List of kings of Uvea

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Map of Wallis Island, also called Uvea. The traditional kingdom comprises the entire island. WF -Wallis.png
Map of Wallis Island, also called Uvea. The traditional kingdom comprises the entire island.
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Flag of Uvea.

The King of Uvea is known as the Lavelua. [1]

This is a list of the rulers of the polity of Uvea, which is also known as Wallis Island of the Territory of Wallis and Futuna Islands.

Contents

First Dynasty from Tu'i Tonga

1400-1600

First Takumasiva Dynasty

1600–1660

Vehi'ika Dynasty

1660-1780

Second Takumasiva Dynasty

1780-1810

Kulitea Dynasty

1810-1820

Third Takumasiva Dynasty

1820-present day

See also

Sources

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Tomasi Kulimoetoke II 50Th Lavelua of Uvea (Wallis Island)

Tomasi Kulimoetoke II was the 50th Lavelua (King) of Wallis Island, which is known as Uvea in the Wallisian language, one of the three traditional kingdoms in the French overseas territory of Wallis and Futuna.

Kapeliele "Gabriel" Faupala was the 51st Lavelua (King) of Wallis Island (Uvea), one of the three traditional kingdoms which comprise the French overseas territory of Wallis and Futuna. Faupala was officially crowned Lavelua on July 25, 2008, succeeding Tomasi Kulimoetoke II, who died in May 2007. He was removed from office in September 2014.

Sosefo Mautāmakia I was a king of Uvea, ruling from 1906 until 1910 and again from 1931 until 1933. He was preceded the first time by Lusiano Aisake, and succeeded by Soane-Patita Lavuia; the second time he succeeded Mikaele Tufele II, and was followed by Petelo Kahofuna.

Aloisia Brial was a queen of Uvea, ruling from 1953 until 1958. She was preceded by Soane Toke, and succeeded by Tomasi Kulimoetoke II.

References

  1. "New King Chosen For Wallis, But Protests Continue". Ocean Flash . Pacific Magazine. 15 July 2008. Retrieved 27 July 2008.[ permanent dead link ]
  2. "New King Of Wallis Crowned Today". Ocean Flash . Pacific Magazine. 25 July 2008. Retrieved 27 July 2008.[ permanent dead link ]