Silivenusi Koroiwaqalevu

about 1808–
Cicia, Lau, Fiji

The Life of Silivenusi

When Silivenusi Koroiwaqalevu was born about 1808, in Cicia, Lau, Fiji, his father, Toroasoki, was 8 and his mother, Mrs Toroasoki, was 7. He married Laisa Cavora about 1828. They were the parents of at least 1 son and 1 daughter. He died in his hometown.

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Family Time Line

Silivenusi Koroiwaqalevu
1808–
Laisa Cavora
1815–
Marriage: about 1828
Seveti Naivasi
1835–
Anaseini Tarabe
1865–1942

Spouse and Children

MARRIAGE
about 1828
Cicia, Lau, Fiji, Pacific Islands
children

(2)

Parents and Siblings

    Toroasoki

    Male1800–Male

    Mrs Toroasoki

    Female1801–Female

siblings

(1)

World Events (5)

1844

Age 36

First Roman Catholic missionaries arrive in Lakeba.
1845

Age 37

The 11 year war. On a June morning the Roko Tui Dreketi, Banuve, was invited aboard Cakobau's canoe, Ra Marama, where he was to formally accept Cakobau's offer of peace, but no sooner had he stepped on board when Cakobau split his head with his battle axe. Chief Cakobau gains control of most of western Fiji, while another Christian convert, Ma'afu from Tonga, controls the east.
1871

Age 63

European settlers at Levuka island organize a national government and name Cakobau king of Fiji following local disorder.

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