown princess. Although not agreed upon by most, she was the first female to become the monarch of Hawai‘i, reigning for a day in November 30, 1863. Named Wikolia Kamehamalu Keawenui Ka‘ahumanu-a-Kekūanaō‘a and also named Kalehelani Kiheahealani, she was mainly referred to as Victoria Kamāmalu or Ka‘ahumanu IV, when addressing her as the Kuhina Nui.
Fanny Keku‘iapoiwa Kailikulani Leleoili Kulua Kekelaokalani Young Lewis Na‘ea (1806–1880), was a member of the royal family of the Kingdom of Hawaii, and mother of a Queen Emma Kalanikaumaka‘amano Kaleleonālani Na‘ea Rooke of Hawai‘i (January 2, 1836 – April 25, 1885).
Kekāuluohi (1794-1845), Kuhina Nui of Hawaiʻi (1839-1845) in her own right. She was the daughter of Chief Kalaʻimamahu and his wife, Kalākua Kaheiheimālie. She was Queen of Hawaiʻi (1809-1819) as the wife of King Kamehameha I; Queen of Hawaiʻi (1819-1824) as the wife of King Kamehameha II; the wife (1821-1845) of Charles Kanaʻina. Her only child was King Lunalilo.