Mahele Documents

Claim Number: 08054
Claimant: Ehu
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Kauai
District: Kona
Ahupuaa: Lawai
Ili: Haia
Statistics: 1750 characters 301 words
No. 8054, Ehu
N.R. 373v9

To the Land Commissioners, greetings: I hereby state my claim for land at Lawai on the island of Kauai. There is one lo`i with flourishing taro, and three small lo`i with no taro. The name of the large lo`i is Haia, and the name of the little dry lo`is is Kaialoa. Another lo`i is makai, named Kaukoheo, it is a dry lo`i. There is also an edge of kula which adjoins the land. The land was from Kanehoa (James Young), and I have lived there perhaps four years. The witnesses are Nakaielua and Pueaina.
I am, respectfully,
EHU ....

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N.T. 47v13
No. 8054, Ehu

Luka, sworn, I have known the land of Ehu in the ahupuaa of Lawai in the ili of Haia. 12 lois and a kula as well.

Mauka by Kahokahi's land
Puna by Kaniuokalani
Makai by cliff of Makakii
Hanapepe by stream.

Kanehoa gave this land to him when Emaria was governor. No one has ever objected to him.

Pahuiki, sworn, I have heard the testimony of Luka concerning the land of Ehu and it is true.

[Award 8054; R.P. 7306; Haia Lawai Kona; 1 ap. ; 1 Ac 3 rods]