Mahele Documents

Claim Number: 08103
Claimant: Hawaii
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Molokai
District: Kona
Ahupuaa: Kapualei
Ili: Haumea
Statistics: 4533 characters 601 words
No. 8103, Hawaii
N.R. 228-229v7


I, the one whose name is below, hereby state my claim to the Commissioners to Quiet Land Titles. I have an `ili, named Haumea, in the Ahupua`a of Kapualei, Island of Molokai, with some taro lo`i and also a kula.

Here is the length of the lo`is and the diagram also, which shows the lengths of all the sides. The lands which bound the lo`is in diagram are Keawaula on one side and Haleohua on one side. The `ilis which adjoin my kula land are Haleopua on one side, and Kawaipapa on one side, since there are two land areas, a lo`i land and a kula land. Those are the `ilis which adjoin the sides of my `ili. This claim was received from our makuas, and they are all dead and I have inherited the land. When we received it from the first konohiki until the present, it has been 16 years or more. That is my claim, which is stated to you, the Commissioners to Quiet Land Titles.
Aloha to you all.I am, respectfully,
HAWAII
Kapualei, Molokai, January 15, 1848

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F.T. 36v6
8103, Hawaii

Hawaii's claim is for ili Haumea, consists of kalo & kula leles.

Kalo.
Mauka, Kaloana[?]
Manae, konohiiki
Makai, konohiki
Malalo, Puahiohio.

This also is an ancient claim & Ilae confirms it.


F.T. 143v6 also page 64
No. 8103, Hawaii

Ma ka ili o Haumoa ma Kapualei a me ka ili aina o Haulakiamanu, aole mea keakea.

Apana 1. kalo
Mauka, Nakelemoe< ....

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.... r>Makai, alanui
Kalamaula, Puinoa.

Ua loaa ia ia no Kahipalioi mai i ka wa e ola ana o Hoapili a ua noho oluolu, aole mea keakea.

Puahiohio hoohikiia. Ua pono kona kuleana, pela no ko`u ike.

Helu 4827 Hawaii. Ua like pu no ia.


F.T. 243v15 Translation
No. 8103, Hawaii

Aliipali, sworn, I know his apanas of land in the 'Ili of Haumea," Kapualei.

Apana 1: Taro land
Mauka, Nakeleawe
Kaluaaha, land of konohiki
Makai, konohiki & sea
Kalamaula, "Kamalo," a land.

Apana 2. House lot. Surrounded by konohiki, except for sea

Apana 3: Taro apana. Surrounded by konohiki land.

Apana 4: Kula apana.
Mauka, Konohiki
Kaluaaha, Awili
Makai, road
Kalamaula, Peinoa.

He received these from Kahipalioi when Hoapili was alive and has had quiet and undisputed possession.

Puahiohio, sworn: His claim is valid; my knowledge of it is the same.

No. 4827, Hawaii, is exactly like this.


N.T. 143v6 [also page 64]
No. 8103, Hawaii

Land in the ili of Haumoa in Kapualei and the ili land of Kaulakiamanu, no one has objected.

Section 1 - Taro.
Mauka by Nakeleawe
Manae, Makai by Konohiki
Malalo by Puohiohio.

There is a pasture sections also and it was the time of Kamehameha I.
Ilae has given approval.

Section 2 - Taro.
Mauka and on all sides, Konohiki

[Award 8103; R.P. 5918; Kupualei Kona; 4 ap.; 4.04 Acs]