Mahele Documents

08697
Claim Number: 08697
Claimant: Kainoa
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Hawaii
District: Kohala, North
Ahupuaa: Kukuipahu
Ili: Kalahuinui
Statistics: 2609 characters 409 words
No. [8697], Kainoa, January 7, 1848
N.R. 34v8

[Listed as 8699]

Kukuipahu is the Ahupuaa, Lahuiki is the Ahupuaa and the ili. That is my claim for land which /I have held/ for twenty years. It was from Kialoa, who had it from Kalaimoku.
KAINOA


F.T. 75-76v4
No. 8697, Kainoa

Haupu, sworn, testifies that claimant occupies four pieces of land in Ili of Kalahuinui, Ahupuaa Kukuipahu, severally bounded as follows:

1st piece: seaward.
South West, North & East by waste land.

Said lot consists of dry land portions of which are fenced with stone wall & cultivated.

2d piece:
South, West & North by waste land
East by Ahupuaa Puakea.

3d piece:
South, West & North by waste land
East by Ahupuaa Puakea.

4th piece:
South ....

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2. Section II at /Kapahu/.
Mauka by idle land
Kohalawaho by idle land
Makai by idle land
Hamakua by Puakea ahupuaa.
It has been cultivated; no house.

3. Section III (Koolau).
Mauka by idle land
Kohalawaho by idle land
Makai by idle land
Hamakua by Puakea ahupuaa.
A portion of the lot has been cultivated.

4. Section IV:
Mauka by idle land
Kohalawaho by Aki's land
Makai by my land
Hamakua by Puakea ahupuaa.
It has been cultivated; no house. Kioloa had given him his interest during the time of Kamehameha II; no one has objected.

Kaea, sworn and stated, I have known [Left blank] [as] Haupu has related here.

Section V is an idle houselot on all boundaries.

[Award 8697; R.P.7801; Kukuipahu N. Kohala; 2 ap.; 22.45 Acs]