Kamehameha MAERTENS 
- Born: 1 Jan 1914, Hawaii
- Marriage (1): Vera 
Another name for Kamehameha was Kammy.
United States Public Records Index
Name:Kamehameha M Maertens
Also Known As: Ivey K Maertens
Residence Date:01 Jul 2005-29 Oct 2007
Residence Place:Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
Birth Date:01 Jan 1914
Phone Number Recorded Date:20 Oct 2008
Address:364 Seaside Ave Apt 406
Address Continued:Honolulu, Hawaii 96815
Address Date:01 Jul 2005-29 Oct 2007
2nd Address:364 Seaside Ave Apt 608
2nd Address Continued:Honolulu, Hawaii 96815
2nd Address Date:01 Jun 1999-25 Mar 2008
3rd Address:8005 PO Box
3rd Address Continued:Honolulu, Hawaii 96830
3rd Address Date:01 Oct 1992-30 Dec 2000
4th Address:545 Nohea St
4th Address Continued:Hilo, Hawaii 96720
4th Address Date:01 Oct 1986
Possible Relatives:Mary S Maertens
Citing this Record
"United States Public Records Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K1R6-2FS : accessed 14 Jan 2014), Kamehameha M Maertens, 01 Jul 2005-29 Oct 2007.
The gentleman pictured here on the left is Kamehameha Maertens. He is quite familiar with the kahili in King Lunalilo's tomb. Back in 1938 an article in the Honolulu Star-Bulletin listed him as one of the kahili bearers back then. Mr. Maertens' grandson took him to the new kahili event to celebrate Lunalilo's 175th birthday on January 31st at the King's tomb on the grounds of Kawaiaha'o Church.
That, in my opinion, is certainly something worth talking about - a man revisits a part of history that he himself was a part of. I'm not sure how many of us will be around long enough to see history repeat itself or to say we actually had a hand in it!
In the Star-Bulletin article, Kamehameha Maertens was listed incorrectly as a member of the Royal Order of Kamehameha. His first name may have been the reason for the reporter's confusion but he was certainly an important part of the royal procession paying tribute to the memory of a man who was once a very popular monarch.
After all of those years gone by, I can't help but wonder if he ever dreamed that his own grandchild would push for the preservation of the Hawaiian culture through the protection, perpetuation, and restoration of its treasured language <http://apps.facebook.com/causes/causes/124832/about>.
In case you can't get into Facebook, here's the meat of what's on the other end of this link:
"After the unlawful overthrow of the Hawaiian government by white supremacists, four generations of Hawaiian people endured cultural genocide beginning in 1896 when the Hawaiian language was banned as a medium of public instruction. 30+ years have passed since the 1978 Hawai'i State Constitution nominally restored Hawaiian as an official language along with English, yet speakers of Hawaiian cannot vote using their language. Without public information readily available in Hawaiian, the current policy of English-only community services is indeed tantamount to ethnic cleansing! Will you please join with us to implement Hawai'i's Official Languages Act to put this unfortunate era of cultural genocide against Hawaiian speaking people behind us for good?"
Hawaii Military Records
World War II Enlistments
Name: Maertens Kamehameha
Source: Code 8
Kamehameha is recorded as opposing the following Bill before the Hawaii Government in 1991.
M 782, 1991 by: Kamehameha Maertens
Bill 36, 1991
Re: Renegotiation of residential lease rents.
1. Census: US Hawaii, 13 Jan 1920, Honolulu City Hawaii. Kamehameha is recorded as a son aged 5 born Hawaii
2. Census: US Hawaii, 1 Apr 1930, Honolulu City Hawaii. Kamehameha is recorded as a son aged 16 unmarried born Hawaii
3. Census: US Hawaii Honolulu, 2 Apr 1940, 4050 Kilauea Ave Honolulu. Kamehameha is recorded as head of house married race part Hawaiian aged 27 born in Hawaii. He rents his house for $35p.w. he is a Stock Clerk for an Electrical Appliance Co. he worked 44 hours in the preceeding week and earned $1620 in the preceeding year, he had other income.
Kamehameha married Vera  [MRIN: 6756]. (Vera  was born about 1818 in Hawaii.)