|Position||Grandmother of Degotoga K. Atagulkalu, and Adsila Ahyoka|
|Age||97 or older|
|Born||Before or around 1900|
|Died||August 10, 1997|
|Sons||No sons or unknown|
|Daughters||Agasga Ahyoka and Leotie Yona Ahyoka|
- "Mother Ahyoka was a kind, gentle woman, oh yes, I remember when she babysit me and by five siblings, she would come to my room and tell me Cherokee traditional stories when I was sick or had a bad dream. I miss her now more than I did recent years after she passed"
- —Degotoga K. Atagulkalu
Ahawi Ahyoka (before or during 1900 - August 10, 1997), commonly known as Mother Ahyoka in the family, was the original matriarch of the now extinct Ahyoka family. She was the mother of Agasga Ahyoka and Leotie Yona Ahyoka, and the maternal grandmother of Degotoga K. Atagulkalu, Adsila Ahyoka, Sequoia Reagan, Unega Ahyoka, Awinita Ahyoka, and their late brother, Galegenoh Atagulkalu, and their first cousin, Sequoyah Bisahalani, and his sister, Sequoia Bisahalani.
Ahawi Ahyoka was born in the Indian Territory (now Oklahoma) before or during 1900, a member of the Cherokee tribe and likely Choctaw and Seminole, her ancestors suffered from the Trail of Tears, yet her family is unknown. Much of her early life is unknown, she presumably married Ahuli Atsadi, and had two daughters, Agasga and Leotie. Mother Ahyoka had eight grandchildren, mostly prominently the late Emperor of Chawosauria, Degotoga K. Atagulkalu, and former Empress, Adsila Ahyoka.
She babysitted Agasga Ahyoka's six children, including DKA and Adsila Ahyoka, and then Leotie's children. Sequoyah and Sequoia. Mother Ahyoka fell under the care of Ahyoka Ahyoka and Degotoga K. Atagulkalu and their families until she died in 1997, in a retirement home in Suffolk County, New York.