Mahele Documents

Claim Number: 00409
Claimant: Kanakaole
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Maui
District: Wailuku
Ahupuaa: Halaula 1
Ili: Mokuhau
Statistics: 2386 characters 400 words
No. 409, Kanakaole, Wailuku, January 13, 1847
N.R. 137-138v2

To the Land Commissioners, Greetings:
I have petitioned because we have a houselot in the name of B. Mahune. 1. Garden. 2. Place to grind cane. 3. Well. 4. Hale lua /sepulchre?/. We lived here in Wailuku in 1840 and got this place from the Mo`i and have it till now.

F.T. 431v7
Cl. 409, Kanakaole

Naleipuleho, sworn, I know the claimant's land consists of one piece, a house lot in Halaula 1. He has another piece, a kalo land that I don't k ....

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.... d gave it to Kanakaole. It was, however, objected to by Papa when Mahune did this.

It is bounded:
Mauka by Papa
Waihee by the same
Makai by lo`i pa`ahao
Maalaea by government road.

Z. Kaawwai, sworn, I know his taro land in the `Ili of Mokuhau, one mo`o, in Wailuku. It was from Kuapahoa in 1844. There is no opposition and the po`alima is separate.

It is bounded:
Mauka by Kekuapahipahi
Waihee by po`alima of Naea
Makai by government road
Maalaea by Wailuku stream.

[Award 409; Mokuhau Wailuku 1 ap. 1.16 Acs]